Cavity iron reviews: Yonex VMX, TaylorMade Burner Plus and Cleveland CG7 irons

A great middle ground between the intimidating players' iron and the game improvment set thanks to a combination of feel and forgiveness. A golf gear guide to irons including reviews and galleries should you find yourself in the market for some cavity clubs.

TaylorMade Burner Plus irons

Yonex VMX irons 4-SW £369 (s) £549 (g)   Nicely shaped heads that look smart at address and give no indication of the deep cavity. The longer irons are confidence-inspiring and are able to fly some impressive distances.   Review: Yonex VMX irons review   TaylorMade Burner Plus irons 4-SW £449 (s) £549 (g)   Long shots from the middle fly incredible distances and mishits rarely stray too far from the target. The option to include a hybrid in the set is an added bonus.   Review: TaylorMade Burner Plus irons review Picture gallery: TaylorMade Burner Plus irons pictures  Cleveland CG7 4-PW £419 (s) £475 (g)   A real progression from last year – these are extremely impressive for both looks and distance. They are made from excellent components and are available at a very competitive price.

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