The M2 driver is synonymous with distance, speed, and performance. It is one of the leading drivers out there, engineered to be excellent. But, what we love about it is that it is extensively adjustable.
TaylorMade engineers have done quite a splendid job in allowing users to customize the driver as they see fit. The best part is that it doesn’t even require a lot of time or effort. Within a few minutes, you can adjust the loft, the spin, the fade bias, etc.
In this article, we will help you with the steps involved and the points to remember during the adjustments.
How to adjust M2 driver
First things first, you should know how to open the shaft. All you need is a wrench for this. It loosens when you turn it anti-clockwise. Once you want to tighten it, turn it clockwise until you hear a click and then stop. Tightening it even after the sound will compromise its integrity.
- When you open the shaft, you can remove the head to see various numbers. Each of them has settings that you can play with. Here, you can adjust the face angle, lie, and loft among other things.
- When it comes to the loft, you can make 2-degree changes. You will see a total of 12 notches that will either increase the angle or decrease it.
- We have seen multiple users wanting to adjust the driver to reduce the loft angle. When you do this, the spin will also reduce. The average reduction is around 400 RPM per 2 degrees.
- Likewise, when you increase the loft, the spin will also increase by about 400 RPM.
- Remember to make subtle changes in one direction for a gradual change in the loft. You don’t need to keep going up and down. Sticking to adjusting in one direction is more than enough.
Now that you have the answer, let’s learn a little more about the M2 driver.
Is TaylorMade M2 driver good for beginners?
If you are a competent beginner, yes. It is affordable and provides excellent power and value. It is also quite forgiving.
What is the weight of TaylorMade M2 driver?
The standard weight is around 4 grams.
What loft should my driver be?
It would depend on the speed of your club-head. If the speed is around 95-104 mph, 10 degrees would be great. If it’s more, the loft angle should be less at around 8 degrees. Likewise, if you use a speed below 85 mph, you should go with 15-20 degrees.
What happens if my driver shaft is too stiff?
You won’t be able to control any of your shots because you will lose the loft altogether. This is why the driver shaft has to be flexible.
What is the difference between M2 and M4?
M2 is for those who want to have some fun. M4 is for those who want something more powerful.
It’s not hard to adjust a TaylorMade M2 driver. You just need to follow the steps we mentioned above. We hope they were clear and easy to understand.
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