Golf Clubs - Iron Reviews

  • 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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  • Wilson Staff FG Tour M3 Irons Review

    RRP: ¤599

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    Wilson's new M3 range includes its a set of irons which have been designed to offer feel , forgiveness and an element of workability. Contact: www.wilsonstaff.com

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  • PING S55 Better Player Irons Review

    RRP: ¤118

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    Ping’s S family of irons (S56, S57, S58, S59) have enjoyed lots of success on Tour in the hands of players like Bubba Watson, Hunter Mahan and Louis Oosthuizen among others. The new S55s are subtly different – and Mahan is said to be hitting them...

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  • TaylorMade SpeedBlade Game Improver Irons Review

    RRP: ¤599

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    TaylorMade's SpeedBlade irons are designed to offer high launch and more distance. The Speed Pocket, which also features on TaylorMade’s RocketBladez irons, has been widened and lengthened and is now in the shape of a handle bar in the 3-7...

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  • Yonex Ezone PB Better Player Irons Review

    RRP: ¤999

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Designed for the player needing a more forgiving forged iron, the hand-forged Pocket Back iron provides a maximum levels of feel and control. Fitted with lightweight NS950 shaft.

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  • Adams Golf Idea Tech V4 Game Improver Irons Review

    RRP: ¤799

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    Available in two set options – all hybrid and forged irons. Each set features award-winning TECH V4 Hybrids and choice of high-performance, easy-to-hit hybrid irons or forged irons for a wider range of golfers.

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  • Snake Eyes Viper XCII Game Improver Irons Review

    RRP: ¤299

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Cast from 431 Stainless Steel for optimum feedback, feel and adjustability. This hollow body design will yield a super solid sound. The subtle cavity weighting gives this iron an increased MOI over previous Viper models for straight shots and maximum...

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  • Yonex i-Ezone Game Improver Irons Review

    RRP: ¤1,200

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Half Cup Face Construction lowers the CG and creates larger sweetspot for more distance and forgiveness on off-centre hits. The clubhead has a Maraging Steel Face and features a 20g Tungsten weight and a graphite plate, which enhances power. There’s...

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  • Progen HAEMA Game Improver Irons Review

    RRP: ¤249

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    The Haema hybrid iron set has been designed for distance, featuring a harder 431 stainless steel clubface and power channel directly behind it for explosive distance. RRPs: £249 (steel) and £299 (graphite).

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  • Snake Eyes Python XLD2 Game Improver Irons Review

    RRP: ¤249

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    The Python XLD2 (Extra Long Distance) offer wide soles that place more weight low in the head, especially in the long irons, making balls easier to hit with higher launch. A deep, undercut cavity keeps the centre of gravity low. RRPs: £249 (steel)...

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  • Progen Chromo Game Improver Irons Review

    RRP: ¤399

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Hardened 17-4 stainless steel has been used to create a high-strength iron head, while a cavity-back gives lots of forgiveness on off-centre strikes and weight in the head has been moved to the edges, making it as strong as possible. RRPs:...

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  • Honma Tour World TW717 Better Player Irons Review

    RRP: ¤1,275

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    Technology To celebrate its 55th anniversary year, Japanese clubmaker Honma – which famously makes all of its clubs and graphite shafts in a single giant design and production studio in northern Japan – has resurrected one of its former brands,...

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  • Titleist 712U Driving Iron Review

    RRP: ¤180

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    Adam Scott had Titleist’s new utility iron in the bag when he won the Masters. The 712U is a forged iron that provides traditional blade players with improved playability and shot control. Eengineered with a deep centre of gravity position for a...

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  • Titleist 714 MB irons Review

    RRP: ¤114

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    In a nutshell: Aimed at the highly-skilled player who wants to control the ball and move it both ways. Tech highlights: Also forged from a block of 1025 carbon steel, the 714 MB is the company’s latest line of muscleback blades. It’s the smallest,...

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  • Titleist 714 CB irons Review

    RRP: ¤114

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    One of four models that make up Titleist's new 714 family of irons, the CB model is aimed at the accomplished player who like a compact head with some forgiveness. The irons have gone through a "Tour-seeding" process where Titleist Tour pros offer...

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