Our Review:Sometimes multiple materials are used to mask a deficiency in one area. Here they're used to produce a progressive-offset iron with plenty of size and a desirable combination of distance and playability. A variable-thickness cupface enlarges the area of the face that delivers high ball speed. Tungsten weighting is used to dial in the trajectory of each long iron. A cool feature: the pockets of air within the urethane injected inside the head. The purpose is to help the face flex while damping vibration.
Specs: 7-iron: 30 degrees; PW: 44 degrees
Price: Set of eight: $900
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Look / Sound / Feel
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midThe long irons are forgiving. I might not need a hybrid. They also have that jumpy feel off the face.
highI hit a couple a little fat and still got good distance.