Every golfer who is looking to improve his or her golf game will gladly take any help in their quest to play more consistently and get their handicap moving southwards. Could this be where game-improvement irons come in?
There are many sets on the market so we're taking a look at some of the best game-improvement irons for 2019 and turn to a collection of average golfers and some golf pros for their views on how these irons could help you meet your golfing goals.
Here's what we've come up with...
Titleist 718 AP1 (£699.00)
With a lower centre of gravity and refined tungsten weighting for each iron, you can hit the golf ball high and land it soft.
Undoubtedly the Titleist 718 AP1s are excellent golf clubs for the mid to high handicappers offering added distance as well as extra forgiveness between 4-7 iron thanks to the high-density tungsten in the toe section.
Rick Shiels is here to give us his views on the latest Titleist game-improvement irons for 2019...
Ping G410 (£649.00 approx.)
Looking to improve on last year's highly successful G400 range, Ping set about trying to increase the already impressive level of forgiveness while reducing the bulkiness of the head to help improve the looks at address.
With one of his trademark honest reviews, The Average Golfer gets five club golfers (Team Average) to test and give feedback on the Ping G410s to help you understand if they have achieved this and how the clubs may help your own game...
Mizuno JPX 919 Hot Metal (£799.00 approx.)
This golf club provides the highest ball speed of any Mizuno iron to date thanks to a high-strength steel alloy creating a clubface that's built for more distance.
There's plenty of forgiveness in this club - along with the Forged option - so improving golfers who have a penchant for all things Mizuno will be all over these irons. Rick Shiels reviewed all three Mizuno JPX 919 options so check out his video below to find out more...
Callaway Big Bertha (£899.00 approx.)
Thanks to a new suspended Energy Core as its engine, the new Big Bertha irons are Callaway's easiest to launch distance irons.
The revolutionary design has led to claims that the irons provide incredible sound and feel, consistently impressive distance, and easy launch. They are some of the priciest irons on the market so, before making any purchase decisions, check out The Average Golfer's review from November last year...
Wilson D7 (£449.00 approx.)
For those looking for a set of forgiving irons at a slightly more affordable price point, the Wilson D7 irons offer value for money without any performance level drop-off that you may otherwise expect.
The D7 range has surprised many this year with their sleeker looks and progressive power holes which, in the longer irons feature three rows of power holes creating increased distance, and in the shorter irons have fewer power holes to provide a golfer with enhanced feel and precision closer to the green.
TaylorMade M6 (699.00 approx.)
The TaylorMade M6 is the company's first game-improvement iron to feature new Speed Bridge technology as well as a low centre of gravity achieved through design optimisation which helps golfers achieve a higher, more penetrating ball flight.
It all adds up to claims of added distance, forgiveness and a shape that inspires confidence at address. Andy (The Average Golfer) is back again with his test of the M6 irons and to discuss their ability to help nudge your game in the right direction...
Are you in the market for a new set of irons? Let us know which you're considering in the comments below...
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