|DISTANCE compared to my current irons||10/10|
|FORGIVENESS compared to my current irons||10/10|
|CONTROL compared to my current irons||8/10|
|LAUNCH compared to my current irons||6/10|
I'm gonna be looking to get fitted soon for new clubs I've only been playing a year however I think I could benefit from fitting and game improvement irons. I'm 33 and avg around 105 score. Would you think the XR OS would be better for me than the XR steelhead?Hard to answer without knowing more about your game. You could be an excellent ball striker, but 6 putt every green or can't get off the tee with the driver. My suggestion would be to hit up a sporting goods store or demo day and try the Apex, Steelhead and XR OS.
@KeithSoFlorida skip the Apex's. They will NOT be for you at this point. XR, XR OS, or Steelhead XR would be up your alley.I disagree with the emphasis on the NOT. I agree people should play clubs that amplify the ability they have and provide them with the best chance at shooting low numbers and enjoying the game. I also know a few people whose swing flaws can't be masked by all the technology in the world so they play what looks good to them at address and feels good when they do make solid contact.
Performance should be the only deciding factor when selcting an iron. The confidence that look and feel play into ultimate performance are also very important factors. No club should be ruled out, until a comparison is done on a monitor and on the course to determine what performs best for each individual.