Yonex Ezone Elite
Our Review:Designed for the super-chopper but playable by almost anyone, this iron disguises its technological horsepower in an appealing shape. The octagon-shape internal depressions behind the face create the additional face flex desired by those drawn to this category of clubs. Perhaps the most intriguing aspect, however, is the attention to the center of gravity. Weight in the heel of the long irons makes them easier to square at impact. Weight toward the toe on short irons provides stability where it's needed. It adds up to a reassuring club in your hands when the pressure is on.
Specs: 6-iron: 27 degrees; PW: 44
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
midThe shafts were light and easy to swing.
midThe huge cavity behind the face provides a big spring board. A straight ball flight and the sound has a nice crack that isn't too loud.
highThese have a huge sweet spot. Consistent trajectory, too.
highReally traditional shape — the size is conservative for this category. Enough technology to help any high handicapper but still appealing to a slightly better player.