Schecter Lee
Wednesday, December 30, 2009

From Golf Magazine (ClubTest, May 2008)
We tested: 2-GW in Royal Precision Rifle Project X steel shaft. Shaft length/loft (6-iron): 37.5"/30°

Company line: "A forged cavity-back iron with short hosel and lower center of gravity, to produce a high ball flight. Its thin topline, minimal offset and narrow sole provide workability with some forgiveness. A rounded sole camber improves turf interaction."

Our Test Panel Says:
PROS: How an iron should look; smooth impact feel; good forgiveness for a compact blade; very rewarding feedback; user friendly on downhill lies because the clubs get the ball up quickly; gap wedge fits perfectly in the set; exquisite playability; superb shotmaking versatility; if you think hitting shots on target time after time is boring then avoid these; lovely, soft feel on chips.

CONS: Miss severely and these bite you; slight mis-hits can be a crapshoot from rough; for some, too much of a ballstriker's club past the 6-iron.

"Very playable, predictable, accurate, with a touch of forgiveness." — Lee Neisler (3)

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