GREAT IRONS FOR ALMOST EVERYONE.....
| Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.
I'VE PLAYED WITH MANY IRONS OVER THE YEARS....3 SETS OF MIZUNO'S-CUSTOM BUILT-PRGR-BRIDGESTONES AND HAVE DEMO'D ALL THE REST....WITH MIZUNO MP 32 AND 60 BEING MY FAVORITES......UNTIL I HAPPENED TO HIT A TM R7 TP IRON WITH MY 5.5 RIFLE.....WOW!! THESE CLUBS FEEL AS GOOD...IF NOT BETTER THAN ANY FORGED CLUB I'VE OWNED....THEY LOOK GREAT....PLAY TO THE RIGHT DISTANCE....CAN WORK THE BALL WITH EASE....GREAT FEEDBACK....PLUS VERY FORGIVING FOR A PLAYERS CLUB.....THE BEST I'VE EVER FOUND!! I TRIED OUT THE NEW R9'S .....NAH....I'LL STICK WITH THESE CLUBS FOR A VERY LONG TIME.....ALREADY HAVE A NEW SET IN WAITING WHEN THESE GET WORN OUT......EVEN MY PLAYING PARTNER WHO IS A CLUB/PRO....HAS GONE TO THESE WITH 7.0 RIFLES AFTER HITTING MINE.....AND HE CAN PLAY ANYTHING!! ANOTHER BUDDY ALSO BOUGHT SOME THAT BREAKS 100 NOW AND THEN.....HE LOVES THEM AND IS SLOWLY GETTING BETTER AND BETTER....I WAS A 15 AND NOW 5 IN 2 YEARS...80% BECAUSE OF THESE IRONS!!! GOOD LUCK!!
Pure feel for Tour Pure irons
I have played with forged heads for several years now. I started playing golf with Ping clubs, but loved the feel, responsiveness, and ability to work/move the ball with forged irons. Well, I finally decided to try these irons after a friend who also began playing blades told me he had gotten this set. AMAZING.
The flight off the club was solid, strong, and the ball comes off with purpose. TM blends the feel of forged heads with the kindness to cavity backed irons. THe result is pleasing, even before I adjusted the lies to my 1 degree upright. I would heartily recommend these irons for golfers who enjoy forged clubs, those who desire a strong sense of feel for the clubhead and the ball at impact, and those who must have ease in shaping their shots.
Make no mistake, if you are not satisfied with these irons, I would make sure that you have evaluated your shaft options, club grip thickness, and the lie of the club because such features often are overlooked and the club is blamed. Such a wonderful club for a feel golfer, especially one who has a hard time with long irons!
8 of 8 people found this review helpful.
TM R7 TP was my choice
I had been playing with forged irons, and had started playing with various cavity back irons, some that I own and some I had borrowed, looking for one set that I could settle in with and play regularily. I work part time in a pro-shop and had the opportunity to hit a bunch of different irons, and finally narrowed it down between the Taylor Made R7 TP and another set. They both felt really good and had several positive features that appealed to me. I noticed on ebay that the TM R7s cost slightly less than the other irons new, but were selling for more than the other irons used, which told me that other golfers apparently thought a lot of the R7 TPs as well. I like the clean, small head look, and they have a good weight and feel really good swinging them. I don't feel a lot of vibration when the club impacts the ball either, and as an older guy, that appeals to me. I don't think it's going to take me long to get used to them because they feel a lot like the forged clubs that I had been playing with, but hopefully they will be more forgiving on bad hits.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
Taylormade R7 TP irons 3-pw.
After months of consideration and choices I decided to purchase these particular clubs. If I bought from the pro shop I would have to custom order them. I saw these on line and the specs fit me perfectly. I shoot low to mid 80's from the regular tee's on the average. With these clubs I played the blue tees, one tee back. There are one more set of tee's back which are the black. I decided not to play those tee's since it was the first time using the Taylormade R7 TP irons. I shot a 75 with 4 missed birdie opportunities inside 5 feet.
With these clubs all I have to do is execute a solid swing and the ball goes right where I aim. The club plays half a club longer for me and I get enough feedback on solid or miss hit shots. With these clubs I loose distance on miss hits, but it goes right on track. I've decided to put a better effort into my game since I have the time now. Therefore the newer clubs. I did my homework and demo days before deciding to buy these clubs.
I currently play between a 10 and 8 handicap. I feel with these clubs I will be scratch by summers end, thats my goal anyway. I feel blessed to live where I can play year round,and with these clubs I feel confident that goal will be easily reached. If your considering purchasing these TP irons I would highly recommend them.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
Taylormade r7 TP - a "Players Iron"
The Taylormade r7 TP is a wonderful "players club" that offers great feel and a descent amount of forgiveness. I have played the Ping i10 and the Ping S57 recently...and the Taylormade r7 TP is better. Larger face, thin top line, and the reduced offset just exudes confidence at address. But as we all know...it's what happens when you actually hit the ball that matters, and this set of irons delivers! A definite buy for someone looking for a more forgiving club in a "players iron".
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.