TaylorMade 2024 Qi Irons - Designed For Straight Distance

TaylorMade 2024 Qi Irons - Designed For Straight Distance

Meet the TaylorMade 2024 Qi Irons - your key to precision and distance in game improvement irons. Designed for optimal synergy of distance, accuracy, and solid feel, these irons blend minimalistic aesthetics with cutting-edge multi-material technology.

Qi Irons feature TaylorMade’s groundbreaking Integrated System Design. This innovative suite of technologies represents a shift in iron engineering, fostering seamless communication among key components throughout the design process. The interconnected dynamics of face design, Speed Pocket functionality, and mass distribution are harnessed to optimise ball speeds, launch angles, and spin rates.

Crafted with organic face geometries, Cap Back Design, and Speed Pocket technology, the Qi Irons deliver meticulous tuning for each iron head. The 4- and 5-irons feature a low-profile backbar design for easy launches, while shorter irons boast an exaggerated heel-toe weighting for forgiveness and precise control. The FLTD CG (Front Loaded Center of Gravity) further contributes to the set's optimised performance.

In practical terms, FLTD CG translates to easier launch with long irons and enhanced control with short irons. Strategically positioning the center of gravity lower facilitates easy launch conditions for long irons. As the set progresses, the CG gradually rises into the short irons, influencing control, launch, spin, trajectory, and accuracy.

Now in its second generation, the Cap Back Design with Toe Wrap Construction combines the benefits of a hollow-body iron with the features of a traditional cavity back. The steel back is replaced with a more efficient composite badge, resulting in a synergistic construction that optimises mass properties, maintains clean lines, and delivers a satisfying sound and feel reminiscent of player's distance irons like the P·770 or P·790.

Enhancing the sensory experience, the 2024 Qi Irons introduce HYBRAR Echo Dampers for revolutionary sound and feel. These dampers, tailored for each iron, feature strategically positioned ribbed structures situated behind the face to reduce vibrations for a smoother experience.

For those seeking higher launch and faster clubhead speeds, the Qi HL model irons are the solution. With loft configurations approximately 2° higher than the standard Qi model and a strategic weight reduction of up to 26g, the Qi HL irons enhance performance. Stock shaft options like the KBS Max LITE (steel) and Fujikura Speeder NX 50g (graphite) in flex choices S, R, and A offer a customisable experience. The Qi HL iron set covers a versatile range, including 5-P, AW, and SW.

Available in-store and online start of February!

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