RRP:    £99.00 05 December 2006
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3 out of 5

A super budget irons buy, the Howson GBH Attacker is great for those new to the game, and at £100 for a set it’s unbeatable value. Reasonable feel and performance, low, deep weighting, low-profile heads and a soft shaft make it simple to launch the golf ball high and reasonably long. Obviously not a club which established golfers will turn to, but for a beginner you simply can’t go wrong.

Product Information

Womens Available -
Left Handed available -
Custom-Fit available -
Lofts -
Forgiveness level High
Graphite shafts available Yes
Iron type Cavity
Offset Moderate

Howson's stainless steel deep cavity design, high launch sole and a tungsten weighting system promote playability and ease of getting the golf ball airborne.

Steel: £99, Graphite: £129
Contact: 01283 512201
Web: www.howson-golf.com

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Howson Attacker Irons Today's Golfer 2006-12-05T16:07:00.0000000 A super budget irons buy, the Howson GBH Attacker is great for those new to the game, and at £100 for a set it’s unbeatable value. Reasonable feel and performance, low, deep weighting, low-profile heads and a soft shaft make it simple to launch the golf ball high and reasonably long. Obviously not a club which established golfers will turn to, but for a beginner you simply can’t go wrong. A super budget irons buy, the Howson GBH Attacker is great for those new to the game, and at £100 for a set it’s unbeatable value. Reasonable feel and performance, low, deep weighting, low-profile heads and a soft shaft make it simple to launch the golf ball high and reasonably long. Obviously not a club which established golfers will turn to, but for a beginner you simply can’t go wrong. 3.05
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