The latest addition to TaylorMade’s Tour Preferred line up is finding its way into the bags of more and more tour pros. Should you add one to yours? Matt gives you his take in this review.
Last year, Cobra’s Amp Cell irons set a high bar for performance from a game improvement iron. Can this year’s BiO Cell iron surpass them? Read Bill’s review to find out what he thinks.
In a year of irons that go a long, long way, the Wilson Staff D100 ES irons have a top gear that no other club can touch. If you want distance and forgiveness, this sets need to be on your short list.
Wilson Staff’s popular C-series irons get updated with all the distance that you’ll need, solid looks, and plenty of forgiveness for the days that you’re not at your best.
The TaylorMade Tour Preferred MB’s are Bill’s favorite TM iron since ’09, but they aren’t for the faint of heart. Read Bill’s review to get the full story!
This simply isn’t your daddy’s Mizuno. With huge forgiveness (and size), the JPX-EZ is designed for players who thought they’d never play a Mizuno.
Wilson Staff has spent the last few years making spectacular irons for better players. With the M3 iron, they’ve created a set with all the looks and feel plus a big helping of forgiveness.
With a slotted sole and cross-cavity stability, Adams new XTD iron is one of the most forgiving irons in history. This review breaks down this highly advanced game improvement offering.
2014’s most forgiving iron is also one of 2014’s longest irons – the PING Karsten irons.. That combination can only be achieved through the exceptional engineering we’ve come to expect from PING.
With the Covert 2.0 iron, Nike delivers a well-rounded game improvement club that golfers of many different skill levels can play and enjoy.