New irons from Cobra, Mizuno, Ping, TaylorMade, Titleist and Wilson

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$799, steel Featuring forged carbon steel construction with precision CNC-milled grooves, the S2 Forged is aimed at players who like a traditional look and feel but want added forgiveness. Enhanced playability is provided by a relatively large cavity, extreme perimeter weighting, and a sole design that's slightly wider than that of traditional blades. Nippon NS Pro 1130 Tour steel shafts come standard.
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$999 to $1,099, steel Like all Mizuno forgings, the MP-58's are Grain Flow Forged from "Pure Select" carbon steel. Here, however, 11 grams of titanium is pressed into the head to create an outer muscle that significantly improves forgiveness on off-center hits. In other words, these slick-looking irons are designed to provide the feel and playability of traditional Mizuno blades with added game-enhancing characteristics. The pleasing impact sound is the result of Mizuno's "modal analysis" technology.
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$799, steel; $999, graphite Ping engineers crafted the i15 in response to demand for an iron that's less blade-like and more forgiving than the i10. The result is a progressive set with slightly bigger long irons designed to get shots airborne easily. Middle irons and compact short irons feature narrower soles and less offset. A tungsten toe insert provides more stability on off-center hits, and a redesigned "Custom Tuning Port" improves sound and impact feel.
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$899, steel R9 TP irons combine traditional player's characteristics with high-tech performance. The result is a classic looking set with long irons (2-5) that feature thin, flexible clubfaces (due to the hollow-headed design) for higher COR and more distance. Clubfaces become progressively thicker in the mid- and short irons to promote greater control and feel where needed. KBS Tour Series steel shafts come standard.
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$999, steel The base construction is similar to its predecessor but the feel properties have been tweaked to block out lower frequencies (which create a harsh feel). Updates include the aluminum badge backed by soft elastomer in the cavity (which elicits a soft yet solid feel). A 55-gram tungsten-nickel sole weight further enhances feel and forgiveness. Short irons (7-iron to PW) have less bounce on the back edge of the sole, for crisper contact. Stock shaft is Dynamic Gold (original AP2 had Project X).
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$799, steel This forged cavity-back design has the traditional visual cues (thin topline, square toe, minimal progressive offset) that better players look for. Distributing extra weight toward the toe positions the club's center of gravity (CG) directly behind the hitting area. The net effect is greater head stability and precise feedback. CNC-milled grooves and a higher CG (for higher spin rates) round out the package.