Distance meets game improvement with these haywood signature irons. Designed to lower scores by helping players hit it further while controlling spin. These irons are a two-piece hollow body design that incorporates a soft 431 stainless steel body welded to a hardened heat-treated 17-4 stainless steel face.
The results are a hot off the face feeling combined with a crisp sound that is music to your ears. With progressively reduced offset, you will receive the added forgiveness needed in your long irons with additional playability in your entire set.
- Explosive distance
- Increased forgiveness
- High launch
- Spin Control
- Soft feel
I've had the signature irons for more than 4 months now and I absolutely love them! My iron game was so shot that I was using hybrids and woods with low club speed to even cover 150-170 yards before. That's all changed now! They are forgiving and give you solid distance! And need I really say anything about the level of customization they offer for their irons?
I must say that as a company, Haywood has also captured my attention with their stellar customer service. I had some questions prior to my purchase and they responded to my emails within 20 minutes. After testing my clubs for a few months, I felt there was something wrong with my 8 iron as it sounded different on ball impact. Once again, I was able to get in touch with them without any issue, sent the 8 iron back to them and upon inspection, they agreed with my concern and sent me a new club!
Thank you Haywood and keep up the good work! Hurry up and open a store in Winnipeg so that I can send more people to you :P
Loving my irons! Took a bit to get used to the offset. Hitting them far and consistently.
Really happy with them!
No joke. These clubs are amazing. I’m very happy with them
I went down to Vancouver and got fitted for irons before the season started. After some humming and hawwing I pulled the trigger and got bought my custom set of Signature Irons (4 to PW). The irons are very forgiving but at the same time I can still shape some shots when I pretend I'm Mac Boucher. This year my handicap went from an 18.8 to 13.7. Was it because of the irons? Perhaps