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Used TaylorMade M4 D-Type DriverTaylorMade M4 D-Type Driver

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Features & Specs

Men's TaylorMade M4 D-Type

Standard Lie Angle

Graphite Shaft

Description

The TaylorMade M4 D-Type 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 provides a larger sweet spot and increased ball speed low on the face and drops unwanted spin for more distance. Geocoustic technology reduces sole volume and enables a larger, more forgiving face while the Draw-Biased Design makes the face angle appear more open for a more closed face at impact.

Features

  • Twist Face Technology: The clubface is twisted open on the high-toe and closed on the low-heel to produce straighter shots on those mishits
  • Hammerhead Slot: Makes the sweet spot bigger by increasing ball speed and forgiveness across the entire club face
  • Geocoustic Technology: reduces sole volume for a bigger sweet spot and improves sound and feel at impact
  • M4 D-Type places 41 grams of weight towards the heel to boost draw spin

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Does this taylormade M4 driver come with a head cover? If no, where can I get one. Thanks

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explain D-type

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The D type has more weight toward the heel of the club creating draw bias. It is great for someone trying to lessen or eliminate a slice.

Rudi Fann     3 months ago     0 of 0 found this useful