Best Iron Brands 2017

Every golf player has a unique style of playing, so your golf irons need to be perfect for your respective play style and swing. Given the range of golf irons available today, it becomes quite difficult for a golf player to choose the right one.

Here are four of the best golf brands on the market today offering the newest, most affordable irons for players of all levels!

Cobra Golf

Cobra Golf is a leading golf club and golf equipment manufacturer, committed to providing superior-quality, high performance irons for avid golfers of all levels for a discounted and reasonable price. With golfers such as Fowler and Lexi Thompson on its roster, Cobra-Puma has a hold on some of the most marketable young golfers on the planet.

Top Cobra Irons:

King F7 ($700)

PWRSHELL faces for added distance, precision and forgiveness and T.O.P Technology for lower CG

King F6 ($600)

Distance, with forgiveness, feel and control.

King Pro ($1,000)

Tour Proven Performance with the soft feel and precision for avid golfers


Callaway is leading the way in the golf industry due their new technologies and performance standards they have set with their irons. Steelhead XR, Apex and Big Bertha OS all received gold medals from Golf Digest’s Hot List. Callaway has a roster of young talent in its corner, including Chris Kirk, Hideki Matsuyama, Patrick Reed and Gary Woodland.

Top Callaway Irons:

Steelhead XR ($800)

Next-generation 360 Face Cup, which increases ball speed and forgiveness

Big Bertha OS ($650)

The Exo-Cage in this iron helps increase forgiveness, and produces even faster ball speeds and more distance.

Apex CF 16 ($1,110)

Features 360 Face Cup in a forged players iron


The makers of the Pro-V1—the most widely played golf ball on tour—Titleist also has more top-50 golfers on its books than any other manufacturer. Traditionally thought of as pursuing a large number of pros, rather than shooting for the big names, Titleist’s approach has landed 15 of the top 50 golfers in the Official World Golf Ranking, most notably Adam Scott.

Top Titleist Irons

716 AP1 ($900)

For maximum distance and maximum forgiveness

716 AP2 ($1,000)

A Tour-proven design with distance, forgiveness and great feel

716 CB ($1,110)

Shot control with forgiveness and forged feel

716 MB ($1,000)

Maximum shot control with traditional forged feel


Proprietors of the No. 1 driver in golf, TaylorMade is the second-best brand on tour. Nobody seems to shell out the greenbacks like TaylorMade, and the company’s presence on tour is strong. TaylorMade’s golf irons are designed to deliver maximum distance and launch to raise your game. Its iron and clubs are used by PGA Tour pros Justin Rose, Dustin Johnson and Sergio Garcia.

Top TaylorMade Irons:

M1 ($600)

Same speed, forgiveness, and playability of the M2 irons, but made for golfers who prefer a slightly more refined look 

M2 ($500)

For those who wants to achieve more distance, peak trajectory, and forgiveness 

P770 ($1,000)

Provides golfers with soft-solid feel at impact and performance that is both workable and forgiving

Psi ($500)

For the better golfers out there, this iron delivers superior sound and feel and increased ball speed and distance


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