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TaylorMade M6 Irons – (Steel)
    $599.99 - $699.99
    $787.50 - $899.99*
    Callaway XR OS Irons – Steel
      $399.99 - $499.99
      $499.99 - $599.99*
      PING G710 Custom Irons
        $162.43 - $1575.00
        Callaway Steelhead XR Irons - Steel
          $399.99 - $499.99
          $499.99 - $799.99*
          Callaway Rogue X Irons – (Steel)
            $524.99 - $685.99
            $675.99 - $899.99*
            PING G410 Black Dot Irons – (Steel)
              $788.00 - $899.00
              $875.00 - $999.00*
              TaylorMade M4 Irons – (Steel)
                $599.99 - $699.99
                $799.99 - $899.99*
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                Achieve Accuracy With Golf Irons


                Stick your irons closer than ever before. Find golf irons that feel like natural extensions of your arms.

                Choose from a wide variety of iron set options for right and left-handed players. Select a flex that fits your swing; extra stiff, stiff, regular or senior. Pick the shaft material that feels best to you. Get steel or graphite.

                Irons at Golf Galaxy come in all sorts of styles and brands, including sets from Titleist irons, TaylorMade, PING, Callaway, Cleveland, ADAMS GOLF, Cobra, Mizuno, Nike, Bridgestone, Tour Edge and Wilson.

                Buying Tips

                Choosing between steel and graphite is a personal preference. Steel shafts offer the greatest amount of feedback and control during the swing, and are a bit heavier. Achieve faster swing speeds with lightweight graphite shafts and enjoy less vibration feedback. If you suffer from golf elbow or arthritis, graphite is a better choice.

                Match your irons to your playing level. Players of the highest ability prefer players irons, which produce the best response when struck correctly. Game-improvement irons produce better results on off-center hits.

                Expert Advice

                Decide the style of golf irons that you need.

                Muscleback irons are most often forged and players irons. They require precision to play well. Although harder to hit, musclebacks are more consistent swing after swing with easier shot-making capabilities.

                If you're looking for more forgiving irons, try irons with a cavity back. The design produces a wider sole and increases perimeter weighting, making it easier to hit for a wider range of golfing abilities. Cavity back irons can be forged, but are usually cast.