TaylorMade SpeedBlade Irons For Sale UK

The SpeedBlade irons have a two-tone, satin nickel chrome plating with dark smoke satin ion plating that looks great.

More importantly than the finish these irons feature a newly engineered speed pocket, a handle-bar shaped slot in the sole of the 3-7 irons that enables a large area of the face to flex and rebound at impact, resulting in faster ball speed, higher launch and better feel.

TMag’s research indicated that 72% of shots by 5- to 25-handicappers are impacted below the center of the face, which typically results in low-launching shots of inconsistent distance.

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Perfectly acceptable forgiveness but doesn’t blow away all testers; not quite as long as a few guys expect; it’s minor, but SpeedBlade makes it a bit harder to keep shots low than some others do

The Speed Pocket has been widened and lengthened; giving golfers more face area towards the heel and toe for added forgiveness.

The Speed Pocket polymer also provides vibration-dampening qualities. This creates a better feel and sound on impact with the ball.

TaylorMade iron engineers have tried to close the distance gap between a golfers longest iron and shortest wood in their bag by redistributed the weight to a lower central location.

This low centre of gravity promotes the most desirable launch conditions and delivers consistent gaps between every club.

The club head combines a two-tone satin nickel chrome plating with a dark smoke satin ion plating to give a striking look and also has progressive shaping throughout the set.

The shorter irons feature a slender topline and sole to create better feel and control, whilst the longer irons inspire confidence at address with an increased topline size.

TaylorMade SLDR Irons For Sale UK

In case you haven’t noticed, TaylorMade has been SLDR-ing most things in their range, so it was only a matter of time before the irons came in for the treatment.

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SLDR became a brand name more than a descriptive name when the SLDR fairways and SLDR hybrids were launched without sliding anything apart from the money from your wallet.

Now we have the SLDR irons, that as well as sliding the money, will also slide through the turf. So are the golfing public going to buy into these too?

Visually they stand out in the current range from the matt silver finish of the TaylorMade Tour Preferred Irons and the TaylorMade Speedblade Irons because they have a shiny chrome finish, which looks pretty good.

For some time now, TaylorMade and the golf industry at large have been pushing the limits of distance across all their product lines, especially in the game-improvement category. Each new product seems to offer the same thing: more distance.

For some time now, TaylorMade and the golf industry at large have been pushing the limits of distance across all their product lines, especially in the game-improvement category. Each new product seems to offer the same thing: more distance.

While TaylorMade has enjoyed success with its SpeedBlade irons for golfers looking for more distance and forgiveness, as well as with the Tour Preferred CB and MC irons, which are slotted models with smaller blade lengths that are preferred by many better players, the company felt that there was room for something in between. That’s where the SLDR irons come in.

 

TaylorMade SLDR Driver For Sale Best Price

Golfers, you sure know how to hurt a guy’s feelings.  As a club fitter, I’ve spent years telling you to play more loft and you’ve ignored me, but TaylorMade makes #LoftUp a hashtag and suddenly you’re all buying 12 degree drivers.

Low, low spin.  More forgiving than 430cc model.  #LoftUp is a necessity, as is fitting.  A game changer for high spin players.

sldr driver

The SLDR, on the other hand, has a sliding weight that tips the scales at 20 grams. That gives it more than double the influence on a driver’s center of gravity than the R1’s moveable weights. And instead of the R1’s two CG options, the SLDR offers 21 different CG locations that are mapped out on the driver’s sole between the driver’s heel and toe.

Great driver if you hit it relatively close to the sweet sport. I hit it well at the Taylormade demo days but then I noticed over time it penalizes you quite a bit if you don’t hit its narrow sweet spot. It’s not a driver you can hit higher on the face or closer to the toe or heel like I can with my R1 and get away with it..sure not great distance but my R1 got better distance than the SLDR on mishits. More of a players driver than a game improvement driver. Probably why the words Forgiveness, MOI or Sweet Spot are not mentioned on the Taylormade website when discussing the SLDR. I returned it and got the Big Bertha which has been a great upgrade as it has more side to side forgiveness I need some days when my swing is not there. Plus long with more consistent distance than the R1 and SLDR. But If you hit all your drives flush, then the SLDR is the driver for you as it does provide crazy distance due to the lower spin if your swing is well above average.

TaylorMade Rsi 1 Irons Sale Price Best Irons 2015

Not a million miles off the look of a better-player iron, despite possessing the widest sole of the new RSi iron family. All testers salivated over the gun-metal finish, making it almost forged-like in appearance. Eye-catching new Face Slot Technology stands out and acts as a great alignment aid, while an improved Speed Pocket features on the sole. Tester’s comment: “I am not sure what these new Face Slots do, but they certainly lock you into position.”

rsi 1 irons

The TaylorMade RSi 1 iron is set to replace the TaylorMade SpeedBlade iron, which is one of the fastest irons I have tried. The SpeedBlade really gave you the feeling that you were mashing the ball and usually you were. The face felt quite lively from the deep undercut and the Speed Pocket, but the RSi irons manage to tone this down and as a result feel a little more controllable.

Thanks to the new Face Slot Technology working in tangent with an improved Speed Pocket with Thru Slot Technology, there’s now forgiveness across the entire face of the iron. For someone like myself who tends to catch a long iron on the thin side more often than not, that’s a huge bonus knowing you’ve got all the technology down there to help you catch the ball cleaner than ever.

TaylorMade RocketBladez Irons Best Sale Price

he TaylorMade RocketBladez iron has been launched with much fanfare, but that is OK when there is a significant technical improvement. In this case it is the speed pocket on the sole of the club which allows the face to flex more to generate more ball speed and hence distance

It is the same principle that you know and love from the RocketBallz fairway wood, but this is the first time it has been put into an iron. TaylorMade want to be the number one distance iron and this is right in that category as it is all about ball speed. The technologies for increasing speed that started in drivers are now coming to irons and the manufacturing processes have improved to allow them to increase the spring like effect of the faces of irons.

rocketbladez irons

These strong and powerful irons gave really aggressive ball speeds. The technology has been transferred from the fairway wood, and it really works. The distances on offer are huge, yet the workability isn’t compromised. Another advancement from TaylorMade, that fits seamlessly into its ever-expanding equipment line-up.

TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Driver For Sale

Stage 1… Successfully design and launch the TaylorMade RocketBallz (RBZ) driver. Stage 2… Do it again.

So what did TaylorMade call the second generation RBZ driver? Yup, you guessed it, the TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 driver.

rbz stage 2 driver

Somewhat busy head graphics are not to every tester’s liking; some guys don’t perceive it to be a significant upgrade from the previous RBZ; feels a little light to some.

Not only is the appearance of the Rocketballz Stage 2 a statement, but the sound is as well. When you really rip into a shot, there’s no mistaking it. The sound is a very thunderous smack and really lets you know that may have just cracked at least one of the layers of the ball.

With that explosive sound, you’re going to find a matching explosive feel. The club face feels very solid and it feels like the ball just rockets off the face at impact. (That pun even hurt me). It’s almost disappointing to hit this club because every shot feels like it’s going 345 yards and piercing through the air, but then you realize your swing still wasn’t good enough to produce that kind of shot regardless of how it felt.

TaylorMade R11S Driver Cheap Discount

On first inspection, the R11S is very similar to last year’s R11. The white head remains, and the same red fl ashes are still prominent. But you need to delve under the bonnet to find the real brilliance of the new model. Golfers can now adjust the face angle to one of five angles (previously three), while the loft can also be altered by 1.5° up or down on the standard loft . The R11S also boasts a 460cc head – bigger than last year – and it is noticeable at address. Pro James noted how well it sat, while Dave C (who has an R11) also thought the look was stylish. He also racked up some excellent distance and suggested the super-adjustable nature of the head meant it could deliver huge performance benefits if properly fitted. There is little getting away from the wow factor too with the R11S, and Dave B felt it more than lived up to the expectation and hype – he obtained excellent distance and felt it was very strong in terms of feel.

r11s driver

nlike a lot of the other adjustable drivers that I’ve reviewed, the R11S looks normal at address when it’s adjusted to the higher and lower lofts. The majority of adjustable drivers just feel a bit off when they are in non-neutral positions, but R11S doesn’t have this same problem. The R11S feels completely natural at all of the adjustability combinations that I’ve tested. Having independent loft and face-angle adjustments is a huge plus in dialing in the club.

 

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There is nothing like the feel when the ball compresses against a well-struck iron. You can keep all your leather-on-willow cricket talk, nothing beats the sound of steel on thermoset urethane. It’s what we spend hours on the practice ground to achieve.

The little glint from their perfectly-formed face felt like the R11s were calling to me, willing me to take them out with the promise (and technology) that they can make me feel those shots, hear that sound.

One word: Fun.  These irons are a lot of fun to play.  You feel like you can go after it and hammer the ball with great results.

As mentioned before, the forgiveness, accuracy and consistency will benefit low and high handicap players. Everything about this set is good. Players who prefer a club with a players look will enjoy how they closely resemble the TaylorMade MC irons. The price is very affordable at around $799 for a set of eight steel irons. That actually sets them under some of the competitors such as the Titleist AP2 irons and identical to the Ping i20. Definitely give the clubs a test if you are interested in a new set of irons. I really like the diverseness of this set. Golfers of many different ability levels will gravitate toward the R11s and I rate them 9 out of 10.

TaylorMade R1 Driver at Sale Price

In recent years nobody has done a better job creating buzz with the release of their new line of drivers than TaylorMade. TaylorMade has such a huge presence on the PGA Tour and they take pride in their stable of players using and promoting their latest equipment. The release of the R1 driver from TaylorMade is exciting because of how much customization the driver provides to both the golfer and the club fitter.

r1 driver

The R1 has a number of new features but still retains many of the Taylormade signature qualities. The sound is that metallic TM  crack that many golfers have grown accustomed to hearing.  The inverted cone face hasn’t changed either so the head is forgiving on off center hits.  It has a nice stock headcover with standard velvet grip.  The length is standard TM 45.5″  There is also a TP version of the R1 which basically is just an upgraded shaft.  Previous shaft adapters will not work in this head so if you found the perfect shaft for your R11 or R11s you will need a new tip for the R1.  This make sense with the new adjustability.  Thankfully TM is selling them at various retailers so it can be done.  For me it was necessary to switch out shafts, no matter how I adjusted the head, it spun to much with the stock shaft.

One thing I learned about the R1 during testing was that it truly is many drivers in one. The first swings I took with it were with the loft in the factory setting of 10°. After some swings in that configuration, I raised the loft to 12°. Let me preface this by saying that I tend to hit the ball lower than many people to start with. Regardless, here are some numbers showing the difference I saw on that day after a quick adjustment.

TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons Still My Choice

Just one world for taylormade burner 2.0 irons: Impressive. These irons elevate the ball easily, but without ballooning. The overall trajectory is high, but not excessive and performs very well in the wind. I think this is due to the club head, but could also be helped by the KBS Tour shafts. These shafts perform extremely well in these heads for me.

burner 2.0 irons

The TaylorMade Burner 2.0 irons are available in eight different shaft options including Superfast steel and graphite and Project X.

After the success of the original Burner irons, the TaylorMade Burner 2.0 irons are designed to offer more feel and playability. The sound and feel have been refined thanks to an improved vibration management system. Weight distribution has been improved throughout the set to optimise flight. The face thickness is different in every iron for added distance in the long clubs and better feel in the short.

Overall, I’m extremely impressed with these irons. Performance is consistent, with looks and feel that’s impressive for game improvement irons. I think TaylorMade has a real hit here and has included qualities in this set that will be attractive to a wide range of players.

I’m currently in a shoot-out with these irons and my Taper Tours. I’m testing both sets by gaming my Taper Tours in even-numbered irons and the Burner 2.0s in odd-numbered irons to see how each iron performs side-by-side.