The PING G710 irons are the company’s longest and most forgiving irons ever, but PING also took care to make them look, sound, and feel great. Full review here.
The Srixon Z-Forged irons deliver consistent performance for the high end ball striker. Learn more in this review.
If you could use some help getting the ball airborne, the Cobra T-Rail irons may be your ticket to happiness. Matt M gives you the full run down here.
The PXG iron with the most to offer in terms of distance and forgiveness is the 0311 XP GEN3. Learn more in this review.
The TaylorMade SIM Max irons carry forward the Speed Bridge design found in the M5 and M6 irons. In this review, Dylan discusses whether it was put to better use in this set.
For the player that prizes both looks and forgiveness, the PXG 0311 P GEN3 irons are the perfect choice.
If you want an iron that can provide distance and forgiveness at a smaller-than-expected size, the Honma TW 747 P is worth a look.
If you like the look of a traditional iron but need forgiveness and distance, the Wilson D7 Forged irons are the perfect set for you.
PXG promises that each new generation of clubs outperforms the last. The PXG 0311 T GEN3 irons certainly live up to that claim.
Wish you could hit the ball reliably in the air and not into the trees? The Cleveland Launcher HB Turbo irions may be the the clubs you need.