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Is there anything worse than hitting a great drive, only to waste it and hit a terrible approach shot? Then, you’re scrambling like crazy to save par and not look back on the hole with regret from…
Should you play muscle back irons? Blades? Cavity backs? Hybrid-like irons?
These are good questions because irons make up a huge part of your golf bag setup. The truth is there is no “best iron” as it depends on the person swinging the club.
While golf might be the most fun and challenging sport ever created, it’s certainly not the cheapest.
From buying golf clubs, apparel, paying for green fees, lessons, gadgets, and other expenses, it all adds up quickly. Especially if you live in a place where you can golf the majority of the year and want to play as often as possible.
If you’re like a lot of golfers I’m sure you’ve asked yourself… “Should I play blades or cavity back irons?”
It’s a good question because the wrong set of irons can make it very difficult to hit greens in regulation. Not to mention nearly impossible to make birdies. But a good set of irons can make all the difference if they match your swing speed and handicap.
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Sometimes we all need an upgrade to our set of irons. While the driver tends to get the most upgrades, because everyone loves trying to hit it as far as possible, don’t neglect your irons too.