TaylorMade Speedblade Irons Mens Right Hand Regular Flex Graphite 5 – 9
Description: Taylormade Speedblade Irons 5 – 9
Shaft Flex: Graphite Regular Flex
Clubs: 5,6,7,8,9 (5 Irons)
If a Head Cover is pictured, then a Head Cover is included. If No Head Cover is pictured none will be included.
Similarly if a Torque Wrench is pictured then a Torque Wrench is included. If No Torque Wrench is pictured none will be included.
THE CLUBS IN THE IMAGES ARE THE EXACT CLUBS YOU WILL RECEIVE.
A Speed Pocket from heel to toe in the 3 to 7-irons helps the face flex more and inverted cone technology behind the face creates a club that TaylorMade says has the fastest face it has ever created, measuring right up to the COR limit.
While the shaping is similar to last years RocketBladez, the colour schemes are worlds apart. Theres still some offset, but the dead space in the toe of the RocketBladez is reduced in the Speedblades with longer grooves making the hitting area larger.
Just like the RocketBladez theres stacks on offer here. You can pretty much hit it anywhere on the face and still get a powerful, relatively loud sound with good carry. I found with RocketBladez that shots out of the centre of the sweetspot came off really hot, which left big gaps in distance when you didnt quite catch it. Id say the SpeedBlades are better at controlling those pure strikes, while maintaining forgiveness. It gives the flight of a distance iron, but with a softer feel.
The standard SpeedBlade 7-iron is strong at 30.5° loft, the same as the RocketBladez, and the average carry distance was similar as a result very long. The gapping works really well throughout the set and it feels strong with a penetrating ball flight. Only a really bad strike will cause significant loss in distance.
TaylorMade’s SpeedBlade irons are designed to offer high launch and more distance. The Speed Pocket, which also features on TaylorMades RocketBladez irons, has been widened and lengthened and is now in the shape of a handle bar in the 3-7 irons. This gives golfers more clubface area toward the toe and heel that promotes a high launch angle, strong ball flight and better feel.
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.