Whatever your preference–more distance, better feel, improved accuracy or more workability–your next set of irons are discussed here.
By Ted Johnson
TAYLORMADE P790 | $1,400
Why you’ll love it: High-tech and maintains classy look, 4-PW
Why you should buy it: Repositioned tungsten weight and Speedfoam in hollow head = feel and power
Insider’s insight: A set of best friends for low handicappers
TITLEIST T200 | $1,500
Why you’ll love it: A better-player’s iron with forgiveness
Why you should buy it: Hot-face, polymer core and traditional look induces confidence
Insider’s insight: T100 model is tighter, smaller; T200 is easier to hit
MIZUNO JPX 919 | $1,200
Why you’ll love it: Classic looks, high-tech features
Why you should buy it: Better players rave about the feel as well as the forgiveness and distance
Insider’s insight: Trying to go from 10-handicap to 4? Try these.
TOUR EDGE EXS220 | $500
Why you’ll love it: Forgiving irons with yowza distance
Why you should buy it: Thin cup faces are rocket boosters on iron shots: 6-iron to A wedge (6 clubs)
Insider’s insight: Perfect for newbie transitioning into avid golfer
HONMA TR20P | $1,250
Why you’ll love it: True player iron with aggressive lofts
Why you should buy it: Classic setup, thin topline, yet has balance of a more forgiving club
Insider’s insight: Superb feel thanks to velvety forging
PING i500 | $1,200
Why you’ll love it: Looks classic, plays modern
Why you should buy it: Better players will love look but distance and feel speaks to modern tech
Insider’s insight: A forged iron performance with top specs
This section appeared in the 2020 April issue of Colorado AvidGolfer.
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