July 3, 2019 posted by

I will give this set a try also. Digital Texan 8 years ago. The TaylorMade R11 irons are engineered for the player who favours a traditional blade but appreciates the near effortless ease required to launch the ball high, straight and long. Is this just yet another marketing strategy to get us buying the newer irons? Register for free today! Now whether or not TM should introduce new products as often as they do They are sweet when hit flush, and not so jarring when I inadvertantly hit a chopper!

Not only do these feel nice for a cast club, but they have good feel overall. We hope this brief guide helps you to understand some of the different materials used in iron heads: Search Advanced Search section: Woods are very subjective but my preference is for more classic shapes like those from Callaway and Titleist. This thread is days old. The part you actually see. Sign in Already have an account? Sell Your Golf Clubs.

Finally they’ve been announced, and I can, so on to the fun part! This better cut my strokes in half haha!

We’d love to have you! I think it’s easy to hit. Feel, Rob, what about the feel? Titanium Cast titanium — the same material used on the outside of the Space Shuttle — is sometimes used in golf irons heads. Is that an adjustable weight? Funny, all the negative comments are about the look or color. Advertise with us Privacy Terms.

TaylorMade R11 Irons Review: ‘First Look’

I actually like the look of these irons, and I like that the weight port means these irons can be easily fitted and refitted. While I am not sure low handicappers will like the rounded, slightly-chunky, oversized look, I doubt they would deny the R11’s performance. The heads of golf clubs are made in one of two processes – casting or forging. The RocketBladez irons have a large cavity behind their stainless steel faces that lowers the centre of gravity and pulls it further away from the face, which is said to make them more forgiving and higher-flying.


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Cast vs Forged Buyers’ Guide

On shorter irons, a ball hasn’t spun more than a few feet from its pitch mark for me — most stopping a foot away. Got their and warmed up and ironz talking to the guy who is on TV commercials and he is a real nice guy. How about this for a suggestion?

When they introduced the r11s the stopped making the cb’s as far as I could tell it was a red weight slightly different shape to the back of the cavity and as mentioned they stopped forging the face. A muscle back design with thin sole and top edge and minimal offset. You currently have javascript disabled. Media Reviews Golf Monthly. Notify me of followup tayloormade via e-mail.

A few years back, TaylorMade would perform full fittings for customers. And that, apparently, is very good news.

Greg 8 years ago. Overall, the clubs just feel very solid. Thanks for the review. Given that there is decent sized cavity in the back of the heads, you hardly notice it visually and the sound at impact of the TaylorMade Irlns irons is very good, whilst not being as completely solid as say a blade iron.


Tom Bolger 8 years ago.

TaylorMade R11 Irons Review – Golfalot

I can effectively play ‘off-the-rack’ setups out of the box as they’re very close to my actual specs. Like previous models the heads feel light and are effortless to swing. So far I’m really surprised.

GolfWRX – the world’s largest and best online golf community. Cast titanium — the same material used of the outside of the Space Shuttle — is sometimes used in golf irons heads.

I just bought a set of the TM CB irons and really like them. Taylodmade the distance and forgiveness found in the legendary Burner How was the bounce? Just to keep up with the competitors. Funny and sad at the same time. The process of forging is more labour-intensive which is why they generally ions more. The R11s would have to be special to knock the CBs out of the bag but I am looking forward to trying them. Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers.

If I was to try anything else it would probably be Wilson or Cleveland. The TaylorMade R11 irons follow in a long line of irons that are very easy to hit.