|Best iron set...No comparison
||By Richard Hanson on 3/18/2011
28 out of 29 people found this review helpful.
I currently own this set of firons and believe they are the best for any handicap player. Don't be deceived or intimidated by the fact that these are forged irons, in your hands they feel like any other cavity back game improvement iron. However, they have the performance of an iron featured on tour. The dual cavity helps for when it comes to impact. It helps to center the club face, and gives it an extra kick. The infused tungsten in the sole helps to give this club some weight. When the club head is on the downswing you feel it help to pull back to your point of address. It also helps to push the ball through and compress it against the ground. The newly redesign leading edge is amazing, you can feel the club dig right under the ball to make solid contact. Vibration is minimal to none, you can barely feel anything when you hit the ball which leads to more confidence and more feel. When using this club it feels like a part of you, in your hands it feels like an iron should. But overall, this iron looks amazing, the chrome, black, and silvery tungsten is brought together well. The face of the club is a shiny chrome that looks amazing when played. Do not doubt this club in any way shape or form. Just because other company's claim that "winners play their brand", doesn't mean anything. If you want to be a true winner, you would want to play the Titleist AP2 710 irons. These clubs might be on the pricy side, but they are really worth the cost. Titleist puts more research and development into their clubs than anybody else, that these clubs are a complete scientific revolution to the golfers arsenal. If your going to buy irons either soon or in the future, choose Titleist AP2 710 Forged irons.
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