Callaway Epic Pro
Our Review:Driver technology has trickled down to irons for several years now. Problem is, irons are smaller than drivers, making it a more intricate task. For this iron, that meant creating a flexible face with a thin lip that wraps around the sole and topline, creating flex at impact to foster ball speed for on-center hits and minimize lost speed on off-center strikes. Flexibility, however, requires support. That comes from a cage-like structure with support beams.
Specs: 7-iron: 31 degrees; PW: 45 degrees
Price: Set of eight: $2,000
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
lowIt feels like a players club at impact, but the forgiveness for slight mis-hits was there when you needed it.
midThese were like a good pair of running shoes—firm and responsive with just enough cushion.