Compact design with Geocoustic sound
The M1 irons do this by delivering the features in a compact design. Starting with the smaller head and reduced offset, the series comes with thinner top lines which make the weight come towards the base and across the head. With shorter blades, the M1 series come with a reduced size from what golfers would expect in traditional irons which improves overall workability.
In terms of sound the M1 series comes with the Geocoustic feature. This M series feature basically is what players can see in terms of sound being influenced by geometry. The sound itself is complex and due to the Face Slots feature comes to mute unwanted lower tones, especially those that last longer. For the complete sound experience, the series has used some reinforcements in the topline since there was the option of moving some additional weight as the center of gravity moved lower. The key to the final sound was to make a connection between the back of the face and the inflexible back bar. This created good sound muting and the final tone.
In terms of shaft customization, players can choose from to option with various customizations. TaylorMade proposed the True Temper’s XP95 and the MRC Kuro Kage Silver. The graphite shafts come to add the workability of the design. Other customization options include the length and the shaft.
TaylorMade M1 series comes with the best features from the M2 but in a very compact design. It still keeps its qualities for pushing longer shots with the forgiveness of the off-center hits. It also keeps the complex sound which was heavily influenced by the sharp geometry. If you want a workable toll which will not be a burden to use and will push for higher shots, then the M1 could be a top priority.