TaylorMade RSi 2 Irons Review

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Forged and Tungsten Technology Meets Face Slots

Even great golfers have mis-hits. It’s part of the game. TaylorMade studies show that 76% of shots hit by golfers are mis-hits. So our engineers set out to design the ultimate iron to help golfers have better mis-hits. The desired results? You’re going to hit more greens, and shoot lower scores because your misses will be better. RSi Irons are the first irons ever to Feature FaceSlot Technology which provides uniform flexion across the face protecting ball speed and generating more consistent distance on off-center hits. Face Slot Technology is featured in the 3-8 iron with two slots located near the heel & toe of the clubface. At address, the irons look striking and give golfers ultimate confidence.

And while RSi 2 provides the ultimate performance on shots hit away from the center of the clubface, the irons are infused with all of the speed and distance Tour Pros and amateurs alike have come to demand from TaylorMade.

RSi2 irons are loaded with progressive multi-material technology and refined shaping to provide playability and precision for all golfers. The long irons have tungsten low in the toe for higher launch and more ballspeed. In the mid irons we’ve placed high-strength, thin-face steel construction for high speed and consistency. The shorts irons Forged carbon steel face with milled grooves for soft feel and control that the better player demands. A fully forged 1025 carbon steel wedge for optimum feel and precision round out the most complete set of irons we’ve ever created.

RSi2 features an improved Speed Pocket with ThruSlot Technology in the 3-7 irons which increase launch angle and ball speed on all shots. The Speed Pocket gives golfers ball speed protection on shots below the center of the face, furthering better performance on mis-hits.

Combine all of that with our thinnest face, deep undercut and Inverted Cone Technology and RSi 2 gives golfers maximum face speed for maximum consistent distance. Our engineers have also improved sound and feel via advanced construction & multiple dampening systems. The exclusive KBS Tour 105 Shaft provides tour-caliber performance at a lighter weight for optimum blend of speed, stability and accuracy.

We all know that in golf nobody’s perfect, even the best players in the world miss from time to time. RSi combines the technology of a distance iron with the look and feel of a players iron to appeal to a wide range of golfers.

-Revolutionary Face Slot Technology in the 3-8 iron provides more uniform flexion across the face that protects ball speed and generates more distance on off-center hits toward the heel & toe

-Speed Pocket with ThruSlot Technology in the 3-7 iron provides ball speed protection on shots below the center of the face and increases launch angle and ball speed

-Progressive Multi-Material Construction:

-LONG IRONS: Tungsten low in the toe for higher launch and more ballspeed

-MID IRONS: High-strength, thin-face steel construction for high speed and consistency

-SHORT IRONS: Forged carbon steel face with milled grooves for soft feel and control

-WEDGES: Fully forged 1025 carbon steel wedge for optimum feel and precision

-Exclusive KBS Tour 105 Shaft provides tour-caliber performance at a lighter weight for optimum blend of speed, stability and accuracy

Comments

garry phoenix says:

Hi Rick, I thought the lofts were strong on the S55 I´m surprised they hit
a little shorter than the RSI, be good to see how the RSITP version
compares.

Rick Shiels PGA says:

Video: TaylorMade RSi 2 Irons Review #FreshContent

Vici Martynov says:

Hmmmm these i do not like at all – cant help thinking that it is very
misguided innovation (I refer to your test comments about twisting in off
centre strikes). Speed slots are increasing distance off centre but the
light material is reducing off centre inertia hence increasing twisting –
as far as I can see, all other major manufacturers are increasing off
centre performance by increasing toe and heel loading with expensive and
exotic heavy metals after their success in driver technology – it may still
have only lost 10 yards but it has missed by 20 yards so that is probably a
loss of over 25 yards – besides that the slots look hideous, you may not
see them down by the ball but i can see a row of them in the bag!!! The
problem for TaylorMade is that suddenly the competition looks formidable –
especially Srixon in this hot category. – As for me, I would find these
useless as they would ruin my short to medium game – with normal irons i am
perfectly distanced and gapped for the short par 3s. With these i would be
overshooting the greens and having a 30 yard gap at least to my bladed
wedges. Also if i miss hit the ball I expect and desire to be punished. How
else will I ever improve my strike? The best teacher in the world is a pair
of stinging hands – I have completely lost interest in TalylorMade, I think
the baton has moved on to other manufacturers ;-)

Coco Gamer says:

Do a video

Taylormade Speed blades vs Taylormade rsi

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