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GolfWRX Spotlight: Takomo Iron 101T

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Product: Takomo Iron 101T

Pitch: Takomo Iron 101T shares the sleek looks of its big brother, Iron 101. The blade length is slightly shorter, the topline is thinner and the sole is narrower.

The 101T has a beautifully designed 431 steel body with a hollow body design to promote forgiveness without giving up the distance.

This iron’s hollow-body design makes it extremely forgiving. The thin face is precision-milled for high ball compression and spring effect leading to incredible ball speed, even on mishits.

Our take on Takomo Iron 101T

A lot of golfers want irons that won’t bust their wallet but don’t want to sacrifice on performance and looks. Takomo has been making really nice irons for a great price and the Iron 101T fills the popular players distance iron category. Right out of the box you can tell that Takomo put a lot of time into the looks, keeping them simple and attractive. The 101T has very little offset and a thinner topline for a multi piece iron.

On the course the 101T gives you distance, forgiveness, and a solid feel for a very attractive price. The 101T irons are long, offering a little extra distance without going to wildly strong lofts. The thin face not only offers distance, but it also creates a little larger sweet spot for when I am not hitting it in the dead center of the face. The irons launch a little flatter then the TaylorMade P770 but were still easy to get in the air and land softly on the green. Iron 101T are pretty forgiving for the size and imperfect strikes still fly far and online. The feel is solid and pretty soft. There is just a slight click at impact but overall the sound is very pleasant and muted. Turf interaction is good and the 101T don’t want to dig, even in the soft conditions or with steeper swings.

Overall, Takomo has made an iron that is worth looking into if you are considering a players distance iron. The price, quality, and performance of the Iron 101T are pretty amazing for the price.

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5 Comments

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  1. John Thomas

    Nov 30, 2022 at 3:58 am

    2 of the Good Good golf players on YouTube play the irons, and I haven’t seen them hit a decent shot yet with them.

  2. Jason F

    Nov 15, 2022 at 8:44 pm

    Too bad they don’t tell you that it takes weeks to get your clubs and that they don’t respond to emails from their customers. I waited 8 weeks to receive my order with no replies from them at all.

    • pi

      Nov 25, 2022 at 5:48 am

      But do you like the clubs though?

      • Jason F

        Nov 26, 2022 at 5:59 pm

        They are ok. Not the best, not the worst.
        The quality of build is mediocre. Ferrules weren’t turned properly.

        I think the fact they don’t tell you that they are shipping stock sets from China is a bit misleading because I had to pay brokerage taxes and duties so the total cost ended up being significantly more than I originally paid.

        • mizunocorgi

          Dec 1, 2022 at 5:50 pm

          Wow. Thanks for this. I was seriously considering these (before even seeing this article) but all of what you said sounds horrendous.

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