The TaylorMade M6 Rescue features the ground-breaking Twist Face Technology for the first time in a hybrid. This unique face curvature reduces the side spin for straighter shots.
An ultra-lightweight steel-body construction creates a lower CG within the head for easy launch and alignment, whilst a thinner face improves the ball speeds from all strike locations on the face.
The Speed Pocket returns and improves the ball speeds on off-centre strikes, especially the ones that are low on the face
TAYLORMADE M6 RESCUE
Reflecting the changes in the fairway woods, the new TaylorMade M6 rescue is the first time Twist Face technology has been applied in a rescue club.
The M6 rescue is the longest hybrid ever made by TaylorMade and is also the most adaptable, with a men’s M6 rescue offering five different lofts (19, 22, 25, 28 and 31 degrees) and a women’s M6 rescue presenting four lofts (22, 25, 28, 31 degrees).
The curved Twist Face was more evident in the smaller face of the steel-bodied M6 rescue compared to a bigger driver or fairway wood so to get around it, TaylorMade have altered the multi-tone crown visuals on the M6 rescue to make the Twist Face less noticeable to the eye.
A stepped crown helps to align the M6 rescue while also lowering the CG which, together with a faster face, boosts ball speeds and distances to levels never achieved in a TaylorMade rescue.
The sole of the M6 rescue adopts the more flexible Speed Pocket that features on the M6 fairway wood and produces similar performance by enlarging the COR across the M6 rescue’s face and boosting the performance of strikes that aren’t out of the centre, in particular strikes that are low on the face.
The men’s M6 rescue is appointed with a Fujikura Atmos Orange HY shaft while the women’s M6 gets the TaylorMade Tuned Performance shaft.