TaylorMade Golf SpeedBlade Iron Review

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TaylorMade Golf SpeedBlade Iron Review
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SpeedBlade irons take our Speed Pocket™ to the next level, giving golfers an instrument that will change the nature of their approach shots to help them hit more greens and shoot lower scores. SpeedBlade is radically differently than any other iron in terms of look, speed, launch, spin, feel, sound.

Visually, SpeedBlade irons are striking, combining a two-tone, satin nickel chrome plating with dark smoke satin ion plating (IP). Internally, the key performance feature that separates SpeedBlade from the pack is the Speed Pocket, a handle-bar shaped slot in the sole of the 3-7 irons that enables a large area of the face to flex and rebound at impact, resulting in faster ball speed, higher launch and better feel.

The Speed Pocket performs where golfers need it most. Our research indicates that 72% of shots by 5- to 25-handicappers are impacted below the center of the face, which typically results in low-launching shots of inconsistent distance. The Speed Pocket helps you launch those low-impact shots on a consistently higher, longer carrying and softer-landing flight.

The improved Speed Pocket has been widened and lengthened, giving golfers more face area toward the toe and heel that promotes a high launch angle, strong ball flight and a steep, quick stopping descent angle. The Speed Pocket also features a cut through slot internally, which allows for more flex and rebound on the bottom part of the face, making the SpeedBlade iron set the fastest face TaylorMade has ever created, measuring right up to USGA COR limit.

Critical to the performance and visual appeal of SpeedBlade irons is their progressive shaping throughout the set. The slender topline and sole in the short irons promote better workability, feel and control. The long irons feature a bigger topline to inspire confidence at address, and have each been optimized to promote phenomenal distance as well as fantastic feel and sound, thanks to the vibration-dampening qualities of the Speed Pocket polymer and multi-material badge.

TaylorMade engineers carefully managed the distance-gaps between each SpeedBlade iron by meticulously controlling loft, face thickness, CG location, shaft characteristics, club-length and, most importantly, the behavior of the Speed Pocket. The result is a complete iron set that delivers balanced and consistent gaps between every club. And as drivers, fairway woods and Rescue clubs have evolved to deliver more and more distance, TaylorMade engineers designed SpeedBlade to close the gap between the longest iron and the shortest metalwood in your bag.

New elongated Speed Pocket
Faster face and more ball speed in the center, down low, toward the toe and toward the heel

Lowest CG of any TaylorMade distance iron
Easy to launch on a high and strong flight

Individually engineered heads
Optimized distance, trajectory, control, spin, feel and sound

Advanced head structure, Speed Pocket polymer and multi-material badge
Absorbs unwanted vibration to promote fantastic sound and feel

Balanced distance gaps between each iron
Every iron is valuable; closes gap between longest iron and lowest metalwood

Bending notch
Easier to bend for loft and lie adjustments

26 thoughts on “TaylorMade Golf SpeedBlade Iron Review

  1. Thanks for the review. I noticed you said that these clubs are longer
    shafted than the average clubs. I generally have to add a half inch to my
    irons. Would you suggest adding the extra half inch to these given they
    are longer than normal?

  2. The 3 iron is 17* and i can hit it square almost every time, i could never
    do that with a 2 iron so i don’t know what Taylormade is doing but it

  3. with TM history of releasing new clubs every few months, how can you get
    annoyed when you buy TM’s knowing this.all things aside these clubs are
    very good.Explosive off the face, forgiving and long.yes I know loft and
    lenght but this is an all round soild set.

  4. Hi Rick, love your video’s. I am very intrested in your yellow V blue TM. I
    just spent $1000 on rocketbladz and Im pretty pissed off with TM at the

  5. Rocketbladez are awesome clubs and in my opinion the best cast iron in
    golf. The genius part about it as a distance iron is that distances in the
    long irons are not bunched. With the rocketbladez you get the look of a
    ping I20 with closer forgiveness to the G20 line and for me the Rbladez 4
    iron was 4 yds longer carried higher stopped quicker than my i20 3 iron.
    Looks like the SpeedBlade improves slightly on a great iron

  6. @RickShielsPGAGolf im thinking of investing in a new set of irons what set
    would you recommend from last year or even 2 years ago? im a low 80’s
    player i choose power over accuracy so i like really forgiving irons im
    playing the callaway x20’s right now.

  7. Taylor made don’t make big differences in each club but an little
    difference over 5 year means that eventually there will be a big difference
    and yes Geno dboy you can get fakes for 400 dollars

  8. Garbage! In 6 months they will claim to have a set that will go 20 yards
    further. A 6 iron with 23 degrees of loft perharps. I am all for getting
    more distance but don’t claim it because of some stupid speed slot. It’s
    all in the loft and length. TM are marketing geniues, so I can’t take that
    away from them. Look at all you buying clubs from them every 6 months.

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