Wilson Staff has spent the last few years making spectacular irons for better players. With the M3 iron, they’ve created a set with all the looks and feel plus a big helping of forgiveness.
With a slotted sole and cross-cavity stability, Adams new XTD iron is one of the most forgiving irons in history. This review breaks down this highly advanced game improvement offering.
2014’s most forgiving iron is also one of 2014’s longest irons – the PING Karsten irons.. That combination can only be achieved through the exceptional engineering we’ve come to expect from PING.
With the Covert 2.0 iron, Nike delivers a well-rounded game improvement club that golfers of many different skill levels can play and enjoy.
Tour Edge Exotics proves once again that they’re more than just a fairway wood company. Check out this review of the outstanding CB PROh driving iron.
Bill may have knocked his current irons out of the bag with the X2 Hot Pro irons from Callaway. Read his take on some of the newest irons from Callaway here.
In the Nike Covert 2.0 Forged irons, Bill finds a club that offers a significant distance boost without making sacrifices in terms of looks, feel, or control.
Just like every golfer, you want forgiveness, but you don’t want to look at a shovel. You want performance, but you don’t want to be punished on mishits. I’ve got just the club for you…
Is TaylorMade’s new SpeedBlade iron good enough to find a spot in Matt’s bag? Read this review and find out.
PING’s best-ever irons in terms of looks and feel come with a surprising amount of forgiveness for a club geared towards top-tier ball strikers.