Best Mid-Handicap Irons of 2020

By: Golfshake Editor | Thu 06 Feb 2020 | Comments


Designed with better players who are searching for those higher levels of performance in mind, Mid-Handicap Irons represent a massively diverse category that can be hard to search through. Fortunately, that's where Golfshake's Ryan Rastall comes into play, our resident Equipment Expert has tested and reviewed most of the major releases that you'll see on the market, taking that informed knowledge into selecting what he believes are the best for 2020. 

Assessed in Ryan's Performance Centre at Howley Hall Golf Club in Leeds, we may just help you find your next set of irons for this year and beyond.

Wilson D7 Forged

Wilson's D7 Forged Irons have been engineered to build on the success of the brand's D7 range to combine distance, looks and feel to create a striking product for the market. Featuring a newly crafted club head design, which boasts a thinner top line and minimal offset to deliver greater performance, this has been further enhanced by the introduction of an Urethane filled Power Chamber inside the head that flexes on impact to provide a more solid and consistent feel.

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Titleist T200

Succeeding the long-standing AP Series, Titleist's new T-Series has redefined the manufacturer's iron offering, designed to provide greater speed speed and playability across each model. Among the key features are the the 'Max Impact' technology for consistent ball speed across the face, with the T200 providing support for near-misses.

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Callaway APEX

Through Callaway's Apex, last year the brand revealed a completely new range of irons, headlined by the soft feel technology introduced by a forged 1025 mild carbon steel body, and for the first time they engineered the proprietary urethane microspheres into a forged iron. The carbon steel body promotes better sound and feel, and the urethane microspheres consist of over one million tiny air pockets that absorb unwanted vibration without slowing the face.

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Cobra Forged TEC

The COBRA King Forged Tec Irons feature a muscle back shaped design, hollow cavity infused with foam microspheres and tungsten weighting which places a premium on distance and playability.

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TaylorMade P790

The P790 features a soft, 8620 carbon steel body combined with a high-strength forged 4140 carbon steel WrapFace in a hollow body design. This is designed to generate additional ball speed while not compromising on feel. The face is supported by 'Speedfoam' and innovation from TaylorMade that not only supports the face, but also delivers great sound. 

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PXG GEN3 0311P

This is a more generalised model from PXG, suitable for the widest range of golfers. Technology within the GEN3 011P to ensure forgiveness, but also to move weight within the head to work for you, making it easier to launch, possessing the thinnest face that PXG can produce to deliver faster ball speed.


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