Our Review:The players using irons in this category typically swing a little slower than average. That makes generating speed imperative. The F-Max irons address that through a lighter overall club weight (including a lighter midsize grip) that’s designed to make shots fly faster, farther and higher. An undercut cavity puts the iron’s weight low and wide across the sole, assisting launch in the long irons. Higher lofts throughout further help get the ball up. Read more >>
Specs: 7-iron: 31.5 degrees; PW: 45 degrees
Price: $100 (per iron)
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
highThe clubhead appears in alignment when looking down on it. Less weight lets you swing really fast.
highTop-of-the-line looks, and it was easy to perform. You were able to work them either way, rare in this category. It was crisp sounding and the feel matched it.
highIt's really easy through the turf—it's not a road grader like some of these oversize heads. You get a nice-looking divot and it propels through the turf.