TaylorMade RSi 1 Irons Mens Right Hand Regular Flex Steel 5 – SW.
Description: Taylormade RSi 1 Irons 5 – SW
Shaft Flex: Steel Regular Flex
Clubs: 5,6,7,8,9,PW,SW (7 Irons)
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THE CLUBS IN THE IMAGES ARE THE EXACT CLUBS YOU WILL RECEIVE.
The most forgiving irons in the RS family have Face Slots in the 3-8 irons and Speed Pockets in the 3-7 irons. TaylorMade says this increases the launch angle and ball speed on all shots. A thin face, deep undercut cavity and TaylorMades Inverted Cone Technology combine to produce as much speed as possible from the face.
One of three new irons with Face Slots that boost ball speeds on shots struck toward the heel and toe. A Speed Pocket in sole of the 3-7 irons helps maintain ball speed on shots struck low on the face.
Despite drastically going against convention, the Face Slots arent as noticeable as expected; In certain lights you can barely see them. When you do, they frame the ball more effectively and actually help to align the face. RSi 2 looks like a game improver iron with moderate offset and top line thickness.
A little clicky but not horrendously so and the feel from the heel and toe areas is certainly softer than irons of a similar size and construction without Face Slots.
Top of its class, RSi opens up a new category of forgiveness in irons. Ball speed and carry distance from heel and toe strikes was higher with RSi 2 compared to its predecessor, the SLDR iron. With an 8-iron, were talking a 2-3 yards, which could be the difference between carrying a bunker or not.
Among the wear that you may see on clubs:
* Normal ball marks and scratching on the face;
* Normal scratching on the sole;
* Minor dings and nicks on the crown and/or around the edges of the head;
Light scratches, paint chips, paint blemishes on or around the crown.