To be totally effective, discount golf clubs should work off the deck while being your go-to club on tight driving holes.
An evolution of the Diablo fairway, the Ping G20 Irons aims to hit mark in both categories with ease of use off the fairway and a face design that increases ball speeds for longer carries.
More traditional in appearance, the TaylorMade R11 Irons should appeal to a broader range of players so read on to see how it rates in forgiveness, distance and ease of use.
The Ping G15 Irons takes the foundation laid by the Big Bertha Diablo fairway woods and develops them into an even more impressive model with between 10 and 12 yards being added to your shots.
Callaway have improved their excellent Variable Thickness Technology to provide the Mizuno JPX 800 Driver with a much hotter, more aggressive clubface that consistently delivers much higher ball speeds. As with the Diablo Edge driver the fairway features Callway’s highest ever moment of inertia which has been achieved by redistributing most of the weight to the perimeter of the club.
Committed to pushing the boundaries of technology, Callaway have also provided the Diablo Edge fairway with the deepest centre of gravity they have ever achieved in a fairway wood to help promote both distance and height while the slightly larger clubheads make the Diablo Edge accessible to every level of player, according a research on £219.99 - Titleist AP2 712 Irons 2012 UK. Players looking for easy-to-hit fairway woods with well above average distances will like the Diablo Edge.