Conclusion: A great set for mid to high handicap players. Very high launch for slower swing speed players - mid to high 80 mph. Very wide sole, so turf interations from the rough suffer, however, from a fairway lie, they are dynamite. Launches with a slight draw bias. Moderate offset, thick top line is hollow and frosted to reduce appearane. Like these so much bought the driver on close out.
r7 Irons – maybe the best looking irons on the market!
boggybop, Today's Golfer
23 June 2009
Excerpt: Strengths: Aesthetically pleasing, great design which looks amazing in any bag. Grips which survive the wettest of conditions. Irons provide optimal forgiveness but don’t rob distance. Weakness: The shafts did go rusty, but TM were more than happy to swap them.
Excerpt: I had a poor first round with these, because they were so different to my old ones. The ball flight and spin is incredible. They just seem to swing more qickly, and they have increased my confidece and ball striking, I even now go for shots I would never have gone for without these, they give you a great feeling of massive confidence.
Excerpt: I changed from Graphite rac LT's to these clubs in steel and already I have noticed a more accurate swing and consistant striking of the ball. It is obvious why all the pro's use steel shafts more reliable for a fast swinger.
Excerpt: Bought these irons 4 months ago and am very pleased with the results. Great short irons very easy to hit and i am now generating backspin with these up to and including my 7 iron. Mid irons are forgiving and the ball high and penetrating. long irons i struggle with but tend to use a rescue instead of a 3 iron. Handicap has now dropped from 25 to 19.