Golf Digest Best Irons For Mid Handicap in 2020
Oncore Golf The ELIXR PGA Tour Soft White Golf Balls Proximity | Velocity Urethane Straight Distance Performance | Greenside Control & Unmatched Putting Ability (One Dozen)
- Velocity: our innovative core composition delivers the highest initial Velocity permitted by the USGA (99.84% of the allowable Limit)
- Control: perimeter weighting for the tightest shot dispersion off the Tee and on the fairway; outstanding back spin for great control around the green
- Distance: the highest initial Velocity combined with perimeter weighting for accuracy results in the longest, straightest shots possible
- Spin: low driver spin and optimal launch angle yield extreme distance and control off the Tee. Conversely, the desired Mid to high spin rates allow for drop and Stop performance with the scoring clubs
- Compression: an 85 compression rating paired with our cast urethane cover delivers a trampoline effect off the Tee with a tremendous soft feel with your scoring clubs
ONCORE GOLF - Avant 55 Value Golf Balls | Yellow (One Dozen | 12 Premium Golf Balls) â€“ Award Winning Performance
- AWARD-WINNING: AVANT 55 won silver in the Golf Digest 2019 Hot List awards
- PLAYER PROFILE: Ideal for lower swing speeds but equally effective and enjoyed by all skill levels
- DISTANCE: Our core is designed to be exceptionally reactive to lower and mid-range swing speeds
- ACCURACY: An oversized inner core creates its perimeter weighting leading to accuracy off the tee
- SPIN: Low to mid-range spin off the driver with mid to high spin rates around the green
Srixon Q Star Tour Golf Balls, White (One Dozen)
- Consistent, balanced performance
- 3-piece golf ball
- Urethane cover
Callaway Fusion Wide Sole Iron Review
Great High Handicap Clubs
The Fusion Wide Sole irons are designed for the high handicap and Senior player. Callaway has had a lot of success with the first generation of Fusion irons in the early 2000's, they have made these even better! They do look bulky, and yes, there is a lot of offset there, and yes they are huge, but these puppies soar! The wider sole is used for two purposes. One, to move weight low and behind the ball by adding Tungsten to the sole, and Two, to prevent fat shots. The thick top line and Titanium face add to the distance of these clubs and I can guarantee that you will be picking up a lot of distance with these irons. The lofts are quite a bit less, almost a club stronger per iron, but all that Tungsten placed down there on the back half of the sole keeps the trajectory up for each club. These hogs will be back for 2020 along with a few new products in the X series. Stay tuned for reviews!
These irons were flat out long when I hit them. All that technology really shows in these irons as I was hitting some bombs down the driving range. I got over the look a little sooner than I thought, but for a little less money, the MacGregor NVG2 Mid iron has the same features in a little cleaner look. I could not work the ball with these irons as that is not what they are designed to do. I could hit a nice high draw of course, but no fades or low balls here, just high, long rockets down to the green! Overall, its a great iron that I would suggest to those who need more forgiveness, distance and trajectory. A lot of tour players use the Big Bertha iron 2 iron as their "hybrid", this may be an option for you with the Fusion Wide Sole as these irons really get the ball up in the air for you easily. If you are looking for more Callaway Golf products, check out my other articles on the X20, X Forged, Big Bertha and Fusion irons!
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