As slots in the sole become commonplace, TaylorMade takes it to the next level by putting slots in the face of their new irons. The question is, do they make a meaningful difference?
Miura irons represent the pinnacle of looks and feel, and they pack in serious performance as well. See what their latest iron, the CB57, offers in this review.
Nike Golf continues to move the line in golf club evolution and development. The new Vapor Speed irons are some of the best Game Improvement irons to date. Read Bill’s review to learn more.
If you want “players clubs,” but you value distance over feel, the Mizuno JPX-850 Forged is worth a look.
With the addition of the Z U45 Utility Iron, Srixon shows that they’re serious about making clubs for the better player. Find out how this stacks up to the rest of the driving irons on the market today.
If you like taking long walks with your putter in hand, you’re going to love the new Big Bertha irons from Callaway.
Combo sets are often riddled with compromises. The Nike Vapor Speed Pro Combo irons are an exception. Find out how Modern Muscle technology works to make these irons even better than Nike’s previous combo irons.
Over the last few years, Mizuno has expanded their line to include some solid SGI and GI clubs. Is the JPX-850 one of them?
The Titleist AP2 is one of the most coveted high-end irons on the market and the 714 version of the AP2 is doing its best to hold onto that spot.
Whether you’re a novice or a pro, the PING G30 iron should be at the top of your list if you’re looking for more forgiveness and tighter dispersion with your iron shots.