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Klarna: £57.33 x3
Golfer: Mens Left Hand
Klarna: £65.00 x3
Klarna: £71.66 x3
Klarna: £73.33 x3
Bad Joke Dave
Was using the 10.5 but changed to 12 for a bit more loft to help with consistency. Didn't have to wait long for something suitable to come up on Golfbidder. As always arrived next working day and as good if not better condition as described
Super happy with the service, next day delivery even during the Covid-19 lockdown and product was in even better condition than expected! Love my new Driver.
Bad Joke Dave
I had one of these a few years ago. It was a really good driver. I switched to the newer draw version which is fantastic in curing a slice but makes your really good swings hook a bit so you never really know where your ball will end up. I then moved on to a Callaway Fusion driver with a shorter shaft which was really accurate and very easy to hit but didn't go as far. Next I tried an M1 2016 with more adjustability, possibly too much. A good driver but not as forgiving as M2 and for me it didn't feel as comfortable. I tried higher lofted drivers - shots go straight and you know where the ball will go but but they can balloon and lose distance so you might as well drive with a 3 wood. So I've been all round the block and seen it all. Now I have worked on my swing and come back to this driver.
M2 2016 feels good, looks good, sounds good, is as forgiving as anything else, hits long with pretty good accuracy and there is still some adjustability if you feel the need.....
Taylormade hit the spot with this one, Best driver ive ever had, so good i have a back up !
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