Taylormade says the R11 feels “superbly soft”
Now come the R11 family’s irons. How are they different from the successful line of Burner SuperFast 2.0 irons?
The R11 has a much more traditional appearance. The strong-lofted SuperFast 2.0 is a multi-material iron with something of a futuristic look to it, whereas the R11 is a multi-material iron with a generous amount of technology wrapped in a more conventional package.
Most TaylorMade touring pros will continue to use Tour Preferred irons, although some are expected to play the R11, which fits neatly between the Tour Preferred and SuperFast 2.0.
The R11 is expected to appeal to golfers who want the look of a traditional iron but the performance advantages of a modern iron. The R11 is a thin-faced, finely weighted distance iron that just happens to look more like a classic iron.
The R11 irons feature a red weight port reminiscent of the red disc on R11 drivers. The weight port on the iron, though, serves a different function – not only does it insure a uniform swingweight, it is part of TaylorMade’s system for locating the center of gravity in an exact position on each R11 iron.
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