|Mizuno MP-63 Irons|
The Mizuno MP-63 golf iron is the latest evolution of Mizuno’s hugely popular MP range and builds on the success of the MP-62, Mizuno’s most popular tour iron.
By building on the profile and design legacy of the MP-62 Mizuno have sought to create an iron... More
|Mizuno MP-53 Irons|
The Mizuno MP-53 golf iron offers the perfect optical illusion for golfers, offering extreme forgiveness in a compact clubhead that would not look out of place in a tour bag.
Building on the legacy of Mizuno’s hugely popular MP series of irons the Grain... More
|Mizuno MP-53 Irons Review|
The Mizuno MP-53 Irons claim to offer more forgiveness from a compact head and we would have to agree. The clever 360 degree grind makes the top line and sole appear smaller than it actually is and this enables Mizuno to increase the forgiveness whilst maintaining... More
|Mizuno JPX800 Pro Irons Review|
The Mizuno JPX800 Pro iron is part of the JPX range that has been around in Japan for a while and is now moving outside the Orient to replace the MX range. Mizuno say their aim is to create ‘Balanced Performance’ by combining feel, control, forgiveness, distance... More
|Mizuno JPX800 Pro Irons|
The Mizuno JPX800 Pro golf iron features the JPX technology that has been so popular in Asia and delivers a top quality, grain flow forged iron that offers feel, forgiveness and distance.
The JPX800 Pro offers the same high quality grain flow forged finish... More
|Mizuno JPX800 Irons|
The Mizuno JPX800 iron is the first model to bring the exotic JPX technology to Europe after proving so popular in Japan.
The JPX800 features Balanced Performance, the result of Mizuno’s efforts to create an iron that delivers feel, control, distance, forgiveness... More
|Mizuno JPX800 Irons Review|
The Mizuno JPX800 iron is part of the JPX range that has been around in Japan for a while and is now replacing the MX range in the western world. Mizuno say their aim is to create ‘Balanced Performance’ by combining feel, control, forgiveness, distance and looks... More
|Ping K15 Irons Review|
Ping’s designers have set out to create a super game improvement iron set that gives golfers complete flexibility and excellent performance. The K15 iron is the result and combines traditional mid/short irons with hybrid mid/long irons. The Ping K15 irons has... More
|Ping K15 Irons|
The Ping K15 iron has been designed to give golfers the ultimate in performance and flexibility. The multi-material design of the K15 includes a lightweight titanium face that has allowed 27 grams to be repositioned to the perimeter of the 17-4 stainless steel... More
|Ping S56 Irons|
The Ping S56 irons provide a workable and forgiving iron that can deliver consistent quality and performance throughout the set. The 17-4 stainless steel body is complimented by a variable tungsten in weight in the toe to provide the higher moment of inertia (MOI)... More
|Ping S56 Irons Review|
The Ping S56 irons, designed for better players, are solid, simple and sound great. The new tuning port in the back of the clubhead really helps the feedback in terms of sound and feel. The feel is soft and strong and the low-pitch sound mirrors that great feel.The... More
|Callaway X-24 Hot Irons|
The Callaway X-24 Hot irons are the longest and most accurate irons in the history of the company's hugely successful X-Series range, with the X-24 Hot delivering faster ball speeds across the clubface for maximum distance throughout the bag. Callaway designers... More
|Callaway X-24 Hot Irons Review|
The Callaway X-24 Hot iron is the worthy successor to the X-22 iron. As you would expect the X-24 Hot continues the same design styling as the X-22s with the deep undercut cavity, standard offset and medium-thick topline on the face. Callaway have branded this... More
|Ping Anser Forged Irons|
The Ping Anser Forged irons represents the very best of Ping’s commitment to design and technology. Built to appeal to all golfers, and already in use of the PGA Tour, the Ping Anser Forged a forged, cavity back iron made from multi-materials.
First released... More
|TaylorMade Burner SuperLaunch Irons|
The TaylorMade Burner SuperLaunch iron is the TaylorMade iron for golfers with slower swings and low ball flight. TaylorMade’s Burner range is already a firm favourite with a wide range of players but the Burner SuperLaunch golf iron allows every golfer to enjoy... More
|TaylorMade Burner SuperLaunch Irons Review|
The TaylorMade Burner Superlaunch irons are serious game improver irons. The low profile, high MOI design will enable you to get the ball up in the air effortlessly with maximum forgiveness. They do look like a set of iron hybrids and get very chunky in the short... More
|Adams Idea Black CB2 Irons|
The Idea Black CB2 irons from Adams Golf have been designed for aspiring players looking for tour-proven performance with game saving forgiveness. Forged from soft 8620 carbon steel, with a distinctive nickel chromium plated finish, the Idea Black CB2 Irons are... More
|Cleveland HB3 Irons|
The Cleveland HB3 irons are the third incarantion of Cleveland’s successful HiBORE range of hybrid iron sets.
The HB3 hybrid irons are lighter, quicker and promise more distance than any of Cleveland’s previous HiBORE models and they feature a number... More
|Cleveland CG1 Tour Irons|
The Cleveland CG1 Tour Iron has been produced to promote consistent ball striking, controlled distance and forgiveness levels that are not normally associated with blade irons.
The CG1 Tour feature split cavity long irons and muscle-back mid and short... More
|Bridgestone J38 Cavity Back Irons|
The Bridgestone J38 Cavity Back Irons offer mid to low handicap golfers the versatility of shot making potential with a welcome and reassuring dose of forgiveness.
The midsized J38 Cavity Back’s are forged 1020 carbon steel with magnesium composite provide... More
|Bridgestone J38 Cavity Back Irons Review|
The Bridgestone J38 Cavity Back irons are aimed at mid to low handicappers as they offer great performance combined with good forgiveness. The forged heads feel great and are a little larger than standard heads without being oversized. At address they sat beautifully... More
|Wilson Staff Ci9 Irons|
The Wilson Staff Ci9 iron is the third generation of the award winning Ci range that has been designed to combine maximum playability without sacrificing classic looks and workability. The Ci9 is a midsize club aimed to appeal to a wide variety of golfers with... More
|Wilson Staff Ci9 Irons Review|
The Wilson Staff Ci9 irons have a mid over-sized head that gives lots of feedback. The looks are a bit angular and the wedge looks a bit on the square side, but this can be replaced with a Wilson TW9 wedge. The progressive offset was very subtle through the set... More
|Callaway Diablo Edge Irons Review|
We were impressed by the Big Bertha Diablo irons when they were launched so we were keen to get our hands on the new Callaway Diablo Edge irons. We like the styling and the graphics and our only quibble with the appearance of the Diablo Edge irons is that the short... More
|Callaway Diablo Edge Irons|
The Callaway Diablo Edge irons are the longest and most user friendly irons that Callaway have produced and build on the appeal and playability of the now iconic Big Bertha irons.
As part of their commitment to amateur golfers Callaway have been busy... More
|Wilson D-FY Irons|
The Wilson D-FY iron combo set is a technology driven iron set aimed at the fasting growing market in today’s market place. These golfers in the game improvement category with low to mid swing speeds benefit from the iron/hybrid combination and the revolutionary... More
|Wilson D-FY Irons Review|
The Wilson D-FY iron combo set is an ideal set make up for high handicappers or those with a below average swing speed. The major feature is the half graphite and half steel shafts which combine the lightness of graphite with the tip stabilty of steel. This makes... More
|Nike SQ Machspeed Irons|
The Nike SQ Machspeed iron is the fastest and longest iron that Nike have yet produced offering stunning performance in three key areas: speed, stability and launch. The new design and construction means the SQ Machspeed combine high launch with increased distance.... More
|TaylorMade R9 TP Irons Review|
As soon as the TaylorMade R9 TP iron came out of the box we were immediately impressed with the clean lines of the club and the classy look at address. In terms of a better players club these heads are oversized, but we think that is a good thing as this translates... More
|TaylorMade R9 TP Irons|
The TaylorMade R9 TP iron retains the classic look of a traditional iron while incorporating a variety of technical breakthrough designed to enhance performance and help those players playing at the top level of golf or those who are aiming to reach the top level.... More