Iron Reviews

Iron Reviews

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

Pros: Everyone from PGA Tour players to mid-handicap golfers can play the i irons thanks to their progressive design (larger long irons, smaller short irons)....

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,...

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,...

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: Forged cavity back irons with a compact shape that use tungsten weights to boost launch and forgiveness. Cons: They don't feel as soft as other forged...

Pros: The CB57's have an incredibly soft feel. They're made to some of the tightest tolerances in the industry, and have a beautiful nickel satin chrome...

Pros: The RSi 1's offer big distance from almost anywhere on the face. The more compact RSi 2's are top performers that surprised us...

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....

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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: A forged blade-type iron with a little bit of a size advantage for extra forgiveness. Tungsten weighting offers excellent feel, and the presence...

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: 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...

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...

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...

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: The ultra forgiving long irons and compact short irons make the new AP1's one of the most attractive sets in their category. The 714 AP2...