TaylorMade have launched the new M1 driver which features a multi-material combination of titanium and carbon composite along with a double weight shifter in the sole.

Along with new fairways and reduces, TaylorMade say M1 range includes their longest ever driver and is the most easy to fit product line in company history. 

TaylorMade are calling it their “unmetalwood” family which aims to provide golfers with more ball speed, forgiveness and distance. 

The use of a carbon composite crown design in TaylorMade’s new M1 driver resulted in a significant decrease in overall club weight and allowed engineers to lower the centre of gravity (CG) and add the two track moveable weight system – T-Track system – that houses 25g of adjustable weight. 

The M1 Driver features one 15g moveable weight in the Front Track, sliding from heel to toe, allowing golfers to adjust their draw or fade bias by up to 25 yards. 

Similarly, the Back Track on the M1 Driver allows the golfer 10g of moveable weight, sliding from front to back, permitting up to 300rpm of backspin and 0.8 degree in launch angle adjustment. 


The entire T-Track system has been placed low on the sole so regardless of moveable weight positions, the club still maintains a low centre of gravity to deliver optimal trajectory.

M1 has an incredibly low CG, lower than R15 in fact, which essentially projects at centre face and increases the energy transfer at impact. 

Because the CG has been lowered to such an effective location, M1 provides golfers with the option to shift it back to increase MOI without compromising ideal launch conditions, which results in high launch, low spin, more ball speed more often.


The combination of the black face, white forward section and composite rear of the M1’s crown provides golfers with a confidence-inspiring alignment aid at address.
The 12-position loft sleeve provides up to four degrees of loft adjustment. 

Available: October 8, 2015  
SRP: £429 
Lofts: M1 460 – 8.5°, 9.5°, 10.5° & 12°
M1 430 – 8.5°, 9.5°, 10.5° 
Shafts: Fujikura Pro 60, Kuro Kage Silver TiNi 60, Aldila Rogue 70 110 MSI.

M1 Fairway
Featuring the same Front Track system as the M1 driver, the M1 fairway utilises two 15g tungsten weights that can slide easily to promote a draw or fade.


The carbon composite crown allowed for 30g of total moveable weight, 5g more than in the R15 fairway. Having two 15g weights also allows for the golfer to split them, thus increasing the clubs’ inertia and ultimately, protecting ball speed on mis-hits. 

The front track of the M1 fairway also features a reduced channel to improve turf-to-sole interaction. The M1 fairway is equipped with a four degree loft sleeve, which allows for a two degree increase or decrease in loft.


Available: October 8, 2015  
SRP: £249 
Lofts: 15Ëš, 17Ëš & 19Ëš
Shaft: Fujikura Pro 70

M1 Resuce

Similar to the original Rescue club from TaylorMade, the new M1 Rescue has classic, Tour-inspired shaping that enables increased playability from a variety of lies on the course. 


In combination with 1.5 degree loft sleeve, the M1 Rescue also features two moveable weights (one 3g and one 25g) that can be set for neutral or fade bias to optimise shot shape and trajectory. 

Additionally, the M1 Rescue has a speed pocket, increases the size of the sweet spot and reducing spin.


Available: October 8, 2015  
SRP: £199 
Lofts: 17°, 19°, 21° & 24° 
Shaft: Fujikura Pro 80h