Iron Reviews

Iron Reviews

Golf is a game of choices, and that's true of golf equipment as well -- especially when it comes to irons. No other club...

Pros: Classy, satin-like finish. Fantastic forged feel. Scoring irons are have thinner toplines than previous JPX series. Excellent forgiveness for their size and better-than-average playability....

The GolfWRX Editors' Choice Awards recognize the very best in gear. We tested, fitted and debated to develop the list in lieu of spending...

by Johnny FROM Taylormade: Our Longer is Longer Engineered for extreme distance and pinpoint accuracy. Inspired by metal-wood construction. Fast-flexing faces and innovative Toe-Bar technology for exceptional...

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...

            In June Ping Golf hosted GolfWRX < << LINK TO THE ARTICLE >>> to tour their facilities and introduce the Ping Milled Anser putters...

What are players irons? To answer that question, it's easier to start with what players irons are not. Players irons are not "game-improvement irons," which have oversized club heads,...

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...

Pros: Soft feeling, great to look at, perfect spin and forgiveness in a players body. Considered "Game Changers" to many top club fitters interviewed....

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...

By Editor Todd Hibbert GolfWRX was invited to test drive Ping's i20 irons in late 2011, and after hitting them I told the design team...

Pros: The G25's are more compact than the G20's in every way -- especially the short irons, which our reviewer called "downright svelte looking." But...

Pros: Clean and classy at address, with no visible bulk behind the top lines. These launch higher and faster than most irons their size, and...

by golfware Pros: Forgiveness is my MIDDLE name! Long is my FIRST name! The black hides lot of Super GI features into a pleasing compact GI...

For golfers who don't want to play a blade but also can't bare to look down at a shovel GI iron, we have a...

Pros: The 716 AP2 irons retain the looks, forged feel and flight characteristics of Titleist's previous model, while adding 25 percent more tungsten to their design to improve...

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...

This list of the best blade irons in golf isn't like the Gear Trials: Best Clubs Lists that we've published for 2015. It couldn't be,...

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...

Pros: The higher-launching, more forgiving MT irons and lower-launching TT irons blend together nicely to allow a player to mix and match a set. Both...

Review by GolfWRX Editor Chisag PROS: With their thin topline and minimal offset, the MP59's are one of the best looking irons in the address position...

Pros: Their hollow-bodied, multi-material chassis bares an uncanny resemblance to the shape of the 716 MB irons that most golfers wish they could play, yet offers a...

Pros: The JPX-EZ Forged irons are larger than Mizuno's popular MP series irons, but they're made with the same "Grain Flow" forging process and...

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...

The Nike VR Pro Blades and VR Pro Combo sets are the conforming versions of two of Nike's best iron sets. Aimed at the...

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...

Pros: A serious distance upgrade. The 716 AP1 irons have thin, unsupported club faces that make them a challenger in the distance category. The...

In golf, Ping is known as a company that produces high-quality cast irons for golfers of all ability levels – everyone from high handicappers...

GolfWRX Editor Review 6/12 Looking for some interesting and hot looking irons this year? Looking to set yourself apart from the same old irons you...

To determine the best driver of 2017, we asked the GolfWRX community of equipment experts to provide their opinions based on their individual testing...

Pros: The Apex irons are incredibly long and forgiving. Slimmer short irons make the set more appealing to better players. The Apex Pro long...

by Reid Ogata aka pitbull808 For those who have seen my forever rotating and updating WITB you probably noticed I like to try a little...

Irons, Price: 3-PW ($162.50 steel, $177.50 graphite) Stock Steel Shafts: True Temper Dynamic Gold (S300, X100), Project X (5.0, 6.0), Nippon Modus 105 (Stiff, X-Stiff),...

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...

by floyd Introduction: This in my non-biased review of the Mizuno MP-69s.  First I must say that I have played Mizuno blades on and off for...

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You have GolfWRX’s guarantee that this is the funniest talking golf club comedy sketch you’ll see today. Of course, it doesn’t have much (any?)...