The driving iron - or utility iron - keeps the ball low off the tee and rolls the ball along the fairway, which can be of great help when the wind is up. It's also a great go-to club when you're feeling a little nervy with a misbehaving driver.
While driving irons used to be incredibly unforgiving, modern technology has enlarged the sweet spot in order to help you maximum distance.
We’ve listed the best driving irons on the market in 2018 for your consideration.
The classic forged look with TaylorMade's Speedfoam in the cavity for max distance, this could be a popular option in 2018.
It has a soft, 8620 carbon steel body combined with high-strength forged 4140 carbon steel with a wrapped-face construction in a hollow body design.
The P790 UDI’s hollow construction is filled with TaylorMade’s proprietary SpeedFoam material, which serves a dual purpose of generating ball speed as well as the management of sound and feel. Injected into the clubhead, the low-density SpeedFoam provides the face support and damping properties.
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