Top 5 Forged/Players Irons 2018

While the advancement of forged irons may not be technology led in same way as game improvement irons, manufacturers are making progress n improving them year on year. So, what are the best forged irons for 2018?

Owen Davies counts down his top 5 forged irons of 2018.

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Adam Cooke says:

Next time you make a video like this let me send you out some miura demos first. I think your list would look slightly different.

Beau Minadaca says:

No miura blades???

David Zoozahhh says:

Someone help I have 2014 Callaway Apex pro forged and am trying to find new irons. Debating between titliest 718 mb and ap2. Any help?

MrTanker10a says:

I’ve had my JPX 850 Forged Series since they were released. The Mizuno Rep fitted me into these irons once and that’s how I have parted ways with my PING irons forever…Never looked back!

Ronald van Alphen says:

none of these can match my KZG MA’s

daverobertocarlos says:

Wilson Staff V6 still the best forged Iron on the market at the moment. And by a bit of a distance in my opinion!

Matthew Tutt says:

No Wilson V6’s!!!!! Saaaaaaaay whaaaaaaat?

Stephen DiBari says:

Great review Owen.. I have the Mizuno JPX 900 Forged irons since March 2017. If I didn’t, the MP-18 SC would be my choice and also the Callaway Forged

hollywood1513 says:

Blending 3 sets together is ridiculous

G00dEgg says:

I have both MP-32 and MP-33, been using MP-32 most of the time. I wonder which set of clubs should I go for next. My existing sets are long overdue.

Hp 355 says:

Love mine z565 sweet irons

sehnaz1 says:

How about the z765 form the Srixon range..?

for the love of tech too says:

There’s only one Mizuno

Anthony Jones says:

I’m after some new irons but don’t know what to get. Gonna have to try them all

Jay McGillicuddy says:

Was expecting to see the Wilson FG Tour V6 but reading the reviews I see why. I’ll check your channel to see if you had a chance to review yet.

Stephen O'Sullivan says:

Playing the Z765, and like them. But I do love the feel of the Titleist CB’s and AP2’s. Also, the TM P750’s look and feel great. Had I to do it again, I think I’d choose either the P750 or one of the Titleists.

3DGvisuals says:

Every now and then other firms bring out an iron that gets close to Mizunos, but “close” is the best they can manage, and it’s not very often. Mizuno consistently bring out excellent irons every couple of years, especially towards the better player end of the spectrum and they’re reasonably priced when compared to inferior offerings from rivals – I don’t know why anyone would ever buy anything else!

Jay Bee says:

you missed Wilson Staff. like everyone else. Best irons and also not expensive. why no love?

Devin Wright says:

I’m a 7-8 Handicap and gaming the TaylorMade P series. I highly recommend that if you’re looking into a “series” type of irons that you hit them all off of grass and test the game-ability of each across your set. I went with P770 complete set and ended up switching to P750 for my PW-8, P770 7i-5i, and P790 4i. For me, the 770’s weren’t workable enough in the higher loft, and I needed a little more forgiveness in my lower loft. I suspect that MANY players between scratch and 8-10 HCP will have this same problem and even some pros! I noticed McIlroy used a P790 this week at Pebble–notably on his ridiculous iron shot from 240y that hit the pin.

Malcolm Evans says:

Fg tour v6 and 100 blades easily as good as anything on this list.

Michael Riley says:

I knew before the video that Mizuno was going to be your choice for the #1 iron in your Review. Most good players would agree that Mizuno does make the BEST irons and does so year after year!!!! Thanks for your review

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