Best Golf Irons 2022

Our team pick out the best new irons options for 2022

The best golf irons for 2022 with the GolfReviewsGuide.com shortlist to the best new releases.

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Looking for new golf irons for 2022? The best golf irons 2022 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.

Read on for the GolfReviewsGuide.com best golf irons 2022. You can also find out the top golf drivers for 2022 here.

TaylorMade Stealth Irons

TaylorMade Stealth Irons

TaylorMade Stealth irons feature a new-look Cap Back Design with toe wrap construction to produce an “extremely low” CG for more distance, more forgiveness and an improved feel from fairways and rough.

The design tweaks from the SIM 2 Max irons to the Stealth have resulted in an increased launch angle and a much higher ball flight for added distance in the new model.

There is a draw-bias in the longer irons compared to the mid-irons and a progressive reduction through to the short irons.

READ: The full TaylorMade Stealth irons review

Mizuno Pro Irons (221, 223, 225 & Fli-Hi)

Mizuno Pro 221 Irons

The Mizuno Pro irons are a history making range, featuring the 221 irons, 223 irons, 225 irons and the Fli-Hi irons.

The Mizuno 221s are the muscle back blade and have been based on the MP-20 irons, The 223s are the cavity back model and the 225 irons replace the MP-20 HMC as the latest version of the Hot Medal Blades.

The Fli-Hi irons come in options of 2-4 irons as an alternative to hybrids and break new ground as a first-ever Maraging MAS1C steel face in a Mizuno iron.

READ: The full Mizuno Pro 221 irons review
READ: The full Mizuno Pro 223 irons review
READ: The full Mizuno Pro 225 irons review
READ: The full Mizuno Pro Fli-Hi irons review

Callaway ST Rogue Irons

Callaway Rogue ST Max

The Rogue ST range of irons are new from Callaway for 2022 and includes the Max, Max OS, Max OS Lite and the Pro models.

Callaway have managed to extra even more distance to craft their longest irons yet, with A.I. Flash Face, patented Urethane Microspheres and Precision Tungsten Weighting all contributing to an impressive set of irons.

The Max provides all-around performance, forgiveness and ball speed, the The Max OS provides a high launch and is suited to mid-to-high handicap golfers and the Max OS Lite is the most forgiving iron with increased lofts in a lightweight package.

The Pro has hollow body construction with a compact players shape for low-to-mid single digit handicap golfers.

READ: The full Callaway ST Rogue irons review

Ping i59 Irons

Ping i59 Irons

Ping’s i59 irons are an improvement on the iBlade irons and break new ground with an upgraded face using AlumniCore an aerospace-grade aluminium insert to distribute weight.

The face features a MicroMax groove design with four additional grooves added compared to previous models in the players’ player iron sector.

The clubhead in the i59 has been streamlined to help create less drag and more distance, the topline is thinner and the offset cleaner to improve ball striking from long irons to short irons.

READ: The full Ping i59 irons review

Cobra Radspeed Irons

Cobra Radspeed Irons

Cobra Radspeed irons are part of the new range from the leading manufacturer released in 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