Easy-Hitting Irons Take a look at five new sets of irons designed to help high-handicap golfers hit shots higher, farther and straighter.
Cleveland HiBore XLi
$599, steel; $699, graphite clevelandgolf.com
HiBore XLi incorporates some current HiBore features (hollow heads throughout the set) with a few new wrinkles of its own. For starters, each iron is better equipped to handle its specific role. Hybrid-like long irons (3 and 4) are more forgiving (higher MOI) than HiBore due to a bigger chassis and squarish shape. Plus, the short irons are more nimble (though they won't be confused with blades) because of a more compact head, shorter blade length and thinner topline.