Benross Delta X Irons Review (HEAT Treated for MORE Ball Speed)

The Delta X irons have been heat treated for ultimate distance

Aimed at faster swing speed golfers, the Delta X irons produce eye-catching distance.

Benross Delta X Irons

Benross Delta X irons are the latest release of the manufacturer’s popular range, offering power and control for fast swing speed golfers thanks to heat treatment design.

Launched along with the Delta X driver, fairway woods and hybrids, these irons have been given a makeover and push the legal limits to the maximum in search of distance.

The Benross irons have been heat treated across the face for more ball speed, an increased sweet spot with weight moved towards the toe and a thinner top line compared to the original Delta irons.

In this article, we take a look at what has changed in the new Benross Delta X irons, how they could suit your game and the technologies used in the new design.

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What Benross says about the Delta X irons:

“The new Delta X range is a Powerhouse with effortless control. If you’ve got a fast swing speed this innovative range will generate perfect power control and clean strikes time after time.

“A heat treatment process is used on the face that produces a Characteristic of Time (CT) value as close to the R&A legal limit of 239 μs (microseconds) as possible.

Benross Delta X Irons

“New weight distribution design pushes more weight towards the toe, increasing the sweet spot.

“Additionally, the distinctively thinner top line and offset angle gives a crisp look at address inspiring you to swing with power.”

Benross Delta X Irons Specs & Design

The Benross Delta X Irons are and upgraded version of the popular Delta irons with improved feel, more distance and cleaner ball striking.

One of the key features is the CT-face top line heat treatment face design, which helps generates power and control for more ball speed for the benefit of the mid-to-higher handicap golfers they are aimed at.

Benross Delta X Irons

Benross have improved the weight distribution to optimise the center of gravity and provide greater stability and control – particularly on off-center strikes.

The irons have a progressive offset design to improve accuracy and control in the longer irons while providing more forgiveness in the shorter irons.

The wide sole design helps to improve turf interaction and produce better turf interaction from any lie on the course.

Benross Delta X Irons

The irons are available in 4-iron (22 degrees), 5-iron (25 degrees), 6-iron (28.5 degrees), 7-iron (32 degrees), 8-iron (36 degrees), 9-iron (41 degrees), Pitching Wedge (46 degrees), Gap Wedge (50 degrees) and Sand Wedge (54 degrees).

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Verdict: Are Benross Delta X Irons any good?

The Benross Delta X irons are suited for golfers, typically mid to high-handicap players who are looking for more distance and control.

The irons are designed to produce higher ball speeds, more carry, and increased distances, making them ideal for golfers who want to be longer and more accurate.

They an ideal option for golfers who want a reliable new set of irons that won’t break the bank, but have performance benefits in a number of areas of your game.

FAQs

How much do Benross Delta X Irons cost?

A set of irons are available from around £349-£399.

What are the Benross Delta X Irons specs?

The irons are available in 4-iron (22 degrees), 5-iron (25 degrees), 6-iron (28.5 degrees), 7-iron (32 degrees), 8-iron (36 degrees), 9-iron (41 degrees), Pitching Wedge (46 degrees), Gap Wedge (50 degrees) and Sand Wedge (54 degrees).