If you don’t have the right clubs for your game then it’s going to be really tough to become a consistent golfer. In this post, I’m going to be talking about the 7 best golf irons and which is going to be right for your swing.
Here are the top 7 golf irons 2023:
- Ping i210.
- Titleist 716 AP2.
- Cobra F9.
- Wilson Staff D7.
- Ping G410.
- Cleveland Launcher HB.
- Mizuno JPX919 Forged.
I’m not saying these will be the best for everyone but from my own and other people’s experience, these are great options. Some of these are designed for low handicaps while others are made for beginners. I’ll also show you the cheapest place I could find each of them below.
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#7: PING i210
If you’re a low to mid handicap player who’s looking for a players’ iron with a cavity back design then this could be for you.
The larger back (compared to the i200) was a big improvement in how the irons felt through impact and I think they felt and sounded solid.
I don’t use these clubs myself but a friend of mine does and he loves them because of the comfort and control he has with them.
- It’s more compact and has less offset than others.
- The leading edge is more refined and has less friction with the turf.
- They were extremely consistent (distance & shape).
- They weren’t the longest irons (for me and my buddy).
- They don’t offer a whole lot of feedback on mishits.
- Other players’ irons were slightly more forgiving.
#6: Titleist 716 AP2
These are my second favorite irons for better players and found them to be slightly more forging than the previous Ping irons.
The width of the top line is somewhere in the middle compared to others, they have a slight offset, and are mid-sized irons.
They aren’t the longest irons on the market but they do offer decent feedback on mishits and feel very solid through impact.
- It’s one of the more forgiving irons for better players.
- They’re great from tight and firm lies.
- They seem to be the perfect size for better players.
- They aren’t close to being the longest iron (designed more for control and accuracy).
- The ball speed wasn’t as consistent on off-center hits as some.
#5: Cobra King F9
If you’re a mid to high handicap player with a faster swing speed then these could be a great option for you.
They were the longest irons on this list for me and they had a nice and high ball flight that was able to stop quickly on the green.
They weren’t as good out of the rough as some and I didn’t feel like I had as much control with them (trajectory and shape).
- They come with Cobra Connect to track your shots and distances.
- They were the longest iron for my swing.
- They’re one of the straighter flying irons.
- They aren’t a cheap set of irons.
- They aren’t the best if you have a slower swing speed.
- If you want max control then you’ll be better off with something else.
#4: Wilson Staff D7
If you like hitting your irons, have a slower swing speed and want the most forgiveness possible then these will be for you.
A lot of people overlook Wilson products because they’re not widely used but they’re a great inexpensive club for average players.
They aren’t crazy long or anything like that and they aren’t the most versatile but they’re great if you want to keep the ball in the fairway.
- They are reasonably priced.
- It was one of the most forgiving irons I’ve hit.
- They were longer than I thought they’d be.
- My ball flew high and straight.
- You can see the back of the sole at address (doesn’t impact the performance).
- It doesn’t have as much stopping power on the green as some.
#3: PING G410
These are my personal favorite irons right now and are great for mid to high handicaps because they’re solid in almost all areas.
They aren’t the longest and they’re not the most forgiving but they’re top 3 in all categories and work well in all conditions.
If you want a game improvement iron that doesn’t look like one and you want to shape the ball around a bit then this could be for you.
- This was the most consistent iron for me in terms of distance and control.
- The head-size isn’t too big as a lot of other improvement irons.
- The top line is thinner.
- They aren’t the longest of the irons.
- Low handicaps will get more from other clubs.
- Slower swing speeds won’t benefit as much.
#2: Cleveland Launcher HB
If you like hitting your hybrids, have a slower swing speed and want maximum forgiveness with high launches then this is the one for you.
Even to this day, these are some of my favorite irons to hit just because of how easy they are to hit high and straight.
They are bigger than normal irons and look like mini hybrids but they’re extremely affordable and great for average players.
- These are the most forgiving and highest launching irons.
- The price is reasonable.
- These will work really well if you tend to hit the ball fat.
- Huge sweet spot.
- They are super light (some people might like but others won’t).
- They have a good amount of offset and can cause certain players to always draw/hook.
#1: Mizuno JPX 919 Forged
If you’re a better player who still wants a bit of forgiveness then these could work for you.
I’m not a low handicap but I have hit these and have talked to people who play these and the consensus seems to be that these are the best mid-sized forged irons.
It seems to deliver much more speed compared to the other forged irons on the market and it also engages with the turf really well.
- When I struck this club pure the distance was pretty close to the Cobra F9.
- It sounds and feels more solid than others.
- The long irons are still playable for most better players.
- These irons gave me a bit more spin compared to the Titleist and Ping.
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Last update on 2023-07-26 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API