Hi, im super excited for the opportunity to test the new TM drivers, I've been using TM drivers for the past 15 years. I'm currently playing the M2/ 9.5 loft /Tensei ck series 60 TX shaft. Im a 5 hcp that's plays lots of competive golf on the golf channel Am tour, and am always looking for an advantage. I believe the twist face along with the injected foam will bring my game to new levels. Please consider me for a tester, there is no one that loves the game and lives for golf like I do, just ask my wife.
Current Club: 2011 Burner Superfast 2.0 10.5 Regular Flex RE*AX 4.8 Graphite
While I do love my current club, I need an upgrade, no doubt about it! I would love the opportunity to try a new M5 or M6 driver. Personally I try to stay in shape, eat healthy and continue to improve my game but as I get older it gets more challenging. This new speed injected twist face technology might be the advantage I need. The engineers at Taylormade must have had me in mind when they designed it.
I apreciate your time and consideration and thank you for this opportunity!
Currently playing the R15 10.5 degree, regular shaft driver, RBZ 3 & 5 metals with a TaylorMade, 4iron/hybrid, and Rocketball Tour irons off a 7 handicap.
I the PNW (Pacific NorthWest) , we need the long carry with all our clubs for our typically wet, heavy playing conditions.
If you need a solid player who plays British Open style links and Augusta like tree lined courses to test your new M5 and M6, send 'em my way!
I practice every day and have ball flight data available, so I could probably give you some good feedback (as if the boys in the ad don't already!)
Current driver: Callaway X 460 driver, 10 degrees, Fujikura stiff flex (low torque, high kick), 65 g
After changing schools, I am starting a golf team at our high school. Introducing new golfers to new equipment is part of the job - passing along a love for the game. Great equipment with the latest technology helps new golfers experience more success and therefore, more joy in the game - encouraging them to develop a lifelong passion for the sport.