Bridgestone irons have typically targeted better players, but the new Tour B JGR line offers playability for all skill levels. The new HF1 ($849) and HF2 ($899) models are perfect examples. According to marketing manager Zack Kupperbusch, they're designed to provide "super-game-improvement" and "game-improvement" performance, respectively. The HF1 model, which Kupperbusch calls a "game enjoyment" iron due to its ease of use, is made for higher-handicappers and features a 1030 forged construction with a deep, hollow cavity, variable face thickness, plentiful offset and a very low CG location for extra help getting the ball airborne, even on off-center hits. wants to hit the ball higher and longer more easily." for added ball speed and a polymer insert for reduced vibration and enhanced feel, the HF2 also has a thinner sole—a boon to shotmaking. A "power slit" designed to increase COR and speed on shots struck low on the face is also built into the club, but the clubhead retains a traditional profile at address.