Our Review:When you put the Ben Hogan name on an iron called Pro, you’d better deliver. Hoganites need not worry. The long and middle irons are hollow with a high-strength, maraging-steel-alloy face insert, and the short irons are a solid construction of co-forged 1025 carbon steel with titanium cores of various sizes. The idea is to selectively replace the steel with lighter titanium to shift the center of gravity upward on the short irons. Read more >>
Specs: 7-iron: 34 degrees; PW: 46 degrees
Price: $110 (per iron)
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
lowThey look like classic Hogans but have that sizzle off the face you want. A soft feel, too.
midContact feels amazing. Even when my sequence was off, the ball still went straight and it felt great in my hands.
highThe club itself is effortless to hit. As smooth as can be. When you make contact, it just flew off of the face.