TaylorMade completes Qi10 family with fairway woods, rescues and irons

TaylorMade has announced details of the fairway woods, rescues and irons which complement its 2024 Qi10 driver line-up.

Breakthrough technologies feature in the new metalwoods, including Infinity Carbon Crown in the fairways woods, and precision weighting and shaping in the new range of rescues.

Both the fairways and hybrids come in three models: Qi10, Qi10 Max and Qi10 Tour.

Each member of the Qi10 fairway wood and rescue family has a unique face design, which aims to maximise ball speed across the face for each loft. TaylorMade engineers used iterative computer simulations to determine the shape and thickness of each area to properly maximise the COR area around where golfers are most likely to impact the ball with each model.

The Qi10, Qi10 Max and Qi10 Tour fairways also boast the all-new Infinity Crown that provides a clean, uninterrupted view at address. Engineers relied on this design to reshape the club, shifting more weight lower in the clubhead to maintain high inertia with a slightly enlarged face profile to inspire confidence and generate ball speed.

The Qi10 fairways (RRP £309) also incorporate proven TaylorMade technologies such as the Thru-Slot Speed Pocket and a laser-etched topline. Continuing the legacy of V Steel technology, the sole design aims to improve turf interaction and versatility further.

Departing from the traditional, the Qi10 Max fairway (RRP £309) boasts an ultra-high MOI construction, combining low CG projection with a confidence-inspiring 200cc head. Internal mass pads have been designed for maximum forgiveness, with the weight moved to the extreme low back, making this fairway the easiest to hit in the line.

The Qi10 Tour fairway (RRP £379) features a titanium head that frees up additional mass for precise CG placement in a compact, Tour-proven shape. It boasts a lower profile moveable weight system with a 50g sliding weight and a 2° loft sleeve to multiple versatile flight options. Golfers can shift the weight back for higher launch and stability, centre it for all-around performance, or move it forward for a low-spin ball flight and maximum distance.

The Qi10 family of rescue clubs is headlined by the all-new Carbon Crown in the Qi10 and Qi10 Max models, which frees up mass for optimal weight distribution and forgiveness.

Each rescue features a different shape – the oversized Qi10 Max, classic Qi10, and compact Qi10 Tour.

The Qi10 Rescue (RRP £269) has internal split weighting and low CG to create a versatile rescue with extremely long distance and easy, high launch. The mid face height allows for easy launch from tight lies and confidence off the tee. Both Qi10 and the oversized Qi10 Max (RRP £269) hybrids also feature the V Steel sole to improve turf interaction and versatility.

The Qi10 Tour Rescue (RRP £279) has a deeper forged C300 face with a higher toe that provides a look and performance for players seeking a combination of distance, workability, control and iron-like turf interaction. Internal heel-toe weighting promotes added forgiveness with a more compact look.

Finally, the Qi Irons blend minimalistic aesthetics and advanced multi-material technology in a game improvement iron.

At the heart of the Qi Iron (RRP £143 per iron) are individual head optimisation, organic face designs and FLTD CG – which work in unison to help golfers minimise the right miss.

“Qi Irons represent a fusion of performance and design, delivering a combination of distance and accuracy with a solid feel unexpected of game improvement irons. We rely on a team of technologies to make this possible, with the ultimate goal of giving golfers straight distance that outperforms the competition,” said Matt Bovee, TaylorMade’s director of product creation.

With the Qi Irons, TaylorMade debuts its Integrated System Design – a suite of technologies aimed at optimising each individual iron head. The system integrates face design, Speed Pocket functionality and mass distribution to collectively influence ball speeds, launch angles and spin rates to ensure ideal gapping, ball speeds and launch angles throughout the set.