If you're a good golfer but your irons have seen better days, there has never been a better time to upgrade as the choice on offer from a whole host of manufacturers is truly exceptional. Whatever your preferences in looks, feel, performance or budget, you'll find something you like among the irons we've selected to compare in this video which is on the best irons for low handicappers in 2024!

► Product Retail Links To Our Top Low Handicap Irons of 2024:
Ben Hogan PTX Tour –
Callaway Apex CB –
Cobra King Tour –
Mizuno Pro 243 –
Ping Blueprint S –
PXG 0317 CB –
Srixon ZX7 Mk II –
Takomo 301CB –
TaylorMade P770 –
Titleist T100 –
Vega Mizar Tour –
Wilson Staff Model CB –

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Intro 0:00-0:27
Looks 0:27
Feel/Sound 3:12
Performance 6:03
Overall Winner 9:10

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23 thoughts on “BEST IRONS FOR LOW HANDICAPS 2024!

  1. The Cobra King CBs were the best out of all the players irons that I have tested so they went straight into the bag, the Ping Blueprint S also look really nice but I haven't gotten to hit them yet.

  2. Just did a full bag fitting. My favorites were the T100’s, T150’s, Blue print S, and the Mizuno Pro 243’s. I ended up in the Mizuno Pro 243’s. Look, sound, feel and the mix of forgiveness could not pass it up. All were great irons but in my opinion the 243’s were very very solid all across the board. All these options would have been a great choice but it came down to numbers and they didn’t lie. Can’t wait to get them out on the course.

  3. Good review again Joe – these level of clubs are too good for my game but I am sure the good players around the world would enjoy them!

  4. Gamed the srixon mkii zx7 last season, I think they'll stay in my bag a couple more years, they feel fantastic and offer that forgiveness for imperfect strikes. Clean looks and great feel

  5. Just had a full bag fitting and the irons that made it into my bag were the Miura KM700. Others that really impressed me were the Blueprint S and PXG blade.

  6. performance of the T100 is nearly identical to the Callaway CB. would’ve liked to see the dispersion circles of each iron. I have 2021 T100S and they are phenomenal at 2° stronger lofts compared to the T100.

    this mix of irons in this comparison combined players distance irons (32° 7 iron ) with players irons (i.e. 34° 7 iron) not really a fair comparison. two separate comparisons would’ve been better

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