Benross Evolution R irons provide a high level of performance at an affordable price. Are they worth adding to your bag?
The Benross irons are part of an Evolution R Series that also includes a driver, fairway woods and hybrids – with the entire range offering value for money.
The Evolution R irons have been designed with a thin face and compact club head to maximise distance and ball speed, but there is plenty of forgiveness too.
What Benross say about the Evolution R Irons:
“The Evolution R Iron features an ABS Polymer Cavity Insert that provides exceptional feel and acoustic at impact.
“The Evolution R also features the thinnest face of any Benross iron, maximising CT performance for explosive ball speeds.
“The profile of the Evolution R is significantly smaller than previous models, without reducing the size of the hitting area, resulting in a true player’s performance iron.
“Tour spec KBS Tour 90 shafts are fitted as standard, along with an exclusive Lamkin UTX grip.”
Benross Evolution R Irons Design & Features
Benross Evolution irons may not be overly staked with technological advances, but they offer plenty of performance at a snip of the cost of some iron sets.
The Evolution iron have been designed to extract maximum distance from fairway, rough or the tee, as well as improve accuracy and offer an ideal trajectory and ball flight.
They feature the thinnest face and the most compact club head of any Benross iron for high ball speed of the CT construction face.
The irons are midsize in profile and have an ABS polymer cavity, providing the type of forgiveness on off-centre strikes that handicap golfers crave.
Available in 4-iron to pitching wedge and gap wedge, the Evolution irons come with KBS Tour 90 steel shafts and Lamkin UTX grips as standard.
Verdict: Are Benross Evolution R Irons any good?
The Evolution R boast an eye-catching compact head shape with a simple look that will appeal to golfers who look an clean appearance over the ball.
While the design is pretty simple and the irons not overloaded with technology, the performance is more than worthy of the budget price at which the Benross irons are sold.
The irons generate plenty of ball speed, are forgiving on off-centre ball strikes and are an excellent performer for iron sets at the lower end of the price spectrum.
How much do Benross Evolution R Irons cost?
The irons are sold between £300-£500 / $400-$660 depending on the retailer.
What irons are available in the Evolution R set?
The set is sold with 4-iron to gap wedge, including a pitching wedge.
Do the Benross Evolution R Irons come with a warranty?
Yes. The irons come with a one-year warranty.
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