Product Overview


Quad Speed RIP irons


Price as reviewed:


Clubhouse Golf

Key technology

A deep cavity back is combined with perimeter weighting and a slight offset hosel, which is all designed to help forgiveness. The head is weighted in a way that increases moment of inertia to help square the face of the club at impact and improve forgiveness. The heads feature a smoked chrome finish to help reduce glare on sunny days.

Will suit: anyone after a game-improvement set with an impressive look.


GM verdict: The combination of a deep-cavity design with an understated overall look helps to create a great package. Often game-improver sets can have too much going on in the cavity and at address visually, but this wasn’t the case here. The wide sole design helped to cut through the turf and will work particularly for those who sometimes hit their irons slightly heavy. The weighting of the head combined with the steel shafts we tested gave the feeling that you didn’t have to swing hard at the ball to produce a decent flight. This will help anyone who struggles with striking their mid and long irons. But... the black finish and deep cavity are harder to keep looking brand new than other designs. PGA Pro verdict: A very forgiving product with a wide sole and peripheral weighting that gave a high flight. The design sits very neutral on the ground, which gives added confidence at address. The short clubs produce an impressive amount of spin on approach shots, which is particularly impressive for a game-improvement set. The Dynamic Lite steel shaft really made me feel like I could produce extra head speed and added distance as a result. I’m a big fan of these.