Lofts: 9.5° / 10.5°
Stock shaft: Miyazaki Kaula Mizu 6
Adjustable hosel: Yes
How much loft change:
12 settings +/- 1°
TECH: The 765’s slightly smaller head (445cc) is aimed at faster swing speeds. The smaller size is easier to shape shots with while a “power wave sole” allows the entire sole to flex, enhancing spring back particularly when shots are hit low.
WE SAY: There weren’t many big surprises when it came to our Top Gear testing – but this was one of them. It’s an absolute beast in the right hands. Our test pro recorded one of his longest average carry distances and a huge 311yard single carry with it. The performance is explained by how Chris Ryan impacted a lot of shots lower in the face, which the 765 is specifically optimised to respond to.
VERDICT: We’d never recommend a smaller headed driver with no alignment aid to the golfing masses. But if you’re a better player who tends to hit shots low in the face the 765 is well worth trying.
‘YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE ON TOP OF YOUR GAME TO GET THE BEST OUT OF THE NEW M2’