Today's irons run the gamut from forged blades and multi-material game-improvement designs to entire sets of hollow-body hybrids
_ÊIron design has been evolving since the earliest days of golf. Though crude and often unwieldy, the first primitive tools quickly proved to be indispensable in situations where accuracy was the primary goal. In the modern era, the iron has become the staple of the set, and accordingly, iron designs are now better than ever.
In 2007, it's easier than ever to find a putter that's designed exactly for you
If you’ve ever been humbled after having your stroke analyzed at one of those high-tech putting studios, you know why the adage “feel is not real” is, well, real. After all, when examined under a microscope, all the flaws of your stroke are magnified. Your path goes left, your clubface is open, you hit everything off the toe–the data doesn’t lie and sometimes all that bad news is enough to make you want to impale your flatstick into the monitor.