2013's three best women's irons

Golfmagic take a look at three of the best ladies irons on the market in 2013

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Thu, 19 Sep 2013

2013's three best women's irons
Callaway Golf X Hot Ladies Irons Graphite (5-SW) - £569.99

Callaway Golf X Hot Ladies Irons Graphite (5-SW) - £569.99

This set of irons is designed primarily to give users maximum distance and to get the ball off the ground as easily as possible. Callaway didn’t want them to look like a chunky set of game improvement irons though, and they’ve succeeded in making a set of ladies irons that wouldn't look out of place in a low-hanicappers bag.

A slim sole with a slight offset and slim cavity mean the golf club is great to look down on and should fill lady golfers with confidence. These come with graphite shafts.

Callaway Golf X Hot Ladies Irons Graphite (5-SW) - £569.99

This set of irons is designed primarily to give users maximum distance and to get the ball off the ground as easily as possible. Callaway didn’t want them to look like a chunky set of game improvement irons though, and they’ve succeeded in making a set of ladies irons that wouldn't look out of place in a low-hanicappers bag.

A slim sole with a slight offset and slim cavity mean the golf club is great to look down on and should fill lady golfers with confidence. These come with graphite shafts.

Cobra Golf Baffler Ladies Irons (5-PW) - £449

Designed to celebrate Cobra’s 40th birthday, the Bafflers are hugely popular and continue to fly out of the shops.

The irons are designed to be easy to hit and are forgiving which will suit high handicappers or those who aren’t the best ball strikers. It has a high launch angle and Cobra say it goes further than their previous women’s irons.

The irons have an oversized face for maximum forgiveness and also have a vibration management system. The clubs come with graphite shafts. 

Cobra Golf AMP Ladies Irons (5-SW) - £349

Evidently Cobra is producing some extremely good ladies irons as they have two in our top three.

The AMPs are almost two different iron sets, such is the disparity between the mid to long irons and the short irons.  The 3-7 irons have a 2-piece, multi alloy body which is in stark contrast to 8-SW irons which are one piece.

Cobra did this to provide greater control and consistency on the shorter irons and to maximise distance on the longer irons. The irons get their name thanks to the Advanced Material Placement (AMP) employed in the set. They come with graphite shafts.