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Features and benefits of the TaylorMade M1 430 Driver:
Klarna: £57.33 x3
Golfer: Mens Right Hand
Purchased this M1 430cc driver which should be 3 years old but when it arrived it was like new. A bargain and just what I wanted. This driver head is more compact and for people that hit slightly down on the driver this is better than the Taylormade M1 460cc model which I am replacing. Loving it and at £179 it beats buying a latest model at £450.
I cannot fault this driver. It is just that little bit easier to hit than the Titleist driver, resulting in more fairway hits. Distance is similar. The impact sound is also more to my liking. All in all I'm happy so far with the change.
much easier to hit; more room for failures and it's just a better game off the tee. Thanks
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