How to Change the Face Angle on a TaylorMade M4 Driver
Adjusting the face angle on a TaylorMade M4 Driver is a great way to help improve your golf game. With the right adjustments, you can fine-tune your driver to help get more distance and accuracy out of every shot. Changing the face angle on a TaylorMade M4 Driver is relatively easy, and can be done in a few simple steps.
First, you’ll want to remove the head cover from your driver. There should be two tabs located at the base of the head cover that can be pulled apart to remove it from the club head. Once you have removed the head cover, locate the adjustable wrench that came with your driver and attach it to one of the screws located on either side of the clubface.
Next, you’ll want to adjust the face angle according to how far you’d like it open or closed. To do this, turn the wrench counterclockwise or clockwise depending on which direction you’d like to adjust it. You’ll want to make sure that both screws are adjusted evenly so that they’re in line with each other and not creating an offset between them. Make sure that as you adjust them, they remain tight and secure so that they don’t come loose during play.
Once both screws have been adjusted accordingly, remove the adjustable wrench from them and reattach your head cover back onto your driver. Now that your face angle has been adjusted correctly, you’re ready to hit some shots with improved accuracy!