Taylormade RBZ Vs Taylormade M4 Irons Comparison
Which game improvement irons are better?
The Taylormade RBZ’s or the Taylormade M4’s? Find out in the following comparison.
Taylormade RBZ Irons Overview
“The Taylormade RBZ’s are cavity back irons”
The long irons in this set feature a 2-piece construction to maximize distance.
This allows for a bit more face flexion without any loss on body stability. As a result, I was averaging 142 yards with the 5-iron.
But one of the most unique things about the RBZ irons is that they feature a Toe-Bar that actually regulates flex in areas away from the face.
This minimizes spin on mis-hits so they fly straighter than normal.
Overall, I liked the dispersion throughout the entire set. My off-line divergence never veered past 9 yards throughout my testing whether I was playing the 4-iron from the tee or the 9-iron off the deck.
Taylormade M4 Irons Overview
“The M4 irons have weight more evenly distributed throughout the sole and a slightly longer blade length than the RBZ irons.”
This actually resulted in better forgiveness than the Toe-Bar of the RBZ irons. The consistency was amazing.
Whether I hit the face flush or off towards the toe, spin was kept in check and flight was straight.
The trajectory of the M4 irons was a bit lower than that of the RBZ irons – something to note if you need high launch for your best carry distance.
During my testing, the M4’s produced even tighter dispersion than the RBZ irons.
“And the M4’s actually played a bit longer too. The M4 5-iron was yielding an average distance of 144 yards for me. So I think the Taylormade M4’s are better GI irons.
The Taylormade RBZ’s may be better for players who struggle to loft the ball; but other than that, the Taylormade M4’s are superior.”