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Used TaylorMade M2 Rescue 2017 3H Hybrid - 19° Loft - Regular Flex HybridTaylorMade M2 Rescue 2017 Hybrid

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Features & Specs

Men's TaylorMade M2 Rescue 2017

3H Type, 19° Loft, Regular Flex, Standard Length, Standard Lie Angle

Graphite Shaft

Description

The TaylorMade M2 2017 Rescue hybrids were designed to inspire confidence when aligning your shot, as they feature a low-profile design with an unmistakable “M” cosmetic and stepped crown. The large, open-channel Speed Pocket increases flexion for more distance and forgiveness on low-face shots and decreased backspin. The advanced shaping and two-tiered sole design makes the M2 2017 rescue hybrids extremely playable in all lies with superior sound and feel, a great choice for any scenario you find yourself on the course.

Features

  • Large, open-channel Speed Pocket
  • GEOCOUSTIC Technology
  • Improved, shorter fluted hosel design
  • "M" cosmetic and stepped crown

Reviews

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Long and forgiving

Review by John T., 3 years ago.

“This is my first Taylormade hybrid is many years. It replaced a Titleist 816 H1. Both are great clubs and it was a tough choice but I hit the M2 just a little more consistent. Easy to get the ball up and has a pretty hot face, even on my toe hits. I was worried I may hook it (which I tend to do with hybrids) but those shots are pretty infrequent. ”

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So Easy To Hit

Review by Anthony K., 2 years ago.

“I've written quite a bit about all of the M2 2017 clubs I have bought used from GlobalGolf and this club is no different. Easy to hit for a hacker like me (18ish handicap). The club seems to pretty much do all the work for you as long as you hit it somewhat square, but even mishits are fairly straight and long enough not to be embarrassed about!”

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Brand new club

Review by GenE, 3 years ago.

“It was advertised as VG condition but arrived brand new with the stickers still on the shaft. Great doing business with Global Golf. ”

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TaylorMade M2 Rescue 2017 Hybrid

Review by Michael F., 4 years ago.

“Great club. Got thid to replace my 5 iron and it is great.”

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Love This Club

Review by Gregory S., 2 years ago.

“The club plays better than I though. True upgrade in my golf bag. ”

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difference in shaft RE*AX55 and REAX55

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They are the same shaft and can be listed either way.

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difference in shaft RE*AX55 and REAX 55

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Bob M.     3 years ago     0 of 0 found this useful

What is a rescue hybrid versus a hybrid - how are they used differently. Your write is the same for both. Are you selling the same club twice.

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They are the same thing. It is just different terminology used to describe the club.

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