Our Review:Having a beautiful face design is, well, great. But it does little good if typical players can’t get results. The T300 iron zeroed in on that dilemma. That meant producing a high moment of inertia iron (which mitigates the loss of ball speed on mis-hits) with a face structure built for speed. To accomplish this, a larger cavity-back design was used with a silicone-polymer core backing the center of the face. That returns more energy to the ball on off-center shots. Read more >>
Specs: 7-iron: 29 degrees; PW: 43 degrees
Price: $125 (per iron)
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
midSuper easy to hit the long irons. Turf interaction is never grabby. It’s as if the sole has Teflon.
lowCavity is hidden well. Had a nice solid pop to it, and the ball all jumped off the face. Mid to high ball flight and consistent in terms to distance.
highClean, sophisticated, sleek. They really catch my eye and standout in attractive ways. You get that quick, clean sound through the ball, and it’s consistent with your performance.