Taylormade’s M6 Driver features revolutionary Twist Face curvature to reduce side spin and help hit straighter shots. Here is what Carly Frost thought when she put it to the test.
By Carly Frost
Every M6 driver head has been individually injected with tuning resin to reach the threshold of the maximum legal limit of ball speed. The M6 features our revolutionary new Twist Face curvature, more loft in the high toe and less loft in the low-heel produces more consistent spin, reducing side spin and helping you hit straighter shots. The M6 has a sleek, aerodynamic shape and an ‘Inertia Generator’ stores weight low and back for maximum forgiveness. Plus a new, more flexible hammerhead slot produces a larger sweet spot and helps preserve ball speed on off-centre strikes.
My first impression of the M6 was that it was a very masculine-looking driver, the black head with silver and red details had nothing feminine to catch my eye. But as soon as I hit it I didn’t care because it’s the performance that counts and in this department the M6 scores top points. The feel was solid and responsive, the ball flew incredibly fast off the face, forwards as well as upwards on the ultimate distance-enhancing trajectory. In terms of forgiveness it was impossible to fault as I got away with all of my mishits.