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Six of the Best Game-Improvement Irons for 2020

If you're looking to improve your golf game and get your handicap moving southwards, a set of game-improvement irons could well be on your radar. These irons are stacked with forgiveness and will help you hit more greens and attack more pins.

There are plenty of options on the market so we have listed some of the best game-improvement irons available in 2020 for you to consider. We've also included some insightful reviews from leading golf pros to help you decide.

Callaway MAVRIK Irons

Callaway have a good deal of experience when it comes to designing quality game improvement irons - perhaps most recently the Callaway Rogue range - so when they released their new MAVRIK irons there was a lot of excitement.

For golfers looking to improve their ball-striking and reduce their handicap, these sticks boast groundbreaking Flash Face Cup technology as well as a Tungsten Energy core is placed in the back cavity, which allows the centre of gravity to be shifted into the best position for each iron.

TaylorMade SIM Max/Max OS Irons

Both of the SIM Max and SIM Max OS irons have a lower centre of gravity to help with launch and speed, and although both sets are built with game-improvers in mind, it's clear that with the Max OS you'll get even more forgiveness.

In the video below, Golf Monthly technical editor Joel Tadman takes a look at the new irons from TaylorMade and compares them to last year's M5/M6 models.

Ping G410 Irons

Improving upon the highly-successful Ping G400 irons was always going to be a tricky proposition but they have managed to increase the levels of forgiveness thanks to a drastic reallocation of weight.

Whether the upgrades would be enough to warrant the switch for golfers already using the Ping G400s is up for debate, but what is undeniable is that these sticks will help improve the average golfer's game.

Cobra SpeedZone Irons

Offering more distance thanks to a carbon fibre top line, the Cobra King SpeedZone irons also delivers a stronger ball flight with lower spin.

You have the one-length shaft length if you want to embrace your inner DeChambeau, or stick to the standard clubs. Regardless of your choice, the Cobra King SpeedZone irons are a solid game-improvement option.

Check out the review below for more info...

Titleist T300 Irons

If you're looking help with your ball-striking and better ball flights when it comes to your longer irons, the Titleist T300 irons could be for you. These stronger-lofted irons are quite similar to the Titleist 718 AP1s and will appeal to many mid-high handicappers.

Mark Crossfield and Dan  Hendrikson discuss their benefits in the video below...

Mizuno JPX919 Hot Metal Pro Irons

The JPX919 Hot Metal Pro irons are the newest additions to Mizuno's range. They are aimed at average golfers who want more ball speed than the original Hot Metal irons without compromising on forgiveness, and all with the soft feel and smooth delivery you would expect from a Mizuno club.

If you're considering new irons later this year, make sure you give each of these options due consideration to help your game-improvement.

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