Pros: nice balance, lightweight, solid feel, very long, good price
Pros: Looks, Playability, Forgiveness
Pros: Nice looking, easy to hit, modest loft and offset, good balance, price, custom fitting options
Cons: Black finish wears off fast; Slightly too much offset for a better player
Pros: design, perimeter weighting, nice wide sole and deep cavity.
Cons: the paint on the numbers chip off easily but no biggie.
“ This set is simply perfection for anyone looking for that first "real" set of hybrid-irons. Are you like me? Did you just learn to get the ball consistently off the ground on every shot, but now have trouble controlling those longer irons? That was my big problem, so I turned to a game improvement set, and this was most certainly the one. The Adams A5OS...” --WalkTheCourse
“Let's get this out of the way: my review may be a bit biased, as this is the first set of golf clubs I purchased that I did any research on whatsoever. I played golf sparingly for about 2 years from 2001-2002, and I used a set of $100 R-flex graphite-shaft irons called "Spiders" (gotta believe that was some Taylor Made clone from way back when) that I got in a second hand store. When...” --mmoan2
“I purchased these clubs about 5 weeks ago and have played about 1o rounds with them. So far they are everything i expected. They looks great at address and give you confidence in the club. They are easy to play and work the ball. After about a week with the clubs you will feel confident hitting draws and fades or anything else. The only thing i could complain about is distance. I hit them about...” --KyleAnthony
“ I have started playing these irons this winter. I abosolutely love the way they look at address. A small to medium clubhead with the traditional blade look, thin topline, and a nice rounded sole to prevent digging. Being of the forged blade(muscle back) style, they are a little touchy as to where you strike the ball, on the face. Toe hits ring the hands like a...” --Adam Bellaire
“After deciding to try a set of irons with graphite shafts, I went to Golfsmith to try a number of different models. I wanted a game improvement iron that had the look of a traditional cavity back. I tried the Taylor Made Burner 2.0, the Callaway X hot, and the Mizuno JPX 825 along with the MacGregors. Surprisingly, the MacGregors had a better feel than the Callaways and Taylor...” --Dave40
Mizuno JPX 800 Iron Set The Mizuno JPX 800 Iron Set offers amazing forgiveness and explosive distance. The MAX COR technology, hot face construction and exotic pocket cavity maximize energy transfer to the ball. Additional Features: Set Composition: 4 - Gap Wedge Shaft Brand: True Temper Dynalite Gold XP Shaft Type: True Temper Dynalite Gold XP Grip: Golf Pride M-21
“ The TaylorMade R9 irons are fantastic clubs. Compared to other irons I have owned/used, they are easily the longest. I realize length is not as important as accuracy in iron play, but you'll get both with the R9! I am 1 club longer than with my last set up, TaylorMade Tour Burners, and am hitting more greens than ever because of the added forgiveness. The R9's come...” --jldavis73
“ I got the MP 58's with the KBS Tour shaft S-flex 4-PW about two weeks ago and I couldn't be happier! I am probably at the top end of handicappers who should be using these clubs, but I've always played forged cavity backs and wanted to play into clubs rather than settle for clubs that go straight and offer no feedback. After a couple rounds and some range work, I'm very happy...” --Congolf