Written on: 10/07/2009
These clubs are very forgiving, promote very high ball flight for controlled landing and holding the green, and consistent distance.
The only draw back to these clubs has been adjusting to the distance. I am dialing them in now because I'm consistently hitting the ball 10 - 20 yards longer per club so I'm recalibrating my club choice. I'm not complaining nor is this a bad point but you will have to adjust because they are longer.
If you are looking for a game improving set of irons, that will lower your score, this Cleveland Hibore set is for you. These clubs are very forgiving, launch the ball high for a soft landing and more control, and are longer then any other club I have hit. My shots are straighter, more consistent, and I am finding the greens with consistency because I can. I would have never believed it unless I tried them myself. And you probably won't believe me either until you try them for yourself. Be sure you bring your checkbook when you do because these clubs are the real deal. Since getting these clubs I have fired a 37, 41, 43, and 37 which is a 39 average. My average with my old clubs was 44.
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