Taylor Made Rac OS Specifications

Updated July 18, 2017

TaylorMade is a leading golf equipment manufacturer and features full lines of woods, irons, putters and golf balls. TaylorMade revolutionised the game of golf by becoming one of the first equipment manufacturers to produce metal fairway woods. TaylorMade's Rac OS irons were first offered in 2002 and continue to be a popular club for their oversized heads and easy-to-hit features.


Standard sets feature irons three through pitching wedge, but the TaylorMade Rac OS irons are available in irons two through lob-wedge. All TaylorMade Rac OS irons are available for both left- and right-handed golfers.


Lofts vary from iron to iron, and the loft of a club influences ball flight and launch angle. The lofts in TaylorMade Rac OS irons range from 18 degrees in the two-iron to 60 degrees in the lob-wedge. Lofts increase in increments of two to five degrees between clubs.

Lie Angle

Lie angle affects shot accuracy and is a measure of the angle between the sole of the club and the ground. TaylorMade Rac OS lie angles range from 60.5 degrees in the two-iron to 64.5 degrees in the wedges. Lie angles increase 0.5 degrees per club.


TaylorMade Rac OS irons feature an offset design which can prevent shots that slice or curve to the right. The angle of offset ranges from seven degrees in the two-iron to two degrees in the sand-wedge and lob-wedge.


Shaft length influences clubhead speed, with longer shafts producing more speed and distance. Shaft lengths range from 39.5 inches in the TaylorMade Rac OS two-iron to 35.25 inches in the lob-wedge. Shafts can be custom-fit to suit individual golfers' heights, swing speeds and swing styles. TaylorMade offers a large number of shaft brands, flexes and materials to suit each golfer.

Cite this Article A tool to create a citation to reference this article Cite this Article

About the Author

Graham Ulmer began writing professionally in 2006 and has been published in the "Military Medicine" journal. He is a certified strength-and-conditioning specialist with the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Ulmer holds a Master of Science in exercise science from the University of Idaho and a Bachelor of Science in psychology from Washington State University.