TaylorMade RocketBladez, RocketBladez Tour irons, best golf irons

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TaylorMade announced the release of the new RocketBladez irons on Tuesday and said the clubs will be in pro shops on Nov. 30.
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The RocketBladez 3- through 7-irons feature a slot cut into the sole that is designed to help the face flex at impact for more distance.
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There is no cavity in the RocketBladez short irons.
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The RocketBladez irons (left) have a wider sole and larger heads than the RocketBladez Tour irons.
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The long- and mid-irons are cast from 450-Carpenter steel while the short irons (8-iron through pitching wedge) are made from softer 17-4 stainless steel for better feel.
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The RocketBladez also feature a wide sole that should help reduce digging when players hit behind the ball.
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A cavity behind the face of the RocketBladez irons helps to lower the center of gravity and increase forgiveness.
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TaylorMade added a notch to the hosel to make it easier for clubfitters to bend the heads to adjust lie angle.
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The RocketBladez irons will come standard with 85-gram "RocketFuel" steel shafts for $799 or 65-gram "RocketFuel" graphite shafts for $899.