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TaylorMade SpeedBlade Iron Set

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Golf Club Condition
5-PW, SW
Right Hand
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Includes Headcover
Shaft Material
TaylorMade SpeedBlade 85
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The TaylorMade SpeedBlade iron features an improved Speed Pocket design (3-7 iron) which delivers higher launch characteristics and faster ball speed across a larger area of the club face. This improved cut through Speed Pocket technology is coupled with an ultra-thin face (1.5mm) and new deep under-cut design promoting consistently higher ball speeds and optimal trajectory in every shot. Each SpeedBlade iron is individually engineered to maximize distance and to tighten the gap between your long irons and metal woods. In addition to the improved Speed Pocket in the mid and long irons, the redesigned cavity and badging provides remarkable feel in the short irons and the tour inspired wedges design have the ATV sole configuration. The combination of distance, performance and forgiveness is what you can expect from the game changing SpeedBlade irons.


  • Improved Speed Pocket design (3-7 iron) delivers higher launch characteristics and faster ball speed across a larger area of the club face
  • Redesigned cavity and badging provides remarkable feel and sound
  • Ultra-thin face (1.5mm) and new deep under-cut design promoting consistently higher ball speeds and optimal trajectory in every shot
  • Tour inspired wedge shape with ATV sole configuration

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I call them the jaw droppers.
By neal Anderson on 7/24/2014
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
Handicap: 11-15  Plays Golf: I play more than once a week  Dexterity: Right Hand

I hit a 150 yard 9 iron and when I switch to these clubs I still hit it 150 but it gets so much more air. I now can say that my 5 iron can go high enough to grab the green from 220 yds. I love these clubs they are so smooth.

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speedblades bent strong
By stylin19 on 3/30/2014
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
Handicap: 16-20  Plays Golf: I play more than once a week  Dexterity: Right Hand

Got the 6 iron - graphite stiff, in TaylorMade's 50k 6 iron giveaway promotion.

The Speed Blade irons lofts are bent strong. 6 Iron generally is 29-30 degrees. Speed Blade is 26.5 Degrees. That's stronger than my Mizuno 5 iron.

The SpeedBlade 3 iron is 17 degrees.
If you are hitting them longer, it's because you should.

I can work this iron a little bit.

It's pleasing to the eye.

It leaves the face in a hurry, yet you can spin it.

Feedback is a little mis-leading. Sometimes I can't tell a good shot from a bad shot from feedback alone.

I'm on the fence about getting a set.
I like the distance and being 64 years old, I've been losing about 3 yards a year since my mid-fifties.
On the other hand, the 500 bucks or so might be better served on lessons and practice.

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Basically Rocketbladez!!
By Brandon on 1/3/2014
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
Handicap: 6-10  Plays Golf: I play weekly  Dexterity: Right Hand

Look honestly, Their is not much of a difference between these and the Regular Rocketbladez. Their better looking I must admit, But The Regular Rocketbladez are perfect for mid to higher handicapers. And they are like $300 dollars cheaper!!

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Get me these for Christmas, Dad!!!
By Joey on 12/23/2013
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
Handicap: 6-10  Plays Golf: I play more than once a week  Dexterity: Right Hand

First time I touched these clubs, I fell in love with them. The look is really nice and perform very well. When I hit it, I had to get it. I don't have it yet, but I better get them for Christmas. cough* cough* dad cough*.

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Forgiving irons without the clunky
By Daniel J. on 3/13/2015
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

I'm a second year golfer who typically shoots low 90s, so I need a forgiving game improvement club, but I was tired of looking down at the big clunky clubhead on my previous set of GI irons. TaylorMade did a great job slimming down the appearance of the top line of this club, and the head looks quite a bit more compact at address than a lot of irons in the game improvement category. These clubs had considerably less offset than my previous irons, which felt a little more natural to me. I also like that the approach wedge plays and looks like a real wedge, not just a higher lofted version of the cavity back irons.

The sound and feel of the Speedblades at impact is unique; I'd describe a well hit shot as a pleasant "pop" or "click". As with a lot of game impovement irons, feedback on off-center hits is a little muted, but still apparent.

The steel shafts on the Speedblades are noticeably lighter than most. I'm sure everyone is different, but for me, the lighter shaft feels fast without too much effort, so it helps reduce my instinct to swing a little too hard.

The Speedblades maybe are a touch less forgiving as some other irons in the game improvement category, but are a good choice for the mid-high handicapper who doesn't want to feel like they're swinging a big paddle of a club.

Also - kudos to GlobalGolf for their customer service on this order. When I found some shaft damage under the grip of one of my clubs during re-gripping, they switched it out quickly with no hassle. They've become my first choice for all my golf equipment.

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How Speed Pockets Work
How Speed Pockets Work

TaylorMade SpeedBlade Irons

TaylorMade conducted an industry-wide search of golfers with handicaps ranging from five to twenty five to find out how they contact the clubface at impact. Results revealed that 72% of those golfers consistently impacted the ball lower on the clubface. Striking the golf ball low on the clubface led to decreased ball speeds, a lower initial launch, and more importantly a loss of distance. To help golfers combat this problem, TaylorMade decided to showcase their research with an innovative and creative new product: the SpeedBlade irons.

SpeedBlade Technology

The main innovative design that contributes to the performance of the SpeedBlade irons is the Speed Pocket, first introduced by TaylorMade into irons in last year's RocketBladez irons.

The Speed Pocket is a deep slot that has been cut the length of the sole, from heel-to-toe and filled with polyurethane which enhances the sound and feel of the golf club. The Speed Pocket allows the clubface to flex at impact, and therefore rebound energy to the golf ball faster than ever before. Having the Speed Pocket stretched from the heel-to-toe of the sole creates overall higher and consistent ball speeds.

The SpeedBlade 3- through 7-irons utilize the Speed Pocket, which enhances the ball speed and creates a higher launch angle, making these longer irons easier to hit. The combination of faster ball speeds and higher launch angles translates to greater distance on all shots.

The clubface of the SpeedBlade is extremely thin, measuring a mere 1.5 millimeters thick. This ultra-thin structure produces ball speeds faster than any previous TaylorMade irons. The clubhead features a deep undercut on the backside of the cavity, which aids in creating higher and longer-carrying ball flights.

The center of gravity (CG) in the SpeedBlade iron has been lowered compared to its predecessors. This lowered CG is made possible by the creation of the ultra-thin face, which results in more discretionary weight available which TaylorMade then positioned lower in the clubhead. Lowering the CG immediately increases the launch angle when striking the golf ball. This increase in launch angle leads to an efficient ball flight that maximizes the carry and overall distance of each shot.


The SpeedBlade iron features less offset and a thinner topline throughout each iron compared to other TaylorMade irons. These enhancements to the appearance of the golf club make this iron visually appealing to all golfers. The blue and smoke satin color scheme and graphics look smart and understated without being dull or plain.

The SpeedBlade iron set includes eight clubs, most commonly the 4-iron through gap wedge. The standard set come with 85 gram steel shafts, available in stiff or regular flexes. TaylorMade is also offering the SpeedBlades with graphite shaft options as well, with weights and flexes of 75g for stiff, 65g for regular, 55g for senior, or 45g for ladies flex.

TaylorMade golf is leading the way in the advancement of iron technology with the release of the SpeedBlade irons. If you’re in the majority of golfers (and according to TaylorMade you are), you need the performance that come from these irons. These SpeedBlade irons will increase your ball speed and launch angle for longer, higher shots that will stop faster and closer to the hole. Don’t miss out on the remarkable technology these irons have to offer.