What does RAC mean TaylorMade?

Answered by Robert Flynn

When it comes to golf clubs, there are so many different terms and technologies that it can be a bit overwhelming. One term you may have come across is RAC, which stands for Relative Amplitude Coefficient. This is a technology that TaylorMade developed to improve the performance of their clubs.

The RAC technology is characterized by what TaylorMade calls “Feel Pockets” in the back of the club head. These pockets are strategically placed to optimize the feel and performance of the club. They help to increase the sweet spot and improve forgiveness on off-center hits.

What sets the RAC OS (Oversize) clubs apart is their size. These clubs are designed to be larger than traditional irons, making them easier to hit. In fact, TaylorMade claims that these are their longest irons ever. The larger size provides a larger hitting area, which can help golfers who struggle with consistency to hit the ball more consistently and with greater distance.

I personally have experience using the RAC OS irons, and I have found them to be incredibly forgiving and easy to hit. As someone who is still working on improving my golf game, having clubs that are forgiving and help to increase my confidence on the course is a huge advantage.

RAC stands for Relative Amplitude Coefficient, a technology developed by TaylorMade to improve shot-making. The RAC OS irons are oversized clubs that are designed to be easy to hit and provide maximum distance. With the added forgiveness and increased sweet spot provided by the RAC technology, these clubs can be a great choice for golfers looking to improve their game.