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★★★★★

“These RAC OS2's are everything they say they are. For...”

Written on: 11/10/2008

Good Points
Great feel, look great, what a sound at impact...crack! Ball flight remains straight even on off center light shanks or toe hits, high or low on the face doesn't seem to matter the ball goes down the pike.

Bad Points
Yes, it snows here in the winter...

General Comments
These RAC OS2's are everything they say they are. For the first time in my golfing life and I'm 67 now, I can feel the club head through the back and down swing. This gives the feedback needed for near perfect contact with the ball. The OS (oversized) head is just slightly larger than standard which adds a larger sweet spot without any extra weight. Most oversized clubs won't allow for working the ball. Not these darlings, I can fade and draw at will. My swing speed is 98+ so mine are stiff shafted...Taylor Made really set the standard with this design. Looks, feel, performance, quality, and value. If your thinking about a better set of irons do yourself a favor and try the Taylor Made RAC OS-2. Light as a feather and strikes the ball like a hammer....what a sound these irons have at impact from the 3 to SW. I'm learning to listen to them at impact. Bad lies used to bother me but not anymore. 6 strokes off my game in two rounds with these RAC's .that's improvement! I've been golfing for many years, hit many sets of clubs in my time but I've never felt so sure over the ball than I do now. I attempt to fly all the greens now instead of playing (the roll-up-and on). Best way to turn par's into birdies is- land it closer to the hole. Should have called these RAC's (R)eal (A)accurate (C)lubs instead of (Relative Amplitude Coefficient)