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Used TaylorMade M1 Iron Set in Very Good Condition - Regular FlexTaylorMade M1 Iron Set

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Very Good Condition Men's Right-Hand TaylorMade M1

Regular Flex, +0.75" Length, Standard Lie Angle

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Very Good Condition

Shows general wear associated with normal use over the course of a season or more but has been well cared for. Does not retain any of the "new look" but is in better than average condition. There is absolutely no sign of abuse. Cosmetic imperfections are typically visible. Examples include: scuffing, scratching, tiny paint blemishes, shallow dings/nicking, and normal shaft wear.

Description

The TaylorMade M1 iron set features materials and technologies that provide you with a lot of distance without sacrificing control. The Face Slots, engineered for the M1 irons, and new Speed Pocket preserve ball speeds on shots that are struck low on the face. By employing weight saving technology like the new 180° fluted hosel, ultra-thin top line, and tungsten weighting lower in the head, the ultra-low CG gives the ability to utilize stronger lofts without sacrificing peak trajectory and playability. The M1 also features a meticulously designed shape for inducing confidence at address, while enhancing forgiveness with the turf.

Features

  • Compact shaping for confidence-inducing look
  • 180° fluted hosel and ultra-thin top line for higher launch and distance
  • Face slot technology for added forgiveness

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