Selling points: Aimed at better players, the Fly-Z+ irons feature a multimaterial forged construction with tungsten inserts in the heel and toe that place the CG directly behind the hitting area. The CG is progressive throughout the set, creating higher-launching, more stable long irons paired with lower, boring flights from the short irons. A lightweight aluminum plate in the rear is surrounded by thermoplastic rubber to dampen vibration for a soft feel at impact. The handsome heads have a relatively thin topline, a small amount of offset and a shallow cavity, all of which better players typically prefer looking at in the setup position.
Our Take: The Fly-Z+ irons are a nice option for players who like a traditional look and feel with some added forgiveness and stability through impact.
Fine print: Available in 3-GW with KBS Tour steel shaft in S+ or R+ flexes. Lamkin 3Gen Crossline grip comes standard.
Bottom line: $899, steel
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