Daniel Berger’s TaylorMade M2 driver was the most notable equipment change during his maiden US PGA Tour victory at the FedEx St. Jude Classic. However, it wasn’t the only change he made to the top of his bag setup.

In addition to a new M2 driver, Berger swapped his TaylorMade JetSpeed 3HL fairway wood for a M2 3HL (UST Mamiya Elements Chrome 75X shaft). The 3HL is TaylorMade’s high-lofted option and comes with 17 degrees of loft instead of the standard 15 degrees on the regular 3-wood.

Before making the change, Berger had been using JetSpeed for more than a year. During testing, he was carrying the ball 260-275 yards with a low cut, which is his preferred shot shape with the fairway wood.

Berger’s M2 3HL has a composite crown — the design returns a weight savings of 5 grams — that lowers the club’s CG, producing a higher launch with reduced spin. Launch improvements were also made through a shallower head design that helps get the ball in the air.