Tour B JGR HF1
Some irons in this category attempt to hide their size or characteristics. There’s no such caginess here. These clubs have longer shafts, strong lofts (the 7-iron is 26 degrees, or about what some 5-irons check in at) and soles wide enough to serve cocktails. The company also makes no apologies for the fact this player likely needs fewer than eight irons: The standard set makeup here is six clubs, including two pitching wedges of 38 and 44 degrees.
Price: $850, set of six
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The ball takes off on a beautiful trajectory with a pillow-soft landing.
Incredibly easy to hit. You have to swing really bad to not hit it straight.