Our Review:If you’re going to charge $4,000 for a set of irons, you’d better push the boundaries of materials and performance. That starts with a hollow-body design with an ultra-thin face using an unnamed steel never before used in golf. High-density tungsten— up to 50 percent of the club’s overall weight in the long irons—is placed in the heel and toe to improve forgiveness and stability on off-center hits and to help shots launch higher with less spin. Read more >>
Specs: 7-iron: 30 degrees; PW: 43 degrees
Price: $500 (per iron)
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
lowThe ball really jumps off the face; maybe on the futuristic side, but I like the new look.
midKind of a marvel of engineering. Everything’s well hidden in what is almost a blade-like shape. Very nice, medium penetrating flight but still lands softly.
highReally powerful sound and feel. Feel like The Hulk hitting balls with this thing. It just rockets off the face with a driving ball flight.