Top 10 Irons for Better Players

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Golf irons are generally available with either cavity-backed or blade clubheads. While cavity-backed irons are more forgiving for higher handicap players, the lower centre of gravity reduces the distance achieved by better players.

Blade irons are best suited to skilled players as they have a smaller “sweet spot” and need to be hit with a high speed for maximum efficiency. Better golfers tend to opt for forged irons, allowing better control over ball trajectory. From a control perspective, steel-shafted golf irons are the usual choice of better golfers.

The following attempts to find the best golf irons reviews of 2008. Prices range from £430 to £650:

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These golf irons are ideal for the consistent ball striker. Reviewers were impressed by the club’s looks, but found its performance unforgiving to mis-hits. Most reported a more responsive feel than traditional blades, along with improved workability and accuracy. Available in 2-SW and excellent value for money. No. 2 pick

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These Mizuno irons are available in 3-SW. Reviewers reported that they were excellent for well-struck shots, but unforgiving to off-centre strikes. A nice-looking club, but definitely one for the better player.

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These steel-shafted Callaway golf irons are available in 3-SW. Reviewers were generally unimpressed by the aesthetics of the club, with some finding it heavy. However, they were impressed by performance, achieving greater distance and accuracy.

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Reviewers were impressed by the classic sleek looks of these steel-shafted irons, available in 3-SW. They were all impressed by the distance achieved, coupled with a responsive feel. Several reported better “workability” and improved trajectory control. No. 1 pick

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These steel-shafted, forged, blade irons are available in 3-SW. Reviewers were impressed by their performance, reporting excellent control over distance, trajectory and backspin. No.3 pick


Titleist AP2 Irons

Titleist AP2 Irons

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All reviewers were impressed by the looks of the AP2, though several found the large price tag offputting. However, all were impressed by the club’s performance, reporting it to be relatively forgiving, offering excellent feel and shot control.

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This steel-shafted set of golf irons (available in 3-SW) is relatively expensive, but impressed reviewers. All reported a more penetrating ball flight, producing added distance and improving consistency and accuracy.

Ladies’s Irons

Ladies golf irons are made with the same craftsmanship as their male equivalents, but with a lighter overall weight. However, lady golfers generally have a slower swing speed than their male counterparts, so different criteria apply to selecting the “best” golf irons. For example, more flexible graphite shafts may suit lady players better than steel.

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These steel-shafted Ping ladies’ irons (available in 5-SW) are blade-style clubs with the forgiveness of a cavity back. Reviewers were impressed by both looks and performance, reporting greater penetration of ball flight, leading to extra distance.

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These graphite-shafted Nike golf irons, available in 5-SW, were well received by all reviewers. Players reported that the “slingback” design greatly aided the desired ball flight throughout the clubs. They also found that the decreasing sole widths and offsets produced greater shot control and accuracy.

Callaway FT

These graphite-shafted Callaway golf irons, supplied as a set of 6-SW, are designed for the better female player. Reviewers were impressed by both the looks and performance of the clubs. Players reported a solid feel and excellent forgiveness. Expensive, but the best players thought their performance merited the outlay.

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