Priced at almost US800 for the steel version and another US100 more for the graphite piece, the TaylorMade RocketBladez irons comes with a slot in the sole of the iron that will project more speed a much higher launch. This version was introduced back in 2012 and has become quite mainstay with many golfers ever since.
The RocketBladez comes with the Inverted Cone design which has been enhanced and pretty much lives up to the expectations that come with it. There have been some reservations about this when it was first released where some said that the lofts were too strong. But then again, game improvement irons today are pretty much in this mold.
The TaylorMade RocketBladaz irons might not be that suitable for those who have ball striking issues or those with more than 30 handicap because they do not have wide soles as one might expect. Having said that, practicing would pretty much do the trick as you could get used to like them.
The good thing about the RazorBladez irons is that it is a lot more playable and easy to use as compared to other game-improvement irons of its class. It has the looks of a blade which makes it a lot smoother to swing. It has a good overall strength and a nice short-iron feel to it.
The head is slightly bigger and might not be what some testers might like. Basically, this iron has a larger head, a thicker skull and do lack in the feedback department. Otherwise, it is quite alright where the performance pretty much makes up for that.
The TaylorMade RocketBladez irons is made for a balance performance golfer. In fact, it is quite suitable for most who are not too particular about the looks or the size of the club.