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Listing of Cobra CXI SF (Senior Flex) Irons ironsCobra CXI SF (Senior Flex) Irons

Identical cavity back shape as the other CXI models with exception of blue color medallion in cavity and small SF under CXI.

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2 Iron Cobra CXI SF (Senior Flex)

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4/5 Iron Cobra CXI SF (Senior Flex)

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Cobra airweight Lite R-Flex Graphite Senior shaft(1 available)

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6 Iron Cobra CXI SF (Senior Flex)

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7 Iron Cobra CXI SF (Senior Flex)

8 Iron Cobra CXI SF (Senior Flex)

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Cobra airweight Lite R-Flex Graphite Senior shaft(2 available)

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9 Iron Cobra CXI SF (Senior Flex)

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Cobra airweight Lite R-Flex Graphite Senior shaft(1 available)

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P (pitching wedge) Cobra CXI SF (Senior Flex)

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Cobra airweight Lite R-Flex Graphite Senior shaft(1 available)

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W(wedge) Cobra CXI SF (Senior Flex)

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Cobra airweight Lite R-Flex Graphite Senior shaft(1 available)

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S (sand) wedge Cobra CXI SF (Senior Flex)

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Men's Left Handed

2 Iron Cobra CXI SF (Senior Flex)

2/3 Iron Cobra CXI SF (Senior Flex)

3 Iron Cobra CXI SF (Senior Flex)

4/5 Iron Cobra CXI SF (Senior Flex)

6 Iron Cobra CXI SF (Senior Flex)

7 Iron Cobra CXI SF (Senior Flex)

8 Iron Cobra CXI SF (Senior Flex)

9 Iron Cobra CXI SF (Senior Flex)

P (pitching wedge) Cobra CXI SF (Senior Flex)

W(wedge) Cobra CXI SF (Senior Flex)

S (sand) wedge Cobra CXI SF (Senior Flex)

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The club shaft is the engine of the golf club. There are many different manufacturers of golf shafts worldwide and this includes steel and graphite as a choice to the golfer.

The manufacturing process varies from one manufacturer to another and therefore flex differs slightly. In simple terms, the definition of flex is the amount of bend in the shaft when under the load of the swing.

Another way to express it is the stiffness or the softness of the shaft.

It is generally accepted that the grading system of flex is universal.

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The Different Types of Club Flex Available

  • L = Ladies— softest and most flexible.
  • A or M = Senior— slightly firmer than ladies.
  • R = Regular— middle of the road shaft and most used.
  • U = Uniflex— for golfers that swing the club at the high end of R and low end of S.
  • S = Stiff— for use by golfers with high swing speed.
  • X = Extra Stiff— for the young, strong golfer with very high swing speed.
  • XXS = Extremely Stiff—mainly used by Pros in the driver.

Should I use Senior or Regular Flex?

Before answering this question, we need to determine whether we will select steel or a graphite shaft.

The most important factors are the swing speed that is generated at the clubhead at Impact, and the tempo of the swing.

Swing Speed and How It Is Measured

Modern technology has developed a Flight scope that is readily available in most golf retail outlets or driving ranges.

Before deciding on the type of shaft youmust have this test, as it will not only show your swing speed but also your ball flight and other important factors.

A Guide:

  • Below 70 mph = Ladies
  • 70 to 80 mph = Strong Ladies or Senior
  • 80 to 90 mph = Regular
  • 90 and above = Stiff

What Are The Main Characteristics of The Senior Flex?

When a golfer plays with a steel shaft that is too stiff or heavy for his swing speed, the shot feels like an iron rod with no feel.

The result is pushed shots because of the inability to square the face at impact. Contrary to this is if the shaft is too soft, the club feels too whippy, and “sprayed” shots in all directions are the result.

Senior flex shafts allow the golfer to launch the golf ball easily into the air. The shaft also allows for the feel and control that golfers seek when striking the ball.

How Does it Affect My Distance?

Golfers are surprised to learn that the softer shaft will consistently improve the distance by increasing the carry of the ball in the air.

How Does It Affect My Ball Flight?

The launch angle will be greater and the high ball flight overcomes the tendency to try and lift the ball off the ground.

How Does It Affect My Accuracy?

Senior or slow swing speed golfers will enjoy the benefit of hitting more fairways and greens by selecting the correct shaft.

The repetition of a  square club head through impact results in straighter shots.

What Are The Main Factors For Moving To Senior Shafts?

Swing speed and control. Once the swing speed is matched to the shaft the golfer will benefit from better control throughout his game.

Senior shafts also offer the golfer stability through impact.

Do I Use The Same Flex In My Driver As In My Irons?

It is not necessary to use the same flex shaft in the complete set.

Should steel shafts be selected for the irons, the lighter graphite shaft is an option for the driver and fairway woods.

Is a Graphite Shaft Better Than Steel For Seniors?

The modern graphite shafts have many benefits:

  • They are lighter and the golfer will swing the clubhead faster through impact without trying to force the speed.
  • Speed equals distance.
  • They launch the ball into the air easily. They offer control, stability, and less vibration through impact.
  • Confidence in every swing.

What Does Kick Point Mean?

Kick point is the part of the shaft that bends the most on the downswing.

The kick point determines the trajectory of the shot.

Senior golfers should select a low kick point shaft which enables a high trajectory and ball flight. The bend in the shaft is close to the clubhead.

A medium trajectory is attained by a shaft with the kick point close to the center of the shaft.

A high kick point is for high-speed swings and offers the lowest trajectory. The shaft bends close to the grip.

My Recommendation

It is a golfing fact that most golfers are reluctant to move to senior or softer shafts and play with shafts that are too stiff for their swing speed and tempo.

If you want to hit the ball consistently further and straighter, then use more flex.

You need to test the various shafts that are available on a flight scope to find out how each shaft performs in terms of trajectory, flight path, distance, feel, stability, and most importantly control.

I like to take it a step further and try the clubs on the driving range.

As good as modern technology is, hitting the ball on the range will add to your confidence and assist you to make the correct purchase.

Play well.

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If you’re like most seniors, you’re starting to find that your swing speed isn’t what it used to be. Maybe your drives aren’t carrying like they used too and every iron seems to be coming up short of the green. While it’s frustrating to not get the distance you once did in your younger years, don’t worry, there are ways to get it back. 

Thanks to so much new technology from club providers, getting older doesn’t necessarily mean shooting higher scores. In fact, changing to the right set of clubs can have a huge impact on your ball striking and might even shoot lower than ever before.

Here’s the thing, most golfers are playing the wrong set of irons. Most golfers are playing irons that are old, outdated, too heavy, and have too stiff of shafts. This makes it so much more difficult to consistently hit irons from the fairway and rough.

Instead of just upgrading your driver and woods this year, let’s talk about the best irons for seniors. With such a massive selection, there are a ton of clubs that I bet you don’t even know about yet. Let’s make golf more fun and easy!

In this post, you will learn how to properly choose your next iron set and the top picks for 2020 and beyond. Get ready to start hitting more greens and having more looks at birdie.

How to Pick Your Iron Set

Before diving into the best irons for seniors, let’s talk about the biggest factors that you should consider when choosing new irons. 

Type of Irons

First off, what type of look and feel do you want with your new irons?

Are you looking for a traditional iron set (4-PW) or a mixed bag that include some hybrids? Or, do you want all of your irons to be “game improvement” irons that focus on forgiveness above all else?

If you’re new to the game, full sets that are all hybrid style clubs will make the game easier. But if you’ve been playing for a while, going from traditional irons to a bag of all hybrids might be too much of a transition.

Luckily, there are a lot of combo sets that you can choose from now which blend both types together.

With combo sets, the longer clubs (4, 5, and 6) are more like hybrids than traditional irons. Then, the 7, 8, 9, and pitching wedge have a traditional iron look and feel of a standard iron. This makes long ones easier to hit (especially off the turf) and the shorter irons geared more toward performance.

Forgiveness

Once you decide what type of iron set you like looking at the most, then it’s time to think about the overall forgiveness or your irons. The higher handicap you are, the more you want to invest in irons that have a larger sweet spot. This means having a large cavity back that helps with mishit shots.

This will make it so much easier to make consistent contact with each club, even when you’re hitting from tough lies. The one downside to more forgiving clubs is that you have less workability. Meaning, it’s harder to hit draws, cuts, and flight the ball. Instead, a lot of senior irons are geared more toward forgiveness than anything else thanks to the adjusted center of gravity.  

Best Golf Irons for Seniors

Shaft

Another huge part of your purchasing decision is the shaft of your irons.

I can’t stress this enough, your shaft is equally important as the clubhead itself.

You can easily play the right irons but if you have the wrong shaft, good luck with consistency. Here are two things to think about when choosing the best shaft for your game:

Graphite vs. Steel Shaft 

One of the biggest mistakes so many seniors (and everyday amateurs make) is playing too heavy of shafts. The heavier the shaft, the more swing speed is required. 

But as you get older, your swing speed decreases (unless you’re Phil Mickelson who seems to defy aging). This means you need to play shafts that are lighter and easier to swing throughout the round. Otherwise, your ballstriking will suffer.

I would say that 90+% of all seniors should be playing graphite shafts. Otherwise, you’re making the game so much harder and could even have a potential injury from playing heavy, steel shafts as well. 

Shaft Flex

The other thing you want to think about is shaft flex. While most golfers not only play too heavy of shafts, they also play too stiff of shafts as well. 

Once again, if you have a slower swing, this is just making golf that much harder! Put the pride aside, and go down a flex as you get older so you can start hitting your irons more consistently.

For example, if you’ve always played a stiff shaft, try out a regular or senior flex. If you’ve always played a regular flex, try out a senior or sometimes named “lite” flex shaft. 

This will make it so much easier to create swing speed, hit each iron farther, and have more consistency. Plus, it’ll make it easier to swing with the same intensity later in the round (even if you’re a little fatigued). 

Grip 

Finally, don’t forget about the grip as well. Your grip plays a big role in your overall swing, so make sure you find a set that has a great stock grip. 

Ideally, you want to find ones that have rubber grips as they’re the best golf grips for older players to handle. Plus, a larger, midsize grip might work better if you have arthritis or other wrist/hand conditions.  

Otherwise, you’ll have to regrip all your golf clubs which can be $80 – $100 or more after installation. 

Best Irons for Seniors

Now that you have a better understanding of what to look for you in your next iron set, let’s dive into our top picks for seniors in 2020. 

1. TaylorMade SIM Max OS

TaylorMade has made quite an impression on the golf world with their SIM Max drivers and irons in 2020. The irons even made the Golf Digest Hot List this year thanks to their incredible forgiveness and distance. For senior players, we’ll focus on the OS iron design as the normal SIM Max series doesn’t have graphite shaft options. 

TaylorMade SIM MAX OS Irons, Graphite Shaft

Looks wise, these are some of the best on the market too. Despite being a distance iron, they still have a thinner topline (roughly 8% than their previous model) than most and a great black, steel, and blue design.

Pros

  • Oversized shape. 
  • Available in regular, stiff or senior flex. 
  • Available in a combo set with two hybrids.
  • Several compositions available (4-PW, 5-PW, etc.).
  • ECHO Damping System produces a better sound with increased distance. 
  • Progressive Inverted Cone Technology helps improve accuracy even on mishits. 
  • Speed Bridge Technology creates explosive distance and ball flight with every club. 

Cons

  • Lamkin crossline 360 grip. 

Best golf irons for seniors who want traditional irons without any gimmicks.

>>Click here to get the TaylorMade Max OS series.  

Or, click here for the TaylorMade Max OS combo set of clubs instead. 

2. Callaway Mavrik Max

Another top pick for the best irons for seniors is the latest series from Callaway. They are the newest irons from Callaway and replace the previous Apex and Apex pro irons in 2019 which were both highly reviewed. This year, they used A.I. to create their highest performing iron ever.  

Callaway Golf 2020 Mavrik Max Iron Set (Set of 6 Clubs: 6 Iron - PW, SW, Right Hand, Steel, Regular)

The Mavrik irons come in three types including the Mavrik, Max, and Pro irons. For a senior golfer, let’s focus on the MAX irons as they’re the most forgiving and focused on distanceabove all else. 

Pros

  • Geared for high ball flight.
  • Clean orange, steel, black design.
  • Available in a combo with Mavrik hybrids. 
  • Tungsten energy core for optimal launch in every iron in the set. 
  • Super game improvement irons (made for seniors and beginners). 
  • New patented urethane microsphere creates a better feel on every shot (including mishits). 

Cons

  • Very similar golf club set to the Callaway epic irons from 2019. 

If you’re a senior golfer who prefers long irons over hybrids, this is an awesome choice!

>>Click here to get the Callaway Mavrik Max golf clubs.  

Or, click here for the Callaway Mavrik Max hybrid iron collection instead. 

3. Cleveland Men’s Launcher HB Turbo

As I mentioned in the selection process, the type of irons play a huge role in your ball striking. The Cleveland Launcher HB Turbo is unlike any other as each club has a somewhat hybrid design. If you’re looking for distance and forgiveness more than shot making, these are likely the ones for you. 

Cleveland Launcher HB Turbo Iron Set RH 5-PW Steel Reg

Plus, the HiBore core design keeps the weight low on the club to generate high launch, even with longer irons. These are available in the Dynamic Gold DST98 steel (which is very lightweight) and Miyazaki C. Kua 60 graphite shaft. 

Pros

  • Available in regular, stiff, and senior flex. 
  • All clubs are hybrids for maximum distance.
  • High ball flight for seniors thanks to low center of gravity.
  • 4-PW stock set composition (Gap Wedge & sand wedge available). 
  • Fully hollow construction for the most forgiveness in each golf club. 
  • Shaping changes as you go from long to short. Longer irons look more like hybrids while short irons have features for better performance. 

Cons

  • Higher cost per iron that most sets.
  • Lamkin 360 grip isn’t great for seniors.
  • Not all golfers will like the shorter irons being so bulky. 

If you’re a senior golfer who loves hybrids and currently noticing slower swing speeds, these are the ones for you!

The Launcher HB Turbo iron set are some of the best clubs for senior golfers and made our list of best irons for beginners and high handicappers. 

>>Click here to get the Cleveland Mens Launcher HB Turbo series.

4. Cobra T-Rail  

 If you’re like most seniors in 2020, you probably struggle with the long irons, until now. The T-Rail irons from Cobra Golf are some of the most innovative new irons for 2020, even making the Golf Digest Hot List.

Cobra Golf 2020 T-Rail Iron Combo Set (Men's, Right Hand, Graphite, Senior Flex, 4H,5-PW)

This unique hybrid-iron makes golf easier with their latest T-Rail technology. The ball speed is off the charts and they are one of the best looking ones in the golf industry. They are similar to the HB Turbo from Cleveland but have a few differences as well.

Pros 

  • Low center of gravity.
  • Great looking all black design. 
  • 7-piece set (4-PW, 5-GW, or 6-SW). 
  • Available in steel and graphite shafts.
  • Hybrids are available to make a combo set. 
  • Hollow design making it easy to launch each club high with tons of ball speed.
  • Baffler Rails (the blue part of the club) to help keep club head speed high even in tough, tight lies. 

Cons

  • Hybrids might be a little bulky for some golfers. 

Best golf irons for seniors who love hybrids and struggle from tight lies.

>>Click here to get the Cobra T-Rail golf clubs.

Alternate (Best Budget Set): Majek Men’s Golf Hybrid Complete Set

If budget is your biggest concern or you’re just getting started with golf at an older age, the Majek hybrid set could be the ones for you. These are a fraction of the price from the clubs mentioned above but also lack a lot of the technology as well. That being said, they are a good starter set and great for golfers who don’t make it out to the course very often.

Majek Men's Golf All Hybrid Complete Full Set, which Includes: #4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, PW Senior Flex Right Handed New Utility “A” Flex Club

The set is made of all hybrids (4-PW) and have a very bulky design for players who want tons of forgiveness and distance. While this is great for guys shooting 100+, the large size short irons might be distracting for a lot of lower handicap golfers. 

Overall, they have a very big sweet spot and a deep cavity back for increased distance and forgiveness. These are only available in graphite shafts and do not allow different customization for iron sets.

One of the best golf clubs for anyone on a tight budget but committed to the game.

>>Click here to get the Majek hybrid complete set.  

Best Irons for Seniors

FAQs on Best Senior Golf Clubs

Do you have more questions about ball speed, swing speeds, and more as a senior golf? If so, we got you covered. 

What golf clubs are best for seniors?

I really don’t think you can go wrong with any of the clubs mentioned above. The biggest things to think about is the clubhead design and shaft. 

For clubhead design, do you want an all hybrid set? A total iron set? Or, a combo set that includes both hybrids and irons? 

Once you decide which type of clubhead you want in your iron set, next up is evaluating the shaft options. Primarily, if you want graphite or steel and identifying the right flex in the shaft. 

In general, I highly suggest that all senior golfers opt for graphite flex shafts. These are much easier to hit and won’t require extra energy late in the round to swing. 

Also, you want to make sure the flex itself is the right one. For some senior players, I suggest going with the designated senior (sometimes called “A” flex). A less stiff shaft, plus lighter clubs will make it easier to make consistent contact with your irons. 

Are graphite shafts better for seniors in golf?

Yes, graphite shafts are the best choice for most seniors. As I mentioned, the shaft plays a major role in ball striking, consistency, and distance. The overwhelming majority of senior players would benefit from using a graphite shaft.

Not just any graphite shaft, you want to find one that is lightweight and has enough flex. This will help you swing with the same intensity throughout the round and avoid any injury. 

Should I get custom fit?

While a custom fitting can help, it’s not necessary for most senior golfers. I would only recommend this if you’re very experienced and want to fine tune your clubs. Or, if you’re taller than most golfers and might need to get custom shafts for your golf game. 

How far should a senior hit 7 iron?

It really depends on the player, swing speed, and the golf club of choice.

For example, a golfer with a 10 handicap, 100mph swing speed, and game improvement irons is going to hit a lot further than most. Meanwhile, a 25 handicap playing with older models that are too heavy and stiff will likely hit it shorter.

The biggest thing to think about is finding ones that help you get the ball airborne and are lightweight. This will help you find more greens, make more pars, and enjoy the round a lot more. Plus, you’ll likely avoid injury from playing clubs that are suited for a golfer who has a higher swing speed. 

How do I know if I need a senior shaft? 

One of the easiest ways to check is to hit on a launch monitor at your local golf store. If your swing speed is in the range of 70 to 85 mph, you could likely benefit from a senior (or A flex) shaft. 

If you don’t have a golf store nearby, think about your carry distance. If it’s between 180-210 yard carry, then a senior flex might help you add more distance without changing your swing. 

Why are senior clubs more expensive?

That’s a fair question. Senior clubs tend to cost more because of two reasons; the type of club and the shaft. 

Since a lot of the sets mentioned above are hybrids or combo sets, this is more costly for the manufacturer to produce. Also, the shafts are usually graphite which also yields a higher cost.

While they are a higher investment, they can last you for years to come. Don’t sacrifice your game (or a potential injury) by not playing the best golf clubs for you!

Final Thoughts on Best Irons for Seniors

When it comes to the best golf irons for seniors, there have never been more options. This is great for golfers who are finding their swing speed decreasing but still want to get out and play golf as often as possible.

Remember, when picking your irons, focus on the type of iron set and the shafts more than anything else. Make sure you pick a set that is forgiving throughout the entire set and will help you add distance to each club. Some golfers will prefer a hybrid set while others are fine with all “normal” irons but created for distance. 

Then, focus on the shaft itself. The wrong shaft type and flex can make the game so much harder than it needs. And always make sure the grip is right for your hands and get ready to start attacking flags! 

Now that you’ve got the irons covered, check out our article about the best golf drivers for seniors.

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The beauty about golf is the longevity in the sport. Unlike other sports like football or basketball where it requires more physicality, one great thing about a sport like golf is that you can continue to play as you grow older. It’s a game of skill and strength and as long as you take good care of your body, there’s no reason that you can’t keep playing at a good level well into your retirement. This list will illustrate some of the best golf clubs for seniors in 2021. 

It is normal that we lose strength and speed as we get older. However, thanks to modern technology in current golf equipment, it can help limit these negative effects. Most golf manufacturers now produce golf clubs that are specifically designed to aid players with slower swing speeds and golfers who are looking for a little more forgiveness in their equipment. Furthermore, many of these manufacturers also include a specific senior flex shaft that could help you get more speed and power. 

9 Best Golf Clubs For Seniors 2021

TaylorMade SIM 2 MAX Iron Set

TaylorMade SIM 2 MAX Irons

TaylorMade has always been one of the top brands in the golf market. They manufacture equipment like irons or drivers that cater to any age or level of golfer. From the fastest swing speeds pros who could use the P7MB blades, to the SIM 2 MAX that is a perfect game improvement irons for players with slower swing speeds. Perfect for senior golfers.

The SIM 2 Max irons are packed with technology which offers maximum forgiveness and distance. The head is large and inspires confidence in golfers with its wide sole, offset and thick topline. Any player who looks down on this club will know that they can hit it as the sweet spot is larger than blades. Furthermore, it is combined with the Thru-Slot Speed Pocket which aids distance and forgiveness.

Pros:

  • Great distance
  • Great forgiveness
  • Nice soft sound on impact

However, the cons are that they only have minor performance differences from its previous model.

Titleist T400 Iron Set

Titleist T400 Irons

The Titleist T series has been very popular recently. Also one of the top brands in the market sponsoring the likes of Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth. The T400 is designed to be the most forgiving iron in the series. 

Unlike the other models in the T series, the T400 has the strongest lofts in the Titleist range. However, the launch is not compromised with a strong, high ball flight being produced. The super thin face and hollow head are fortified by high-density tungsten weighting which makes this an extremely powerful and forgiving iron. Senior golfers can excel in their game with these irons accompanied by senior flex shafts. 

Pros:

  • Maximum distance 
  • Forgiving design

Nonetheless, the con for this iron is that the club head is fairly large and some golfers do not like the look. 

Senior Men’s Majek Golf All Hybrid Complete Set

Senior Men's Majek Golf All Hybrid Complete Set

The Senior Men’s Majek Hybrid Set was designed for ease of use for older golfers. Despite that, younger players can enjoy using these clubs as well. This is a full set of hybrids which have high forgiveness and distance without sacrificing accuracy. Factors contributing to these are:

  • Low Centre of Gravity (CG)
  • High Launch

These clubs have a fairly large sweet spot and more weight positioned behind it which guarantees distance with each shot. 

Pros:

  • 3-PW 
  • Fairly priced
  • Easy to hit

The only con is that it is all in a hybrid head. Some golfers like irons and wedges more than hybrids.

Callaway Mavrik Hybrid Iron Combo Set

Callaway Mavrik Hybrid Iron Combo Set

Callaway is also one of the top brands in the market with many wins with their equipment. Phil Mickelson is one of the biggest names in the Callaway team. The Callaway Mavrik Hybrid Iron Combo Set is a great set for senior golfers thanks to the increase in ball speed and spin in every club.

This combo set includes:

  • 8 piece set
  • 2 Hybrids (4 & 5)
  • 6-PW Irons

It features the Flash Face Technology that is designed by Artificial Intelligence to create a boost in ball speed thanks to the unique loft. The Mavrik hybrid iron combo set is an ideal combination of speed, stability and CG placement to promote easy launch, long carry and soft landings.

Pros:

  • Increased launch
  • High ball speeds
  • Lower vibration and pure feel

Callaway Big Bertha B21 Iron Set

Callaway Big Bertha B21 Iron Set

The Big Bertha line has been in Callaway for many years. However the Big Bertha B21 irons are the first Big Bertha to be designed using Artificial Intelligence. An ideal iron set for senior golfers who struggle with launch and strike. There is a good deal of technology to help you get the ball up with more speed while the feel off the face is amazing. 

The irons have a generous offset, wide soles and a thick topline to give golfers using it more confidence. Moreover, it uses the Flash Face technology which helps deliver high ball speeds and a strong ball flight thanks to the unique loft angles. 

Pros:

  • Looks very inviting to hit
  • Promotes a strong high draw trajectory

Aspire XD1 Senior All Graphite Golf Clubs Set

Aspire XD1 Senior All Graphite Golf Clubs Set

If you are looking for a deal on a full set of golf clubs, the Aspire XD1 Senior All Graphite Golf Club Set is an excellent option to consider! It also provides great value in addition to it being a cheaper golf set. The shafts in these clubs are entirely graphite besides the putter. 


This set includes:

  • 460cc Titanium Driver 
  • Fairway Wood
  • Hybrid
  • 6-PW Irons
  • Putter
  • Standbag
  • 3 headcovers

A complete golf set that is enough for any player to play at most courses in the world. Furthermore, the clubs are very lightweight and forgiving for seniors at a great price! It offers great amounts of forgiveness and distance. 

Cobra RadSpeed Iron Set

Cobra RadSpeed Irons

The RadSpeed model was recently released as a replacement and upgrade of the SpeedZone from Cobra. These RadSpeed irons are built around gaining more distance. It offers a generous offset and utilizes Radial Weighting technology to deliver the perfect balance of ultra low spin, radical ball speed and extreme forgiveness. 

Pros:

  • Available also in one length iron set
  • Strong flight
  • Low spin
  • Increased distance

The looks are great too with the black and yellow scheme on the iron heads. Overall it’s a great set for not only senior golfers, but also golfers of every level as long as maximum forgiveness and distance is what they are looking for. 

The only downside is that the carbon fibre section within the topline can be quite distracting.

Cleveland Launcher UHX Irons

Cleveland Launcher UHX Irons

Cleveland’s Launcher UHX Irons are one of the best iron sets for seniors because the design of the irons will suit seniors who want to find consistency with their longer irons but still want control and precision in their shorter clubs. The long irons (4-7), incorporate hollow heads for more distance and forgiveness, with lower and deeper weighting compared to traditional cavity back irons.

From 8 Iron through pitching wedge, the irons feature a cavity back construction which helps golfers focus more on precision and control rather than maximising distance. 

Pros:

  • Strong launch
  • Great feel in the shorter irons
  • Clean look

The only con here is the sound it produces when taking shots. There are other irons that sound better than this on this list. 

Wilson Staff Launch Pad Irons

Wilson Staff Launch Pad Irons

The Launch Pad irons are very unique looking compared to traditional irons. The clubhead incorporates a wide and progressive sole that prevents the sole from digging into the turf before impact. The shorter irons (7-PW) feature more traditional sole widths, whereas the longer irons (4-6) offer wider, more forgiving soles, for more consistent ball-striking and greater distance. 

If you are a senior golfer who is struggling for consistency, this club might just be the option worth trying. This club offers a tremendous amount of forgiveness and one key thing is that the sweet spot is larger than normal clubs. 

Pros:

  • Extra assistance from wide sole
  • Allows good accuracy
  • Forgiving

One minor flaw in this club is that it does take some time getting used to is the unorthodox look of the club. Some people might not find it appealing to look at.

Summary For The Best Golf Clubs For Seniors 2021

We hope this list of the best golf clubs for seniors was informative. You could have been a great golfer before but you need to accept it when you’re older that your speed is not quite as fast as you were when you were younger. When you have accepted that and use these clubs that will help you excel in your game, your scores will definitely improve!

Besides the best golf clubs for seniors, here is a list of the best golf clubs for women in 2021. Maybe you can get a set for your beloved wife or girlfriend as well. If you are looking for a new pair of golf shoes, here are the best golf shoes for men in 2021. In addition, here are the top 25 golf courses in the United States.

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Senior irons cobra flex

King Cobra II 4-5 Irons Senior Flex Graphite Shafts, No Grip On 5 Iron

Specifications

Description

Cobra Iron 4-5 irons Senior Flex Graphite Shafts. Condition is "Used". Shipped with USPS Priority Mail. Clubs are in very good condition but need grips Proceeds of the sale to benefit the first tee of Palm beach county JB 6/30 Brand: Cobra Number of Clubs: 2 Handedness: Right-Handed Flex: Seniors Shaft Material: Graphite Set Makeup: 4-5

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