Earlier in the year, the Taylormade company introduced the Tour Preferred line of clubs which featured muscle backs, muscle cavities, and cavity back models. While consumers should be able to find a set that fits their game there, the company has given us one more option, the Taylormade SLDR irons for sale.
I think that these clubs have really good looks. Obviously many people, myself included, prefer the smaller, sleeker shapes of blades or irons with slight cavity backs, but these aren't far off. While many clubs in the game improvement category have super thick top lines or massive amounts of offset, the SLDR irons more resemble a players club that has been blown up just a bit.
At address, I feel that the clubs hide their size. While they are larger than the Taylormade Tour Preferred irons 2014, the top lines are only marginally thicker and the amount of offset is kept pretty low. Even in the long irons, you can't see the cavity at address. There is enough meat behind the ball to give you the confidence that you can't miss without having so much that you feel like you could dig a hole with them.
Compared to my previous set of Taylormade R11 irons, these clubs are longer, not by a lot, but still longer. If I had to put a number on it, I'd say somewhere around 1/2 a club compared to my previous set, so a 7 iron would put me at 155 yards instead of 150. What is probably more important is the consistency in which shots travel the same distance. It does no good to have a 7 iron that you can blast out there a long ways if it only goes that distance some of the times.
With the SLDR irons, there is less doubt on those shots and I feel much more comfortable over the ball on those 180 yard shots. Overall, its a simple design from a looks perspective and one I generally like.
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