✅ TOP 7 BEST IRONS 2019 (PLAYERS & GAMERS)

✅ TOP 7 BEST IRONS 2019 (PLAYERS & GAMERS)

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This video will talk about the 7 best golf irons of 2019 and I’ll also be showing you the cheapest place to pick them up. We’ll be talking about irons for low, mid, and high handicap players. Share this video:

#7: Ping i210. If you’re a fan of Ping clubs and are a low to mid handicap player then these could be perfect for you. These are a cavity back design and provide a good amount of control on the course (ball trajectory, shot shape and distance control).

#6: Titleist 716 AP2. These are my second favorite iron for low to mid handicap players and find them slightly more forgiving than the previous Ping clubs. They’re great from tight and firm lies and they’re the perfect size in my opinion.

#5: Cobra F9. These were the longest irons for me on this list. They’re a game improvement iron designed for mid to high handicap players who want distance and forgiveness over control and accuracy. They also come with Cobra Connect to keep track of your shots and distances.

#4: Wilson Staff D7. If you’re a mid to high handicap player who doesn’t have the fastest swing speed and wants maximum forgiveness then this will be for you. They aren’t as long as the Cobra but they’re much better for people who don’t have the quickest swing.

#3: Ping G410. These are my current favorite clubs and like them because they’re solid in all areas. They’re a game improvement iron that doesn’t look like one. Most of the irons are big and bulky (which I’m not a fan of) so it’s nice to have these mid-sized. They’re good out of the rough and they have a good amount of control.

#2: Cleveland Launcher HB. If you like hitting your hybrids, you have a slower swing speed, and you want forgiveness then these will be for you. They’re my favorite game-improvement iron for beginners and high handicaps because they’re incredibly easy to hit.

#1: Mizuno JPX919 Forged. These are my favorite players iron for someone who wants control and accuracy but still needs a bit of forgiveness. The distance was great, they felt solid at impact, and the longer irons are some of the easiest to hit well.

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