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If you’re having problems hitting your long irons then here is the TaylorMade Rescue Mid With Graphite Shaft to the rescue. It is not only easy to use but deliver better distance than your long irons.

This golf club boasts of a high moment of inertia and lower center of gravity. Thus, you get maximum forgiveness as well as high launch and high spin angles even on mishits. The Rescue Mid has been tested by TaylorMade and found out that it can deliver an additional five and a half miles per hour in terms of ball speed. This means it can outspeed the other long irons by as much as seven additional yards.

The Rescue Mid has a double crown which enables it to lessen head distortion at impact so you maximize the transmission of energy to the ball. It has a mid-size clubhead, a 455 stainless steel faceplate and a broad functional sole.


Golfers who prefer a small and blade-style club should try the Ping o10 irons. They may be smaller but you can still rely on its avity back to provide maximum forgiveness. This golf club boasts of a compact head and a players’ iron look thanks to the thin top rail.

It also has a stabilized face and an improved consistency due to the Custom Tuning Port or CTP’s rib structure. It can provide high moment of inertia due to the face structure and new cavity. Expect a penetrating ball flight arising from the center of gravity’s location.

This Ping iron is longer than the average iron and more forgiving. Perhaps, this is the reason why Ping are considered the maker of the best irons.