Description Features RAC Technology and Tuned Performance Catridge for great feel and perimeter weighting
Designed with high, centered CG to deliver Low Trajectory (LT) ball flight
Expanded sweet spot and forgiveness of a cavity back with feedback and workability of a forged blade
Gliding sole offers playability from all types of lies
Reviewed by: Randy Galbraith(Unregistered User)
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Taylormade RAC LT (2004)
Summary: I read on this site that these were Non-Conforming. so I called Taylormade to confirm, and they told me all there irons are conforming there issue was in some previous wedges. love these irons they rank right up there with all of todays technology. I not sure todays technology is everything it is cracked up to be.
Review Date May 9, 2015
Overall Rating 4 of 5
Value Rating 4 of 5
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Reviewed by: Keith(Unregistered User)
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Taylormade rac LT irons
Summary: I believe these irons are non conforming. Doesn't matter unless you're trying to qualify for a PGA open event. Great clubs though, I hit then for 8 years. I'm switching to AP1s
Summary: After using Titleist 990 irons for an extended period, I swapped to Taylor Made RAC LT irons. Hanicap dropped from 4.2 to 3.7. These irons are absolutely pure and demonstrate beautiful control into the greens. Buttery soft feel on 100 yarders and great control on those 200+ yarders.
Standard grips were rubbish and changed to Lamkins at the soonest opportunity.
DG s300's fitted and cant fault. Guess I'm an old school player, only one at the club with a steel shafted driver
Nike SQ, no lob wedge and only one hybrid (a 17 deg taylor)
Similar Products Used: Titleist 990 irons
Review Date May 25, 2010
Overall Rating 5 of 5
Value Rating 5 of 5
Reviewed by: Dale Hamilton(Unregistered User)
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: RAC LT
Summary: Picked up a set of these irons on a wim at the PGA Superstore for $79.00. I had no intention of changing irons but for $79 I figured I could hit rocks with them if I didn't like them. I think they were mismarked, definitely my gain. I've been playing Callaway X-14 Pro Series and was extremely happy with them but once I saw the RAC LT's it was love at first sight. I knew nothing about the club and typically search online for reviews for equipment before purchasing but these were probably the best looking clubs I've seen in a while. Overall appearance is fantastic and set up very nicely behind the ball. I was a little leary about the R300 shaft but after my first trip to the range and first 18 holes all hesitation was gone. Great feel & feedback when struck well. Not overly impressed with the Taylormade Grips but will be taking care of that tomorrow. Great Job Taylormade......
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Similar Products Used: Callaway X14 Pro Series,Ping I3's, Mizuno MP30's
Summary: I bought this set used at a sale for $250. I like the look of these clubs. Tragectory is good, but it seems like the lofts are very high. For example, the pitching wedge looks like a sand wedge and the 4 iron looks like a 6 iron. Other than that they are very solid clubs. I would recomend these clubs to a golfer who is really looking to improve their game or someone who shoots mid 90s and looking for mid 80s. They are an older model (around 2005) so some people may want an newer irons set, although personally I think these have just as much technology and performance in them than many 2007 or 2008 model irons. If you put a good swing on the golf ball with these clubs they'll fly. Distance, tragectory and accuracy are all very good. I wish these clubs would come with a couple of hybrids but I guess in 2005 they were not quite too popular. In a nutshell these irons are very good and would be a great first set, or upgrade to older irons with minimal technology (I upgraded my Golden Bear irons to these and have never looked back)
Similar Products Used: Just older 702 clubs, so really no comparison.