Martin Hopley
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These TaylorMade RAC LT II irons are very easy to hit with a mid to high trajectory.

Over the ball the clubhead visually gives a lot of confidence without looking over thick and sits very well behind the ball.

The perimiter weighting and feel pockets give the club and very solid feel and effortless strike with a nice sound and good level of feedback through the club on off centre hits.

This particularly comes into its own on the longer irons which are much easier to hit than blades. Indeed we know of many low handicap amateurs who have replaced their TaylorMade forged long irons with these versions. A good investment.

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TaylorMade rac LT II Irons - Product Details

Launch UK02 November 2004
Handicap Range
Low
High
GolferMens
Hand AvailabilityLeft, Right
MaterialSteel
Shaft TypesSteel
Shaft FlexX Stiff, Stiff, Regular
Set Makeup3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, PW
Additional Clubs2, GW, SW
Manufacturer's WebsiteTaylorMade Website

User Reviews

Joe Fryd
October 2006

I tested the TaylorMade RAC LT II clubs out last week, and have ordered a custom made set through already. They have a great look and a solid confident feel to them that makes ball striking easy and simple. I was hitting my targets consistently whilst maintaining good club speed, direction and length on my shots! I would recommend these to a mid to low handicapper seeking to better there game and bring your scores down. I tried the Mizuno MP-60's out and they are also a great club but found hitting a consistently high trajectory and maintaining good shot shape much harder although both give good forgiveness for off centre hits. A must for the improving player. I have just got mine for £299 from Discount golf centre in Brentwood. Very friendly staff, great range of products and they can custom fit and have the clubs sent through.

Aaron Wright
December 2005

I have knocked 5 shots off my handicap and am much more consistent with these. They have a high ball flight and are very forgiving. Amazing clubs. The 3 and 4 irons are nice and easy to hit and I would definitely recommend them.

Drew Tuck
May 2005

Nice set of irons that are easy to hit. A bit to chunky for my liking but they do a job. Sound at impact is a bit tiny I thought. Fairly easy to shape and forgiving though.

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Media Reviews

Golf World
August 2006
Very simple to use..classic design..high ball flight.
Golf Monthly
July 2005
Slotted nicely into groove..solid feel..plenty of distance.
Today's Golfer
July 2005
Smaller heads..better players would enjoy..lower trajectory.
Today's Golfer
May 2005
Lovely looking..does what it says..not the most forgiving.

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