The sole seems wider than a size-14 shoe, but there’s a good reason. The width allowed engineers to place weight low and back to make getting the ball airborne a snap. The irons are forged—rare in this category—and have a thin face and a slim joint where the face meets the sole to enhance distance. A rubber composite in the cavity badge minimizes vibration.
The low irons felt and played like a hybrid.
The wide sole puts a lot of power into the ball.
You don’t have to try very hard to get the ball airborne.
A very forgiving club. Good, solid contact almost every time.