Get More Distance off the Tee with Driving Irons
Slowly and slowly 5 woods are disappearing from golfers bags all around the world. Why?
Hybrids have become so popular and much easier to hit, it makes the 5 wood a historical relic. Another option for golfers is to invest in are Driving Irons.
Driving irons are bulked-up player’s irons that are designed to hit the ball higher and farther than standard low irons. Their trajectory will be lower than most similarly lofted hybrids, however, their lower launch angles and landing angles lead to a huge amount of roll. That’s perfect for windy conditions and fast, firm fairways.
Here are a few choices for you this year to help you gain distance off the tee during those windy rounds. If you are struggling with a driver, it’s a way to get it on the fairway, without sacrificing a ton of distance.
PING | G – Crossover
PING created a new category – the Crossover – to combine the precision, workability and control of an iron with the speed and forgiveness of a hybrid.
Cobra | KING Utility
The first ever adjustable iron, the KING Utility allows you to play as either a 2 or 3 iron. The Hollow Body design saves weight internally & reposition it low and deep in the head for improved forgiveness.
TITLEIST | T-MB Iron
Titleist is known by most to make top notch equipment and the T-MB is in a category on its own. It provides a fast, lively feel with less turf resistance due to its wide sole. The T-MB offers high launch and low spin for maximum carry distance.WHAT'S YOUR REACTION?