TaylorMade SpeedBlade Vs RocketBladez Irons

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duke says:

Love your reviews and watch many of them. In the future please don’t put
in those silly special effects. It does nothing and detracts from your
usual excellent reviews.

MwRhfilms says:

Your bad at golf you can’t even hit your irons straight

bryan caves says:

Been out of golf 12 yrs. getting back into it. Had ram Accubar 25 yrs ago,
loved them. I’m about 15 handicap, age 55. Looking for high flight, stick
pin and forgiveness. How does SpeedBlades compare with Ping Karsten?? Or
what would you suggest?? Been hitting G20 lately, not sure how I feel about
them. I want confidence in my clubs. Can you compare these irons?? What do
you think?? Thank You.

Cody V says:

Ok… Not trying to hate or anything but honestly.. Why all the special
effects. I feel like a high school kid got ahold of Final Cut Pro and felt
the need to throw in as many effects as he could because that means better
final product. Less is more. I enjoy the videos a lot more when it is just
focused on the golf, not the shiny lights or the camera noises, or my
personal favorite.. the glitchy dvd. Bu Bu Bu But other than that great
videos, great reviews

cgasucks says:

I hate those special effects. It cheapens your creditability. 

gary bell says:

I bought the tm speed bladez in 3 and 4 iron and had nothing but trouble
with them. Got them 1*upright so had to wait 6weeks for delivery as they
were custom orders. That was no problem, however after 2weeks with them in
the bag the 3iron bent at the hosel. Had to be sent back to Taylor for a
repair which took another 6weeks. Shortly after getting my 3iron back the
4iron did exactly the same, bent at the hosel. I asked if Taylor made would
change the standard stiff shaft for a thicker walled one which would not
bend. They refused saying if I wanted another shaft put on I would have to
pay an upcharge. So another 6weeks to get my club back. during a practice
session at the range just after I got them back in the bag both clubs bent
at the hosel. Great. So again spoke to taylormade about this problem and
finaly they agreed to change the shaft to a kbs. After another 6weeks wait
they sent the clubs back but with totaly the wrong spec. So again back to
taylor. Next problem was that during this time Taylor discontinued the
speedbladez for the new blue version so I had to go through the whole
routine again. Even after all the emails and phone calls they still managed
to mess up my order. Right now I have the new blue model but it is the
wrong length and lie for me. I like taylormade equipment, dont think I am
just hating on them. I used their driver and 3wood and they are great even
the 3and 4 iron were good when they were not broken however the aftersales
for me was terrible. 

Sivawong Bunnalai says:

Bad video effect. It diluted your credential.

Dave Spencer says:

Just bought some Rocketbladez to replace my Callaway X12 (ancient), and all
i can say is wow, I know the lofts are strong but the feeling is great and
the distance is really good, but I suppose that’s what 18 years of
advancement in club design get you, keep up the good work

mark stanford says:

you dream of being mark crossfield

John M says:

You said it Rick, don’t bring so many out TM, give your dumb brains a rest
and let people enjoy their golf clubs for at least a year or 2, all other
manufactures like Ping, Titleist, not sure about Callaway bring new stuff
every 2 years and hold their value more. Taylor made relies on peoples
gullibility to think that new equipment will make them play better. I mean
really 200+ yards thats 185meters with a 6 iron. I hit that with my
standard 4 iron blade, how far would their 3 or four iron go, you don’t
need a driver then because youll hit it out of the golf course, i mean
comon, FFS

RB Ganon says:

+John Malihi just because a new model comes out every 6 months doesn’t make
the old models obsolete. If players are buying new clubs every 6 months or
every year they’re playing golf for the wrong reason. I just bought the
SpeedBlade Irons and this is my first iron upgrade in 5 years. I know
Taylor Made is going to come out with a new model in 6 months but I also
know the clubs I just bought are beautiful, they fit my game and they give
me a bit of a technology boost. If someone can’t enjoy the clubs they have
just knowing there is a new model out, thats a problem with the player, not
the company as far as I’m concerned. 

matt driscoll says:

Hey rick, I’m currently holding a 5 handicap and found a rocketbladez set
for a decent price. I hit the ball relatively straight but can use a few
extra yards out of my irons. I was curious if these seem to be a very
playable iron set for someone who plays a few times a week? Did you find
your distance and distance control to be consistent with them? (not hitting
one shot 200 yards then the next 185.) Thanks for any input. Keep up the
great videos! 

RacerDude78 says:

I don’t wanna sound like a jerk but you’re a teaching professional and out
of ten shots 7 went out of bounds? What do you normally shoot 110?

Justin Williams says:

thanks for the great unbiased review! I bought the rocketbladez for the
same reasons you said. They are great! keep up the good work!

Malayan PJSu says:

Any reasons why I don’t see much comparison of various brand VS Yamaha RMX
Irons . suppose to be rather forgiving and very expensive 

jacob Schonafinger says:

Watching here in Aus. Love your videos mate. If I was to test out a speed
bladez in a storeand liked the feel of it I could be confident of buy the
Rocket Bladez online ( obviously they’re not in store anymore)? Thanks

nick barak says:

due the replay annoying i know this comment wont change your mind but dont
do it too much
its annoying

Golf Equipment Videos says:

Entertaining

TwiztidGypsy says:

Hey Rick, I was wondering what is the average distance a six iron should be
carrying when hit by a beginner like my self? I noticed at the driving
range that my seven iron is barely hitting the 150 mark my six iron is
maybe ten or fifteen more. Is that normal I feel like it should be carrying
much more distance. Thanks in advance for any help you may give me. Keep up
the vids I love your content.

Bindass Guy Unik says:

Hello! Have you thought about the Callabertha Golf Training Wizard, (do a
search on google) I heard some extraordinary things about the results other
golfers have had with it, my work buddy got great results with it. Yeah cut
6 strokes in just a couple of weeks 

knightym06 says:

I really like the look of the speedblades, never had a set of new irons
before so they might be the ones!

Im sure I’ve read that the the speedblades are more consistent with
distance, the older ones we’re said to be a bit inconsistent with centre
strikes going a lot further. I could be wrong buy hey ho

David Bozaan says:

Thanks Rick. Interesting review.

Ben Livesay says:

my rocketbladez are amazing. if i really want to catch one. i can hit my 7
175-180 where it used to be 160

Courtney Smackdown says:

these result aren’t valid because he could have hit them off center or
mishit them and they would not have gone as far. I think that normal day
golfers should go out and experiment thereselves

Turd Ferguson says:

id like to see the numbers these produce with standard lofts, lengths, and
heavier shafts. probably not much different than any other cast iron today.

saintcruzin says:

26o is a strong 5 iron..

Billy Daggett says:

Would like to see the data dispersion with a heavier shaft, to mimic tour
specs. Could you do the same test with different shaft weights and flexes
showing how the shafts can influence ball trajectory and spin?

mcgurk69 says:

Hi rick. I was thinking of buying the speedbladze and matching up with the
SDLR it will be my first proper set so not really sure would this be a good
buy for a 17 hacp cheers 

ThunderJarvis says:

Great review Rick and thanks! I just upgraded to the Rocketbladez Tour last
weekend from my R11s. They are amazing so far. Great ball height and
trajectory and incredible bite on the greens from even 180 yards out.
Reminds me a lot of my old R9 tours with more height. Love them so far! 

Mox_au says:

“a little bit left of target”…*rapes hook off fairway into bushes*
i must remember to say that next time i hit one of those at my local lol

Ken Arakaki says:

Great videos Rick, but please stop those cheesy effects. Your a classic guy


Henry Salvo says:

Rick, great review and I’m in the market. I agree Taylormade should slow
down. Please test the Adams XTD irons. I hit them vs. the Speedblade and
was at least 5 to 10 yards farther in a forged iron. Thanks. Hank

varment01 says:

Do you ever hit the fairway………………

tigerbalm says:

looks liek transformer or Tron?

Jackie Chow says:

I started golf this year, I had a 34.4 handicap on April. I was playing
some old Wilson irons with and r5 driver. Today was my last round of my
season and my handicap is now 19, I was wondering what set of golf clubs I
should get for me being a higher handicap. I had an eye out for Ping i20s.
Thanks

aidanc16 says:

Yeah I agree as well because when ever I watch your videos you’re never
straight? Down the middle of the screen!

MacClellandMan says:

Shot dispersion appeared a bit tighter in the SB over the RB. Does the
trackman say so, Rick? Would also like to know which, SB or RB, posted more
consistent distance intervals 3 thru PW.

Mububban23 says:

Nice reviews, love the Flightscope data, but as many others have said –
please leave ou the unnecessary special effects. One or two swings in slow
motion is always good though.

Rick Shiels PGA says:

It is now live on my channel. Rick

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