Blade Iron Guide - What, Why And Vs

What Are Blade Irons

What Are Blade Or Tour Irons?

The fact is that every golfer is not created equal and to correspond to the different levels of playing ability their are different kinds of golf equipment.

Why Use Blade Irons

Why Use Blade Irons

Blade irons are not without their critics and many golfers (even low handicappers) prefer to use an improvement iron set for the added stability and consistency that they offer.

Blade Irons Vs Cavity Back Irons

Blade Irons Vs Cavity Back Or Improvement Irons

The topic of "Blades vs Cavity Backs" is one of those questions that have been debated to death in both golf magazines and internet forums and websites for the past decade or so.

The Blade Iron Set

The Blade Iron Set - A Look Inside

Blade iron sets are no different in terms of the range of irons of which the set comprises as compared to any other iron set, be it a cavity back or a super game improvement set.

Forged Blade Irons

Forged Blade Irons - A Look At The Market

Blade irons are not without their critics and many golfers (even low handicappers) prefer to use an improvement iron set for the added stability and consistency that they offer.

Left Handed Blade Irons

Left Handed Blade Irons - A Look At The Market

The topic of "Blades vs Cavity Backs" is one of those questions that have been debated to death in both golf magazines and internet forums and websites for the past decade or so.

History Of The Blade Iron

History Of The Blade / Tour Iron

From the 1940s through the 1970s, blade irons were the golf standard. From the 1980s and up through today, other more-forgiving clubs have started to become more popular.

How To Hit Blade Irons

How To Hit (use) Blade Irons

There really is only one way to hit a blade iron: dead on. Because the sweet spot is so little, even slightly off center shots veer considerably off course and lose a lot of distance.

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