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1. TaylorMade SpeedBlade irons deliver massive distance
October 15, 2014

In the 2013 U.S. Open the shot of the tournament was Justin Rose’s 4-iron on the final hole. He was one of the only players in the field to reach that green in regulation. His clutch par there helped him claim his first major championship. That 4-iron was a TaylorMade SpeedBlade irons. It is a design property which helps players who hit shots low on the face. That would be an overwhelming percentage of players in the handicap range from 5-25. The result of those low strikes on the face is low trajectory. The Speed Pocket helps those players launch the ball higher. If you’ve never done one o... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

2. Taylormade SLDR driver Vs. SpeedBlade irons Review
October 10, 2014

The SLDR was first played on the PGA Tour in 2013. Since then, it has quickly emerged as the No. 1 driver model on the PGA Tour. At the Humana Challenge, 40 PGA Tour players put the driver in play. The Taylormade SLDR driver review becomes the first driver to earn five stars in the categories of: Performance, Innovation, Look/Sound/Feel and Demand. The driver results of the 2014 Golf Digest Hotlist test are consistent with what we have seen over the last five months with not only PGA Tour players, but golfers of all skill levels. Because of the low and forward center of gravity placemen... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

3. Best price TaylorMade SLDR irons is Released
October 09, 2014

When TaylorMade launched its TaylorMade SLDR irons reviews, the company said it anticipated the new iron would receive strong interest from its TOUR staff. Less than a week into its PGA TOUR debut and six players in the HP Byron Nelson Championship field are already giving the iron a hard look. According to TaylorMade Tour reps, four sets of irons were initially sent to TPC Four Seasons Resort for this week's tournament. Due to additional interest from John Huh, D.A. Points and Spencer Levin, TaylorMade had additional sets built and shipped to the course. All three are expected to test ... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

4. The Successful TaylorMade SpeedBlade irons hit PGA Tour
October 08, 2014

The PGA Tour is back in action. TaylorMade is back in the headlines with the clubmaker's latest unveiling. Following buzz over the last 12 months surrounding the recent Taylormade SLDR Driver for sale, TaylorMade has unveiled its new SpeedBlade irons. Meant to succeed the RocketBladez, the TaylorMade SpeedBlade Irons reviews reportedly feature an enhanced 'speed pocket' which can contribute towards improved club head speed, distance and flight. The SpeedBlade irons also feature a center of gravity that's lower than the RocketBladez. With the company's release of the Taylormade R1 ... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

5. Low-Handicap Golfers Prefer Taylormade Speedblade Graphite irons
September 27, 2014

I switched from RBZ to Taylormade Speedblade Graphite irons. The results are 15 more yards, easier swing and very accurate. I feel like I am forty again, hit the 7 iron 160 yards carry, I am 69 years young. They are not that hard to curve the ball either, but the flight is at least 10% higher and soft landing. The SpeedBlade irons have a two-tone, satin nickel chrome plating with dark smoke satin ion plating that looks great. TaylorMade touts its latest Speed Pocket as “a deep slot behind the clubface that allows the face to flex and rebound faster, increasing your ball speed and launch an... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

6. Shaft Angle of your Taylormade Golf Irons
September 25, 2014

The flight of your ball can be a very good indication what your club’s shaft angle was at impact. If your ball flight is too low, this could mean your shaft angle at address and impact was leaning to far forward. For example, if you’re using a standard 34 degree, 7 iron and your shaft was leaning 5 degrees forward, then you have reduced your TaylorMade SLDR Irons to only 29 degrees of loft. For most golfers this excessive shaft lean will produces a shot that is less accurate and too low. The flip side of this is the ball will go further because the golfer has essentially ... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

7. Solid TaylorMade Tour Preferred CB Irons 2014 Review
September 24, 2014

TaylorMade has released its long-awaited line of 2014 Tour Preferred CB, MC and MB irons. My handicap has remained the same - I'm not playing as much as previously so look forward to when I can get back properly! The TaylorMade Tour Preferred CB Irons 2014 are the largest of the Tour Preferred irons and feature a cast construction. The 3 through 7 irons have TaylorMade’s refined handle-bar shaped Speed Pocket, while the 8 iron through ‘A wedge’ do not. The 3 through 6 irons are cast from 17-4 stainless steel, while the 7 iron through A wedge are cast from 431 stainless steel. I hit these... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

8. How and Why: Trapping Your Golf Iron Shots
September 19, 2014

Pure contact with the TaylorMade RocketBladez Irons requires a downward clubhead path that “traps” the ball against the turf. The ball is compressed between ground and clubface, maximizing velocity and spin and producing a penetrating trajectory. Watch the pros on TV. Better yet, listen closely when they play iron shots. You’ll hear the ball hitting the club very crisply, yes, but you’ll also notice the sound of the clubhead ripping through the turf. That’s the beautiful sound of a well-trapped iron. Low-handicap amateurs usually trap the ball, too, if not quite as consistently as t... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

9. Choosing a Set of Irons that Will Improve Your Golf Game
September 18, 2014

Most golfers have a favorite iron in their wholesale golf clubs. It might be the 7-iron, or perhaps the 5. It is rarely the 2- or 3-iron. For most golfers, these clubs are simply too difficult to hit well, consistently. Somewhere along the way, that favorite taylormade speedblade irons for sale became a confidence club. The golfer hit it solidly time after time, or made a memorable shot with it once, and that club became the chosen one. Can you get to where you have confidence in ping g25 irons for sale? Maybe even your 2 or 3? Yes, you can. It’s just a matter of picking th... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

10. The SLDR driver and SpeedBlade irons are David Lynn's Bag
September 12, 2014

Like many other tour players, David Lynn put the new TaylorMade SLDR driver straight in the bag. He first saw the driver around the time of the Open Championship. It’s a different sort of driver to the Taylormade R11s driver that he was using previously. The head says 10.5 on it but he has it set at 11 degrees compared to the 10 degree setting he was using on the R11s. You can see that there is less spin on the ball through the air, it is a hotter looking flight. David Lynn says, "It has more of a meaty sound to it, which I like. I certainly doesn’t spin as much, which is a good thing if... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

11. TaylorMade SpeedBlade irons versus Burner 2.0 irons
August 31, 2014

There are those in golf who feel regulatory restrictions have made it very difficult for equipment makers to innovate any more. And the introduction of the latest TaylorMade iron line – the taylormade burner 2.0 irons - is a very much a manifestation of that attitude. It is a follow-up to the successful Burner iron that was launched 18 months ago, and company officials say it offers a number of improvements on the original. As for the mid irons, the weight there is distributed more evenly and slightly higher to promote workability and forgiveness. And in the short irons, it is pos... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

12. Good player with TaylorMade SLDR Irons with fatter soles
August 26, 2014

In the past year Taylormade has been releasing their new line of Drivers, Hybrids, and Fairway Woods under the name "SLDR". Now Taylormade has designed a new TaylorMade SLDR Irons under the same name. Let's take a look at these new irons that Taylormade has claimed. The SLDR irons' classically shaped and sized club head has universal visual appeal. It incorporates our new Speed Pocket with Thru Slot Technology, which produces fast ball speed and high launch across the face for distance and consistency, while also promoting soft feel and sound. Can the TaylorMade new Irons... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

13. TaylorMade hot clubs: Taylormade R11S, R11 and Speedblade irons
August 12, 2014

For the past few weeks there has been talk and speculation about a new iron coming from TaylorMade. O'Hair was spotted using taylormade r11 irons with a camouflage badge in the cavity area. The R11 irons are engineered with multiple technologies that make them stunningly easy to launch high and long. Technologies that we developed while building the best metal woods in the world, like ways to make thin, fast faces, and methods to expand the COR zone, and techniques for precisely locating the center of gravity. The ultra-thin face construction of the R11 irons promotes faster ball speed ... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

14. TaylorMade's fastest SpeedBlade irons Review
August 06, 2014

The SpeedBlade is specifically designed to improve those shots. To be honest, I like its technology very much. The key technology in the new Taylormade SpeedBlade irons is the Speed Pocket, featured on the 3 to 7 iron. The handle-bar shaped slot in the sole of the irons allows the face to flex at impact, increasing ball speed and launch. TaylorMade's research found that over 70% of shots hit by golfers with a handicap between 5 and 25, are struck below the center of the face. This type of strike typically results in lower launching, inconsistent shots. These slots provides even more flex in... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

15. Why PGA Tour players Like Playing TaylorMade SpeedBlade?
July 31, 2014

TaylorMade unveiled its Taylormade SpeedBlade irons for sale. Its noticeable feature is the slot cut into the sole of the 3- through 7-irons. TaylorMade says this updated design allows the clubface to flex more effectively at impact, broadening the sweetspot. The Taylormade speedblade succeed the RocketBladez irons and feature an enhanced "Speed Pocket." The TaylorMade RocketBladez Irons for sale also featured a slot cut into the sole, but the new model's Speed Pocket is 3 millimeters longer. It's also slightly wider and extends back in the heel and toe areas. That, TaylorMade... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

16. TaylorMade upgrades slotted iron with SpeedBlade irons
July 24, 2014

When TaylorMade launches a new product, it likes to make a splash. When it launches a new product that it likens in significance to the original metalwood and the original movable-weight r7, it brings in the heavy artillery. The new cheap taylormade rocketbladez irons is a cutting-edge game-improvement club designed to launch the ball exceptionally high and far. The Taylormade SpeedBlade is a game-improvement iron designed to build upon the successful RocketBladez platform or marrying a thin face with a "speed pocket" (a slot in the sole of the club that is in the 3- through... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

17. Phil Mickelson not discouraged
July 15, 2014

HOYLAKE, England -- Phil Mickelson had to return the Claret Jug on Monday morning at Royal Liverpool, but he still has the memories of his Open Championship victory a year ago. And he has a recording of his final-round 66 just in case with Callaway Apex forged irons. "[I have] the exact same feelings as what took place during the event," Mickelson said Monday at Royal Liverpool, where the 143rd Open Championship begins Thursday. "Those emotions get brought out when I watch it. ... I watch it when I have a chance and need a little confidence boost." Mickelson, 44, c... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

18. TaylorMade SLDR irons versus SpeedBlade irons
July 06, 2014

The flagship SLDR franchise at TaylorMade, which has grown steadily since its introduction, is about to undergo a massive expansion. On Monday, the company showed off its forthcoming Taylormade SLDR TP driver, fairway woods and rescue clubs along with the first edition of SLDR irons. The TaylorMade SLDR Irons, like the new SLDR S woods, are designed for golfers of all skill levels. The 3- through 7-irons include the Speed Pocket, a narrow slot cut in the sole intended to generate more face flex, that is also found in other recent TaylorMade irons like the RocketBladez, while the 8- and 9-ir... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

19. TaylorMade SpeedBlade Irons versus SLDR Irons Review
June 26, 2014

With a deep, undercut cavity behind the thin face and the ThruSlot cutting entirely through the clubhead, TaylorMade believe the Taylormade SLDR irons create even more flex and speed at impact. The SLDR iron’s classically shaped and sized clubhead has universal visual appeal. It incorporates our new SpeedPocket with ThruSlot Technology, which produces fast ball speed and high launch across the face for distance and consistency, while also promoting soft feel and sound. On the surface, the SLDR irons may look like game improvement clubs, but TaylorMade have given the irons a modern, ... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

20. Taylormade's great speedblade irons Review
June 24, 2014

TaylorMade took a deep breath during the PGA Tour's off week, and kicked off BMW Championship Week on Monday night with an event to take the wraps off its latest creation – TaylorMade SpeedBlade Irons. The TaylorMade SpeedBlade continues the TaylorMade trend of cutting Speed Pockets into their clubheads, as found in such clubs as the RocketBladez irons and RocketBallz woods. The Speed Pocket is a deep slot that runs from heel to toe on the sole just behind the clubface that allows the face to flex and rebound faster. That, TaylorMade says, increases ball speed and elevates the launch... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

21. Streelman sets birdie record in win
June 22, 2014

CROMWELL, Conn. -- As much as Kevin Streelman enjoys the back nine at TPC River Highlands, even he didn't think he what he accomplished Sunday was possible. Streelman birdied the last seven holes to win the Travelers Championship by a stroke, shooting his second straight 6-under 64 to finish at 15-under 265 with TaylorMade SpeedBlade Irons. "It's probably my favorite nine holes on the PGA Tour," Streelman said. "But you can't plan for something like that to happen. It just kind of falls into place." He broke the tour record for consecutive closing birdies by a winn... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

22. TaylorMade designers give SLDR irons a classic shape
June 13, 2014

To help with sound and feel, the cut-thru slot is filled with an advanced vibration-dampening polymer; a shock-absorbing badge was also positioned in the back cavity to improve feel. TaylorMade designers gave SLDR irons a classic shape with a thinner topline and sole. While the iron has the SLDR name, it shares similar traits to TaylorMade's SpeedBlade iron that was unveiled last year at the BMW Championship. The ThruSlot extends all the way through the bottom cavity, and works in conjunction with the ultra-thin clubface and deep undercut to promote tremendous face-flex at impact. Compar... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

23. Taylormade tour preferred cb irons 2014 Review
June 10, 2014

Of the three new Tour Preferred irons that TaylorMade has released, the cavity-backed Taylormade tour preferred cb irons 2014 is the most player-friendly, forgiving set of the bunch. This CB iron is designed fairly similarly to the TaylorMade SpeedBlade Irons in terms of the performance package. Typically on an iron, the bottom is very rigid and there is a lot of lost ball speed when you hit it there. The new Speed Pocket design is really flexible, so you get a lot of extra ball speed on shots hit lower in the face. TaylorMade said the inclusion of the slot gives the Tour Preferred CB ir... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

24. Bubba Watson: Pinehurst tough test
June 10, 2014

PINEHURST, N.C. -- Calling the greens "unfriendly" and referring to the area outside the fairways as "weeds," Masters champion Bubba Watson expects a long week at Pinehurst No. 2, where the U.S. Open begins Thursday. Watson will attempt to become the rare player to win the Masters and U.S. Open in the same year, but he was making no bold predictions after a couple of days of practice. "It's a tough test of golf," Watson said. "For me personally it's going to be all about the tee shots. I'm going to try to lay farther back than normal. It's still iffy --... (read more)

Author: jessica delia

25. Ways to Best Take the Wrists out of the Putting Stroke
June 06, 2014

In general, top players have removed a ‘wristy’ action from their armoury and replaced it with a stroke which sees the hands, wrists, arms and shoulders working as one unit. Here are three ways to help take the wrists out of the putting stroke. Left wrist towards the target: This is something advocated by short game god Phil Mickleson and should help players whose left wrist breaks down through impact. When putting, feel like the back of the left wrist (for right handed golfers) remains in front of the TaylorMade SpeedBlade Irons head through impact and remains in front whilst t... (read more)

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