PGA Golf Pro Rick Shiels checks out the NEW TAYLORMADE M3 IRONS & M4 IRONS in this first look and first hit video!

Full indepth review will be arriving in 2 weeks!

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Gary King says:

Hi Rick, you’ve done a lot of testing on the different drivers through the years recently.. Id like to see the difference in the 8 (I think) iron sets TM have out this year. I appreciate they are aimed at different players but do you need 8 options a year? I like choice but is there actually any difference between the 770 and 750 for instance?


Ells Cross says:

Good test rick may try some

layne scoggins says:

Hey Rick. I’d love to thoughts on switching from the 2017 M2 to the 2018 M 1 mid handicap guys with need to be able to work the ball more. Thanks!

Sunny Bhasin says:

Please post the m3 irons complete review. Thanks. I think I prefer the one-and-done reviews you used to do last year.

Jacob Weigand says:

Too chunky for me

Gregory Lynn says:

FUGLY!!!! Not you Rick, the bats.

Rye says:

I’m looking to get some new clubs Would you say that the Taylormade m1 and m3 are the best club for getting further distance/yardage or does that come down to personal preference or is their other clubs out that’ll maximise my yardage and shorten my game? if anyone could answer me that would be appreciated thanks.

Jay McGillicuddy says:

When should we expect the full reviews for these two clubs? Great video. Love the channel and your approach.

Emilio Figueroa Jr. says:

Do a h2h with the RSI2 and these new irons. Would be interesting?

Mpi Group says:

Why not make a normal set of clubs like they use to and keep every club 4 degrees apart and you’ll end up with 14 clubs simple.

MySpankster says:

Hi Rick…i love your videos…i am about a 15-20 handicap…..53 years old….which of the new irons would you say are best for me…..i am looking for very forgiving irons…i currently have Ping G25 and i am not that happy with them..i am looking at cobra / wilson / taylormade and calloway…..can you give me a list of 5 irons that i should try….thx a bunch…cheers

Mpi Group says:

It makes no sense at all to have the lofts so strong when you’re allowed to have 14 clubs in the bag. The 4 iron is a 2 iron loft for crying out loud. They just eliminated another club out of the bag which makes no sense. Loft is loft. Making a 7 iron the loft of an almost 5 iron is stupid. They want you to think that that club was made so special that it goes farther because of the new technology but in reality they just strengthened the loft 6 degrees. They have 5 1/2 degrees difference from the PW to the 9 iron and same from the 9 to the 8 and 5 degrees to the 7 iron. Stupid. Why would you want a bigger gap in your shorter irons. And then 2 1/2 degrees from your 5 iron to the 4 iron. Again makes no sense and I can’t believe these manufactures are making these irons like this with these inconsistent crazy lofts just to try and fool the guy that doesn’t know any better.

Tod Pharis says:

Rick, I was hoping you would compare a players iron and a game improvement iron but instead of going 7 vs 7 how about you match lofts and give a more accurate comparison of what a 35 degree loft in each will do… Just my 2 cents.

Gretchen Goff says:

i am a 4 handicap could i do a graphite shaft m3 3 iron for a driving iron

75plag says:

you need 2 gap wedges to cover the bottom end.

Daniel Hess says:

Do you think it’s better for a beginner golfer to get the M4’s and grow out of them, or get the M3’s and grow into them?

Anthony Price Jr says:

Hey Rick did you do a test between TaylorMade p 790 versus TaylorMade new M3 irons ?

RumblingBald Resort says:

Full review M3?

Lee c says:

i really like the look of these and would like to see rob use them ive got the rsi1’s the m4 could replace them.great review rick

Simon Whitehead says:

Hi Rick,cantfind the full M3 review yet, when you post can you compare to the M1?

Paul Bellottie says:

Suggested handicap for each set of clubs? (example: low, mid or high)

Pablo C says:

Haha “the BMW, i mean the M4 emblem” halarious

Butt Cheese says:

shave your beard you goof

notformebeaky says:

When will golfers wake up and realise that distance isn’t as important as accuracy.
I’d much rather hit an 8 than a 9 if it meant I was closer to the pin.

Why doesn’t a company start focusing on this rather than this absurd quest for distance. People might actually get better at golf for a change.

phil hellier says:

Rick what’s your opinion for what set out of the m3 and m4 are aimed at the lower handicapper if any??

김훈 says:

I had M2 sets. Face slot caved in 3times. I wasted my money. Taylormade knows the problem. I definitely will not buy it.

Henry Tuton says:

Performance always better than looks. Looks like TM is all about marketing.

bigdog33bad says:

Are the higher lofts more prominent in the mid irons? If the PW is 43.5, would it make that much difference to a 13 handicapper who hits a 45.0 PW?

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