Flat out the best Irons I have ever played. I hit them as far as my old Taylormade P790 variable length, just much more consistently. I really enjoy the longer, lighter wedges as well which was something I wasn’t sure I would enjoy. I played the regular line last year and switched to the proline this year, definitely a hot rod option, they feel much more performance oriented for a higher swing speed. Original line would be great for average swingers, I swing quick but am iffy on strike, making a performance single length iron the best option. I can also say I tried Cobras at a local shop and one irons feel much better to me.
Love the feel and weight of these clubs.
Haven't had the chance to give them a real test yet as having a few back issues.
ISo Far Great driver. I havent got all the distance I had with my other driver (its close) but I feel more consistent and I'm in the fairway more with less bad shots so thats a big win. Not slicing nearly as much and feel more confident on the tee. Need a little more practice and I think the distance will come. So the driver gets 5* from me. The only thing (non club related) is that the covers for the Driver, 3 Wood, 5 wood are basically useless. They don't stay on the club even if you are able to attach the small velcro pieces together and are a pain to try and put on quickly if at all so I stopped trying. You really need to get covers that come over the shaft as well. Maybe spend a little more on the covers. I will use my covers from my old woods since they will stay on.
I have been playing 1 Iron's single length clubs for about a year.now and am very pleased.with them. Better contact and I have seen no loss in distance, even with the longer irons. My club head speed remains the same as with my old blades, about 110 mph.
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