TaylorMade wants you to believe that the M2 Tour iron has game improvement forgiveness with tour-quality looks and feel. Should you believe them?
Are the Cobra King Pro irons the top of the class for 2015? Read Bill’s review to see what he thinks about them.
Read Bill’s review of the Miura CB-501 irons to see if they live up to the Miura Golf legend as the best forgers in the game.
If you want an iron that’s long, and you’re not discriminating about looks or feel, the TaylorMade M2 is worth taking a look at.
Bill thought the Nike Vapor Fly irons would be just another game improvement iron, but he was actually surprised with his experience. Read our review to see what Bill thoughts about these irons.
The Cobra King F6 irons may be a game improvement iron, but are they worth the same attention as the rest of Cobra’s 2016 lineup? Read our review to find out.
The C200 irons have generated more buzz for Wilson Staff than any product in recent memory. Matt Meeker tested them to see if they delivered on the hype.
It’s not quite an iron, a hybrid, or a driving iron, it’s the new PING G Crossover. Find out why you might want to put one in your bag.
PING has once again managed to pack the legendary G forgiveness into an even smaller, more attractive package. Is there any player who shouldn’t try the G irons? Probably not.
If you’re a better player seeking new irons this year, don’t overlook the new Nike Vapor Fly Pros. These sticks look as sharp as anything on the market and back up the flash with top-shelf performance.