Golf Clubs - Iron Reviews

  • Wilson Staff D300 Irons Review

    RRP: £579

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    BUY NOW Tech: Wilson’s FLX Face tech means just 26% of the face touches the head which Wilson say improves face deflection by 16% over the previous D200 model. More face flex equals more ball speed and with so much of the face deflecting you can...

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  • Cobra King Oversize Irons Review

    RRP: £699

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    Cobra's King Oversizes Irons are much more forgiving but are still capable of delivering high ball speeds - and our testers loved the feel of it. This iron made it in to our top 10 Super Game Improvement irons of 2018 in our biggest equipment test...

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  • Callaway Big Bertha OS Irons Review

    RRP: £849

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    BUY NOW Tech: A lightweight, strong Exo-Cage frame inside the head eliminates inefficient weight, meaning Callaway’s engineers had more weight to position to influence forgiveness. We say: The construction method of this latest model is nothing like...

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  • Mizuno JPX 900 Hot Metal Irons Review

    RRP: £105

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    Mizuno's JPX 900 Hot Metal Irons made our top 10 super game improvement irons for 2018, in our biggest ever equipment test - top gear. Find out everything you need to know about them below.  Mizuno JPX 900 Hot Metal Irons Review: You should...

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  • Callaway XR OS Irons Review

    RRP: £599

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    BUY NOW Tech: Feature specially heat-treated cup faces to improve strength, while a softer heat-treated body improves feel. All this tech is combined with a wider sole for ultimate forgiveness.  We say: Callaway made its iron name on big,...

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  • MD Golf Superstrong STR Irons Review

    RRP: £299

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Tech: A wide sole, undercut cavity back and thick top edge ensure maximum playability when shots are hit off centre. A black PVD finish and Rifle shaft mean the STR’s are a top spec iron but pitched at a very reasonable price. Our verdict: We’ve...

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  • Tour Edge Exotics EXd Review

    RRP: £475

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    Tech: A free-standing un-supported face with deep undercut mean the face is extremely hot and able to flex at impact. Progressive CG’s throughout the set optimise performance and two tungsten weights on the toe and heel deliver high MOI...

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  • Wishon Sterling Review

    RRP: £75

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    Tech: One of the very first single length irons available. The idea being with every club being the same weight and length you get exactly the same feel and confidence as you usually would standing over a 7 or 8 iron. Some very clever tinkering with...

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  • Cobra King F7 One Length Review

    RRP: £549

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    Bryson Dechambeau helped pioneer the concept of the one length irons, and while we absolutely love the theory behind these irons - we struggled a little in practice.  Cobra King F7 One Length: Tech The heads on the Cobra King F7 One-length irons...

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  • Callaway Steelhead XR Irons Review

    RRP: £649

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    Tech: The Steelhead chassis is based on one of Callaway’s most popular ever irons, the X-14. A new 360 cup face brings the iron bang up to date and delivers greater ball speed efficiency for both on and off centre hits. A steel-infused soft urethane...

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  • Srixon Z 565 Irons Review

    RRP: £770

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    Srixon's Z 565 irons made our top 10 game improvement irons for 2018 in our biggest ever equipment test - Top Gear. Find out what our three testers made of it below Srixon Z 565 Irons Review: You need to know SUP10 spring steel faces are...

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  • TaylorMade M1 Irons Review

    RRP: £849

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    BUY NOW Tech: Distance and forgiveness have been rolled together in a more compact head, which for many golfers is a potent mixture. Face slots and speed pockets increase flex at the perimeter of the head to improve ball speed consistency and drop...

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  • Wilson Staff C200 Irons Review

    RRP: £525

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    Tech: The C200 irons push innovation to unforeseen limits say Wilson. They’re designed for the Crossover player seeking a midsize head shape with moderate offset, but those who also want maximum distance and the best feel in its class. Urethane...

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  • Titleist 716 AP2 Irons Review

    RRP: £133

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    Tech: Our most advanced players iron ever say Titleist. A co-forged construction delivers tour proven performance, with high-density tungsten weighting on the toe and heel aligning the CG perfectly with the centre of the face for maximum ball speed...

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  • Titleist 716 CB Irons Review

    RRP: £117

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    Tech: A modern forged cavity blade say Titleist. There’s tungsten toe and heel weighting to maintain ball speeds on off centre hits, and progressive CG locations to deliver a tour-proven shot trajectory.     Our verdict: Titleist are...

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  • PING G Irons Review

    RRP: £92

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    BUY NOW Ping G Irons Review: Tech The Ping G irons are heat treated to make the heads 40% stronger than the 17-4 SS Ping traditionally use in their irons. COR-Eye technology behind the face encourages more of the face, top rail and sole to flex at...

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  • Mizuno MP-5 Irons Review

    RRP: £120

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    Tech: The MP-5’s have a channel back so sit between Mizuno’s classic blades and smaller headed  player cavity backs. The channel back keeps enough mass behind the hitting area so you get blade like feel but enough material is removed to increase...

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  • Mizuno MP-25 Irons Review

    RRP: £120

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    BUY NOW Tech: Mizuno’s 1025 boron steel gives the extra strength required to create micro-slot pocket cavities in the 3-6 irons which means increased face flex and ball speeds. Mizuno say it’s a true distance iron for tour players.  Our...

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  • Lynx Black Cat Irons Review

    RRP: £389

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    Lynx have a rich heritage in irons, with both Ernie Els and Fred Couples using them at the peak of their careers in the ‘90s. Today, the brand is British owned, and all of the equipment is designed in the UK. Lynx reckon their latest creations can...

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  • Callaway Apex Pro 16 Irons Review

    RRP: £879

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    BUY NOW Tech: Callaway’s premium forged iron has a classic look that’s been influenced by their tour staff. The heads are soft 1025 carbon steel to maximise feel, and there’s progressive cg’s (thanks to tungsten weighting) to optimise playability and...

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