The D7 attempts to move away from the norm by providing help in a sleeker, more visually palatable package. Key to achieving this was a shift in the use of “power holes”—slots filled with polymer to promote face flex. Those were removed from the topline, and a third row added on the sole of the 4- through 7-irons. Two rows are used on the 8- and 9-irons, and one on the pitching wedge. The result is an iron with plenty of distance in a package that’s easy on the eyes.
The offset does a good job of keeping the face square at impact and supporting off-center strikes.
A high, easy flight that makes you feel you have control over the ball.