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TaylorMade Mens RocketBladez Tour Irons
TaylorMade Mens RocketBladez Tour Golf Irons
CONSISTENT DISTANCE With This Golf Iron Set!
TaylorMade Mens RocketBladez Tour Irons feature:
Set includes: #3 thru PW
Maximum speed and flight enhancement technology in the 3- through 7-iron
The Speed Pocket promotes consistently high ball speed and distance
Fantastic feel promoted by a specially formulated polyurethane that fills
the Speed Pocket and quiets vibration
Promotes a higher launch angle, higher peak trajectory and a steep, soft-landing,
quick-stopping descent angle
Milled face-texture and grooves promote consistently high spin
KBS TOUR steel shaft available in Regular, Stiff or X-Stiff flex
Available in right- and left-hand
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RocketBladez Tour Irons... The Distance Iron Is Now On Tour!
TaylorMade Mens RocketBladez Tour Irons
I played my new clubs for the first time over the weekend, and they improved my game tremendously!
July 7, 2014
Get them before they are gone!
I few years ago, I changed from very forgiving irons to TaylorMade's RAC LT and loved the lower ball flight with a little more spin. I took my new RocketBladez Tour irons to the range and the first thing I noticed is that the higher ball flight is back. The trajectory on the long to mid irons is a lot like a new high loft driver - the launch angle is higher than I'm used to and the spin is probably a little less. How I like this characteristic on the course with ProV1's is TBD. The next thing I noticed was increased distance. Not sure how much gain there was because of the poor marking at the range, but quite possibly a club length. This I will like, because it gives you more options from any given distance. The third thing, and probably the biggest deal, is how effortless it was to hit the long irons. My experience says don't worry about comments like "they get more distance from stronger lofts", because these clubs are still very forgiving and the ball will get up in the air even from fairly low on the club face. As inventories dwindle, don't be afraid to snap up a set! I may just order a second set.
June 27, 2014
I got these irons for Christmas, and just played my first competitive rounds with them at a college tournament this weekend. I have the tours in 4-AW with project x 6.0 shafts, and I'm amazed. It took me the first day to get used to them, after all i had burner 09 irons before these, and they aren't anywhere near as forgiving as the burners. However, they feel great, they're workable, and deadly accurate when you strike them well. Probably the best set of irons I've had!
March 22, 2014
Dont like new equipment...but....
I'm not one who gets new equipment every year or everyother year like a some people. I like to find something that I feel comfortable with and then keep those and make sure i give myself time to learn to use the clubs. I had a set of PIngs for 14 years, and i just replaced my 7 year old Titleist 735-CM's with these Rocketbladez Tour irons with the Tour Stiff shafts.
The 735's were a small clubhead and more of a muscleback, so i was a little weary going to these clubs with more of a cavity back, but almost all of the reviews said how soft these felt and how they were somewhat forgiving. Having gone from a 7-8 handicap about 5 years ago after i purchased and used the Titleists for a few years, i'm now a 3 hdcp and these clubs are what i feel can make me even better. I'll get a little more spin and control, and just having hit these on a range 3 times so far, i can tell the long irons just exploding the ball off the face with that speed slot that the 3-7 irons have.
Overall, i'd said the Tour's are for a 10 or less handicap, because the regular model of these has a slightly larger head and i feel are more of a game improvement club, versus these as a players club. TRY THEM, YOU WONT BE LET DOWN!!!
June 29, 2013