TaylorMade on Wednesday announced the launch of its newest line of equipment, introducing the M1 woods and PSi irons.
The company is calling the M1 series its first "'Unmetalwood' product family," as the crown of the club is made from carbon composite. The driver features at T-shaped tracking system that allows weight to be shifted from both the heel to the toe and from the front to the back of the club.
The M1 fairway woods feature two Tungsten weights which can move from heel to toe and add up to a total 30 grams of moveable mass.
The PSi irons, the follow up to last year's RSi model, continue the company's use of its "speed pocket" technology and its newer empasis on vertical "face slots." The 3-5 irons feature Tungsten weighting, while the shorter clubs (8-SW) come forged. In addition to the standard PSi model, the PSi Tours will feature a thinner topline, less offset, a narrower sole and a progressive center of gravity.
The M1 series will be available Oct. 8, with the driver starting at a retail price of $499. The club comes in four different lofts and with 28 different shaft options with no upcharge. The M1 fairway will retail for $299 and the hybrid for $249.
The PSi irons are available Nov. 6 and will retail for $1,099 with steel shafts and $1,299 with graphite. The PSi Tours hit the market Dec. 20 for a price of $1,299.