2019 TaylorMade Iron Model Comparison—M5 & M6 | TaylorMade Golf

By Steve Breazeale| 24 avril 2019
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Earlier this year, TaylorMade launched M5 & M6 irons with Speed Bridge technology. Just like the company’s 2019 drivers with the same name, these new sticks are engineered to make everybody FASTER.

When looking at the list of technologies packed into these irons, one feature stands out on both sides of the aisle—Speed Bridge. Speed Bridge is the unifying technology design found in both of this year’s iron models. Speed Bridge, which is visually recognizable along the backside of each M5 & M6 iron, enhances the energy transfer for longer and straighter shots while improving the sound and feel of every strike.

Combined with a variety of successful technologies featured in prior iron models, like our Speed Pocket and Inverted Cone technology, the M5 and M6 irons will put you on the path to hitting it not only further, but straighter.

While both the M5 & M6 irons feature Speed Bridge technology, there are several key differences between these irons. We’re here to showcase those differences and help you decide which model is best for your game.

M5 IRONS v. M6 IRONS – WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?

THE BOTTOM LINE…

Choose M5 irons if you have a more discerning eye but desire more distance. The M5 is designed to give you the distance associated with game-improvement irons but will provide the workability of a more traditional-looking players-inspired iron.

Choose M6 irons if you are searching for maximum distance and forgiveness. The forgiveness that comes with the M6 irons’ larger clubface and weighting is designed to deliver longer, straighter shots, even on mishits.

To help visualize the difference between each of these iron models, refer to the chart below:

Additionally, you may be wondering what the main differences are between "old" iron models and the new iron models. Below you will find a color-coded list of the key performance technologies to show the upgrades within our 2019 M5 & M6 irons.

M3 Irons vs M5 Irons

  • Color Key:
  • New Technology
  • Enhanced Technology
  • Same Technology

M3 Irons Technology

  • RIBCOR
  • Poids de tungstène
  • Encoches sur la face du bâton
  • Poche de vitesse
  • 180-degree fluted hosel
  • Hybrar Damper

M5 Irons Technology

  • Speed Bridge technology
  • Tungsten weighting
  • Poche de vitesse
  • 180-degree fluted hosel
  • Hybrar Damper

M4 Irons vs. M6 Irons

M4 Irons

  • RIBCOR
  • Encoches sur la face du bâton
  • Poche de vitesse
  • Low CG Design
  • 360-degree fluted hosel
  • Hybrar Damper

M6 Irons

  • Speed Bridge technology
  • Poche de vitesse
  • Low CG Design
  • 360-degree fluted hosel
  • Hybrar Damper