Designed by Roger Cleveland and used by Nick Dougherty among others, this utility iron has been created with the better player in mind. The hollow head has been forged from 1020 carbon steel and features Extreme Notch Weighting to create a combination of feel and stability that should increase accuracy and make this club versatile enough to use from the tee and off the fairway.
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For those who prefer using blade or muscleback irons – and perhaps don’t buy into the idea of utility clubs – this offers a compromise worth closer inspection. At address it retains the look of a classic iron despite its relatively thick topline. It’s also forged so there is enough feel to shape your shots. Crucially however, it’s the combination of a forgiving contact and controlled flight that should attract the low handicap golfer.