TOP 10 IRONS 2016

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TOP 10 IRONS 2016
Rick Shiels selects his favourite IRONS so far of 2016!
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Comments

jgfunk says:

I went to a golf shop 2 weeks ago and and they had some 2016 irons still available for sale new or slightly used. I tried several of these on this list. I liked the Callaway and the Titleist ap1 a lot. Well-balanced and really good feel. Then I tried the Ping G. I opened up my wallet and paid for them on the spot. I could not believe how amazing they felt. I'm happy with my purchase even though they a year older model.

TheBagBalm says:

Miura is the best of them all.

Joel Watson says:

Very good review, as I am new to club reviews so it is hard to be critical at this point in giving my point of view. But as a very high handicapper, I appreciate knowing something about clubs designed for good players and scratch players. My bag of clubs gets the ball most of the time to the ladies tees just fine. Perhaps in time I will build up lag and club speed to inch the tee off a bit further.
Thank you for the time you spent giving your opinions on these clubs. Very entertaining to one who probably will only admire them in the shops and in your hands when you are playing.
Las Vegas Joel.

MR.007 says:

the golfers always use one iron for green and sandy shots?

AM S says:

Rick, would you review more japanese clubs like Yamaha, Bridgestone, Honma, Epon, Miura? I'd really like to know how are their performance compared to the common brands in the western world.

collinder says:

7:53 youre welcome

F D says:

Never a japanese maker? Miura, Vega….. c'mon…

john kim says:

How come the Titleist Ap2 irons weren't on the list.

Ben Gossard says:

What have you heard about KZG irons? Can't find to many reviews by people other than the company.

James Koskey says:

fuck yeah Rick Hogans are amazing

swagbro11 says:

Drinking game: any time rick says blade, mb, cb, muscleback, cavity back, love, great numbers, they look smart, take a shot of hard liquor

Liquid bend says:

Jesus pings are fucking ugly

air8521 says:

I purchase Ping Gmax two weeks ago and it indeed is the most forgiving irons that I ever tested. suit weekend golfers like me with simple swing and simple flight. I am not putting force to make the distance longer, just enjoy the ball flight with easy swing and tempo. I use SR flex graphite shaft can easy correct my slice and head is square every time. thanks Rick.

thomas fletcher fletch says:

taylormade m2

The Scholaredamerican says:

Wow those Apex pro's 😍

Patrick c says:

I am a 6 handicap and play the g irons. I got to an 8 handicap playing ping eye 2's forever. The g irons were my 2nd set of clubs I have ever bought coming off the eye2. I instantly gained about 20 yards in distance on the irons and mishits were incredibly more forgiving with the g iron than the eye2. I don't know if 6 is considered low but these clubs greatly improved my game and actually did lower my handicap by 2. I certainly feel more confident with these irons.

Rodney Murrant says:

very interesting and good to have someone carry out this test for us lay people

Kevin Walsh says:

Just picked up a 4-GW set of the JPX EZ's for $300, and can't wait to play them!

Shawn Allen says:

How can you possibly leave AP2 off this list. Unbelievable

Paul Richardson says:

I've just switched from an older set of Mizuno MX-200's to the Callaway Apex 16's – the Callaway adds massive distance and consistency across all manner of strikes – downside is no-one and I mean no-one does feel like Mizuno.

tinpan alley says:

when you were talking about the "combo" of the apex and the apex pro, were you just referring to a combo set? the way you were referring to it was like it was an entirely different golf club "has the characteristics of both clubs" just curious if there is a club out there that i don't know about. thanks

Joao Neto says:

great, thanks!

Sanjay Naik says:

Hello Rick,
Will you please kindly test review the difference between blades and cavity back irons? Mainly the height and distance. Consistency. I understand will be subject to one hits. I thank you for your valuable time and effort.
Thanks,
Sanjay

Bjbarend says:

srixon Z series should have been on in my opinion!

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