Today's irons for better players focus on enhancing the seemingly incompatible traits of distance and precision. The FG Tour V6 balances these well, using multiple materials and loft-specific center-of-gravity movement. The 3-, 4- and 5-irons fuse tungsten into the low toe (12 grams) and low heel (eight grams) to improve off-center-hit stability. On the 6- and 7-iron, all 20 grams of the tungsten is centered low in the sole, helping to increase launch. The 8-iron through gap wedge don't use tungsten.
They're exactly what I look for in terms of ball flight, workability and consistency.
It has that old-school look that is short from heel to toe and frames the ball well.