What we say...
A low CG, high MOI and deep cavity back make the Predator a long and forgiving iron. Progressive offset throughout the set offers extra help getting the long irons airborne but without losing control in the shorter clubs.
For anyone looking to get into the game a £199 for a set of irons has to represent decent value for money, so there’s definitely a place for the Predator. But we reckon for the serious golfer who’s probably a club member playing on a weekly basis there’s not too much of interest here. The head doesn’t boast of any serious ball speed or extra forgiveness tech which limits its potential. Yes overall it’s a reasonable looking head, with the hint of a Callaway X-14 from years ago, but as an overall package we find it difficult to recommend after posting numbers just below our test averages.
Lynx have made a comeback over the last few years and they’re equipment is on the up and up. Pick your products wisely and you’ll get a solid performing product for a reasonable amount of money, on that basis we reckon there’s better out there than the Predator.