50 Words or Less The PXG 0311 XF Gen2 irons perform well, but don’t stand out. Hard to differentiate from the 0311 P Gen2 irons. Introduction […]
The PXG 0311 T Gen2 irons are Matt’s favorite from the new line, but are they any better than the originals? We tested that for this review.
If you want a huge iron with a ton of offset, look no further than the PXG 0311 SGI Gen2 irons. We break down the performance of this beast in this review.
Callaway calls their Rogue X irons “distance machines”. And refreshingly, they aren’t shy about why as we’ll detail in this review.
Got $3,200 burning a hole in your pocket? The new PXG 0311 P Gen2 irons can take care of that, but are they worth the money?
The Callaway Rogue Pro iron takes solid forgiveness and huge distance and somehow packs them into an iron that better players are going to drool over.
The Callaway Rogue irons do everything you want a game improvement iron to do: produce loads of consistent distance while forgiving the occasional mishit.
Interested in hitting your irons a full club longer? If so, check out the PING G700 irons.
If you have the ball striking chops to play a long iron but want a little more distance and forgiveness, the Callaway X Forged UT is a great choice.
Does the Mizuno MP-18 MMC shine in a line up of great irons or is it the one you can ignore? Find out in this review.