Honma T//World XP-1 irons review and photos: ClubTest 2020

March 4, 2020
Honma T//World XP-1 irons.

For the second installment of ClubTest 2020, we tested and reviewed 57 new iron models to help you find the right one for your game. Below are the results for the Honma T//World XP-1 irons. You can find the full list of irons and test results here.

Honma T//World XP-1

Price: $175/iron | BUY NOW
Sets: 4-9, 10 and 11 irons
Our take: Honma’s XP-1 irons are made for game-improvement golfers who want a traditional profile. Made from 17-4+ stainless steel, the long and mid irons have a hollow cavity construction while the shorter irons have a deep cavity design. The 4-7 irons have 300 maraging steel faces and tungsten sole weights to boost launch and ball speed, while the short irons (8 through gap wedge) have deep undercuts, but without the added speed as seen in the long iron designs. Since they’re built for a high launch, the irons come with strong lofts.
ClubTester’s take (13-hdcp): “Launched high and felt extra forgiving when I missed it off the toe. Lean profile for something that’s designed for a mid-handicapper.”
Honma Tr20 V irons unavailable for robot testing.


Honma T//World XP-1

Honma T//World XP-1 iron.

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The face of the Honma T//World XP-1 iron.

The Honma T//World XP-1 iron at address.

The toe of the Honma T//World XP-1 iron.

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