Martin Hopley

The John Letters T7+ Set is really aimed at the beginner or higher handicapper. The hybrids come with graphite shafts and the irons with a uniflex steel shaft and with their wide soles we found them both to be very playable indeed.

If you are new to the game and looking for a good quality set at a reasonable price, then you won’t go far wrong with this T7+ set.

The 'Softie' style oversize grip which feature on most of the John Letters clubs is lovely to hold, but you may have to replace these types of grips more often as they wear out quicker in our experience.

Golfalot Rating: 4 stars
Overall Rating - 4 stars:



John Letters T7+ Combo Iron

John Letters T7+ Combo Irons - Product Details

UK Launch01 August 2007
Handicap Range
Hand AvailabilityRight
Shaft TypesGraphite
Shaft FlexLight, Regular, Stiff
Set Makeup3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, PW, SW
Manufacturer's WebsiteJohn Letters Website

User Reviews

jonney crerar
October 2007

Tried the John LettersT7+ irons and I like the grip. The Set seemed pretty forgiving and had a nice weight to them.

david cullen
August 2007

After trying several sets of clubs in my golf shop the John Letters T7+ just seemed right. I was initially looking at a Mizuno set but then I tried the John Letters. The feel of the grips are nice and the weighted club heads are ideal for the mid to high handicap player. It’s a set of clubs I would not have thought about buying, but after trying them and finding the accuracy and distance were much better than the other clubs, I’m so glad I did buy them.

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Media Reviews

National Club Golfer
June 2009
We think it's well worth upgrading to the T9s.
Golf Monthly
May 2009
Bulky, won't suit all but decent level of forgiveness.

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