November 25, 2015
If you have distance and accuracy problems, these are the clubs for you. I am 5 handicap player and I am 55. My first 2 swings with a 5 iron went straight down the middle and seemed pretty far considering I didn't warm up. I then had 138 toe pin and hit a PW 10 feet from the hole. Next hole, I hit a 165 8 iron. My normal distance for an 8 iron is 140-145.
Conclusion, an extremely easy iron to hit. You can high or low with these. The longest iron I have ever hit, with a normal swing. Very accurate, good spin and goes straight as an arrow. Very different looking iron, people will definitely ask you what irons are you hitting. These irons retailed for $1300+, so for $300 and change it's an amazing bargain. Well built, solid iron. 2 thumbs up for me! If I am playing a tight course or having iron issues, these will be in my bag.
Pros:You will gain 1-2 clubs of distance with these irons.
Point and shoot, very straight ball flight.
Very easy iron to hit.
Well built irons
Can hit from any lie
Cons:You won't be able to work the ball left or right very much. They go where you point them. You can get a little movement but not much.
It's a non traditional looking iron. Wide bottom and longer blade.
Not the prettiest clubs.