Even though Callaway Golf bought out Ben Hogan as a premium creator of golf supplies the name still has power in the world of vast greens and sand traps.
For the up and coming golfer who is ready to step up their game the Bridgestone J33 Blades make a good game even better.
Bridgestone's main focus in the golfing equipment industry is the advanced player and the Bridgestone J36 Blades are no exception to their plan.
Callaway X 14 Irons have a wonderful reputation in the golfing world for both being forgiving enough for newer players, and yet strong enough for advanced players.
Callaway X Tour Irons are amazing clubs for intermediate players who have developed a good swing and are on their way to becoming more consistent in their approach.
Players with a good eye and even stroke will appreciate the precision and performance of the Cleveland CG Tour Iron.
Cleveland CG1 irons will give you the most amazing experience if you have the control and desire for a top-level iron.
The Cobra Baffler Blades can be a very difficult set of clubs for anyone who isn't dead on with their approach. It is totally unforgiving and is hard to feel and know where the ball is hitting.
One of the most unknown blades is the KZG forged blades irons. As unknown as they are those that have discovered these gems adore them.
For the mid handicap golfer looking to work their way up easily to a top level of control the Nickent 4DX Pro Combo irons are a perfect set.
Nike Blade Irons are appreciated for imparting a nice flight to the ball, having a solid feel, and for their understated good looks.
Hang around the green long enough and you are sure to hear people talking about certain clubs giving really bad shots. That's because irons like Nike Forged blades are not made for the average golfer.
Ping is a very well-known name in the golf industry and their popular i3 line of irons has been a staple on the greens for years. The Ping i10 irons are the best successor since the much loved i3.
Once golfers become used to irons that provide a lot of feedback it is often difficult for them to step up and use clubs like the Ping i3 blade irons.
There are some people who find the Ping S59 blade irons to be unattractive as a general observation. If you happen to be in a fashion show for golfers I suppose that counts.
The Snake Eyes 675B blade irons are truly the professional golfer's dream clubs that are made to suit your game perfectly.
The Srixon Pro 100 forged iron set comes in 3 – PW and is made from forged carbon steel for a truly powerful trajectory.
The best way to become a scratch golfer is to switch to blades like the Taylormade ICW5 blades iron set at about a 10 handicap.
The Taylormade RAC MB TP irons have the dedication of a great golf equipment company behind them and the input of the professional tour players.
The TaylorMade Tour Preferred irons combine classic looks and technology for sizzling performance on the green whether you are a mid handicapper or a scratch player.
If you are a beginning golfer with a high handicap who needs a forgiving club do not even trouble yourself considering the Titleist 695MB Forged Blade Irons.
Looks are not everything but the Titleist 735 has looks and a whole lot more. They are appealing and have a minimal cavity back that allows for just enough forgiveness to make a mid handicap player feel comfortable.
The Titleist AP2 iron set comes in 3 – PW and a GW for a complete set of serious control irons that mid to low handicap players can appreciate.
The Tour Edge V-Blade Irons have a unique advantage in being a top level set of irons that even players in the 70 to 80 point range can enjoy and learn from.
The Wilson PI7 irons are made to replace their DI and CI7's which allow for much more forgiveness but not nearly as much control.