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TaylorMade M5/M6 Irons - A Bridge To Distance
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January 7, 2019
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If one thing, TaylorMade Golf is not short on iron options. They tuned they line-up in the fall with the arrival of the P760 model, adding to the P790 and P730 models in the P family. But, even with three varying irons there was still room to address the needs of other calibers of players.

Those arrive today with the announcement of the M5 and M6 irons, distance chasers with two different looks but sharing many engineering attributes.

Make no mistake, these are game improvement irons, but even better players might find some of their features quite interesting. I could easily see some of the technology eventually influencing the designs in clubs for other levels of golfers.

Most noticeable and essential to both the M5 and M6 iron designs is something the company is calling "Speed Bridge." It is an innovation that we are told has been in development for about four years and it is now ready to make its debut.

We caught up with Matt Bovee, TaylorMade Senior Manager, Product Creation, to explain what it is and its importance to these clubs.

"At its most elemental form, Speed Bridge is a mass efficient…

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