A thin topline and shorter head from heel to toe help to create a classic look . The shallow cavity helps distribute weight to the perimeter of the head to increase the moment of inertia (MOI) for extra forgiveness. The sole has softer edges to discourage digging.
These TaylorMade Tour Preferred (TP) irons sit at the opposite end of the scale to the TaylorMade Burner Plus. The flight is far more penetrating and what you loose in forgiveness you make up for in feedback and looks. We found we could shape approach shots with these irons with relative ease. Where next? More On Test: - TaylorMade Tour Burner driver review - TaylorMade r7 Limited driver review - TaylorMade Z TP Wedge review - TaylorMade r7 Steel review Galleries: - TaylorMade Tour Preferred Irons pictures - TaylorMade Burner Plus Irons pictures Blogs: - Sergio Garcia wins with new TaylorMade r7 Limited driver