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Men Right Hand Training 7 Iron

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Do you want to have a high quality men training iron? Here you come to the right place, we recommend the men 7 training iron to you. This mens right hand training iron offers you the proper weight and performance. It is specially designed for you to deliver maximum carry and pinpoint accuracy. What is more, the men training iron is versatile and extremely easy to use. It will surely help you experience the thrill and excitement of a well-struck shot. And adopts cavity-back design, the men training iron incorporates a super wide sole for a higher launch and superior forgiveness. Made of high quality material, this men training iron is durable for long time use. Well serve as a foil to your personality, this men training iron comes to be what you want.
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  • Specifications:

    • You will love this easy-to-hit, standard size right hand 7 golf iron
    • Unbeatable feel and control will help your progress into hitting wood shots in short time
    • This men training iron is also quite easy to hit, which is always a plus with you
    • The men training iron is specially designed for you to deliver maximum carry and pinpoint accuracy
    • Cavity-back design incorporates a super wide sole for a higher launch and superior forgiveness
    • The men training iron feathers a face-balanced, mallet style head and a triple-bend shaft, the perfect combination for making magic on the greens
    • This men training iron is definitely a great gift for yourself or your friends
    • Color: Silver & Blue
    • Material: Carbon Fiber (Shaft)
    • Length: Approx. 930mm / 36.6in

    Details:

    Men Right Hand Training 7 Iron

    • High quality men training iron, durable and shiny

    Men Training Iron

    • Feather a face-balanced, mallet style head and a triple-bend shaft, the perfect combination for making magic on the greens

    Right Hand Training Iron

    • Cavity-back design incorporates a super wide sole for a higher launch and superior forgiveness

    Men 7 Training Iron

    Men Right Hand Training 7 Iron

    • Enjoy your life with this men 7 training iron, and show your personality on the course

    Design:

    Muscle back

    • A muscle back is the more traditional design and consists of a solid head with little or none of the weight being distributed around the perimeter of the head. As such they require a great deal of skill in order to hit the ball consistenCavity backtly because the "sweetspot" is fairly small. In addition, any shot that is struck "off-center" may be severely compromised in terms of distance and direction.
    • Perceived advantages of muscle backs are that, when hit correctly, they provide greater distance than cavity backs, and much improved feel, although this is most likely due to the forging process by which they are usually made.

    Cavity back

    • Cavity back, or perimeter weighted, irons are usually made by investment casting. They are so called because of the cavity created by the redistribution of the weight from the middle to the perimeter of the clubhead when compared with a traditional muscle back.
    • The perimeter weighting increases the size of the sweetspot and the moment of inertia of the clubhead, which reduces twisting when the ball is struck off-center, allowing such shots to lose less distance and accuracy when compared with a muscle back iron. More weight is often put into the sole of the clubhead, which lowers the center of gravity and increases the launch angle of the ball.
    • The forgiving nature of cavity backs combined with the ease with which they enable the average golfer to get the ball airborne, make them the most popular design of iron with amateurs.

    Introduction of Golf Clubs:

    Men Training Iron

    • A golf club is used in the sport of golf to hit a golf ball. Each club is composed of a shaft with a lance (grip) and a clubhead. Woods are mainly used for long-distance fairway or tee shots; irons, the most versatile class, are used for a variety of shots; putters are used mainly on the green to roll the ball into the cup
    • A set used to play a round of golf, under the rules of golf, must have no more than 14 clubs. While the variation of clubs differs between golfers, a full set typically consists of a driver, two fairway woods (generally 3- and 5-woods), a set of irons from 3 to 9, a pitching wedge, a sand wedge, a putter, and one more club of the player's choice. Many players opt to avoid the long irons (that many find difficult to hit) and replace them with more forgiving clubs, like hybrids, although a small number of players choose to carry a 2-iron rather than a third wood

    Club Types:

    Woods:

    Right Hand Training Iron

    • Woods are long-distance clubs, meant to drive the ball a great distance down the fairway towards the hole. They generally have a large head and a long shaft for maximum club speed. Recently manufacturers have started using materials such as carbon fiber, titanium, or scandium. Even though most "woods" are made from different metals, they are still called "woods" to denote the general shape and their intended use on the golf course. Most woods made today have a graphite shaft and titanium, composite, or steel head

    Irons:

    Men 7 Training Iron

    • Irons are golf clubs with a flat angled face and a shorter shaft than a wood, designed for shots approaching the green or from more difficult lies such as the rough, through or over trees, or the base of hills. As with woods, "irons" get their name because they were originally made from forged iron. High-loft irons are called wedges. The higher the number gets on the scale, the lower amount of angle difference from 90 degrees

    Hybrids:

    • Hybrids are a cross between a wood and an iron, giving these clubs the wood's long distance with the iron's familiar swing. These clubs generally are used instead of high-numbered woods and/or low-numbered irons, though some manufacturers produce entire sets of hybrids or "iron replacements" that incorporate hybrid design to add distance and forgiveness to a player's entire set of irons from 1 to pitching wedge. Most hybrids take the place of an iron, but the hybrid is easier to hit than its respective iron

    Putters:

    Men Right Hand Training 7 Iron

    • Putters are a special class of clubs with a loft not exceeding ten degrees (except chippers), designed primarily to roll the ball along the grass, generally from a point on the putting green towards the cup. Contrary to popular belief, putters do have a loft (often 5 degrees from truly perpendicular at impact) that helps to lift the ball from any indentation it has made. Newer putters also include grooves on the face to promote roll rather than a skid off the impact. This increases rolling distance and reduces bouncing over the turf

    Chippers:

    • Another variation of the putter, called the chipper, has a similar look, feel and general construction as a "normal" putter, but with a much higher loft, often 30-45 degrees. It is used to lift the ball over or out of the rough or fringe and onto the green with a motion similar to a putt. It can also be used for "lagging" (a putt made on the green from long distance for the sole purpose of setting up the ball for an easier second putt)

    Package Included:

    • 1 x Men 7# Right Hand Training Iron

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Jenny McKee

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12-03-2010
00:00:00 12-03-2010 Outstanding irons!!! Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: Outstanding irons!! I opted for the standard <br/>graphite shafts with regular flex. They hit <br/>and feel great. Quality is top notch. Extremely <br/>satisfied with Callaway

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Miguel Mercado

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10-28-2010
00:00:00 10-28-2010 Great clubs! Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: These irons are great! I really improved my game after I got them. I strongly recommend these irons for players with medium to higher handicap.

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Richard Hung

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08-26-2010
00:00:00 08-26-2010 Best i ever got so far Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: Look no more. for the average golfer this are very forgiving iron clubs. Their weight is perfect son the swing feel just great, so you dont feel that you have to put more power or speed, therefore you control more your swing and as a result ... well you know it .... shots are more straight and a bit longer.

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Frank Moore

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07-15-2010
00:00:00 07-15-2010 Great Irons Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: These irons replace an older set of Callaway Big Bertha irons that I have used for years. My older irons were comfortable, and I was unsure about changing to something different. These irons were an immediate massive improvement. I am an average golfer, and suddenly my iron shots were straighter, longer and more consistent. These have a larger sweet spot and as a result more of my iron shots go where I intend them to go. These have taken 4 to 5 shots off my round and greatly reduced my frustration level. My regular golfing companions have noticed the improvement, too. Price at Amazon was awesome.

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Brett Howard

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06-16-2010
00:00:00 06-16-2010 Perfect Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: They are all that I expected, they have great feel and i can get some good loft and distance. I would suggest these clubs for any intermediate+ golfer.

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Robbin Gould

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05-13-2010
00:00:00 05-13-2010 great irons Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: Purchased these irons through Your Golf Superstore and once I received the Irons I went to Golf Galaxy and immediately felt something fishy about the irons I received. Long story short, purchased the clubs from Sports Authority to compare side by side in my own home. Well the clubs were ever sooo slightly different, the only visible difference I could see was the numbers on each iron, the Sports Authority ones were much thicker (Bolder). Be Aware!!!

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Brett Howard

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03-25-2010
00:00:00 03-25-2010 Beware of YOUR GOLF SUPERSTORE Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: Purchased these irons through Your Golf Superstore and once I received the Irons I went to Golf Galaxy and immediately felt something fishy about the irons I received. Long story short, purchased the clubs from Sports Authority to compare side by side in my own home. Well the clubs were ever sooo slightly different, the only visible difference I could see was the numbers on each iron, the Sports Authority ones were much thicker (Bolder). Be Aware!!!

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Leslie Holland

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02-03-2010
00:00:00 02-03-2010 Straight shooters Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: Having struggled with blades for over thirty years, I was encouraged by a low-handicapped partner to give these Burners a try. They're affordable and, if I may add, sharp-looking. I took them right to the course and found them consistently hitting to full length and straight, so much so that I had to be much more careful in target selection. That is, with my blades, I was shooting at a target the size of a green, perhaps offset left or right to avoid hazards. With my Burners, my target size is a quarter of a green, and I pick my line based on where I want to leave my ball. My biggest challenge now is shaping shots. I was in trouble so much with my blades that I learned to bend around obstacles like trees. The Burners are much harder to shape. But, then, is that such a terrible problem when the ball flies so true most of the time?

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