Share Your Weight Settings for a Chance to Win an M3 Driver!

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ccorey300
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found this placement keeps me between the trees more oftenKIMG0264[1] (1).jpg

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Todd3pc
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A little draw bias and mass behind the ball.  r15.jpg

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AndrewSikorski
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driver01.jpgM1 Weight SetupI position the wieghts in the middle of the head for no shape bias so that I can shape the ball both directions if I want. I then put the rear weight in the back of the head just for a little extra spin to help that turning over draw stay in the air a little longer. It's been a pretty solid club for me so far, just wish I had a slightly different shaft in the head.

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dptdawg1962
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R15 1 inch slot between the two slides equally spaced for center contact

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thefza
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I play an SLDR S with the weight at neutral. I have a tendency to slice but putting the weight on the Draw side never changed anything for me. So I kept it neutral to get a better feel for what a straight swing should feel like.

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lat227
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Hi....I have my M1 driver set to neutral bias and on low loft. I really hit most of my drives " high" ; so my issue is keeping a lower trajectory, especially into the wind.I don't like any draw or fade bias.

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dwebb58
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one notch towards draw and center for launch angle for my 2016 M1

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twolfe57
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Set to max draw, 1 notch higher than standard loft

 

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coldcut84
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I have the SLDR setup with a little draw bias. This is my setup because it helps to alleviate my fade and not miss to the right as often. Would love for a chance to try the new M3!

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Fmandato25
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I play the R-15 Black and place the weights toe side to help prevent hooking the ball.

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