Looking to surprise that special someone in your life with a new set of irons this holiday season? Our friends at AmateurGolf.com are at your service, thanks to their comprehensive reviews of the top irons from this season (and next!)
Callaway went back in the time machine with this reboot of the classic Apex irons made famous by the one and only Ben Hogan. Going on sale on December 6th, the Callaway Apex irons offer a high-performance forged iron option in a nifty, nostalgic package.
The precursor to TaylorMade’s Speed Blade series (more on those in a bit), the RocketBladez feature the patented Speed Pocket to give you a boost in distance anywhere on the course.
Released earlier last September, the TaylorMade Speed Blade irons serve as a fitting follow-up to the company’s popular RocketBladez series of 2012. These sticks were built for distance, and you might not find a hotter iron set on the market.
Known for their attention to detail and high performance, Titleist truly outdid themselves with the new AP2 714 iron series. Played by a healthy number of pros on the PGA Tour, these irons feature a low center of gravity and high moment of inertia to help you get the ball into the air.
Is your secret Santa a mid- to high-handicapper looking for a club with a traditional forged feel? Try out the X Hot Pro Irons from Callaway Golf. Just don’t feel bad when he’s hitting an 8-iron the same distance you hit your 7-iron.
Not looking to purchase a full set of irons? Maybe your wannabe pro-golfer would like what many believe to be the best driving iron in golf?
Take it from me, folks; you’ll not find a better set of forged irons than these beauties from Nike. I’ve got them in my bag and continue to be impressed every time I hit the course.
Mizuno made these clubs specifically for middle handicap players, and they might have made the most versatile set of sticks you’ll play this season. If there’s an easier iron to hit than the JPX-EZ series, I haven’t seen it.
For high-handicap players, this set of hybrid irons from Adams Golf is easy to hit and is sure to help you enjoy the game more next season.
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