The secret, says TaylorMade lies in a sophisticated cast design of the cavity-back clubhead, which is easy on the eye with a top line 'melting seaml;essly into the hosel.
Taylormade R11 irons
TaylorMade admits that historically, irons engineered with multiple game-improvement technology 'tend to be big, inelegant and clunky, with thick toplines, broad soles and busy-ugly cavities. They typically feel harsh and sound high-pitched and clicky.' The company says the R11 irons break that mold and re-writes the book about what a high-technology iron can look like, feel like and sound like.
Created to compliment the white-headed R11 driver, which proved so impressive in the hands of 2011 Open champion Darren Clarke, golf clubs for sale R11 irons, say the makers, are engineered for the player who favours a traditional blade but demands the effortless ease required to launch the ball high, straight and long with appropriate forgiveness.
A key feature of the R11, its claimed, is the striking red precision-weighting port (PWP), initially introduced in the Tour Preferred (TP) line which allows TaylorMade engineers to guarantee precise swingweight and ensure a centre-face Centre of Gravity (CG) location in every iron to promote the best ball flight across all irons in the set. TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Driver Other features, in which Nick Faldo has lent a hand, include a thin face for faster ball speed, compact short irons to make them more workable, a sharper leading edge and conforming grooves.
Taylormade RocketBladez irons
The iron, says TaylorMade, features remarkable new technology that promotes high launching, long, straight and quick-stopping performance for golfers of all abilities. The Speed Pocket changes that – it's a once-in-a-lifetime innovation in the iron category. If your iron doesn’t have a speed pocket, your iron is out-dated.
RocketBladez' key new technology lies in its Speed Pocket – inspired by the distance enhancing benefits of the RocketBallz fairway woods and Rescue clubs. TaylorMade engineers incorporated the Speed Pocket into TaylorMade RocketBladez Irons to promote faster ball speed and a higher launch angle to promote longer, high-flying, quick-stopping shots.
The Speed Pocket advantage is especially effective on impact made low on the face - TaylorMade studies indicate that 68% of iron shots by amateurs are mishits below the centre of the face. TaylorMade R1 Driver In order to combat this, the Speed Pocket helps to significantly increase ball speed and distance on those low-face mishits.