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Taylormade m3 twist face driver review

A Review of the TaylorMade M3 Driver. Twist Face Technology is the talk of the new M3 Driver by TaylorMade. It’s creating what’s known as the gear affect on the golf ball by imparting opposite spin on off center hits. This helps the golf ball travel straighter as the opposite spin tries to counter balance against the spin put on the ball from the swing. Why did TaylorMade decide to create.

Taylormade m3 twist face driver review

TaylorMade’s new M3 and M4 drivers have what’s called a “Twist Face,” which means the driver faces do not have the traditional bulge and roll that drivers have used since 1888. Instead, they’re actually twisted. The high-toe portion of the faces are more open and with more loft than normal, while the low-heel portions are closed and have less loft than normal.

Taylormade m3 twist face driver review

The M3 440 driver features three new innovations from TaylorMade designed for straight distance and unmatched personalization. Twist Face Technology introduces a new curvature that reduces side spin by altering the loft in areas of common mis-hits to.

Taylormade m3 twist face driver review

The TaylorMade M4 driver combines Twist Face technology with a new Hammerhead Slot and Geocoustic sole design for straight distance and a large sweet spot. Twist Face is engineered to reduce side spin and deliver straighter shots as well as provide more loft in the high-toe and less loft in the low-heel to produce more consistent spin where golfers commonly miss-hit. The Hammerhead Slot.

Taylormade m3 twist face driver review

TaylorMade have once again created a paradigm shift in metalwood technology with its new M3 and M4 drivers, highlighted by the company’s breakthrough Twist Face technology. Brian Bazzel, TaylorMade’s vice president, product creation, noted that the company’s legacy of breaking from tradition to reach new thresholds of performance continues into the M3 and M4.

Taylormade m3 twist face driver review

The new Hammerhead Slot featured in the M3 is the first time we’ve ever seen Speed Pocket technology featured in TaylorMade’s adjustable driver option. It works in combination with Twist Face and Inverted Cone technology to deliver maximum ball speed across a larger area of the face and in turn create a larger sweet spot.

Taylormade m3 twist face driver review

Some of the world's best drivers of the golf ball will be playing the all new TaylorMade M3 Driver and for good reason. The new M3 features a sweet of ground breaking technology and revolutionary club design. The most notable break through is Twist Face. Twist Face is TaylorMade's new corrective face curvature, which helps mishits fly farther.

Taylormade m3 twist face driver review

M3 Technology. Why Twist Face Technology: Taylormade found, through extensive testing, that the standard “bulge and roll” used for driver face design since forever didn’t quite have the desired corrective effects on humans as it did on Iron Byron.

Taylormade m3 twist face driver review

The Tech Story Twist Face. If this is the first time you’ve heard that term you can expect to hear it a lot more in the weeks and months ahead when it comes to the M3 driver. TaylorMade believes that its Twist Face technology will be the next great breakthrough in terms of driver design and performance. More specifically, based on their.

Taylormade m3 twist face driver review

Our TaylorMade M4 driver review took place at the brand’s launch event in Carlsbad and during a hitting session at Leeds Golf Centre. We will be doing some further testing with the TaylorMade M4 driver in the coming weeks and will add our additional feedback to this review.

Taylormade m3 twist face driver review

The new M3 driver from TaylorMade is taking performance to an entirely new level thanks to new and innovative technologies, most notably Twist Face technology.