Best Golf Irons 2021

GolfReviewsGuide picks out five new irons options for 2021

The best golf irons for 2021 with the GolfReviewsGuide.com shortlist to the best new releases.

Ping G425 Irons

Looking for new golf irons for 2021? The best golf irons 2021 have been picked out in the GolfReviewsGuide.com shortlist.

We’ve taken a look at some options that could be added to your bag this year, and help you get the most out of your game.

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Read on for the GolfReviewsGuide.com best golf irons 2021. You can also find out the top golf drivers for 2021 and best golf wedges for 2021 here.

Callaway Apex 21 Irons

Callaway Apex 21 irons are the newest addition to the market and will feature three new models in the shape of the Apex, Pro and DCB.

The standard model in the range – the Apex irons – feature Artificial Intelligence in a forged iron for the first time.

Callaway have redesigned the previous Apex Pro irons to incorporate innovative A.I. face architecture in an all new forged hollow body construction.

The DCB model, meanwhile, is the most forgiving yet from Callaway. Deep Cavity Back is where the name comes from and it provides each launch from any lie.

Cobra Radspeed Irons

Cobra Radspeed Irons

Cobra Radspeed irons are part of the new range from the leading manufacturer for 2021 with the CG lower than ever before.

The key design element throughout the new range is Radial Weighting, with Cobra’s design team believing they have the perfect answer to forgiveness and ball speed.

Radspeed King irons blend radical ball speeds with extreme forgiveness and ultra low spin levels in what is a complete package. Expect impressive ball distances with these in the bag.

READ: The full Cobra Radspeed irons review

Ping G425 Irons

Ping G425 Irons

Ping G425 irons are the latest model in the G-Series, replacing the Ping G410 irons as the number one from the manufacturer.

The COR-Eye technology from previous models has been ditched in favour of VFT (Variable Face Technology) in a first for Ping, as they extract more distance than the G410s offered.

The G425 irons have a more compact look, a smaller profile and have a marginally increased MOI than the G410 irons. A smaller hosel has allowed for weight savings to be made to increased the MOI and forgiveness.

READ: The full Ping G425 irons review

Mizuno JPX921 Irons

Mizuno JPX921 irons were released in September 2020 ahead of the new season and carry the year as part of the now familiar naming structure.

The next generation of the Mizuno JPX919 irons, the JPX921s come with the promise of being “FASTER. FORGED. FIRST.”

The JPX921 range features the Tour, Forged, Hot Metal Pro and Hot Metal models, all offering that something different.

READ: The full Mizuno JPX921 irons review

TaylorMade SIM 2 Max Irons

TaylorMade SIM 2 Max Irons

The second generation of TaylorMade’s top model, the SIM 2 Max irons are the latest release to roll off the production line during spring.

TaylorMade have made some interesting tweaks compared to the original SIM Max irons). The SIM 2 Max irons featured a redesigned speed bridge as part of a new look to the cavity.

It is referred to as an all-new Cap Back design and helps optimise the sweet spot and promote more distance and forgiveness in both the Max and Max OS irons.

READ: The full TaylorMade SIM 2 Max irons review