The Srixon ZX5 irons set the bar high with performance, looks and feel. Find out if they are right for you in this in depth review.
Not sure what irons to put in the bag? Check out our iron buyer’s guide for some guidance on your biggest equipment purchase.
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.
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.
If you want a forged cavity back iron but need a little more forgiveness and size, check out the Lynx Prowler Forged irons.
The Wilson Launch Pad irons allow golfers to put their long irons back in the bag. Learn more in this review.
What has Titleist changed in this latest version of their classic CB iron? Find the full run down on the 620 CB here.