The V-Steel fairway metals featured a 455 stainless steel face welded to the body for a high COR, while CG was positioned for medium-high ball trajectory. The sole design minimizes turf contact so that more power is imparted to the ball, while the clubhead glides squarely through impact instead of slowing and/or twisting.
The V Steels were available in 3W (15°) and 5W (18°) lofts.
vasquezspears5355093 - 9/26/22 i am really satisfied with this product i love balls so i always choose rolling ball 3d as my favorite ball i will recommend to everyone about your product
FletaHoeger54 - 8/5/22 I have only had the opportunity to play with the TaylorMade - V Steel shafts, but I can see why they are so popular. The feel and control of this club is incredible. The sound it makes when you hit the ball is great too. The only negative thing about these clubs is that there recources are very expensive. In my opinion, if you are looking for a new set of irons or wedges, I would go with a cheaper brand such as Wilson or Callaway instead of this one.
coojofresh - 4/18/13 very nice club. i got it today and used it today. very awesome. somebody said in their review that it plays like a hybrid. i would have to agree with that. i hit a couple smoking shots today. i really like this stick.
Legitimatebeef - 7/30/10 Pretty classic stick. Cool look and cool sound. Everyone who sees it thinks it kewl. I'm sure some pro's are still gaming them. And why not, its a very nice little clubhead.