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Used TaylorMade R11 Iron SetTaylorMade R11 Iron Set

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Men's TaylorMade R11

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The TaylorMade R11 irons are cast from stainless steel and feature a precision weighting port in the cavity that produces precise swingweights and optimally located centers of gravity throughout the set. The faces in the long and middle irons are constructed using ultra-thin face thickness to promote faster ball speeds and more distance. They also feature progressive topline thickness, as well as progressive sole thickness that increase the the MOI for more forgiveness on off-center hits. Its advanced groove design produces increased spin for improved control, while TaylorMade''s Inverted Cone Technology promotes faster ball speeds from a larger portion of the clubface.

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How many clubs come with the set? Is it the full set or just a few clubs?

Shawn L.     1 year ago     0 of 0 found this useful

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Please refer to the information to the right of the picture for more information. The number of clubs in the set will be listed next to the word type.

Emmett Brantly     1 year ago     0 of 0 found this useful

Purchased a TaylorMade Burner XD Iron Individual 6 Iron Individual Men Left Hand Shaft: TaylorMade RE*AX SuperFast 65 Graphite shaft. How does the r11 compare? I really love the xd and want to fill in the rest of my set with comparable clubs

Stephen M.     1 month ago     0 of 0 found this useful

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If I purchase this set is there grips on it already?

Matt M.     16 days ago     0 of 0 found this useful

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There will be grips on the club. If the clubs are in value condition, it is possible you will need to have them changed.

Rudi Fann     13 days ago     0 of 0 found this useful