Acknowledging you need help does not make you any less of a golfer. These irons offer the kind of assistance that turns mis-hits into acceptable shots
“I define a good person as somebody who is fully conscious of their own limitations.” Those were the words of John Bradshaw, an American educator and author who hosted a number of TV shows on PBS. Bradshaw’s works can be applied to golf, as those who are “conscious of their own limitations” can find help in super-game-improvement irons to assist them in becoming “good” golfers.
Acknowledging you need help does not make you any less of a golfer. In fact, you’re probably among the largest segment. For you satisfaction is not so much dictated by the number on the bottom of the scorecard, but in the number of quality shots you hit during the round. Get the ball in the air, make better contact more often and that leads to more fun. Finding ways to score can wait.
Help is on the way. These clubs are designed with all that in mind. Some sets feature hybrids as standard for the long irons while others use wide-soled irons that look more like utility irons. Either way, they make those longer shots from the fairway easier than ever.
In the mid-irons some sets offer conventional super game improvement irons with toplines wide enough to serve a tray of drinks on. Some, however, feature hollow-back irons that are a combination of hybrid and super game-improvement irons. Lighter shafts, whether in steel or graphite, also are found as most players in this category lack the ability to generate significant clubhead speed and the light shafts help produce extra miles per hour in speed which equates to additional yards on the shot.
More yards, higher flight and easier to hit. For those conscious of their limitations, the possibilities are limitless.