Our Review:This iron is targeted at serious golfers in the scratch to 12-handicap range, and it should find interested players among that audience. The pocket cavity with tungsten creates a lower center of gravity, making it easier to launch the ball. Stronger lofts combine with a soft forged L-shape cupface to produce force with feel. A visually pleasing package features a shorter blade length from heel to toe than the TW747P iron it’s replacing.
Specs: 7-iron: 31 degrees; PW: 43 degrees
Price: $175 (per iron)
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
highYou can feel the face flex at impact, but it doesn’t give the harsh feel you sometimes get with that.
lowYou can tell they tried to blend the top line down as you can see a lot of offset. The ball goes a long way and super high.
midThey were stable. As far as right to left deviation, not a lot of it there.