J36 Pocket Cavity, J36 Cavity Back and J36 Blade irons

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Bridgestone J36 Pocket Cavity, J36 Cavity Back and J36 Blade irons

Bridgestone J36 irons
Golf Monthly Verdict

All three of these heads felt great out of the middle, though the differences between each of them were not as subtle at address as I had imagined. The Pocket Cavity long irons were particularly forgiving, and the smart design of all three models would certainly look impressive in any player’s bag.

The three models in the J36 range of irons are available as combination or individual sets. The J36 Blade is a classic forged design seen out on Tour in the bag of Stuart Appleby. The J36 Cavity Back has a slightly thicker topline and wider sole but is still designed for low handicappers. The J36 Pocket Cavity is the most forgiving of the three, but still maintains a traditional head shape.

Paul joined Golf Monthly in 2006 in a junior role and has since worked as senior staff writer and now as technical editor. He writes equipment and instruction content and tests the vast majority of golf clubs that are introduced every year.