TaylorMade did a great job of masking its game-improvement features-at address, this could pass for a player's club, with a lot of engineering to back it up; minimal offset appeals to lower-handicappers; slots on the clubface effectively frame the ball.
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A deep, loud clap at impact applauds your best shots-and earns quite a few fans; nothing traditional about the M1's weighty snap through the ball, but an improvement over last year's M2 iron.
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Misses with both the 4- and 7-irons still chase toward the target-aim true and they'll get you around the green; count on the M1 to leave its share of makeable putts.