Irons from Adams Golf, Cleveland Golf, Mizuno, Nike, Ping, Wilson

1 of 2 Schecter Lee
SEE: Complete review, video TRY: GolfTEC, Adams fitting BUY: Adams Idea Tech V3 irons on It's for: Max game-improvement players The eight-piece hybrid set, with flashy black finish, includes three distinct designs. The progressively-sized, steel-headed hybrids (4h, 5h, and 6h) have heavy tungsten weights to boost forgiveness and spin, cambered soles, and recessed heel and toe areas for greater playability from a variety of lies. The company's transitional hybrid (7-iron) features a viscoelastic dampener for heightened feel. The hybrid scoring irons (8-iron to GW), meanwhile, have plenty of mass in the sole, heel and toe to promote high launch and spin. You can also swap Idea Tech V3 Hybrid short irons (top, right) with four Idea Tech V3 Forged oversize cavity-back irons (8-iron to GW) (bottom, left). $899, steel; $999, graphite
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SEE: Complete review, video TRY: GolfTEC, Wilson fitting BUY: Wilson Staff FG62 irons on It's for: Better players FG62 irons continue the long-standing tradition of handsome yet understated Wilson forged blades. A thin topline, minimal offset and traditional blade length give it shelf appeal. The clubheads, made of soft carbon steel, deliver precise feedback. Positioning the muscleback lower in the head provides some degree of stability. Lastly, a rounded leading edge and cambered sole improve turf interaction. $699, steel