Watch: Golfmagic tests the new TaylorMade RSi irons at Weybrook Park Golf Club

Andy Roberts's picture
Wed, 15 Oct 2014

TaylorMade RSi 2

As for the better player RSi 2, replacing the SLDR and RocketBladez Tour irons, you've got even sexier looks with more of a streamlined head, and it also comes with a KBS Tour shaft as standard which is something I'm much more accustomed to.

Again, Face Slot Technology and an improved Speed Pocket are in action here and there is great alignment with the face slots.

The significant difference in performance, however, is that RSi 2 is much more of a workable iron. You can do all sorts of things with this club as the head glides beautifully through the turf.

We also like how you’ve got tungsten weighting in the RSi 2 long irons to help you get the ball up and out there, while the shorter irons are cast with a forged face. The short irons, particularly the 9-iron, felt really soft and buttery and had a nice drop-and-stop feel about them.

If you’re after a better player iron that all beauty and beast, this one is for you.

RRP £829



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