A moderate cavity low in the face helps increase ball speeds.
The clubface gets thicker toward the sole for a more consistent feel.
Repeatable mid-launch, low-spin ball flight; moderately workable, favoring a draw over a fade; clubhead tears through rough with ease.
A highly consistent iron that does a good job of covering poor swings -- mis-hits maintain the character of good shots; a natural straight-shooter.
A real bruiser -- power is this club's hallmark; some testers find it to be a full club longer than others in the group; it wants to be swung hard.
Delivers a firm, smashing sensation on full swings, with a more muted feel at low speeds; an overall heavy club, very stable through impact; delivers nice shock dampening on thin hits.
Clean, compact head with angular lines and a medium-thick topline; more offset than others in the category; frames the ball nicely at address; non-glare brushed finish.
A powerful set of irons with good forgiveness and a touch of workability. The X Hot Pro is a good fit for players willing to trade some finesse for added length.