When you purchase a TaylorMade M1 driver, you are gaining a club that has a tremendous amount of adjustability. With a simple adjustment wrench, you can raise and lower the loft, give the driver a draw or fade bias, and change the trajectory and spin the driver puts on the golf ball. Our guide breaks all of these down to help you set up your M1 driver to best suit your game.
Like many other drivers on the market the Nike Covert features a two sleeve hosel system that allows loft and lie angles to be adjusted independently from each other. However, one different in the Nike Covert is that the driver head does not have a stated loft on it. The
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