Golf Monthly

D-shaped head with central alignment line and maximum perimeter weighting.

If you're looking for raw distance from a fairway club look no further.

A black graphite crown and red Grafalloy pro-lite shaft make this look like a weapon that should be at the other end of the price scale.

With great feel and crispness of strike the MacTec NVG more than makes up for its lack of distance.

Classic looking club at a fair price. Good from the tee and the fairway.

With a reasonable price tag, solid crisp strike and penetrating ball flight this could be the pick of the current utility crop.

Superb for extracating the ball from a tangly lie

Makser offers a versatile and playable hybrid

Wilson's solution for getting you out of trouble

The Knife offers playability from even the most tricky lie

An excellent performer with a budget price tag and an extremely aggressive name

Composite head and attractive compact head although shaft seems too long.

The M8 performs well and looks more expensive than it's price tag

Snake Eyes has come up with a real gem in the 600Cs.

Unusually large heads feel a bit cumbersome but the results are impressive.

Good piercing trajectory. Small head aimed at the better player.

A forged cavity backed iron offering excellent trajectory and distance.