Would the 2017 TaylorMade M2 irons outperform their predecessor?
How would the TaylorMade M1 irons perform for our technical editor?
Would Wilson's Power Holes pack a punch for our Tester?
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We test Srixon's forgiving shallow cavity forged model
We test out Wilson Staff's latest better player offering
Using a new material called Chromoly 4140M to make the irons long and forgiving
Ping's latest iron is aimed at good ball strikers seeking workability and distance control
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The world's first adjustable iron has come from Cobra but how does it perform?
They're said to offer distance and forgiveness with a soft feel but do they deliver?
Golf Monthly's experienced Test Team review the TaylorMade M2 irons
Key technology Mizuno claims the game-improver JPX EZ irons offer the ultimate playability, courtesy of 360 ̊ Dual Pockets and multi-thickness faces. This design provides levels of feel normally only…
Golf Monthly's Ping G Crossover review, a new category of club said to offer the spin and flight of a long iron with the distance and forgiveness of a hybrid
Golf Monthly's Ping G irons review, the new iron with Cor-Eye technology and extra forgiveness to help golfers achieve more distance and accuracy
Golf Monthly's Cobra King F6 irons review, billed as the ultimate progressive game improver set designed to help golfers achieve more distance as well as enhanced forgiveness
Golf Monthly's Mizuno MP-25 iron review, a player's model that benefits from Boron-infused steel for the first time to increase ball speed across the clubface
Golf Monthly's Ping GMax irons review, a progressive set that uses COR-Eye technology and a low and back CG to increase launch, distance and forgiveness
The Golf Monthly test team's Srixon Z155 irons review, where Action Mass Technology places more weight in the head to boost distance and forgiveness
The Golf Monthly test team's Ping i iron review, a model that will appeal to a wide spectrum of players by offering forgiveness and feel in a compact package.