What we say...
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 are cheaper.
Compared to the competition the Pro has very regular lofts, and a 34° 7-iron will always struggle to compete in terms of ball speed and carry with a 30° model. According to our data, that difference means trading off seven yards of carry.
But not all golfers just want distance, certainly not within the players’ iron category anyway. If you’re not overly concerned about power, the PTx Pro is an absolute delight. Beautiful head shapes are paired with decent shaft choices and an excellent sound and feel.