TaylorMade RSi 1 Irons Review

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Nobody's Perfect, but with RSi, we can all get Closer

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 series 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.

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And while RSi1 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. RSi1 feature 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, further improving performance on mis-hits.

Combine all of that with our thinnest face, deep undercut and Inverted Cone Technology and RSi1 gives golfers maximum face speed for maximum consistent distance. Our engineers have also improved sound and feel via advanced construction & multiple sound management systems. And the new Reax 90 steel shaft from True Temper helps to optimize ball flight for ultimate distance and performance.

We all know that in golf nobody's perfect, even the best players in the world miss from time to time. RSi1 can help all golfers get closer and get you starting to love your mis-hits.

-NEW Face Slot Technology in the 3-8 iron provide uniform flexion across the face protecting ball speed and generating more consistent distance on off-center hits.

-Improved 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 on all shots

-Advanced Face Design-our thinnest face, deep undercut and Inverted Cone Technology combined promote maximum face speed and consistency.

See also  TaylorMade SLDR Irons

-Improved sound and feel through advanced construction & multiple dampening systems.

-New Reax 90 steel shaft from True Temper helps to optimize ball flight for ultimate distance and performance.


nigel Turner says:

it makes be laugh of the brand snobby that goes on these post

Luke Warmwater says:

Hello Rick!!! Love your reviews and thanks!!
I am around a 10-12 handicapper……
shooting r11 irons with c-taper 120’s….
have a question for you……I am thinking of upgrading to the RSI irons.
which would suit me? RSI 1 or RSI 2?
and would upgrading be worth it?

Ben Crawford [golf shots] says:

Got these irons! Unbelievable! 

TheGamingSpud says:

I have the ping karstens in 7 iron same loft as RSI 1 but I’m launching it
at 27°. Is this to high for a 7 iron? I have soft reg shaft and usually
carry 130 yards if that helps.

Niall Lamont says:

Just got theses custom fitted

Vici Martynov says:

Hmmm i dont think I will comment on these ones as the other model is
probably more my market interest – but I have to say they look horrible
with these slots – when you consider that the competition for these
suddenly looks awsome with the very pretty Srixon hot irons, Nike Vapor
Power irons and the new Mizunos – I cant help thinking that Taylormade is
losing its way – up till a year or so ago i loved their products and now I
dislike most of it – to my eye these are very ugly – glad to see Ninja
reads my posts, the most sincere form of flattery eh – giggles 

Eric D says:

We all know about the loft inflation, (or deflation I guess), but as a
point of reference vs some older clubs I have around the house at 30° that
7 is slightly stronger than a Ping s58 6 iron from about 2007, and
identical to a Hogan Apex II 5 iron from like 1979. Guess it doesn’t really
matter, but it bothers me for some reason though. 

B Mo says:

Rick. You said you were going to do a comparison with the Rsi 1 vs the
Speedblades. Where is it?

TheBagBalm says:

Do a miura iron review next please.


Nice video Rick when will these be out on the market. And did you give away
the shoes yet?

mike hunt says:

Can you please do the callaway apex irons please ???
Taylor made lol what a sham they are 

gbvoul says:

Forget skill. just use clubs that allow you to suck

Sgt Pepper says:

Like the info u put up on the screen Rick…

Michael Rolton says:

Loved the video Rick. Keep them coming. Slight irony here. Strong iron
lofts from a company which asks golfers to loft up. RSI also stands for
Repetitive Strain Injury. 

N LS says:

TaylorMade have a new model out! Has it been six weeks already?! ;)

Matthew Collins says:

No thanks. Ill stick to mizuno. TM are a joke

XesserX says:

TaylorMade have made both Mark Crossfield and Rick Shiels irons now!
Looking forward to the TaylorMade PF irons or TaylorMade MAMG irons next!

Alan Dye says:

No Thanks….

TM seems to be getting more and more gimmicky….I’ve not been impressed
with their equipment for quit awhile.

I good club fitting will do more than getting these (IMO)

I’ll stick with my S55’s.

cgasucks says:

TM’s clubs are starting too look more like Wal-Mart clubs now..

SatsumaBomb says:

Only true way to see if it works is to try them out yourself. Buy clubs
based upon how you hit rather than who makes them I say 

Sumit Aggarwal says:

Just tried these vs Speedblades. Used the same shaft on both clubs and

John White says:

I bought the T.M. RBZ max irons several months back at a fairly low price.
Maybe I should take them to a machine shop and have speed slots put in
them? j/k – they would probably break! :)

Bill Cavanaugh says:

Would love to see a comparison of these new irons vs. a G30 or similar on
toe/heel hits. Can’t believe the face slots do that much. Lots of
marketing stuff if you ask me!

stumpyslvr says:

Thanks for another good review.Looking forward to the new Titleist 915

Golf Buddy says:

There’s only one slot I want on my face lol

lotxa nol says:

Mar Crossfield said the same with tp mc irons

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