TaylorMade Aeroburner Irons Vs RSi 1 Irons

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Les Blair says:

Background looks great!
The difference, to me, would not be distance but spin rate. Now a days a 7
iron is considered a “scoring” club. I seen that the aero spun less by a
lot! In one shot it was around 1,000 rpms less! Not good. Sure you’ll hit
it further and maybe get on with it from far distances but will you be able
to get it to stop?

Rick Shiels PGA says:

TaylorMade Aeroburner Irons Vs RSi 1 Irons

Great head to head between these two very long hitting irons! 

SirBigSpur06 says:

I can’t for the life of me think of a reason why spending $100 more on the
RSi1 would make sense, considering the numbers were nearly identical – or
better. You didn’t speak to dispersion in the vid, but the Aero actually
did better there as well. I get the whole “chunky irons may not suit your
eye” argument, but you sure hit them well for having them not suit your
eye! I’m interested in a club that will perform and won’t cost an arm and
a leg… seems like Aeroburner irons are the best bang for your buck.
Would you agree? Anyone else have an opportunity to hit them side by side
who could weigh in?

Great vid once again… Cheers!

brendos444 says:

Rick, a lot of amateur golfers are quite athletic and can hit the ball
quite well, even if they don’t do it all the time and even if they are not
low handicappers. With this in mind, I’m struggling to see why someone
would want to hit their 7 iron 185 yards. This just seems absurd. Now I
understand that people who might be older, who have chronic injuries etc,
might need the extra distance that jacking up lofts provides. So I think
that for some golfers, these sorts of lofts are desirable. But I have no
idea why I would want to hit a 7 iron that far. I probably wouldn’t get 185
yards like you, but I would be in the 170s or low 180s with that kind of
iron. I used to use TM RBZs and was smashing the 7 iron around 165 metres
which gets me around the mid 170s in yards. I have changed out of them now
because a 7 iron going that far is just not good for me. It leaves massive
gaps from P to my gap and sand wedges. Why are manufacturers doing this?
You see a lot of golfers. Is that much distance really desired? Are there
that many golfers who can’t get high enough club head speed? Intuitively I
doubt it very much. 

Davide Ciccoritti says:

Those RSi 1 irons look and perform really good I must say. I find some of
these new SGI irons to be a little inconsistent from strike to strike.

bsmccjs says:

29.5 degrees of loft on a 7 is ridiculous, the lofts are so strong these
days its just turned into a marketing gimmick to fool golfers who don’t
research their clubs. My i25 6 iron is 30 degrees and the 7 is 33. No
wonder Taylormade have described them ‘as too long for tour’

kittykeroppi says:

The AB’s launch angle is noticably lower than RS1’s. Granted their peak
heights are somewhat comparable. But, will the average golfer with much
slower swing speed than Rick’s be able to achieve those heights with such
low launch angle? Rob Potter needs to test these ASAP!!

Jaenuwine says:

No wonder Aussies have such great swings. Look at that beautiful practice
facility.

HoffTTM says:

should also mention the very light shaft weights in the aeroburner, even if
the RSi also have a fairly light shaft in them

Bill Cavanaugh says:

TM just can’t help themselves. They just have to keep brining out new
product. Unless there is a substantial price difference between the two
irons, why bring them out? Just more crap on the racks!

Nivlekzhau says:

that background looks unreal, looks really nice over there. Great stuff
rick

mick mueller says:

I still enjoy my 09 Burners. They don’t seem as chunky as either one. Good
video Rick. As always.

John White says:

The true test comes when Rob Potter checks them out. ;)

KHLthe2nd says:

“There’s nothing more dangerous than a wounded mosquito.” – Roy Spim

David van Dort says:

Came for the club comparison. Stayed for the sick cartwheels.

Tony Rock says:

aeroburner vs XR iron?

sleep99PS3 says:

Lovely cartwheel at 1:01. Haha.

jbss7382 says:

4 yards differences? Is it worth it? I would

MrBucci20 says:

Surely the best iron to get out of the two would be the RSI1 and just get
it fit 1degree stronger? Then you will have the distance and forgiveness as
well as the better looking iron???

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