Max Speed irons

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Charlie Lemay
Wed, 15 May 2013

A great club for a high handicapper or beginner golfer. Easy to get the ball in the air with and forgiving.

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Forgiving, high ball flight
Poor feel and workability
Our score:
Overall: 
3
PRICE: £199.00 YEAR: from 2013

Aimed at the less experienced golfer, these Benross Max Speed Irons Steel 7-SW will bring huge improvement to your game. Extreme perimeter weighting is exaggerated by reducing the face thickness, whilst also improving feel by maintaining a consistently thin club-face. Modern oversized heads incorporate corner stability and deep sole weighting exaggerating a low and deep centre of gravity, so golfers can hit the golf ball high, soaring through the air backed with the knowledge that these clubs offer superb forgiveness for off centre hits.

Considering it’s a game improvement club, the Max Speed is no eyesore by any means. It has a thick top line and a big cavity on the back which is to be expected.

At address you look down upon a compact club which sits nicely behind the ball. The understated graphics on the back of the club look great as does the splash of black.

The large head and wide sole make it extremely easy to get the ball in the air off the club face and they offer a huge amount of forgiveness. I tried hitting the ball on the toe and the heel and it still stayed relatively straight.

It’s incredibly easy to get the ball in the air and it also provides good distance witht he face giving a springy feel on impact.

As you would expect from such a forgiving iron, it suffers when it comes to overall feel and workability.

Verdict

A great club for a high handicapper or beginner golfer. Easy to get the ball in the air with and forgiving. 

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