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Using a new material called Chromoly M to make the irons long and forgiving. The great looks aside, these irons are remarkably forgiving. Deep undercut cavity in shorter irons for control and distance. You can’t see it very easily from here, but there’s a Stability Slot cavity located behind the face for enhanced playability, feel and control. Folks who want a forged iron with distance and forgiveness. What would we make of Wilson Staff’s latest forged iron offering?

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You currently have javascript disabled. Available in 3-LW, in steel or graphite shafts. The short irons feel great, as well.

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I’ve forgotten my password. The integration of dual pockets in a forged set of irons.

Available in 4-PW, with an optional 3-iron. Everyday golfers looking for more distance and distance control. Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled.

Mayazine, what’s forgiving for a forged iron isn’t the same as that of a cast club that may have some more aggressive perimeter weighting. The chrome finish is a classic look.

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Callaway Diablo Forged Key Feature: The resulting effect is greater forgiveness without the bulk. Better players will appreciate the tapered sole design that’s crazy versatile.

We test Srixon’s forgiving shallow cavity forged model. Expert editorial reviews, breaking golf tour xlubtest industry news, what to play, how to play and where to play.

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Cobra makes a statement, and the S2 Forged prove you can have that forged feel in a very playable and very long dlubtest. Mizuno MP Key Feature: Even many of the golf magazine clubtest 2010 models are being touted as more forgiving.

Dual stabilizing bars and a Custom Tuning Port lend a sound and feel that better players will prefer. If you’re a low or mid-handicapper, these could be right up your street. What would we make of Wilson Staff’s latest forged iron offering? They’re remarkably forgiving, and we didn’t expect that from an iron that has such a classic, Tour-inspired shape. In fact, we’d go golf magazine clubtest 2010 far as to say, if it’s in this magaxine, it’s here because we think it’s a good choice.

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Ping’s latest iron is aimed at good ball strikers seeking workability and distance control. The less-is-more approach to the magazime is working here. Nice soft feel, too. The G15 are no different. The golf magazine clubtest 2010 looks aside, these irons are remarkably forgiving.

Each iron in the set looks great, as well. Golf magazine clubtest 2010 new decade looks promising, with a variety of irons to choose from, ranging from ultra-game-improvement to Tour-inspired, with a host of options in between.

We test out Wilson Staff’s latest better player offering.

They’re still forged players’ clubs. The feel of a forged iron with added distance and forgiveness to boot.

They look cool, yet they feel hot and easy to hit. And who doesn’t love a high MOI in an iron? The majority of irons on the market are cast and they tend to be larger in size and offer more distance as well as golf magazine clubtest 2010 firmer feel.