Sldr Iron Reviews

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Post on other websites. Mizuno JPX-900s have been forged on backup duty. However, for now the SLDR is still my choice. KBS Tour 90's were excellent.

Let's be very clear: the stock-steel shaft included in the SLDR fer irons is a TM-exclusive, known as KBS C-Taper 90. This shaft is different than KBS Tour 90. KBS has never made the C-Taper 90 available to the public. It is a TM-exclusive shaft (also known as a'made-for' shaft). It's a lighter, faster-launching shaft made of lightweight steel. While the stock SLDR C-Taper90 shaft is well-received by mid-handicappers, there are mixed opinions about it. They praise its ability to launch easily, however, stronger players may find it too spinny and launch it too high, particularly in windy weather. You can click here to read the Rick Shiels SLDR Iron review.

You must ensure that the shaft is right for you!

(Showing more than 14 clubs because of options) [b] What's in Bobcat’s Bag? (Showing over 14 clubs as a result of the available options) [b] Driver: TM2015 9.5* SLDR—C – 45.5" Miyazaki Kusala Black 61s – Tip 1/2" Fujikura Vista VP-90 Stiff hybrid Fairway : TM Charity Fairway 15* 3W – 43.255" Fujikura Vista VP-90 Stiff Driving Irons : TM TP UDI s 16* (#1) & 52*DW /SW /LW /SW/SW /LW ) Stock Steel Putter BBX–81 Blade a 35” Bettinardi Steel Putter shaft :

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Share on other sites Posted Thought I would bump my post ben a few months now, I'm really enjoying playing these irons I keep getting the urge to try something else only set that comes to mind right now is the P770 irons with same shaft setup.

It was difficult to compare the two, so I just took a few seconds to look at each one while shopping at the store for some gloves. They seemed smaller than the SLDR's. At first I thought maybe I had grabbed a 750 instead but nope. Although I would like to test them out, I don't think they are the right product for me. Callaway Apex CF 16's might be the best option.

Another option for a 'tweener is the 2016 King Cobra Forged Tec. The stock shaft is the KBS C-Taper Lite which is an exceptional iron shaft. Look at all of the positive reviews for these models! This iron is actually not a forged clubhead, but it does have a forged clubface. This is also true for the Cleveland588-TT forged facing irons. The Cleveland's TT irons are a good choice as they look, feel, and work well. The 588 TT shaft is 95 grams of steel, which makes it not very strong. I would recommend that you change the shaft. Both these irons can be used as 'distance irons', such as the SLDR.

The KING COBRA FORGED TEC IRON C- TAPER LITE SHAFT IS EXCELLENT

CLEVELAND 0588TT – GOOD CLUBHEAD – NOT – SO-GREAT SHAFT (Showing more than 14 clubs due to options) [b]What's In Bobcat’s Bag? (Showing more than 14 clubs due to options)[/b] Driver: TM 2015 9.5* SLDR-C – 45.5" Miyazaki Kusala Black 61s (tipped 1/2") Fairway: TM Tour-iussue V-Steel 15* 3W – 43.25" Fujikura 757 Speeder Stiff Hybrid Fairway: TM Rescue Fairway 15* '3-Strong'- 42.75" Fujikura VP-90 Stiff Hybrids: TM Rescue-Mid TP's 19*(3H) & 22*(4H) – Fujikura Vista Pro 90 Stiff Driving Irons: TM TP UDI's 16* (#1) & 20* (#3) – KBS C-Taper Lite 110 Stiff Shafts Irons: TM 2015 SLDR Irons (5-8i only) – KBS C-Taper Lite 110 Stiff Flex Steel Hybrid Wedges: Cleveland 2011 Niblicks – 42*PW /49*DW / 56*SW – Stock Steel Wedge: 2011 Cleveland CG-16 Black Pearl 58*/8* (SW/LW) – Stock Steel Shaft Putter: Bettinardi BBX-81 Blade – 35" Bettinardi Stock Steel Putter Shaft

 

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Sharing on other sites Posted. I have been playing the irons for a while and I am really enjoying them. However, the only iron that I can think of right now is the P770 Irons with the exact shaft set.

While I wasn't able o see them all side-by-side, I had a brief look at the new 770's as I was buying gloves. First impression: they looked small compared to SLDR. The 750 seemed smaller than the SLDR's, which I assumed was a mistake. Still want to demo them but based on that quick look, still have no desire to replace the SLDR irons. Callaway Apex CF 16 is the best choice I have.

The 2016 King Cobra Forged Tec is another 'tweener' option worth considering, and the stock shaft in those is the KBS C-Taper Lite, which is an excellent iron shaft. These have received glowing reviews! Although this iron does not have a forge clubhead, it has a forged face. Same goes for the Cleveland 588-TT forged faced irons, which are also 'tweeners'. The latter Cleveland's TT's look good, feel good, and perform well, and like the SLDR irons, these are a little older so they can be had on the cheap. However, the 95-gram stock steel shaft in the 588 TT's is not very good, so if you go that route, I strongly recommend you install a different shaft. These irons are both strong-lofted SLDR's, which is why they're called 'distance Irons'.

KING COBRA FORGED TECIRON – KBS TEC LITE IS AN OUTSTANDING STOCK SHAFT CLEVELAND CLEVELAND 5888TT – EXCELLENT CLUBHEAD NOT SO GREAT SHAFT The TT’s had a fantastic feel, but the distances seemed more variable than they expected.

The SLDR pictures remind me of the F6 mid irons I used to think they looked like. They are almost identical. They are both amazing clubs.

 

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Sharing on other sites Posted. I have been playing the irons for a while and I am really enjoying them. However, the only iron that I can think of right now is the P770 Irons with the exact shaft set.

It was difficult to compare the two, so I just took a few seconds to look at each one while shopping at the store for some gloves. First impression: they looked small compared to SLDR. The 750 seemed smaller than the SLDR's, which I assumed was why I bought them. Although I would like to test them out, I don't think they are the right product for me. Callaway Apex CF 16s is probably what I want to try.

A 2016 King Cobra Forged Tec option is also worth looking at. Also, the stock shaft of those shafts is the KBS C-Taper Lite. This is an extremely high-quality iron shaft. Look at all of the positive reviews for these models! Even though this iron is not a forge, the clubface of it is forged. Same goes for the Cleveland 588-TT forged faced irons, which are also 'tweeners'. These TTs in Cleveland perform well and look nice, as do the SLDR Irons. I do not recommend the use of the stock steel shaft (95 grams) in the 588TT's. The irons I have mentioned are strong-lofted SLDR's 'distance Irons'.

KING COBRA FORGED TECIRON – KBS BAR C-TAPER LITE IS AN EXCELLENT STOCKET SHAFT CLEVELAND CLEVELAND 588TT – GOOD CLUBHEAD NOT SO GREAT STOCK SHAFT – I have replaced the forged tec by the sldr Irons and am happier all around

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