TaylorMade PSi Tour Irons Review

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  • TG Rating 4 out of 5
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  • RRP £899.00

What we say...

The Tech:

Created using direct input from TaylorMade’s tour staff, to ensure looks and feel suit the needs of the best players in the world. A muscle back design with thin sole and top edge and minimal offset. Fully forged from soft 1025 carbon steel with face slots and speed pockets in the 3-7 irons for consistent distance.

 

Our verdict:

To be fair to TaylorMade they do make it perfectly clear with their marketing that the PSi Tours are aimed at the seriously good player and we’d have to agree they are. Even in the hands of our test pro the data couldn’t lie, demonstrating beautifully how punishing the forged head with a weaker loft (#7 iron) is compared to the cast standard PSi. We saw an average 4mph drop in ball speed with the Tour which added up to 10 yards of carry distance.  Golfers of this calibre certainly aren’t worried about distance, but its worthwhile giving some thought to the performance trade-offs you’re making by getting your hands on such a beautiful looking set of irons.        

 

Bottom line:

A super looking set of irons that many good players will fall in love with. Yes there’s some slot and pocket tech to help maintain performance but trust us you need to strike it like Sergio to be using a set successfully.  

Product Information

Availability 2-PW (Stock set 3-PW)
Stock shaft KBS C-Taper Lite (s) Mitsubishi Rayon Kuro Kage (g)
7iron loft/length 31.5 deg / 36.75”

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