REVIEW: Bridgestone Tour B JGR HF2 Irons
What irons do you play if you are decent, but not great at golf? You know that blades are out of the questions, players cavities are probably too demanding, but game improvement irons are so clunky and are often lacking feel. It puts you in a strange position of finding clubs that are just right for you. While there a few options out there in this category, Bridgestone’s Tour B JGR HF2 irons are going to be a dream set for the mid handicap golfer. He’s got game, but isn’t setting any course records. These irons offer everything this golfer is looking for, forged feel, high launch, lots of forgiveness, a little offset and clean looks.
Bridgestone Tour B JGR 6-iron
- Spin: 6295 rpms
- Angle: 21.9*
- Dispersion: 3.2 yds
- Club Head Speed: 92.3 mph
- Ball Speed: 123.4 mph
- Total Distance: 183.9 yds
- Carry Distance: 177.3 yds yds
If you are a mid-handicap golfer, a weekend warrior, or a higher handicap golfer looking to transition lower, the Bridgestone Tour B JGR HF2 would be an ideal set. They offer great forged feel and stunning looks that are often reserved for better golfers, yet launch it high and long with lots of forgiveness for a wide cross section of golfers. Just because you don’t shoot par, doesn’t mean you want game improvement irons, these however are the perfect blend for the mid handicap golfer.
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