I found this information for the Taylor Made Burner XDs. * #4 (21-degree loft; 61.5-degree lie angle; 6.7mm offset) * #5 (23-degree loft; 62-degree lie angle; 6.3mm offset) * #6 (26-degree loft; 62.5-degree lie angle; 6mm offset) * #7 (30-degree loft; 63-degree lie angle; 5.7mm offset) * #8 (34-degree loft; 63.5-degree lie angle; 5.3mm offset) * #9 (39-degree loft; 64-degree lie angle; 5mm offset) * PW (44-degree loft; 64.5-degree lie angle; 4.7mm offset) * SW (49-degree loft; 64.5-degree lie angle; 2mm offset)
The Taylormade website will give you full details.
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See Taylormade website, under vintage clubs. To be honest though, they will be the exact same as any current TM iron.
Loft may range from 19 degree to 60 degree depending on the specs of the iron.
Eighteen degree according to Taylor Made site.
It stands for "Approach Wedge" which is the same as a gap wedge and its loft is generally about 50 degrees.
The loft on the Slingshot irons as well as any other iron ranges from 14 degrees to 60 degrees.Specifically, the Nike Slingshot 4D irons specs are as follows.Club456789PWSWLoft2326303438424655Lie61626363.56464.56565.5Length38.7538.2537.7537.2536.7536.253635.75Womens Length37.7537.2536.7536.2535.7535.253534.75HandRH/LHRH/LHRH/LHRH/LHRH/LHRH/LHRH/LHRH/LH
Irons generally have steel shafts, which are shorter than woods. Irons have more loft amd the heads are a lot smaller. Woods have less loft, longer shafts which are made of graphite. The heads on woods are bigger. Woods go a lot further than irons, generally.
Well I recommend the TaylorMade wedges it doesn't matter the loft on the wedge. As long as it is TaylorMade it will work just fine. Make sure you get it custom fit. The the longer it is the more the ball will go.
The Adams website will have full details.