The company says the cheap r11 irons break that mold and re-writes the book about what a high-technology iron can look like, feel like and sound like.
Created to compliment the white-headed cheap r11 driver, which proved so impressive in the hands of 2011 Open champion Darren Clarke, R11 irons, say the makers, are engineered for the player who favours a traditional blade but demands the effortless ease required to launch the ball high, straight and long with appropriate forgiveness.
TaylorMade admits that historically, irons engineered with multiple game-improvement technology 'tend to be big, inelegant and clunky, with thick toplines, broad soles and busy-ugly cavities. They typically feel harsh and sound high-pitched and clicky.'
A key feature of the r11 irons for sale, its claimed, is the striking red precision-weighting port (PWP), initially introduced in the Tour Preferred (TP) line which allows TaylorMade engineers to guarantee precise swingweight and ensure a centre-face Centre of Gravity (CG) location in every iron to promote the best ball flight across all irons in the set.
The one-piece stainless steel cast heads boast a thin, lightweight face design like the cheap burner 2.0 driver. The weight removed from the clubface has been shifted low and back to create a higher launch angle, faster ball speed, increased distance and more forgiveness. The result is comparable launch, ball flight and length to the Burner 2.0, as well as 15-yard distance gaps between clubs.
The R11's have an undercut that increases in depth the longer the iron gets. This channel helps to deepen the center of gravity, increase forgiveness and enhance the feel of your iron shots.