The Cobra KING Utility Iron is one of the few utility irons to offer adjustable loft. Does that feature elevate it above the rest? Find out in our review.
If you’re looking for distance and ease of use, nothing in the Callaway line trumps the MAVRIK irons.
You don’t need to choose between good looks and consistency if you opt for the Callaway MAVRIK Pro irons.
Want a players iron that doesn’t sacrifice distance or forgiveness? The Honma TR20 V irons are worth a look.
The new Honma TR20 P irons blend elements of players irons with pieces of game improvement clubs. Is it a winning recipe? Read our review to find out.
The Miura TC-201 irons claims to blend the performance of a blade with the forgiveness of a cavity back. Matt evaluates that claim in this review.
The Callaway MAVRIK Max irons were designed for the player who wants to hit long (very long) draws. Full review here.
Is there anything new in the Miura MB-101 from a performance standpoint? Matt answers that question in this review.
With Cobra’s first ever carbon fiber topline, the KING SPEEDZONE irons look like nothing we’ve seen before. Our take on looks and performance here.
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.