Friday, September 18, 2015
TaylorMade’s M1 Driver Becomes #1 Played Model in Its First Week on PGA Tour, European Tour
In just two days of fitting prior to the first round of the penultimate tournament in the FedExCup Playoffs, a total of 16 TaylorMade Tour staff players tested and were fitted into M1, electing to immediately put the company’s longest driver ever** into their bags; a true testament to the unrivaled performance of M1 in its maiden week on Tour.
The list of players who made the switch into M1 460 for the BMW Championship include:
· Jason Day, #1 in the FedExCup standings
· Dustin Johnson, #1 on the PGA TOUR in driving distance (319.9)
· Justin Rose
· Sergio Garcia
· Fabian Gomez
· James Hahn
· Brian Harman
· Troy Merritt
· Ryan Palmer
· Brendan Steele
· Shawn Stefani
· Brendon Todd
Additionally, 4 more players added the M1 430 to their bags on Thursday. They include:
· Steven Bowditch
· J.B. Holmes
· William McGirt
· Rory Sabbatini
At the European Tour’s 72° Open D’Italia, 25 players were fit into the M1 driver this week, having only seen the product for the first time on Monday. By the start of play, M1 was the leading driver model in the field, with many more players expected to add it to the bag over the coming weeks.
Following more than two decades of advanced research and development, TaylorMade Golf, makers of the No. 1 driver in golf*, have developed a multi-material combination of a seven-layer carbon composite and titanium to unlock their longest driver in company history, M1.
Availability and Pricing
Available on October 8 at $499, M1 460 is offered in 8.5°, 9.5°, 10.5° & 12° loft options, while LH models will be offered in 9.5° and 10.5° lofts. The M1 430 (RH only) will be offered in 8.5°, 9.5° & 10.5° loft options. For more information, visit TaylorMadeGolf.com.