The TaylorMade P7MB puts a slightly modern twist on the look of a blade, but the performance is 100% traditional. Full review here.
For the skilled player, the TaylorMade P7MC irons are a great choice, blending looks, feel, and consistent performance.
The Titleist CNCPT irons continue to push the bounds in terms of price. Are the CP-04 irons also pushing the limits of performance?
Need help getting the ball airborne or keeping it straight? The Callaway Big Bertha B21 irons are designed for you.
Can TaylorMade pack all the punch of the P790 into a compact players iron? Full review of the P770 irons here.
Seeking more distance but want an iron that looks classic in the bag? Consider the Mizuno JPX921 Hot Metal irons.
Want to play the same iron as the bulk of Mizuno’s Tour pros? Check out the aptly-named JPX921 Tour irons.
If you want to play a utility iron but need more forgiveness and ball speed, check out the TaylorMade SIM DHY. Full review here.
What makes the Mizuno JPX921 Forged irons unique? Almost nothing. Get the full story in Matt’s review.
Want to hit stingers off the tee like Tiger? The TaylorMade SIM UDI is a perfect choice, if you’ve got the speed.