Martin Hopley

The Yonex Cyberstar VX irons are the latest in the trend of composite clubs.

Weight from the steel head is replaced by graphite to improve the forgiveness, increase the resistance to twisting and lower the centre of gravity.

In the Cyberstar VX Irons, Yonex have acheived everything in a stylish design. The heads looked compact at address, even though they had a thickish top line that will appeal to higher handicappers, especially on the long irons for added confidence.

Performance wise they were good and offered everything you would expect from a premium iron. It's close but our preference for a composite set of irons would be the more expensive Callaway Fusions.

Golfalot Rating: 4 stars
Overall Rating - 4 stars:
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Yonex Cyberstar VX Iron

Yonex Cyberstar VX Irons - Product Details

Handicap Range
Hand AvailabilityLeft, Right
Shaft TypesGraphite
Shaft FlexStiff, Regular, Light
Set Makeup3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, PW, SW
Additional Clubs2, GW
Manufacturer's WebsiteYonex Website

User Reviews

January 2016

These were $1600 irons when released. I have been playing them for a full season, 80+ rounds and they are excellent irons. Far less bulky than current irons. No sight lines of the cavity back (or lack thereof). Thin topline compared to AP1's, RBZ's of today.

High ball flight is largely due to the Yonex Shafts. I have since re-shafted with something heavier. Are strong lofted, with not a lot of offset. Not quite a "super-game improvement" club. Definitely not a players club. I would rank it just abovean AP2 as far as forgiveness.

Drew Tuck
May 2005

The Yonex Cyberstar VX Graphite irons looked and felt far too chunky and clunky. They were easy to hit but I didn't like the look off them or how thick the top line was when looking down on them. Ball flight was far too high and when you take into consideration the price, you, in my opinion don't get what you pay for.

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