TaylorMade R9 TP Irons for Better-Player
The R9 gives that player looking for a classic shape and size a clean, workable head design. With its inverted cone design that promotes fast and consistent ball speed, the R9TP iron is a low handicaps dream.
Progressive changes in head construction and face thickness from short-irons to long-irons increases control in short-irons & ball-speed in long-irons. KBS Tour Series steel shafts engineered to promote increased stability and energy transfer.
The Taylor Made R9 TP Irons provide serious performance technologies in a classic players shape and size. Classic head shape with new hosel-blend provides a clean, beautiful, and workable head design that for appeal to the skilled players eye.
TAYLOR MADE R9 TP FEATURES:
1, Velocity-Control Chamber (VCC) delivers a significant increase in COR to promote distance.
2, Progressive changes in head construction and face thickness from short-irons to long-irons results in increased control for short-irons and increased ball speed in long-irons.
3, Inverted Cone Technology in 2-5 irons provide fast and consistent ball speed across the clubface.
4, KBS 90-gram steel shafts and Fujikura Motore graphite shafts provide premium stock shaft options for every player type.
5, USGA approved grooves.
PROS: Among the longer, more forgiving models; short irons, in particular, go up to one club longer on solid hits; shots get airborne very easily and fly on a high trajectory; compact head with a slightly thicker topline is appealing in address position.
CONS: Lacks crisp feel on finesse shots; some testers find other models easier to maneuver; not necessarily a seamless transition feel-wise throughout the set.
TaylorMade successfully launched the new Burner irons in early 2009, touting them as the longest, most-powerful irons the company had ever produced.
Those clubs will continue to be available in 2010, but for players who are looking for more workability and control, TaylorMade is releasing the new R9 and R9 TP irons.
One of the most unique features of the R9 irons is something you can’t see—a chamber behind the face of the club that is filled with an almost-weightless foam and a silicone shock absorber positioned directly behind the center of the face in the 3- through 6-irons. While the foam and shock absorber help to soak up unwanted vibration, TaylorMade claims the design also leaves the face more free to flex at impact and rebound—like a thin-faced driver—for added distance.
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