Comparing TaylorMade's Twist Face to Cobra Golf's E9 Dual Roll
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Comparing TaylorMade’s Twist Face to Cobra Golf’s E9 Dual Roll

For you gearheads out there, this week's unveil of TaylorMade's new M3 and M4 drivers sparked a lot of conversation, and most of it was centered around the feature the Carlsbad company dubs Twist Face.

If you're just hearing about Twist Face, the gist is TaylorMade has created a "twisted" version of the traditional bulge-and-roll shape found on driver faces which helps steer a player's ball closer to the fairway on the two most common kinds of mishits.


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