Page 5: Best golf clubs you likely weren't considering

Andy Roberts's picture
Fri, 16 Jun 2017


Benross is synonymous with offering the higher-handicap golfer with terrific value for money, and the story is no different with its latest batch of HTX irons ranging between £300 and £400. 

The HTX irons are packed with heat-treated faces to generate faster ball speed, and on the whole deliver just that, while Torsion Control Bars align the cavity to increase stability and boost heel and toe forgiveness to make those mis-hits not quite so errant.

If you crave a little more workablity then the HTX type R irons will be up your street, but will cost an additional £80 in steel. These are designed with progressive top lines throughout the set to blend short game control with long game forgiveness. 

For £300 for the standard model, and £380 for the golfer wanting a little more out of them, the Benross HTX range offers the golfer on a budget some serious value for money right now.