TaylorMade Rocket Bladez Tour TaylorMade MC irons

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TaylorMade Rocket Bladez Tour TaylorMade MC irons reviewed by Mark Crossfield PGA professional AskGolfGuru. Mark hits the two better player irons from TaylorMade golf and talks about who might get the most out of these tour irons. TaylorMade RocketBladez tour and the Tour preferred MC irons are aimed at the better player or the stronger ball strikers.

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Comments

judoguy33 says:

Hey Mark, thanks for the videos. I’m looking at getting the mc’s vs. the
rocketbladez. I play the Taylormade RAC now, but am looking for more
workablity (fade,draw). How well can you work the ball with these? Thanks

Todd Waller says:

Still hard to beat the Taylormade R7TP. Switched to Mizuno a few years
back, but still like taking my old R7TPs out every once and a while. They
are still really good clubs. Really enjoy your videos. 

ieatcrete111 says:

I really enjoyed the MC forged when I hit them a while back. unlike most
taylormades I found that their lofts are fairly uh… normal, which is
something that I really look for. I eventually went for the Nike VR pro
combo because they felt a bit softer and the bladed, thinner short and mid
irons are amazing for control around the green.

Bryan Settle says:

I have played the MC in 5-7 since they came out and I tested the new Tour
and I did not get a real increase in distance. Maybe a couple of yards, but
with identical lofts, very similar distance. I am sticking to my forged set
of 8-PW MB and 5-7 MC for this year.

gbvoul says:

Bunker attire < potato sack

Matthew Tabor says:

The TOUR Rocketbladez have the same lofts as normal. its the Standard
Rocketbladez that have the long shafts.

Adam Huckeby says:

Mark Great video as usual. I have a request for video. RFE vs 913 d3. Same
size head generally and if possible in the same shaft. As the RFE is .5
inches longer. Tons of talk on forums about RFE being HOTTER than all the
new drivers. From your videos I dont really think thats true. If i had your
consistent swing I’d test my self on track man. Hope you can do a video
like you did for 913 vs 910. Very much appreciate the help. best , Adam

oooolalo says:

35 yrs…HAHAHA!!

Edward Palermo says:

Great vid… Just god Rocketbladez Tour… hate the name but look instills
confidence

PaddanL1 says:

6-iron Rocketbladez: 26.5 loft, 37.625 inches long. 6-iron Rocketbladez
Tour: 29.5 loft, 37.25 inches long. Are you saying that the standard
Rocketbladez are not jacked?

jamieboytellem says:

Love the mc forged!!

Jim Campbell says:

you hit the first one with the rocketbladez fat? divot way behind the ball

luckigolfer says:

It’s hard to beat Mizzuno irons

therobbieunited says:

Quit cheeky aren’t they ,good to know,cheers

pmc820 says:

the MCs are the ugliest clubs I’ve ever seen.

HD GUNZz says:

Im gettng the roketbladez cavity backs your vidios have really helped me on
improving my golf thaks Mark

Matthew Gray says:

Love my mcs wouldnt change

therobbieunited says:

Should they not be the same iron,using a 6 and 7 iron not give you a
different fell?Or are they the same and im reading it wrong?

Xander kiddo says:

hi mark, im a handicap 6 rite now and im getting new clubs, which wld u
recommend for me to get; TaylorMade RocketBladez Tour or Titleist AP2
irons? and it would great if you could make a video about it

ND Hickman says:

I’m severely tempted to switch my Mizuno MP52’s for these Rocketbladez Tour
soon.

Mark Lee says:

Hi Mark,im a 10 handicap i currently play with taylormade tp irons and im
thinking about changing, what would u consider bein a good solid iron, easy
to hit and a great feel ? thanks

Irene Schiller says:

From other comments, if there is 2.5 degrees less loft and you say the Golf
Guru says they go the same distance then the face must be less active than
the MCs? Are there any club robot test comparisons of the two?

Kenneth Stroupe says:

Gave the Tours a try, they are a solid iron but not my preference of looks
and feels. A little bit to chunky and “hard” feeling, still in love with my
MP-68s don’t see myself changing for a long time.

Jackie Bee says:

I found out the KBS Tour S version is slightly stiffer than the s300 and
has a higher launch angle. I actually compared the s300 shaft on my 7iron
cci forged s300 to the 7i Rocketblazes KBS and notice that the steps go
further down the shaft on the KBS. Not sure if that means a lower kick
higher ball flight?

GolfTube72 says:

I’m guessing you play Taylormade clubs. Where did you hear this from?

randomyoutubename002393 says:

he has buddy. do your research.

raffazbsc says:

Hi mark can you compare the mp64 and titleist cb thanks

james eadie says:

please calm your dress sense down, I know you get freebies… but be cool .
. dork gear is and should be avoided . .

unnervingfalcon says:

What people should know is that the Rocketballz irons go further because
each iron is 2.5 degrees flatter or less loft. This was tested at my local
golf club maker. Don’t believe the rest of the bull Taylormade is saying.

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