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Golf Club Reviews: Irons

All our Iron and Iron Set Reviews

Pinemeadow Command Factor Irons

Pinemeadow Command Factor Irons
The heads of these irons are substantially smaller in size compared to other Pinemeadow irons reviewed on this website, while keeping about the same weight. They can be considered being ‘Semi-Pro’ irons, a mix between a blade and a game improvement iron… Read More…


Pinemeadow Command W7G Irons

Command W7G Irons
When we unpacked Pinemeadow Golf’s new Pinemeadow Command W7G Irons we first thought they forgot to pack the 3 and 4 irons, but it turns out that the sets starts at the 5-iron. There is a reason for it: this iron set is meant to be a game improvement…Read More…


Pinemeadow ZR1 Mark II Irons

Pinemeadow ZR1 Mark II Irons
Pinemeadow Golf from Portland, OR, recently released their new successor to last years ZR1 irons, the new ZR1 Mark II Irons. While last years model was similar to the Ping G10 irons, the new irons have a great similarity to the popular Ping G15 irons… Read More…


Pinemeadow Golf Command Q Titanium Irons

Pinemeadow Golf Command Q Titanium Irons
Titanium is a lot harder than steel, that’s why it can be used to build today’s oversized drivers. 460cc drivers built from steel would either be very heavy or collapse upon impact with the ball. For irons it means that the club face can be built very thinly… Read More…


Pinemeadow Golf Command Q Irons

Pinemeadow Golf Command Q Irons
A very obvious feature of these irons is their wide sole with the four additional weights in the back of it. Since these weights sit very far in the rear of the clubhead they remarkably reduce the twisting of the clubhead on miss hits and increase stability and… Read More…


Pinemeadow Command BK Irons

Pinemeadow Command BK Irons
To be honest this was the first time I played irons that were black rather than matt or polished steel, so it took a moment to get used to it. The shining black color gives the irons a unique look, very elegant and sophisticated. The black color, although glossy… Read More…


Pinemeadow Excel Strong Irons

Pinemeadow Excel Strong Irons
The most obvious characteristics of these irons is their wide sole, partially due to the notch cavity at the back of the clubhead. This, together with the bevelled toe reduce the turf drag when hitting in the rough. The transfer of the weight to the…. Read More…


Pinemeadow Golf ZR1 Irons

Pinemeadow Golf ZR1 Irons
The new, just released Pinemeadow Golf ZR1 Irons are built after the recently launched and very popular Ping G10 irons. Like the G10s they are stainless steel irons, something that made the original Ping G series popular (and, in our eyes, superior… Read More…


Excel Hollow Core Ti Irons

Excel Hollow Core Ti Irons
In the manufacturers description it says “dramatically expands the area of forgiveness”. The use of ‘dramatically’ makes it sound like a lot of hype, but boy, trying is believing. These irons ARE forgiving. Due to their lighter weight one has to get… Read More…


Oxygen Type S Irons

Oxygen Type S Irons
These very forgiving and solid clubs are well suited for the mid to high handicapper. They feel good and are weighted towards the ends that help keep the club on plane. They have a decent sweet spot and allow for good trajectory and ball flight. Center hits are…. Read More…


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