TaylorMade RocketBladez Irons (2012)
average golf club
This review is mainly for those of us over 60. I compared this 6 iron (loaded with the stock regular flex steel shaft) side by side with a Callaway X2 Hot 6 iron. My comparison was done at a covered driving range, and we all know what type of balls you can experience at a public range. A side note, I can and do have successful practice days with an extra stiff, steel shaft 6 iron.
I observed that the irons performed virtually the same in just about every category. At my advanced age and swing speed, I had difficulty compressing the ball well enough to hit it high enough. Both clubs seemed to hit the ball fairly straight.
An extremely noticeable difference would be feel. With these clubs I guess I measured feel by how well I could "feel the club head" at the end of the shaft. The Callaway X2 Hot had much better feel, the Taylormade Rocketbladez felt like swinging a shaft without a head attached.
I do think the golf club is very well made and looks good.
September 30, 2014
Very good for distance
A club that is excellent for distance. Accuracy is good but feel is just fair. They tend to dig when chipping.
April 19, 2015
Best irons I have played
Very happy with my purchase. Irons were rated good but I consider them to be in excellent condition. The 65 stiff graphite shafts were a great match to my swing. They are more forgiving then my burner 2.0.
November 6, 2014
Forgiving long irons
It will take a little TM's to get used to the popping sound of the long irons. They are very straight and forgiving.
January 12, 2014