Our Review:Face it: Any club longer than a 7-iron is difficult to hit. That’s why the emphasis here is on forgiveness. The head is larger and more stable on off-center hits, and the shallow face inspires confidence. (So does the 28-degree option.) But the real source of forgiveness is the longer sole slot, which helps the face flex so shots launch with more velocity and height with less spin on low-face impacts.
Specs: 19, 22, 25, 28
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
lowHas a good kind of quiet sound.
lowIt looks sturdy. Like I could hit a good shot, then beat somebody up with it.
midIt hit a high ball and was very easy to turn over. Glides through the turf.
highThe black on black is sharp. You’d have to be really bad to mis-hit this club. This thing would be anybody’s sidekick.