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Sleek Species Six irons that merge style, function and feel Adams Idea Pro Gold Hybrid $899, steel; $1,099, graphite Construction: Forged 8620 carbon steel • A thin sole and topline and a squarish toe should appeal to skilled players. • Milled grooves with 14 percent more volume should boost control. • Combines forged cavity-back irons (5-PW) with Idea Pro Gold hybrids. Hybrids (which replace standard 3- and 4-irons) produce a flattish, piercing ball flight. • Constant offset throughout the set allows increased workability.
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Callaway X-22 Tour $799, steel Construction: Cast stainless steel • "Notch weighting" shifts more mass to the perimeter (than the X-20 Tour) for added head stability. • Redistributing weight from the hosel to the toe creates a neutralweighted head (no heel or toe bias). You can expect enhanced feel and output. • Slimmer, more compact design than the X-20 Tour
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Mizuno MP-52 $899 to $999, steel Construction: Forged 1025E carbon steel • Center section behind the face is not milled out, to maintain thickness for solid feel. • CNC-milled pocket cavity, in 3- to 7-iron, relocates 14 grams lower and more rearward along the external "muscle." This should improve launch conditions on slight mis-hits. • 8-iron to PW have no milled pocket cavity, or undercut channel.
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Nike Victory Red Forged Split Cavity $899, steel Construction: Forged 1025 carbon steel • Split-back design positions the club's center of gravity behind the sweet spot. • Shallow cavity offers a blend of shot-shaping workability and forgiveness. • CNC-milled clubface ensures repeatable performance and flight.
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Ping S57 $899, steel Construction: Cast stainless steel • Tungsten toe weight locates the club's center of gravity directly in the center of the face. • Thermoplastic urethane (black pad) squelches vibration. • Two vertical weight bars reinforce the face for consistent feel and distance control. • You can be custom-fit for shaft length, grip size and any one of 12 lie angles.
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TaylorMade Tour Preferred $899, steel; $1,099, graphite Construction: Cast stainless steel • Inverted cone behind the hitting area contributes to consistent distance on mis-hits. • Thinner topline, shorter blade and less offset (for more workability) than r7 TP. • Undercut cavity spreads more weight to the heel and toe than r7 TP. • Sole's beveled trailing edge limits turf interaction. More Equipment Content: Equipment Finder: Irons GOLF Magazine ClubTest The Shop Blog: The latest equipment news