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Dec 14th, 2015 Article

Cobra King Pro Forged Irons

We recently got to try all the latest Cobra gear. And Deputy Editor Dan fell in love with these Cobra King Forged irons. Boy are they soft. Watch the video to see what we thought about these black beauties, then read on for more technical details about these awesome forged irons. 

Dec 11th, 2015 Article

Nike Vapor Fly Pro Irons

Nike set out to create a set of irons that launch the ball higher and farther, with forgiveness but more workability than a traditional game-improvement iron.

Dec 11th, 2015 Article

Nike Vapor Fly Irons

Nike's Vapor Fly irons feature three unique RZN-enhanced, game-improvement constructions, that  push weight lower and toward the perimeter for consistent, high and long shots that retain a tremendous feel.

Dec 8th, 2015 Article

Cobra King F6 Irons: Exclusive First Hit

We were lucky enough to sample all of the new Cobra Golf clubs for next year, and we’re pretty sure a lot of you will be playing Cobra’s F6 Irons next season.

Nov 7th, 2015 Article

TaylorMade PSI Irons

It's release weekend for the new TaylorMade PSI irons. Designed for mid to low handicaps, the PSI offer forged short irons for feel, tungsten weights for forgiveness, and speed pockets and face slot for distance.

Oct 15th, 2015 Article

Mizuno JPX EZ Irons

Mizuno’s JPX EZ is the easiest to hit iron in their range. Designed to hit the ball a mile, the JPX EZ is designed for distance but not at the expense of feel. 

Oct 8th, 2015 Article

Mizuno JPX EZ Forged Irons

The most forgiving forged iron that Mizuno have ever produced, the JPX EZ Forged is a true distance iron. Yet with it's forged head, it should feel incredibly soft at impact.

Oct 1st, 2015 Article

Callaway Apex Pro 16 Irons

Callaway’s Apex Pro 16 is the most forgiving forged players iron they have ever produced. With a shape and size similar to the X forged, but with the forgiveness of the original Apex Pro’s, expect these to be filling up both tour and club bags next season. 

Sep 29th, 2015 Article

The New Callaway Apex CF16 Irons

Callaway’s Apex irons were one of the big success stories over the last couple of seasons. We all want more help, but we don’t want to use chopper big bats. The Apex felt great, and the ball flew miles, without looking like a garden rake. The Apex CF16 is their update.

Sep 22nd, 2015 Article

Titleist 716 CB Irons

The Titleist 716 CB was the biggest surprise in the new Titleist range. While the MB is still a classic MB, and not professing to be anything but, the new CB has really been amped up. 

Sep 22nd, 2015 Article

The all new Titleist 716 AP2

If the MB is the Titleist iron we want to play while the the forgiving AP1 is the club that most of us should be playing, then the AP2 is the club that most likely we will be playing. It’s a pocket rocket of a golf club, with loads of technology packed in to a classic looking iron. 

Sep 22nd, 2015 Article

The Titleist 716 MB Irons

Titleist are known as the serious brand for serious golfers. And golfers don't get any more serious than if they are using a set of muscle back blades. In an ideal world I'd be good enough to play the Titleist 716 MB. Seriously just look at it. It's stunning. But reality hits for most of us, as soon as we miss the tiny sweetspot.