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TaylorMade RAC LT Irons Review

TaylorMade RAC LT


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


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Review Date
January 15, 2016

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 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: S. Halstead ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
Taylor Made Rack LT Irons

Summary:
Age 68, Been playing these irons for many years now. Great ball flight. Original build new was with flighted rifle 5.5 steel shafts. I had to change shafts to a regular (R) flex to match my swing speed from years ago, but stayed with a stepless shaft. I love looking down at address getting the thin top line, but the great feel of the cushion cavity back.
You really get the feed back when you strike a pure hit, on center vs. a bit off center lets you know immediately. Distance matches any iron on today's market...One of T/Made's best every club design. I own 4 thru S/W but only play #7 down in my bag and use 4 wedges T/Made RacLt PW- 46/GW-52/...accurate, and consistent better than my new Cleveland RTX 54 & 58 degree S/W's Love the Rac LT



Review Date
December 16, 2015

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 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: Scott Templeton ,  Scratch Golfer

Model Reviewed:
Taylormade rac lt

Summary:
29 yrs old scratch golfer also a boxer and playing blades with already sore hands wasn't working anymore. Picked up a set of the original RAC Lt irons in a bargain bin as they were the same irons my hero Freddie Couples won the 2003 shell Houston open with. I can see why. Sooooo easy to hit, awesome forgiveness but easy to work too. I'll have these for quite some time to come, £60 set, awesome!!!



Review Date
November 16, 2015

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 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: Randy Galbraith ,  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

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 4 of 5

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 4 of 5

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Reviewed by: Keith ,  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



Review Date
October 1, 2010

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 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: oldschool ,  Shoots in the 70s

Model Reviewed:
Taylor Made RAC LT irons

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



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