|TAYLORMADE RAC CGB IRONS SET 5-PW SENIOR M FLEX GRAPHITE SHAFTS GOLF CLUBS RH|
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|• Deep, undercut cavity allows redistribution of weight around the perimeter for maximum forgiveness• Low, deep center of gravity assists in getting the ball airborne• “Feel pockets” in cavity help create a soft, responsive feel|
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First let me say I am not a pro. If lucky, I play 6-10 times a year but have a fairly compact error free swing and can usually hit in the mid 80's-low 90's after the first time out each year. In the interest of time, the range is also visited 6-10 times a year as well. I bought TM CGB MAX R7's after testing several clubs at two local Golf Stores. I recommend doing that prior to buying. You should ask the salesperson to watch you as well, to ensure consistency in your swing test. Golfsmith has the best technology for this but smaller shops sometimes have the most knowledgeable golfers. When I purchased, I used eBay because of the significant price difference. The irons are in fact a full club length longer than my old clubs. In fact, I now carry 2 SW's (my old one and the TM SW) because they respond differently. It's not a problem, it's actually just another tool in the bag. I would suggest buying individual tubes for the clubs or a bag that separates them if you buy graphite as they are much more prone to getting banged up if you don't. The G shafts are so incredibly light, you may want to test both the R and S shafts to see which you hit better.
These irons are beautiful and and have some weight in the heads that help launch the ball...This is my 4th set and just bought a 5th set in stiff graphite to use in the summer and regular graphite set in the winter...I buy and sell clubs locally so they come and go pretty frequently, but I always make sure I have at least two sets of these RAC CGB irons in my possession. These are 2005 clubs and are definitely the best product on the market....Newer is not better in this instance for sure...I have 24 sets of irons for sale and only use the sets of RAC CGB for my golf outings......
I'm a pretty good player (5 handicap) and wanted to try a set of Taylormade irons. The RAC CGB got good reviews so despite the Super Game Improvement classification, I decided to give them a try. From the very start, I liked these irons. They are extremely forgiving and easy to hit. In fact, they are too easy to hit. It seems like no matter how I swang, the ball went high and straight. My shots were consistently above average (easy to hit greens), albeit rarely spectacular. The clubs RAC CGBs lack in the feel category by a lot, if that's important to you, these may not be the set for you. Also, it's very hard to work shots, at best attempted draws and fades are muted. Also, the ball jumps off the face, which can be a little disconcerting at times, and the sound is a little funny (hollow sounding). These are great clubs for double digit handicaps, but probably a little too much for a single digit player.
Back in the day, this was 'the' super game improvement iron to own. I bought a set new years ago and loved them. I stopped playing for three years and when I started again, I new I needed to find a set of the CGBs used on ebay. To date, I have shot my lowest round with these since getting back into golf. High ball flight (I mean super high), big face and sure distance might be enough reason for you to try them. Good luck!