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    Review: Callaway Apex Pro irons

    Pros: One of the most forgiving models in its class. The Apex Pros offer fantastic looks, feel and workability, and they’re great from the rough. They’re also pretty long for a blade-style iron. Cons: The price point ($1099)...

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    Review: TaylorMade Tour Preferred UDI (Ultimate Driving Iron)

    Pros: Not your grandfather’s (or even your father’s) driving iron. Effortless launch, long distance and a surprising amount of forgiveness. Cons: While more forgiving than expected, these driving irons are for the better golfer and if forgiveness on mishits...

    • Posted 95 days ago
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    2014 Gear Trials: Best Players Irons

    So what are players irons? Historically, they’ve been forged, blade-like irons that better players tend to use, and we hate that definition. If we achieve anything with this list of golf’s best players irons, we hope to change...

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    TaylorMade releases Tour Preferred UDI (Ultimate Driving iron)

    TaylorMade’s new Tour Preferred UDI (Ultimate Driving Irons) are low-lofted, hollow-bodied long irons designed to launch the ball higher and with more ball speed than traditional long irons. “We designed the Tour Preferred UDI for players seeking...

    • Posted 110 days ago
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    2014 Gear Trials: Best Game-Improvement Irons

    Let’s start with the assumption that all golf equipment purchases are made by golfers who intend to improve their games. Why then does the golf industry use the label of “game improvement” to almost exclusively describe oversized...

    • Posted 112 days ago
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    Rory shows off new “MM Proto” 2 iron on Instagram

    Rory McIlroy showed off a new 2 iron, called the “MM Proto,” on Instagram as he prepares for the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open this week. According to a Nike representative, the prototype iron represents a collaborative...

    • Posted 115 days ago
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    Ping G30 Drivers, Fairway Woods, Hybrids and Irons

    G30 Drivers No matter where a golf equipment manufacturer places the center of gravity in its latest driver, one thing is true; modern driver heads aren’t very aerodynamic objects. Ping’s new G30 driver doesn’t change that, but...

    • Posted 121 days ago
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    Review: Miura PP-9003 Straight Neck Irons

    Pros: Miura’s buttery-feeling forged irons provide forgiveness without a lot of bulk and sacrifice nothing by way of visual appeal to achieve playability. Cons: The market is saturated with oversized irons that go farther than these. Most will agree...

    • Posted 127 days ago
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    Spotted: TaylorMade UDI (Ultimate Driving Iron)

    TaylorMade has released more new club models in 2014 than any year in recent memory, but it has been noticeably absent in the driving iron category. That changed this week when we spotted players testing TaylorMade’s new...

    • Posted 128 days ago
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    Review: Taylormade SLDR Irons

    Pros: Classic looking irons with big forgiveness and hot faces that add distance through the set. Cons: The polished chrome finish looks great in the bag, but might be a little bright for some golfers at address. Bottom Line: These...

    • Posted 149 days ago
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    Review: Cobra BiO Cell and BiO Cell+ Irons

    Pros: Improved ball speeds across the face can add distance and consistency in both models. The large footprint of the BiO Cell irons offers great forgiveness throughout the set. Cons: An angular graphics package won’t please traditionalists, and...

    • Posted 160 days ago
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    TaylorMade unveils new SLDR S woods and irons

    TaylorMade has announced the release of its SLDR S line, which includes new drivers, fairway woods and hybrids that continue the company’s emphasis on “lofting up.” Like the company’s original SLDR drivers, the SLDR S measures 460cc...

    • Posted 179 days ago
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  • Tour Edge Exotics CB PROh irons review
    Review: Tour Edge Exotics CB PROh (as driving irons)

    Pros: The CB PROh driving irons (2, 3 and 4) produce the kind of ball speeds that golfers might expect from their fairway woods. Their thin, forged faces produce a soft, solid feel, and they’re very, very straight....

    • Posted 182 days ago
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    Review: Ping i25 Irons

    Pros: Ping packed tons of technology in the i25s while maintaining clean looks. Their progressive design offers higher-launching, more forgiving long irons and short irons that are smaller and more versatile. Cons: Better players might prefer a more compact...

    • Posted 185 days ago
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    Review: Adams XTD Forged Irons

    Pros: A forged blade-type iron with a little bit of a size advantage for extra forgiveness. Tungsten weighting offers excellent feel, and the presence of KBS C-Taper shafts and Iomic grips as standard options reinforces the XTD...

    • Posted 225 days ago
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    Ping 2014 Karsten Hybrid-Iron Set

    It goes without saying that golfers enjoy the game more when they’re playing their best. When they’re not playing their best… well, they’re probably not having as much fun. Ping’s new Karsten hybrid-iron set is designed to...

    • Posted 228 days ago
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    Review: Fourteen Golf FH-1000 Irons

    Pros: Blades that are playable for a willing single-digit. Beautiful shaping and top-quality satin finish. Cons: They’re pricey, about $1200 for a seven-club set. Bottom Line: Even professional golfers are moving away from blades toward more forgiving irons....

    • Posted 253 days ago
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    Adams Golf’s new XTD “Cross Cavity” Irons

    The give-and-take of golf club’s design is one of the biggest challenges engineers face when tuning its distance, forgiveness and feel. Take, for example, golf equipment’s hottest trend of “distance irons.” Such clubs have extremely thin, unsupported...

    • Posted 266 days ago
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  • Miura MB-001 Irons Review
    Review: Miura MB-001 Irons

    Pros: Unmistakable Miura feel. Very workable, and knife-like out of the rough. Cons: Righties only, and each iron costs $235 per head. Like all muscleback irons, they’re not forgiving. Bottom Line: If you’re a blade lover, these are some of...

    • Posted 268 days ago
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    Irons: Hot New Picks for 2014

    What new irons are getting the most buzz early in 2014, and which ones are testing the best at fitters around the world? You don’t have to poke around too long in our forums to find out...

    • Posted 290 days ago
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    Cobra BiO Cell+ Irons: In-hand photos and comparison pics

    Check out out in-hand and comparison photos of Cobra’s new Bio Cell+ irons, which are smaller and have less offset than the company’s Bio Cell irons that were unveiled in November. The Bio Cell+ irons include much of...

    • Posted 296 days ago
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    TaylorMade releases 2014 Tour Preferred irons

    TaylorMade has released its long-awaited line of 2014 Tour Preferred CB, MC and MB irons, which will hit stores on Jan. 6. TaylorMade will be hosting a live chat about the new irons on its website from...

    • Posted 299 days ago
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    Ping i25 irons

    Golfers who use Ping irons can usually describe their equipment needs with a single letter. “G” Series golfers, such as those who use Ping’s G25 irons, don’t mind larger-sized irons with more forgiveness that help them hit...

    • Posted 302 days ago
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    New photos bring clarity to TaylorMade Tour Preferred iron rumors

    The forums are buzzing with a nearly 30-page thread ignited by spy photos of TaylorMade’s soon-to-be-released Tour Preferred iron series. The thread exploded three weeks ago when a photo surfaced of a TaylorMade Tour Preferred MC iron...

    • Posted 334 days ago
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    Ping releases Rapture driving iron

    Talk about good timing for a club release. Ping’s new prototype “Rapture” driving iron will be available to golfers this week at the British Open and the PGA Tour’s Sanderson Farms Championship. The move makes sense, as...

    • Posted 344 days ago
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    Callaway X2 Hot and X2 Hot Pro Irons

    The most important new feature of Callaway’s new X2 Hot and X2 Hot Pro irons is something that on first glance, golfers might not even notice: Chevron-shaped silver arches on the back of their cavities. While they...

    • Posted 354 days ago
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    Review: Ping S55 irons

    Pros: A little more forgiving than the S56 irons, with a slightly softer feel. They also fly a bit farther than the previous model. A lot of technology in a small package. Cons: Purists will be disappointed that these...

    • Posted 358 days ago
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    Tech Talk: Callaway Apex Pro Irons

    The ingredients that go into tour-quality “players” irons are usually about the same. They need to have short blade lengths, thin top lines, narrow soles and a minimal amount of offset to meet the needs of the...

    • Posted 361 days ago
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  • Titleist 714 CB and MB Review
    Review: Titleist 714 CB and MB irons

    Pros: Titleist’s 714 CB and MB offer no-nonsense looks and a soft, forged iron feel for all the feedback accomplished golfers need for precision iron play. Cons: Not much difference between these and the 712 CB and MB irons....

    • Posted 364 days ago
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