Jul 9, 2018 | 90 Comments

OUR JOB IS YOUR GAME. What characteristics determine a great players iron? Is it distance? Accuracy? Control? A little added forgiveness? We’ve found that it’s a combination of all of the[…]

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TESTED: 2017 Mizuno JPX 900 Iron Lineup

Dec 19, 2016 | 67 Comments

Which JPX 900 Series Iron is Right For You

Here’s what you should consider.

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TESTED: 2017 Srixon Z-Series Irons

Nov 14, 2016 | 99 Comments

Three Excellent Srixon Irons for 2017

Which is right for you?

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Club Test: TaylorMade PSi vs RSi 2

Apr 21, 2016 | 24 Comments

Is PSi a Measurable Improvement over RSi 2

We put the PSi and the iron it replaced to the test.

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Review – Cobra King Utility Iron

Mar 29, 2016 | 18 Comments

Considering A Utility Iron

Why not consider an adjustable one?

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Which Mizuno 1025 Boron Iron is Right For You?

Mar 14, 2016 | 37 Comments

Which Mizuno Boron Iron is Right For You?”

The answer is complicated.

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Do You Know that Srixon Makes Irons?

Nov 4, 2015 | 46 Comments

Do you know that Srixon makes irons?

I’m hoping most of you are staring at the page right now wondering if the guy who wrote this is an idiot, because frankly, I feel stupid for asking. Of course you know Srixon makes irons…right?


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Hogans Reborn – A Second Look at the FORT WORTH 15 Iron

Aug 31, 2015 | 8 Comments

Last week we shared our review of the Ben Hogan FORT WORTH 15. Today we’re giving you a second opinion. We tracked down a long-time Ben Hogan iron enthusiast and asked him to offer his take on how irons created by the latest incarnation of the Hogan brand compare to the timeless classics so many of you love.

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Review – Ben Hogan FORT WORTH 15 Irons

Aug 27, 2015 | 62 Comments

Precision is Back.

More to the point, Ben Hogan, or at least the equipment company bearing his name, is back.

The return of the once-iconic equipment brand is perhaps the golf equipment story of the year (Feel Good Division). Longtime Hogan enthusiasts celebrated its hopefully triumphant return, while modern independent-minded golfers welcomed a potentially viable alternative to the mainstream.

Me, I’ve been skeptical from day one.

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Tested: AeroBurner vs RSi1 – Which is Right For You?

Mar 12, 2015 | 38 Comments

For those seeking forgiveness from a TaylorMade iron this season, your choice may ultimately boil down to AeroBurner vs. RSi 1, and so you might find yourself wondering how the two irons compare.

How does AeroBurner actually compare to the RSi 1 when we move past static numbers and begin looking at the dynamic forces of the golf swing? Actually, let me simplify my last query.

What happens when you hit the damn things? [READ MORE]

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ULTIMATE REVIEW! – Callaway X Forged Irons

Nov 18, 2013 | 12 Comments

Overall, the Callaway X Forged proved to be a solid overall performer. While accuracy and dispersion patterns were generally very good, our testers noted that there is severe distance loss when the sweet spot is missed by even a fraction. It’s actually probably more accurate to say that there’s a severe distance gain when the ball is struck precisely on the sweet spot. Any deviation from the middle, and you will be punished.

Given the design of the irons and their intended audience this isn’t really cause for any sort of alarm whatsoever. Callaway’s X Forged is a better ballstriker’s iron, and if you don’t fit the description, you’re almost certainly going to be better served with something more forgiving (like X2 Hot, X2 Hot Pro, Apex, Apex Pro) The point is, whatever your ballstriking ability (or pain tolerance, I suppose) Callaway has you covered. READ MORE

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ULTIMATE REVIEW – Mizuno JPX-825 Pro Irons

Feb 13, 2013 | 20 Comments

“Now that’s a game-improvement iron I’d actually bag” – GolfSpy T

When you consider the offerings in the marketplace today, it’s possible Mizuno’s JPX-825 Pro is the ultimate tweener iron. If nothing else, it’s one of the equipment industry’s greatest enigmas. It’s a game-improvement iron with enough legit-player-appeal that you’ll find it taking divots on the PGA Tour. And yet, Mizuno says it’s forgiving for recreational golfers with handicaps from 6 to 18.

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Sep 11, 2012 | 59 Comments

The Adams CMB… is a shining example of how to design a golf club and get every mother-f’n detail absolutely, 100% right. Adams Golf is calling the CMB’s “The Most Playable Player’s Iron” and I don’t think I would disagree. I have never, and I will never tell anyone “You must go buy these irons”, but dude, if you’re going to buy a set of player’s cavity backs, you damn sure better try this iron. Just don’t try it first – you may not try anything else. {MUST READ REVIEW!}

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ULTIMATE REVIEW! – Adams Idea Black CB3 Irons

May 10, 2012 | 413 Comments

I don’t say this often when it comes to GI clubs, and I certainly don’t say it lightly; the Adams Idea Pro Black is solidly at the top of an extremely short list of game-improvement clubs (if you want to call it that), that I (and some of my testers) would actually consider putting in their bags. Those who want a more traditional look, but aren’t willing to sacrifice the forgiveness, finally have a set that truly offers the best of both worlds. {READ REVIEW & ENTER CONTEST!}

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ULTIMATE REVIEW! – Wilson Ci11 Irons

Apr 3, 2012 | 22 Comments

Although they’re a powerhouse in other sports, it seems like Wilson isn’t always on the tip of the average golfer’s tongue when it comes to naming the top manufacturers in the industry. Of course, if they continue to make irons the FG Tour V2, and the Ci11’s that may change.

While some may turn up their nose at the weak lofts, and longer shafts, we came away more than a little impressed by this infinitely playable game-improvement club with a better player’s slant.” {Read Review}

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