PLAYABILITY: A classic GI iron -- it simplifies the
game; prefers straight lines, but composed curves are not off the table;
broad sole sweeps the ball off its feet and gets it high in a hurry.
ACCURACY/FORGIVENESS: This is why you buy the G: it's the easiest iron to hit in the category, so forgiving that you may forget to practice; aim where you want it to go and it'll get there; possibly the most precise big head on the market; won't typically bend around trouble, but can keep you away from it.
DISTANCE CONTROL: Plenty long and extremely predictable; a hardworking iron that gets the job done on heel and toe misses; added altitude can provide a few yards for players who tend to hit it low.
FEEL: A consistent, reassuring thunk across the entire face; perimeter weighting pays off -- this thing's a freight train through the turf; it's not trying to re-create the feel of a blade -- more interested in soothing misses than rewarding perfect strikes.
LOOK: Sturdy, industrial setup should look familiar to anyone who's seen a G series in the past; looks durable and borderline unmissable -- inspires confidence, especially in testers who fight the rights; big for where this category is trending but smaller than most Max Game Improvement irons.
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