Blades vs. Cavity Back Irons
Once upon a time, there were simply… irons. We now refer to these vestiges of history as “blade” irons—forged from thin blocks of carbon steel that were shaped by hand and/or machine, then plated with chrome. If you did not hit the ball squarely with them, you felt a distinctly unpleasant vibration that was generally followed by a bad shot and, even worse, four-letter words. But irons have evolved, and the choices are multiplying.
The manufacturer may offer the driver in a highest lofted men’s version to make it easier the get the ball airborne, but all other clubs are the same lofts as the men’s. Not convinced, take a look at the specifications as that will tell you who they were really made for. Yet, there are many women who can play well with what amounts to as a modified men’s club.
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