The Yonex Nanospeed 3i irons offer great feel and, as Yonex promised, are very easy to hit.
The large offset does suggest they are aimed at the mid handicap market or the game improver who is not afraid to spend a bit of cash.
The short and mid irons really are lovely at address and the confidence given by the oversize head is certainly going to be a help if you are looking for game improvement clubs. The longer irons are strange looking – these really are looks that only a mother could love.
The flange on the back looks odd and the hollow cavity produces a hollower, less solid sound at impact than in the short irons.
The impression is of a wood with no back and it is quite a strange feel to hit them. Having said they that the longer irons are superb from the rough.
So, despite the odd looks of the longer irons, we were big fans of the Yonex Nanospeed 3i irons but they are quite expensive.
Yonex Nanospeed 3i Irons - Product Details
|Launch Date UK||24 September 2009|
|Launch Date US||24 September 2009|
|Hand Availability||Left, Right|
|Shaft Flex||Stiff, Regular, Light|
|Set Makeup||4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, PW, SW|
|Additional Clubs||4, 5|
|Manufacturer's Website||Yonex Website|
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“Some players won't like the looks, impressive forgiveness.” – June 2010