Welcome to our Irons section.
The Irons have shorter shafts and smaller clubheads than woods or drivers. They are typically made out of iron or steel, hence their name. Irons exist in numbers between 1-10, although a typical iron set will contain numbers 3-9. The higher the number, the higher the loft and lie of the club, increasing launch height but lowering distance.
In this section you will find our guides and useful articles on Irons and how to use them.
If you’re looking for reviews on a specific Irons you’re thinking of purchasing to improve your short game then take a look at our reviews.
All Roundup Reviews
This is a complete list of the roundup reviews we have written to find the Best Irons.
This comparison article covers the best irons for beginning golfers available on the market right now.
This review details and compares the most forgiving irons available on the market right now.
Ratings are not everything, but they do give us an indication. So we were curious and took a look at the golf irons with the best ratings to see if they hold up.
In this review we compare the best irons available for intermediate players, which provide adjustable features, superb build quality and excellent control.
All Individual Reviews
This is a complete list of the individual reviews we have written to find the Best Irons. Enjoy!
The X20 Irons are some of the most popular irons on the market, and this detailed review uncovers whether or not you should go for them.
This detailed review covers the VRS Covert Irons from Nike and viable alternatives, so you can decide whether they are the right fit for you.
In this review we go into depth on the MC Irons from TaylorMade and compare them to some popular alternative so you can make an educated purchase decision.
In this post we compare and review the JPX 850 Forged Irons from Mizuno to the competition.
In this individual review, we give our ratings and opinion on the R7 Irons from TaylorMade and the best alternatives.