These are the EASIEST CLUBS TO HIT In Golf!

We do an incredible review of three super game improvement golf irons: the Wilson Launch Pad, Sub 70 699, and Eleven Golf. You will be amazed at how easy these clubs are to hit, even for players of all skill levels. We'll give you an in-depth look at each club and its features, including their design and performance on the course. Whether you're a beginner looking to improve your game or a seasoned pro looking for a new set of clubs, you won't want to miss our review of these incredible irons. Watch now to see why the Wilson Launch Pad, Sub 70 699, and Eleven Golf are some of the best game improvement irons on the market today.

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11 thoughts on “These are the EASIEST CLUBS TO HIT In Golf!

  1. Great video! Loved it. Just one point sand will scratch any paint. They use sand paper to remove automotive paint, which is incredibly durable, lol.

  2. I think I need to stop overrating my skills as a golfer. Granted, I've lowered my hcp for two straight seasons since coming back to golf, from 15,7 to 12,6. But in that time I've not really struck the ball consistently good, using first Vapor Flys and this season Mavriks. My biggest issue is not getting any decent height on anything longer than an 8 iron, probably due to swing speed. I want to enjoy golf as much as possible, and I'm not when I don't get consistently good strikes. So I think I'm going to have to go the SGI route to enhance my enjoyment. The Launch Pads are high on my list for new clubs. But the looks are a bit off putting.

    Also on my list are
    Ping G400
    Ping G700
    Mizuno JPX 919 Hot Metal
    Cleveland Launcher XL

    All in graphite shafts.

    Season is over now where I live so will spend the winter researching.

    Will gladly take advice on the best SGI irons from the good people of YT.

  3. The 70s compared to your Titleist were like 700RPM difference on ball spin. Where the Wilson was less than 200 RPM less than the 70s but had a greater launch angle. I'd rather have a higher launch angle with very slightly less spin RPM. You're not going to be able to stop the ball as much with the 70s.

  4. Sub70s 799 are so awful and ugly that I’ve sold two sets for them. Let your friends try them and they’re sold. I’m a solid 14 and work too much. I’ll be down to a 10 this year. 5-p and 3 Cleveland wedges and they have made golf fun again. Pair them with a pro v and they play like regular irons but instill confidence if you like hybrids. The finish is ingenious as there is no color to scratch or scrape off on the backs. I challenge you to beat their customer service and custom fitting to your specs. The variety of shafts are amazing too. It didn’t shock me you chose the Wilson’s. Nice name brand for sure but in this category no comparison for price and quality along with custom orders. Ty for the review. I enjoy your videos. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

  5. A borderline meaningless conclusion. Put them in the hands of a 24 handicapper, or a 70 year old weekend hacker, and see how they perform. They aren’t designed for you.

  6. Thomas Golf, full hybrid sets, full wood sets, full chipper set, also Pine meadow golf offers the same, both very good clubs worth testing

  7. Nice, and a bit funny, test.
    Interesting to see the changing attitude towards this type of club.
    Remember Nike's version that didn't go so well. Maybe they were a little ahead of their time, or maybe the clubs weren't good enough.

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