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Features and benefits of the TaylorMade M1 Driver:
Klarna: £55.33 x3
Golfer: Mens Right Hand
Klarna: £62.66 x3
Klarna: £69.00 x3
Great customer service and the quality of the club is fantastic.
The club was rated 7 across the board on Golfbidder. I believe the condition of the club is above this mark. Really impressed with the condition and price.
UPS are a little unreliable however.
I’ve recently embarked on golf as a new hobby. I’m 39 years old and have been drag racing at Santa Pod for the past few years. It’s not cheap and while I appreciate golf can also be heavy on the wallet ( if you let it ) I am drawn to the game nevertheless.
My previous hobby stumbles me into the world of YouTube and so I decided to explore the golfing scene. Rick Shiels and Peter Finch are the two I found most informative and entertaining. I discovered golfbidder at this point and after a few lessons at my local club.. felt ready to buy some equipment.
The 2016 Taylormade M1 seemed to be the perfect choice although I haven’t actually swung it yet as we are all still in ( lockdown 2 ) so everything is shut. I haven’t even played a single round of golf yet so my game at present is very much in its infancy. I have a fair few range visits under my belt though.
My plan is to work on my swing which is currently heavily out to in and steep. I’m watching lots of videos and trying to practice as much as possible under the circumstances.
Golfbidder has made my purchase possible as I couldn’t afford to buy a brand new club right now and although I haven’t actually hit a ball with it yet.. it’s something to look forward to. The condition of the club is fantastic too.
Thanks all and happy golfing
Recently started swinging again after many years away, invested in solid irons then went on the hunt for a high quality driver. After much research, I had my sights set on Taylormade M drivers, the M1 does not disappoint. As i am a high handicap, the driver gives me confidence behind the ball with the forgiveness and with the variable weights. I naturally would have a strong fade (slice) but so far the driver has helped me tame the fade much more. As for looks i think the M1 is the best looking driver for that year but also in more recent years.
Club arrived in great condition and on time that was stated.i have bought from Golfbidder a few times now and would certainly recommend them.
Only had one round using my m1 driver and hit a couple of big drives and I like the feel of it
It sits well behind the ball and gives you confidence that you going to connect and hit a good shot.
You can move the weights on the club to help you hit the ball better and find more fairways
Once again I am incredibly impressed with the near mint condition of the club even though described 7/10. Not been able to hit any balls with it yet due to CV, but can't wait.
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