Driver or driving iron? How to choose the right club off the tee
Super DHy$200The hollow-iron design (lofts: 18, 21, 24, 27 degrees) has a wide sole with a slot for more flexibility in the face. It's designed to be easier than a long iron yet still workable. The face has a bulge to control excessive shot curvature on toe and heel hits.
MP-H4$140The 2-iron (18 degrees) in this full set can be purchased separately and has a forged, high-strength steel face designed to flex near the USGA's springlike-effect limit. The face is framed by a hollow body with internal weighting for a low center of gravity.
712U$210Available in 2-, 3- and 4-iron lofts, the clubhead uses a forged 455 high-strength steel face insert (for higher ball speeds) and a hollow body made from 1025 carbon steel. A wide, cambered sole is designed to improve turf interaction.
FT Optiforce$400The lightweight and aerodynamic design comes with a 43-gram, 46-inch shaft on either a 440-cubic-centimeter head that adjusts between 8.5 and 11.5 degrees, or a 460cc version that adjusts between 9.5 and 12.5 degrees.
R1 Black$400The R1 Black has the same 168 settings (12-way adjustable hosel, two movable weights, seven-way soleplate) as the original R1, but this one comes in all-black to appeal to golfers who passed on the original R1's white graphics.