Taylormade’s M4 Hybrid claims to make finding the centre of the fairway a doddle, featuring split internal weights and speed pocket technology. Here is what Carly Frost thought when she put it through its paces.
By Carly Frost
The M4 rescue has been designed with split internal weights that increase forgiveness and promote more ball speed across the face, helping you find the centre of the fairway with greater consistency. Speed Pocket technology preserves ball speed on low-face shots, providing added forgiveness and consistent distance, while Geocoustic technology enhances the playability and feel of the M4, delivering exceptional shot-making ability from any lie.
If you’re looking for a “go-to” club for any situation on the course then the M4 is a great choice. It’s very easy to use, launching the ball high from the fairway and is powerful enough to make it an accurate alternative to using your driver or fairway wood off the tee. The compact shape of the head ensures that you can use it to recover from tricky lies in the rough. It’s a little masculine as far as looks go but the silver/black clubhead contrast does help with aiming.
Price: £199 - 4 (22°), 5 (25°), 6 (28°)