ClubTest 2007: Game-Improvement Irons
GOLF Magazine asked asked golfers with a handicap between 10 and 20 to hit the newest game-improvement irons on the market. Here's what they had to say.
$599, steel; $699, graphite; bridgestonegolf.com
• Go to Equipment Finder profile to tell us what you think and see what other GOLF.com readers said about this club.We tested: 3-PW in Nippon N.S. Pro 1050GH steel shaft
Company line: "The two 'gravity disks' are progressively placed throughout the set for ideal performance and feel. Versatile sole design gives players more forgiveness in all turf conditions. New scoreline design increases spin and control."
Our Test Panel says: Top-shelf playability, feel and look; satisfactory forgiveness; quite versatile on chip shots; disappointing length both solid and off-center shots come up a bit short versus others tested.
Soft feel and terrific responsiveness
means options around greens. Jeff Bones