TaylorMade R7 Iron Degrees
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TaylorMade Golf was founded by Gary Adams in 1979. Top professionals such as Sergio Garcia, Kenny Perry and Martin Kaymer -- winner of the 2010 PGA Championship -- use TaylorMade products. The R7 range of irons was introduced in 2006 and features a deep cavity design that creates a low and deep center of gravity, maximizing carry and control. The irons are also equipped with the company's Inverted Cone Technology that has proved so successful with TaylorMade's drivers.
2, 3 and 4-Irons
All clubs in the TaylorMade R7 series are designed for both left-handed and right-handed golfers. The 2-iron has a loft of 18 degrees, a lie angle of 60.5 degrees and is 39.5 inches long. The 3-iron has a loft of 20 degrees, a lie angle of 61 degrees and is 39 inches long. The 4-iron has a loft of 22 degrees, a lie angle of 61.5 degrees and is 38.5 inches long.
5, 6 and 7-Irons
The 5-iron has a loft of 25 degrees, a lie angle of 62 degrees and is 38 inches long. The 6-iron has a loft of 28 degrees, a lie angle of 62.5 degrees and is 37.5 inches long. The 7-iron has a loft of 32 degrees, a lie angle of 63 degrees and is 37 inches long.
8 and 9-Irons
The 8-iron has a loft of 36 degrees, a lie angle of 63.5 degrees and is 36.5 inches long. The 9-iron has a loft of 40 degrees, a lie angle of 64 degrees and is 36 inches long.
There are four wedges in the R7 line. The pitching wedge has a loft of 45 degrees, a lie angle of 64.5 degrees and is 35.75 inches long. The approach wedge has a loft of 50 degrees, a lie angle of 64.5 degrees and is 35.75 inches long. The sand wedge has a loft of 55 degrees, a lie angle of 64.5 degrees and is 35.5 inches long. The lofted wedge has a loft of 60 degrees, a lie angle of 65 degrees and is 35.25 inches long.
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