The Speedblade Irons Are Not New but Still Very Popular
Forceful, forgiving and pretty freaking awesome. But low-handicap golfers might want something more workable. There also are openings in the slot's internal front shelf (three on the 3- through 5-irons and two on the 6- and 7-irons). I was blown away by the technology used in the fitting, but today we’re going to answer the most important question: will these clubs lead to better golf?
I'm as skeptical as the come in regards to new innovations in golf equipment. The RocketBladez is one of the greatest game improvement irons on the market today. The RocketBladez Tour for the better player is even better. So the SpeedBlade was always going to be up against it when I tested it. In addition, the SpeedBlade's lower center of gravity and clubface functionality not only stretches the sweetspot wider, but effectively pulls it down, TaylorMade says. That should help many golfers. The taylormade speedblade irons for sale have a two-tone, satin nickel chrome plating with dark smoke satin ion plating that looks great.
Cast or not, the feel of the SpeedBlades on a pured shot is very sweet. It may not be “buttery soft,” but anyone who says that it isn’t satisfying would be lying. SpeedBlade is lot of things, but what it isn’t is a re-badged RocketBladez, and it’s most certainly not crap. Secondly, and closely related, is height. Simply put the TaylorMade AeroBurner Irons for sale didn't fly enough or land on the green on a steep enough angle. A steeper landing angle allows the golf ball to come to a stop quicker adding another level of control. Consequently, I found the revamped slot was providing me with a little better launch angle than the RocketBladez, particularly with the 4-iron, and better feel.
Making the clubs more consistent across a larger portion of the hitting area was a major goal for the SpeedBlade, but TaylorMade also focused on improving the clubs' ability to provide feedback. It takes some technological know-how to engineer a distance iron that delivers on the promise of extra yards without compromising feel or trajectory. This iron has it. The SpeedBlades have a slightly different Speed Pocket than the newer taylormade m2 irons for sale, however, as it is now longer, wider and has a handlebar shape that TaylorMade says adds more forgiveness than the RocketBladez irons.