Our Review:A challenge with getting more speed in a players iron is not sacrificing feel. A key to ridding this iron of vibration is the use of a thermoplastic rubber often found in automotive parts. The material was placed between the face and the back of the undercut cavity to keep the thin face—less than two millimeters thick—feeling sweet. Elsewhere, the long irons are easier to hit because of tungsten weighting, and the forged short irons provide the control pin-seeking players want.
Specs: 6-iron: 27.5 degrees; PW: 45.5
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
lowOffers enough assistance while maintaining a players look.
lowSome jet fuel in them. Exceptional distance.
midThe little bit of offset wouldn’t have you thinking it’s a tour-player club, but it is.
midThe proportional head shape from heel to toe inspires confidence at address.