Acer Golf XP Step Cavity Irons

Acer Golf XP Step Cavity Irons 

DESCRIPTION

The awesome new Acer XP's are the next generation of easy to hit irons. A notched sole area moves the weight towards the heel and toe where it is needed most whilst the undercut cavity moves the weight towards the back to increase the moment of inertia and reduce twist.The step cavity fine tunes the weighting even further and a great looking gold metalic decal finishes off the fine head.

USER REVIEWS

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[Jan 13, 2014]
Ken Salas
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Acer XP Step Cavity Irons

I purchased a full 14 club set of Pine Meadow clubs from Play-It-Again Sports for $100. I have the 2-9 irons, SW, PW, and 60 degree wedge w/steel shafts. These clubs are very forgiving and easy to hit. Apparently they are also "Callaway clones" from 2003. Since these are second hand irons, all I need to do is get them re-gripped! I've changed out the Acer XDS 2+ 10 degree driver with a Callaway 10.5 X-Hot driver and the Acer XDS 2+ 14 degree 3 wood and 18 degree 5 wood with Top Flite 3 and 5 woods. GREAT IRONS!

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Apr 24, 2011]
pandstransport
Scratch Golfer
Model Reviewed: Acer Step Cavity XP

I have just taken up golf, and not knowing if I would continue because of work commitments, I put together a set of clubs from cheap brands at my local boot fair.
After a few weeks I saw a set of Acer Step Cavity XP clubs, and decided to buy them. That was the best money I have spent. I have from 5 - 9 irons P, L, A and they are so easy to use it has improved my game grately, also it has taken my handicap down 3. These clubs I would recommend to both the amature and more serious player. Not only that, but I have had comments on the gold decal by people saying how expensive and professional they look.
I don't think any improvement can be made to the Acer, but if there is, I shall be one of the first to try them.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Sep 30, 2009]
GWRMSandlake
Shoots in the 100s
Model Reviewed: Acer xP-905

These irons shoot straight.
I'm an enthusiastic beginner. My swing is stablising. My 7 reaches 125 - 140 m with 90% of shots landing in a 20 -25 m width bandwidth. Until I bought these irons I suffered from a 1 in 4 slice. Its gone. Yup, I've put a few hundred balls worth of practice in but credit has to go to the forgiving nature of these machines.
Buy-em.

Customer Service

Nordica (in Sweden) took 7 dys to deliver custom made length clubs. They're friendly.

Similar Products Used:

Skymax SX-5

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[Feb 15, 2005]
gerard.kruijt
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Acer XP (PMG)

I bought these clubs from Pinemeadow Golf after research on internet more than 1,5 year ago. They look good and feel good, steel standard PMG shafts stiff and lamkin classic crossline grips. Although tax and duties and shipping is costing quite a lot to the Netherlands, I would do this deal again. These clubs shoot perfectly, strong and straight, and further than I was used to (approx 20 yards more than before). As this means that the short work was also further than before, I had to buy lob-wegde afterwards. As I'm getting older probably would buy graphite or ultralight steel shafts now, easier and lighter, but still have to test what this means for accuracy. These clubs made it possible to lower my handicap with 5 points.

Customer Service

fine, no problems only on initial delivery, but they mailed me directly.

Similar Products Used:

RAM FX Titanium before, standard Aldila graphite shafts, but broke shafts 2 times and they felt to floppy, that's why I decided for steel.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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