Driver – TaylorMade M1 460 with a MRC Kuro Kage Silver TiNi 70 X
FWY – TaylorMade M2 HL with a MRC Kuro Kage Silver TiNi 80 X
Irons – TaylorMade Rsi 2 iron and Rsi TP 4-PW with True Temper DG X7
His “go to” club for tight fairways was the Rsi 2 iron, which he pounded down the fairway on 18. Everyone should have club in their bag that they can absolutely count on at crunch time and for Jason, the 2 iron was it! For me, it’s my 4 hybrid. What’s yours? Respond to the poll on the right side of this page —>.
TaylorMade uses slot technology to provide increased distance and speed pockets for more consistency in their irons. The M1 has a multi-material construction – featuring an ultra-thin, ultra-light and high-strength carbon composite crown – that unlocks breakthroughs in distance, playability, and feel for all golfers. The M2 allows for exceptional distance and playability. The Mitsubishi Rayon Kuro Kage TiNi shafts in his driver and fairway wood are designed with the strength and stability needed by such a strong player. The shafts have high-density graphite material with Titanium Nickel wire woven into them. You should see the sparks fly when we tip trim them!