Solid right now, yes to the next question but that might be questionable.
10 March 2012
Summary: The irons hit well, however this is some fraying on the sole area. I know the irons where altered to 1 degree flat, that I exspected and had no issue with that alteration. There where some fairly heavy dent marks left from the bending process but there is also fraying fraying and chipping on the soles. I might have another club maker work on my irons next time.
Summary: The Irons are long hitting clubs for maximum game improvement. They enhance a slice if you have one. No offset to them. The Graphite shafts minimize vibrations back to the golfer. They have more head weight then their competition (Ping G15 or similar), allowing it a higer MOI and lower center of gravity. This helps with swing speed. I bought these clubs because for the price, they are long hitters. If I was a constand straight hitter I would have kept these clubs.
Summary: The fault, dear Brutus, lies not with the club but with operator or it is not the arrow that is the problem, it is the Indian. Of course if more golfers understood and believed this, most golf club companies would go broke. I'm a 7 in the summer and 9 in the winter. I have been playing golf for the better part of 4 decades and these clubs do not make a signifcant difference, except they seem to be a bit shorter than my MX-23's.
Summary: Definitely more of a player's iron. Not as forgiving as it could be but being from the MP series it's not meant to be. Good feel and accuracy, minimal offset and a smaller head size will really appeal to the lower handicapper. Trajectory is medium to high which is expected.