PING reveals i200 irons
The new irons from Ping are traditional looking at address, with a compact design and minimal offset, but packed with features usually found in game improvement irons
Callaway introduces new Apex Black irons
Callaway's new irons come with a satin black PVD finish, "blacked out" shafts and grips, and a new quadruple forging process in creating a custom version of their most popular iron on Tour
Titleist C16 Irons Review
The limited-edition Titleist C16 irons average 7.8 more yards carry distance with a 4-iron than Titleist's previously longest-hitting iron, the 716 AP1
Ben Hogan PTx Irons Review
The second iron design since the Ben Hogan Company's renaissance in 2015 combines classy looks with a forgiving head shape
Callaway Refreshes Acclaimed Apex Irons, Adds Hybrid
The wait is over. The highly anticipated follow up to the first Apex irons will hit stores at the end of October. The new Apex and Apex Pro from Callaway will replace the original models that earned gold from Golf Digest’s Hot List in back-to-back years.
Callaway XR and XR Pro Irons: the AmateurGolf.com Review
A distance iron? A player's iron? Callaway's XR line of irons are not your run-of-the-mill game improvement clubs. Blending technology that gives you more distance with cutting-edge design, the XR irons will appeal to a broad spectrum of golfers.
Ping S55 Irons Player Staff Review
Ping's s55 irons embrace all the characteristics found on a traditional player's iron but with improvements to forgiveness and increased distance control.
Ping i25 Irons Player Staff Review
Ping's i25 irons blend blend a blade-like design and clean looks with a high-MOI design in the long irons. The scoring clubs feature thinner top lines and impressive distance control.