Golf Clubs - Iron Reviews

  • Honma T//World TR20 Irons Review

    RRP: £1,225

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    Honma's Japanese forged irons have always been lauded for their looks, feel and and performance – but how do the new Honma TR20 irons perform, and which model is right for your game?  Over recent years Honma have benefitted from significant...

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  • Callaway Big Bertha B21 Iron Review

    RRP: £899

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    The Callaway Big Bertha B21 has a wider sole, thicker topline, lots of offset and a larger face to give golfers the ultimate game-improvement iron. The B21 iron has been specifically designed to target golfers who need the most help playing the game,...

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  • Mizuno JPX921 Forged Iron Review

    RRP: £150

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    The Mizuno JPX921 Forged is the brand's first full body forged chromoly steel iron. We examine what type of golfer should have it in their bag. When Nike pulled the plug on its golf club business in August 2016, it sent shockwaves through the game...

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  • Mizuno JPX921 Hot Metal and Hot Metal Pro Iron Review

    RRP: £135

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    The new Mizuno JPX921 Hot Metal and Hot Metal Pro irons combine forgiving cavity-back performance with fast ball speeds and high launching shots. When Nike pulled the plug on its golf club business in August 2016, it sent shockwaves through the game...

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  • Mizuno JPX921 Tour Iron Review

    RRP: £150

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    The new Mizuno JPX921 Tour iron is a forged muscle cavity for the games best ball-strikers. A new cavity design softens feel and gives a more consistent ball flight. When Nike pulled the plug on its golf club business in August 2016, it sent...

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  • TaylorMade P7MB Iron Review

    RRP: £1,299

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    TaylorMade's new P7MB iron is a forged muscleback blade designed for the world's best ball strikers.  It’s not often a ladies' tour player wins with a new iron model before they’ve even been spotted on a men's tour. But that’s exactly what...

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  • TaylorMade P770 (2020) Iron Review

    RRP: £1,299

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    The new TaylorMade P770 iron blends distance with forgiveness in a compact players head shape. TaylorMade's P790 irons have sold to everyone from +4 to 24-handicappers, but the brand know 30% of golfers who’ve brought a set are low single figures...

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  • TaylorMade P7MC Iron Review

    RRP: £1,299

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    The TaylorMade P7MC iron is a forged design for the very best ball-strikers with a muscle cavity for great feel and feedback. With only 10% of tour pros opting for musclebacks there’s always a need in any top brand's iron line-up for a top...

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  • Srixon ZX5 and ZX7 irons Review

    RRP: £899

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    Srixon have been making excellent irons without capturing huge amounts of market share for years. Will the Srixon ZX5 and ZX7 be the irons that finally capture golfers' attention?  Srixon would likely admit that, as lovely as their forged...

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  • Ben Hogan Icon Iron Review

    RRP: £765

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    Ben Hogan is an icon of the game. In addition to being a legendary ball-striker with nine major championships to his name (six after returning from a serious car accident), Hogan was known for his attention to detail and exceptionally high...

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  • TaylorMade P790 Ti Review

    RRP: £2,699

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    TaylorMade P790Ti iron • RRP: £2,699 steel, £2,899 graphite • Available: November 8th 2019 • Offering: 4-PW/AW • Shafts: Nippon 950GH NEO steel shafts or Mitsubishi's MMT graphite shafts in 75g (S), 65g (R) and 55g (A) flexes • Grip: Golf Pride...

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  • Ben Hogan PTX Pro irons Review

    RRP: £605

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    Historically, forged irons have cost golfers a pretty penny, and in today’s market you won’t find many sets for less than £1,000. Ben Hogan though are an exception. Because they only trade online, you won’t find the PTx Pro in golf shops, so prices...

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  • Cleveland Launcher HB Turbo Iron Review

    RRP: £599

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    Cleveland say the new Launcher HB Turbo Irons deliver maximum forgiveness and feautre an easy-to-hit to profile that is specifically targeted at game improvement players seeking more distance and more accuracy. "These irons allow game improvement...

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  • Honma T//World 747 Vx iron Review

    RRP: £969

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    With the exception of the Cobra King Forged Tec, Honma’s Vx was the strongest lofted 7-iron in our players’ iron category (in 2020). Related: Best golf irons 2020 That means it should be fast and long. But our data has the Vx down as not only more...

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  • Cobra King Forged TEC Iron (2019) Review

    RRP: £899

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    Cobra's new King Forged TEC irons feature fast face hollow body technology. See how the Cobra King Forged TEC irons compared to the best irons of 2020  TaylorMade, Ping, Titleist and PXG have all made hay selling forged hollow body irons over...

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  • Wilson Staff D7 Forged Review

    RRP: £699

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    Wilson's new D7 Forged Irons feature power hole technology and a new club head design. Wilson Golf are building on the success of its D7 range with the launch of their new D7 Forged irons - combining distance, looks and feel to create a pure players...

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  • Callaway Mavrik Max Irons Review

    RRP: £849

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    Callaway's new Mavrik Max Irons are their easiest-to-launch iron The Flash Face in Callaway's 2019 Epic Flash driver was a big home run for the brand, so it's no surprise that Callaway want to build on the tech for 2020 and their Mavrik...

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  • Callaway Mavrik Pro Irons Review

    RRP: £849

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    Designed as a tour/player-sized iron, Callaway say their new Mavrik Pro Irons are designed to give better players workability and control.  The Flash Face in Callaway's 2019 Epic Flash driver was a big home run for the brand, so it's no surprise...

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  • Callaway Mavrik Iron Review

    RRP: £849

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    Callaway Mavrik Irons: Callaway's AI computer said 'put a different face in every iron'... so they did exactly that! The Flash Face in Callaway's 2019 Epic Flash driver was a big home run for the brand, so it's no surprise that Callaway want to build...

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  • Ping G710 iron Review

    RRP: £169

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    Ping say their new G710 distance irons are their longest and most forgiving to date. Ping's new G710 irons, boast a 5% higher MOI than the previous G700's, plasma-welded maraging steel face, machined face and grooves, tungsten toe and hosel...

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