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TaylorMade reveals M3 & M4 Irons
The new TaylorMade M3 and M4 golf irons have been made using an array of key performance technologies to vastly improve the on-course experience for its players.
These technologies include RIBCOR, Face Slots, Speed Pocket, 180 Fluted Hosel, and tungsten weighting in a very low-CG package intended for the better player looking for more distance. Shaping has been modified, and now meets the standards set out by prior models in this category. The M3 iron features a smaller profile, thinner sole, topline, and new leading edge to inspire confidence and allow for precision where it matters most.
RIBCOR localizes face flexibility in the hitting area, transferring more energy to the ball to increase distance and forgiveness. RIBCOR also stiffens the perimeter of the head to creat a more rigid structure that enhances sound and feel.
The Max-COR design increases golf ball speed across the face to produce distance and consistency from heel to toe, while the ultra-thin leading edge works in conjunction with the Speed Pocket to increase golf ball speeds on low-face shots. 15-gram tungsten weight optimizes CG placement and improves MOI, and off-center ICT mitigates toe flexibility for tighter dispersion.
The TaylorMade M3 and M4 Golf Irons are available now at American Golf.