Best 3 Iron Golf Club in 2020
Callaway Golf 2018 Men's Rogue Individual Iron, Right Hand, Synergy, 60G Shaft, Senior Flex, 3 Iron
- 360 Face Cup + VFT for more Ball Speed
- MIM'd Internal Standing Wave for Optimal Flight and Control
- Urethane Microspheres for Great Feel
- Rogue Performance Package
Callaway Golf 2020 Mavrik Pro Individual Iron (Right Hand, Steel, Stiff, 3 Iron)
- With MAVRIK, we’re using Artificial Intelligence for the first time in an iron. Ball speed is further enhanced by our 360 Face Cup that flexes and releases at impact.
- We’ve created a sophisticated face architecture that’s unique to every loft, so we can create a significant boost in ball speed and increased spin robustness off of every iron
- The custom tungsten-infused weights in each iron allow us to locate the position of the CG in each iron with extraordinary precision while still maintaining ball speed in the Flash Face Cup.
- This is how we can provide optimum launch and ball flight through the set.
- We’ve implemented our patented urethane microspheres to comprehensively absorb unwanted vibration for pure feel, while also maximizing COR for incredible ball speed.
Callaway Golf 2019 Apex Smoke Individual Iron, 3 Iron, Right Hand, Steel, Regular Flex
- The Callaway Apex 19 Smoke is the ultimate forged players distance iron with a stunning new Smoke PVD Finish.
- Extremely soft feel comes from a forged 1025 mild carbon steel body, and for the first time Callaway has put Urethane Microspheres into a forged iron.
- The 360 Face Cup creates fast ball speeds for consistent distance, and the spin control VFT Face in the short irons promotes aggressive shot-making.
- The tungsten-infused, multi-material construction allows us to locate the Center of Gravity with extraordinary precision for optimum ball flight and control.
- Apex is expertly crafted with a beautiful players shape, a platinum chrome finish and a new smoke True Temper Elevate 95 Shaft.
Pinemeadow Golf Men's Excel EGI Hybrid Club, Graphite, 19-Degree, 3, Regular, Right Hand
- CLUB/LOFT: 3 Hybrid/19°, 4 Hybrid/22°, 5 Hybrid/25°, 6 Hybrid/28°, 7 Hybrid/32°, 8 Hybrid/36°, 9 Hybrid/40° & PW Hybrid/45°
- HYBRID MOVEMENT: More and more players are trading in their traditional irons and replacing them with hybrids. The EGI hybrids allow you to do this for every iron in your bag. Join the movement and expect an improvement in your game
- BIGGER SWEET SPOT: All hybrids feature a nice balance of weight throughout the entire club head that increases and widens the sweet spot. The shape of the club head allows you to use these clubs from various lies, good or bad
- GRAPHITE SHAFT: Hybrids are equipped with a Pinemeadow Graphite shaft. The hybrid shaft paired with the stainless steel clubhead gives you the best combination you need in a hybrid
- HEADCOVER: All hybrids come with a headcover to protect your club while it is being transported in your golf bag
Callaway Men's Strata Complete Golf Set (12-Piece, Left Hand)
- Driver & 3 Wood: Woods have a forgiving sweet spot and a graphite shaft for exceptional distance (2 clubs & 2 headcovers)
- Hybrid (5H): Designed for versatility and forgiveness on shots where you would usually hit a difficult long iron (1 club)
- Irons/Wedges (6 PW): Perimeter weighting and progressive sole width technology for improved control (5 clubs)
- Putter: Mallet with T Style alignment to help give you incredible accuracy
- Stand Bag: The lightweight, durable stand bag comes with five convenient pockets, an additional cooler pocket, a rain hood and a backpack strap system
- 12 Pieces: 9 Clubs, 2 Headcovers, 1 Bag
TaylorMade 2017 M1 3 Single Iron Steel Stiff Shaft
Pinemeadow Men's PGX Golf Set-Driver, 3 Wood, Hybrid, 5-PW Irons (Right Handed, Regular Flex)
- 460cc Driver, 3 Wood and Hybrid
- 5-PW Irons
- Graphite Shaft on Driver and 3 Wood
- Headcovers for Driver, 3 Wood and Hybrid
Cobra 2018 King Utility One Length Iron Black 2i3i (Men's, Right Hand, Graphite, Stiff Flex, 18.0-21.0 Deg)
- One length set makeup-re-engineered to match 7-iron length and weighting in order to deliver maximum simplicity and consistency through the set
- Power shell face technology-a thinner, stronger l-cup face and sole Structure delivers our largest sweet zone EVER for higher ball speeds and explosive distance across all points of the face
- Full hollow body construction-a full hollow body design delivers preferred sound and feel, and lowers CG for improved launch and distance from multiple lies
- 100% CNC milled faces & grooves-cnc milling creates highly accurate grooves for consistent spin across the entire face
- Tungsten weighting-high Density tungsten weights are strategically positioned on the toe which lowers and centers the CG behind the face for more precision and easy-up distance
Left Handed Taylormade P770#3 Iron/Steel True Temper XP95 S300 Stiff Flex
TaylorMade GAPR MID Golf Club (Right Hand, Graphite, Stiff Flex, 3-18), Black, Large
- Optimized CG: Ultra low CG for extreme distance with a Mid-High trajectory
- Loft sleeve: provides improved opportunity for pefect gapping and desired trajectory
- Shape: iron face profile inspires confidence and easy alignment with a medium width sole fo ease of play and versatility
- Speed foam: revolutionary iron technology has been injected to allow for thinner, faster faces while maintaining excellent sound and feel
Spectators Engulfed Golfers to Prevent Their Arrest
Spectators foiled law enforcement’s attempt to arrest three golfers in South Carolina.
On a sunny Sunday afternoon in Camden, South Carolina, in 1927, a crowd of spectators engulfed three golfers on a local course to prevent them from being taken into custody for the crime of playing golf on Sunday.
Almost since golf began in Scotland in the 1400s, its play on Sunday has often been a source of contention. In 1618, King James VI of England felt it necessary to confirm by decree the right of the populace to play golf on the Sabbath.
Over three hundred years later in the mid-1920s, playing golf on Sunday in Great Britain was still a touchy issue. So much so, that the Prince of Wales, a future King of England and later the Duke of Windsor, would make the short hop across the English Channel to France on Sunday at the controls of his small plane to get in a round.
Restrictions that regulated commerce and a number of other activities on Sunday in the United States were first enacted in New Haven, Connecticut in the late 17th century and eventually were on the books in all the colonies.
These statutes were called "blue laws." The origin of this term is subject to debate. One explanation for the term is that it comes from the expression "true blue" referring to people who don't change their convictions or policies. Others argue that the term was coined by critics to ridicule the effort to prevent "blue" or indecent behavior, such as drinking and gambling.
In this country, as the game of golf took hold in the Northeastern United States in the late 1880s, the enforcement of blue laws led to the arrest of golfers at the Harvard Yard in Cambridge, Massachusetts; in Connecticut ; and in and around New York City.
A jury ruling in favor of golfers in 1901 in Yonkers, New York was the apparent tipping point for the matter in the Northeast. That wasn't the case in other parts of the country, especially in the South, where it remained a hot button issue.
This was particularly the case in South Carolina in 1927. The newly elected Governor of the state, John Gardiner Richards, was making good on a campaign promise to rigorously enforce the state's blue laws.
In the Camden incident, one golfer was arrested before the crowd of spectators, estimated to be 75 in number, swooped around the other three players and blended them into their midst.
On the same afternoon thirty miles to the east, eight golfers in the town of Sumter were taken into custody. The week before golfers had been arrested in the cities of Aiken and Greenville.
But Governor's Richards's crusade against Sunday golf soon fizzled out, because juries, even in his own home county, refused to return guilty verdicts.
David Sowell is a free-lance writer. He is the author of Ike, Golf, amp; Augusta and The Masters: A Hole-by-History of America 's Golf Classic.