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TS-5 Irons (2015 TaylorMade RSi 1 Clones)
2015 TaylorMade RSi 1 Clones Turner TS-5 Irons


 
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TS-5 irons April 18, 2018
Reviewer: Ted Ortwine from Maidens, VA United States  
The clubs are fine, but the delivery time and communication was not the best.  I'd still buy them again because I'm happy with the way they play and they are very well built. Just wish I could have gotten them a little quicker (took about 3 weeks instead of the promised 2 weeks).

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Great Irons and Wedges September 15, 2015
Reviewer: bigjoe1221  
First off, I cannot say enough about the price and the build time. I got it in about a week from order to arrival. When they came, they were just breathtaking to look at. I know that golf clubs are meant to be used and functionality is the main goal, but I have to say that there were beyond beautiful. Next, let's explore the feel of the clubs. These do not get the recoil of a standard set of irons or wedges. It gives to the feel of hitting the ball, but does not have a recoil the hits your hands at all. It is as smooth to hit as anything. I'd compare the feel to hitting the ball with a fairway wood, not as smooth as a driver, but still plenty smooth. The main thing that I noticed was how much these irons bite onto the ball. This really gives to the ability to shape your shot and get more accuracy in your swings. This also really explains the next part as well; the added distance. I took these to the driving range for a test and found that the distance is overwhelming. I was getting more distance that another golfer was using my 6 iron than he did on his driver, which was a Callaway RAZR X. I was easily hitting over 250 yards with this. My 3 iron was hitting what my longer drives with my Taylormade Jetspeed driver does, about 300+ yards. Then I tried my lob wedge. A lob wedge is supposed to be between 50 to 90 yards on average for a golfer. Not this one, I was getting between 110 to 125 here. I was even hitting a few out about 150 yards. These are a must buy for any golfer. If you want accuracy, feel, loft, distance, and look, these are the ones for you.

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