This putter has fixed my putting woes. I was using a putter w a spherical design and the bulk of the weight centered in the middle. Also the aligning tool was two golf diameter circles that I could never adjust to. My first time w this spider putter w the perfect balance and I was putting better than I ever have. I also had never used a super grip and it felt great.
I played the Lethal and was very upset with TM for discontinuing it. The problem with TM has been there reluctance to keep a consistent ball name/brand. When the new TPX came out, it was not the Lethal and quite frankly not as good. I stopped playing TM balls because of that, but when the 2016s came out, I gave them a try and absolutely love this ball. Now please leave it alone!!!!
I first tried used a TaylorMade R7 and was sold. I have upgraded with R9, R11, R13, and SLDR. Each provided some improvement, but nothing like the M1. I am 66 and play in the 90s. I had fixed my iron play with SpeedBlades, but the Driver was not working. I picked a 10.5, Kuro Kage R-Flex and set it to Draw and High. My first drive was 230 in the air and dead down the middle on a wet fairway. My worst drive of the day was 5 yards off the fairway. I could not be happier. I now feel confident that 80s will be regular.
I never knew control until i purchased these wedges. Consistency and accuracy are the epitome for tour preferred. I saw such an improvement in my game I also purchased the PSi irons. My handicap has not rolled over yet but it's trending to a 13 after the first 3 rounds.
#1 Driver in Golf claim based on combined 2015 wins and usage on the PGA, European, Japan Golf, Web.com, Champions and LPGA Tours, as reported by the Darrell Survey Co. and Sports Marketing Surveys, Inc. #1 Driver in the World claim based on combined usage of M1 driver on the PGA, European, Japan Golf, Web.com, Champions and LPGA Tours since September 14, 2015, as reported by the Darrell Survey Co. and Sports Marketing Surveys, Inc. #1 Fairway in Golf claim based on combined 2015 wins and usage on the PGA, European, Japan Golf, Web.com, Champions and LPGA Tours, as reported by the Darrell Survey Co. and Sports Marketing Surveys, Inc.