TOP 5 MOST Forgiving IRONS for Mid to High Handicap Golfers

2022 has seen some fantastic golf clubs be released. Especially in the market of game improvement. Which irons are the best five for forgiveness and game improvement for mid handicappers and high handicappers. In this video I go through my top five that I have seen so far.

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23 thoughts on “TOP 5 MOST Forgiving IRONS for Mid to High Handicap Golfers

  1. Its important when finding clubs to get fitted and the person assisting needs to know your game well. If you hit with too much spin and are hitting it higher, don't go for a club with more loft. If you hit it low, consider the higher loft to help your carry. Clubs are changing so fast it's hard to keep up with the tech. My 10 yr old clubs are looking way outdated.

  2. I would add the cobra or mizuno it’s too lofted up 26 degree a 7 iron it’s just mad where are we going to go with this. I say a mid handicapper need more loft rather less

  3. Iwe got Mizuno 9xx and as a loongtime 15+ player, and now 25+ this means nothing.. dont belive that changing your set is gona make u better.. this is hogwash!

  4. I am suprised Callaway did not make the top 5, I have played golf for 25 years off now a 11 handicap and over the years I always found they was the first inventors of forgiving irons.

  5. My 5 cents worth of input: when I started to play golf 50 years ago, Ping was the undisputed GOAT. Today Ping is still the GOAT. At set for mid to high golfers is easily made up of: Ping for driver, fairway woods and irons. Titelist Vokey for the wedges and Scotty Cameron for the putter. For golf ball, look no further than Titleist Pro V. The rest are distractions and entertainment. But don't look at your credit card balance.

  6. Hi Dan great review ?, Delighted to see my Titleist T300s at the top, got fitted for these Feb 2022 with graphite shafts 1” longer & 2deg upright, in the fitting they were the only club I could test in my spec?, got 7Iron to 43deg pitching wedge & 48deg gap wedge, the gapping between the Irons is perfect & the Wedges are Fantastic proper wedges (no chunky offset wedges here), Thanks Dan Dickey 9hcp 76year senior golfer

  7. LOVE my Stealths……hard to get rid of them they perform great for me and consistent ….would be willing to try the Mizuno JPX 923 Hotmetal and the Ping G430….but I should really stick with what worked well for me last year….went from a 14 handicap to a 9….maybe in the hunt for a driver…. Have a fitting with TXG in March….cheers from Canada

  8. Hi Dan
    Recently tred the Mizunos (couldn’t consistently hit it) the T300’s (most consistent) and Stealth ( hottest but had some fliers and longer rollout) so agree you have the top two?.
    Would be great to see the track man numbers with these versus the new Paradym!

  9. Love this channel. Love Dan and lester. Course blogs are so good and although I know we need diversity I have no time for these vids. I will support you guys until the end but I think you are better than this. I know it’ll be hard to get loads of course vlogs consistently but this is the strength of this channel. All the best for the new year x

  10. Haven't tested or tried any ,but I would ask DH to compare identical shafts and interchange old and new heads of identical angles to see how much improvement technologies have advanced. Yours sincerely , Mr Sceptical

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