Golf Iron Reviews
The Best New Golf Irons for 2009
In order to play your best golf, you need golf irons suited for your golf game. Whether you are a 30 handicapper or a scratch golfer, these guides and reviews will help you find the perfect iron set for you!
The iron set is the most expensive part of the golfers equipment arsenal, and therefore the part that changes the least. After all, who can afford to buy a new set of irons every other year or so?
Of course, if you are reading this, you are probably thinking your time is due. And in fact, if your current irons are more than 4-5 years old, you can definitely find some new clubs that will help your game compared to older models. And if you are playing with one of those cobbled together sets of irons that you scrounged out of your dad's old golf bag with a few Walmart specials thrown in, you will definitely play better golf with a new set of matching irons.
If you are new to golf, a very high handicapper, or a recreational golfer who doesn't get much time to practice, you should start by looking at the super game improvement irons. If you are a mid to low handicapper, you can still benefit from the super game improvement irons, but may want to also try out the game improvement irons. They will sometimes give you a better look or feel, and may allow you to "work" the ball a little more. Only low handicappers and scratch golfer should consider the players irons. These clubs offer fantastic results when you hit them on the sweet spot, but can produce some really ugly shots if not hit just right.
We offer sections of reviews and guides on each type of golf iron to fit your game and help you play and enjoy the game of golf more than ever.
Super Game Improvement Iron Reviews
Wilson DI9 irons
Nicklaus Polarity HCT irons
Game Improvement Iron Reviews
Ping G10 irons
Callaway FT irons
Adams Idea Tech A4 irons
Mizuno MX-200 irons
Tour Exotics XCG irons
Cleveland CG7 irons
Player's Iron Reviews
Ping S57 irons
Mizuno MP-62 irons