TaylorMade RSi TP Irons
TaylorMade RSi TP Irons
RSi TP Iron Set
Tour Irons With Revolutionary Face Slot Technology
The TaylorMade RSi TP Irons feature revolutionary Face Slot Technology providing more uniform flex across the face that protects ball speed and generates more distance on off-center hits toward the heel and toe. In addition, the Speed Pocket adds even more consistency on mis-hits lower on the face.
The RSi TP Iron features a Tour-proven shape with its compact head size, minimal offset, and thin top line. Shot-shaping, incredible speed, and maximum forgiveness allows this iron to take your game to the next level.
- Revolutionary Face Slot Technology in the 3-7 iron provides increased distance control by protecting ball speed on off-center hits toward the heel and toe
- Speed Pocket with Technology in the 3-7 iron provides more consistent launch conditions and ball speed protection on shots below the center of the face
- Advanced two-piece welded construction for amazing feel and performance:
- Forged carbon steel face and hosel for precise shaping and soft, solid feel
- Precision shaped back bar forms the Speed Pocket and undercut while ensuring ideal mass properties
- Tour-proven shaping with compact head size, minimal offset and thin topline
- Trusted KBS Tour Steel Shaft provides optimum stability, feel and control
TaylorMade RSi TP Irons Expert Review
Written By: Bob Gomavitz
New for 2015, the RSi line up features face slot technology on the 3-7 irons. This technology provides ball speed control with off-center hits, towards both the heel and the toe areas. The speed slot technology on the sole (which is also on the 3-7 irons) results in more consistent launch conditions and ball speed protection on shots below the center of the face. The RSi TP irons have a solid, yet soft feel, and are made from a two-piece welded construction with a forged face and hosel area.
Who's It For?
Players irons are for touring and club pros, skilled amateurs and traditionalists. While they offer the greatest feel and maneuverability, with a smaller sweet spot than game improvement irons they are also the toughest to hit consistently.
Having tested and reviewed the RSi 1 model for Golfwrx last year, I was very interested in how the RSi TP’s would compare to the much larger game improvement RSi 1s. The high, polished head has that classic look at address you see from any MB style head. However, they also incorporate some game improvement features on the back side that provided me with a super-solid feeling and awesome feedback. The ball jumped off the face, and with consistent distances. The ball flight seemed on the high side, but still very flat and appealing. I really felt the mass behind the ball with the RSi TP cavity design, which you do not get from a MB styled head. I have to say, this club really wowed me!
Club Tested: 7-Iron; Shaft: KBS Tour; Loft: 34°Read the 2015 Players Iron Guide