An understated look both in the bag and at address. The John Letters Master Model MK1 short irons felt easy to control and sat nicely. The option to customise the paint colour in the head is a nice touch.
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A classic iron name returns in the form of the John Letters Master Model MK1 irons. A forged head with a shallow cavity provides added forgiveness.
The custom options are excellent but there is a lot of offset in the long irons for a set of this type.
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