TaylorMade R11 irons
The Taylormade R11 Irons
are definitely not blades or a set of tour only clubs. Designed with more forgiveness in mind they appeal to a much larger audience. The TaylorMade R11 irons' short irons have a shallow undercut channel between the face and rear to control feel and CG location, the mid-irons have a moderate undercut, and the long irons have a progressively larger undercut that pulls weight farther back from the face for added forgiveness.
You can not forget the classical Taylormade R11
,inspired by R11 driver innovation, the R11 iron is tuned to perfection. Precision CG placements, ultra-thin faces, a tour sole design and Inverted Cone Technology make R11 our most powerful, playable and refined iron ever.
The R11 Irons
hit the shelves September 1st, 2011 and were engineered for the player who appreciates the shape and refinement of a tour-grade iron but needs the assistance of advanced technology to launch the ball higher, straighter and longer with less effort than their current clubs.
Taylormade R11 Rescue Hybrid
The Taylormade R11 Rescue
is created with the Flight Control Technology which allows you to adjust the club's face, loft and lie for each shot while the lower center of gravity will produce higher launches. This adjustable hybrid looks just as good as it plays with a 4-degree face angle change, a 2-degree loft change, a 2-degree lie angle change and a 1,000 RPM spin change, meaning perfect shots from anywhere on the course.
The Taylormade R11 Hybrid
features the same white head and black face as the R11 driver and fairway and this certainly makes it easy to align, as well as giving the illusion of being larger than it is, which is perfect for this type of club. The steel head is made using a pull-face construction to allow for a thinner clubface for faster ball speeds and minimum weight. The adjustable flight technology enables you to change the face angle by plus or minus 2 degrees and the loft 1 degree up or down to get the right trajectory for you and we woudl recommend going to a fitting centre with a flight monitor to get the right settings for you as you may be surprised with what you end up with.