TOP 5 IRONS 2023

What are the best irons of 2023?
I share with you my top 5 picks for this year!

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19 thoughts on “TOP 5 IRONS 2023

  1. I have the Miura KM 700, I saw them in your thumbnail- surprised no mention. Literally the best iron I’ve ever seen or hit. By far. I’ve had all of the major irons and nothing compares

  2. I'm glad Mizuno went back to the look of the 919 Tour. Just one of the most beautiful clubs ever. Hard to go wrong these days as long as you get some kind of fitting. So many great irons out!

  3. I'm seeing a lot of raving reviews about the Mizuno's which is really pushing me towards Takomos. Everyone that's compared the two says they feel incredibly similar but Takomos are a fraction of the price. Since I've been golfing for a year, have a low swing speed and am shooting 85-88 I can't see myself springing that much $ for irons.

  4. I'm not looking for nice looking irons. I'm looking for forgiving ones. I'm a senior and I only shoot in the mid 90s. What would you suggest?

  5. My Srixon ZX-5 are still as good as any of these under review. I've tried them all on the Simulator at The Pro Golf Warehouse and still hit my Srixon ZXs better.

  6. Justin. You are lacking any credibility. Did you hit any of these? Testing. You play Mizuno's. That is the only clubs that you claim to hit. You use the word "look" way to often. Look like, look like, ….what about technology? Ball flight, spin rate, forgiveness, …… Shafts. Did all these clubs have the same shaft so the only variable is the head? Some things for you to work on. Sorry I clicked on your video. For just opinions, I can go to TikTok.

  7. Nice review..I only have a few irons I like to look at for this year. The Wilson Staff D9 forge and the Mizuno 225 Pro and the JPX 923….These fit my eye and love the way they perform on the course….

  8. tried several irons and ended up w/the Mizuno P225 – great compromise if you need a little forgiveness and lower ball flight. will probably play these for a long time.

  9. I think Mizuno is the best, and Titleist T300 is great too. I’m staying with PXG 0311 XF as they excellent hollow body irons, 8-gap. My long irons are Mizuno FliHi hybrid irons 4-7, and recommend them to most normal golfers

  10. Ordered a set of jpx 923 forged. Could’ve easily chose the mizuno 223 or 225s. Honestly couldn’t believe how forgiving they are and similar in distance they are to the jpx 923 forged. Mizuno makes it really really difficult to choose with all their quality offerings.

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