Golf gear guide: Cavity iron reviews

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.

Mizuno MX-200 irons

Callaway X-22 irons 3-PW £699 (s) £899 (g)   The ball really springs off the face and produces some impressive distances throughout the whole set. They offer a great compromise between players’ and ultra-forgiving irons.   Review: Callaway X-22 irons review Picture gallery: Callaway X-22 irons pictures   Mixuno MX-200 irons £75 (s) £85 (g) per club   Even when fitted with the standard Dynalite Gold XP shafts these heads provide a soft feel and confidence-inspiring looks that don’t appear too big at address.   Review: Mizuno MX-200 irons review Picture gallery: Mizuno MX-200 irons pictures   PING i15 irons £85 (s) per club

The new PING i15 irons offer a solid progression from the PING i10s. Most notably they seem slightly bigger than the previous model and in the long irons they are genuinely forgiving.   Review: PING i15 irons review Picture gallery: PING i15 irons pictures   Equipment reviews: More iron reviews

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