Yonex Ezone Tri-G Irons Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 4 out of 5
  • Owner Rating 4 out of 5
  • Pros

    Long from heel to toe with a thin top line, a pleasing combination.

  • Cons

    Very unusual sound at impact will draw attention.

  • RRP £1,200.00

What we say...


TG Tester: James Ridyard

The first thing that strikes you is the sound. Regardless of how you hit it, the acoustics are very unusual and take some getting used to. The ball comes off the face fast and distance control was impressive.

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Features a five-piece head construction for maximum distance and forgiveness. The ultra thin-faced iron provides power across the face while the graphite insert enhances feel. A 3D sole design reduces ground resistance at impact.

Product Information

Left Handed available
Custom-Fit availableYes
Forgiveness levelHigh
Graphite shafts availableYes
Iron typeCavity

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  • 4 out of 5 TG Reader Review - David Fletcher

    By David Fletcher

    The light feel helped increase club speed, but I struggled to control the face at times. It looks easy to hit, is not too thick or thin. You get a soft feel from the middle, albeit with an unusual sound.

  • 4 out of 5 TG Reader Review - Alex Dalton

    By Alex Dalton

    It looks good, but the sound was very unusual, loud and slappy, which detracts from the feel. With the graphite shaft, my swing speed actually came down, but distance was above average and very consistent. Dispersion was tight, too.