T8 hybrid irons (3-SW, steel)

Difficult to hit long irons replaced by high performance hyper-steel 3 and 4 hybrids with low centres of gravity to produce a higher launch angle for a better ball flight.
Oversize irons, from 5-SW, made from high quality 431 Stainless Steel for maximum feel and improved forgiving launch.


The gradual disappearance of the 3-iron and 4-iron in contemporary sets of irons has been a feature of the golf market in the last few years as the metalwood/iron-style of hybrid, utility and rescue clubs become an easier-to-hit option.

The latest brand to follow this pattern is John Letters of Scotland, the company with 92 years of club-making history behind it and with Sam Torrance helping promote it.

Aimed at the higher handicapper, the nine-club John Letters T8 hybrid iron set, comprises No.3 and No.4 hybrid and oversize 5- to 9-iron, pitching wedge and sand iron. The idea is to combine maximum forgiveness and accuracy of hybrid clubs with the distance-control and feel of cavity backed irons to make the perfect all round set for the beginner or improving golfer.  

 ?I tried some sample clubs last week at the excellent Lincoln Golf Centre Direct Golf store and was impressed by the trajectory the clubs in the set generated.

The hybrids have extremely low centres of gravity to produce a higher launch angle and better ball flight, while the irons have a deep undercut cavity behind the head to move weight further away from the clubface and promote more forgiving distance.  ? 

The T8 hybrid iron set is available with a combnation of graphite hybrids and True Temper steel iron shafts for £299.99 or all-graphite for £349.99.

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