The Verdict: 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 >>
Loft: 7-iron: 30 degrees; PW: 43 degrees
Street Price: $500 (per iron)
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