Golf Clubs - Iron Reviews

  • Cobra Bio CELL+ Review

    RRP: £649

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    The long and mid-irons feature heavy tungsten in the heel and toe for a higher MOI and faster ball speeds. The short irons feature tungsten centred behind the ball to enhance control and feel. Click here to take another look at the Cobra BiO Cell+...

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  • Callaway X2 Hot irons Review

    RRP: £550

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    The X2 Hot irons have more ball speed and forgiveness making them Callaway’s longest irons ever. The exceptional sound and feel at high ball speeds come from the stabilising arch that reinforces the face. A deep central undercut increases clubface...

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  • Callaway Apex Irons Review

    RRP: £799

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    Apex Irons are forged distance irons that provide performance and playability for a wide range of handicaps.

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  • MD Golf Aston Martin Maraging Face Iron Review

    RRP: £800

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    Click here to find out how the Aston Martin Maraging Face Irons scored in the TG Irons Test 2014 Maraging steel is durable yet thinner than cast stainless steel or forged steel. This creates a high repulsion face with very high ball speeds at impact.

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  • Adams XTD Forged Irons Review

    RRP: £699

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    Unlike traditional forged irons, XTD is a multi-piece forging that boasts the category's first-ever Cut-Thru Slot technology. A floating face and hollow design delivers a consistently faster face, adding forgiveness throughout. Tungsten weights in...

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  • Adams New Idea Irons Review

    RRP: £499

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 4 out of 5

    Adams' extensive research shows that most golfers typically hit the ball away from the center of the clubface (close to 80% of the time). To help get the most out of every shot, Adams has introduced the New Idea Combo Iron Set. This set is more...

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  • Ping Karsten Irons Review

    RRP: £86

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    Technology: A larger head and more perimeter weighting makes the Karsten iron eight per cent more forgiving than the G25. Progressive shaft lengths and lofts allow for seamless gapping. Golfers have the option of replacing the long irons for...

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  • Benross RIP Speed 2 Irons Review

    RRP: £399

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    The RIP Speed 2 irons are the most slimline cavity-back offerings from Benross. The heads are made of soft 431 carbon steel and are attached to TT Dynamic Gold steel shafts. They feature minimal offset, a thin topline and come with a cobalt finish.

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  • Benross HOT Speed 2 Irons Review

    RRP: £0

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    The middle model has all the usual game-improvement iron features: perimeter weighting for high MOI; a deep cavity for increased ball speed; and slightly less offset than the Max model for a long, forgiving iron. They have a black PVD finish. RRP:...

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  • Benross MAX Speed 2 Irons Review

    RRP: £270

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    Technical Specification: Extra Deep Undercut Cavity Back Corner and Sole Stability Weighting Large Consistently Thin Club Face Oversized Head and Wide Sole Maximum Game Improvement Technology Concept 10 Hi-Launch Steel Shaft Aldila SPEED CORE...

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  • Wilson Staff D-100 Irons Review

    RRP: £349

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    Boasting Super Light Technology, the D-100 Irons are the longest irons Wilson Staff has ever produced. They're engineered with ultimate performance-enhancing technology for players who demand distance and accuracy, and with more weight removed from...

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  • Wilson Staff C100 Irons Review

    RRP: £449

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    The 'control' side of things is taken care of by the C100s, which sit in the middle of Wilson's new range. Wilson says that the C100s provide distance and workability, the former coming primarily from a thinner face made from a stronger stainless...

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  • Wilson Staff FG Tour 100 Irons Review

    RRP: £799

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    The Wilson Staff FG Tour 100 forged set of irons reflect the evolution of bladed clubs with their classic, timeless design features. The modern 3-piece button-back head of the clubs emulate the style of the legendary 1971 Dynapower blades. The FG...

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  • Adams Golf XTD Cross-Cavity Irons Review

    RRP: £500

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    Adams’ new XTD CC irons are the first in the industry to feature a cross-cavity design, combined with “Cut-Thru” velocity slots. The idea is to create distance through technology instead of strengthened lofts. The XTD houses the brand’s thinnest cast...

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  • Lynx Boom Boom 3 Irons Review

    RRP: £549

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    The first new iron under Lynx's flagship Boom Boom product family.  The one-piece steel casting features two cavities - the first, a muscle-back cutout design which distributes weight effectively around the clubhead for forgiveness; the...

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  • TaylorMade Tour Preferred MC Irons Review

    RRP: £849

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    The TP muscle cavity model also has the Speed Pocket in the 3-7 irons, which are slightly more compact than the CB model with less offset and a thinner top line. TaylorMade says the cavity is precision-engineered for the perfect blend of feel,...

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  • TaylorMade Tour Preferred CB Irons Review

    RRP: £749

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    This cavity-back cast iron is aimed at the better player who wants distance in a relatively compact head. It features the Speed Pocket in the 3-7 irons, boosting ball speed and forgiveness where golfers need it most. The set is progressive, so the...

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  • Ping Rapture Driving Irons Review

    RRP: £175

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    This isn’t just an iron with a strong loft, or a small hybrid. While it will only be available as a 2-iron (18°), tungsten in the heel and toe of the sole help increase the MOI, which should make it a lot more forgiving than a long iron. It also has...

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  • Nike Golf VR_S Covert Forged Game Improver Irons Review

    RRP: £650

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    This iron uses variable face thickness to boost ball speed and create a lower, deeper centre of gravity that, Nike says, makes for longer, straighter shots. A redesigned cavity moves extra weight into the toe to shift the CG more in line with the...

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  • PING i25 Irons Review

    RRP: £90

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    Like its predecessor, the i25 has progressive amounts of bounce, offset and centre of gravity as you work through the set. This complements this iron’s theme of merging the workability of a players’ iron with the ball-speed-enhancing benefits of a...

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