How to buy irons that suit you
Last updated: 30th June 2009
When you are looking to buy new irons, one important consideration should be your trajectory.
If your have trouble getting the balk to fly high, it might be in your best interests to try out clubs with more offset - that is, where the clubface is slightly behind the shaft.
On the other hand, if you have a tendency to hit the ball so high that your are losing distance, you should rather go for irons with less offset and stiffer shafts.
If you have any hesitation of which way to go, it's always best to check your requirements with your professional.
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