We recently tested the TaylorMade RSi 1 irons and were quite impressed. They had good distance and were extremely forgiving. The RSi2 irons were very similar as they were forgiving and had even better distance. So the next question was to see how the RSi TP Forged version performed.
As most of you already know, the new RSi line of irons from TaylorMade have groundbreaking technology called face slots. While past clubs have had similar inserts, they weren’t quite what TaylorMade has come up with. In case you haven’t been paying attention, face slots are basically an insert into the face of the irons to assist with forgiveness on mishits and give them a spring like feel. Below is a diagram to see exactly what I’m talking about.
“Face Slot Technology provides greater consistency across the face, giving players improved performance on mis-hits,” said Tomo Bystedt, TaylorMade’s Director of Product Creation for Irons, Putters & Wedges. “No golfer is perfect, not even the best players in the world hit the center of the club every time. So with RSi, we’re giving all golfers a technology that can help their mis-hits perform more like pure strikes.”
As most of you know, we are good friends with Rick Shiels and love posting his reviews and golf tips here at Bunkers Paradise. In this video review of the TaylorMade RSi TP Forged Irons, Rick will walk you through the looks, feel and performance.
- RSi TP Forged are for the better player
- Face Slots are Slightly Smaller than the RSi-1 and RSi-2
- Clean Forged Look
- Face Slots Give Added Confidence
- TP Version is more for feel and control
- Slightly Louder Sounding
Let’s take a closer look at the TaylorMade RSi TP Forged Irons with Rick Shiels. Enjoy the video review.
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