GigaGolf Steel Plus XL6 Irons

GigaGolf Steel Plus XL6 Irons 


  • New notched sole
  • Made from 431 stainless steel
  • True Temper Finest Quality Feather Flight steel shafts
  • Lamkin Crossline grips


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[Jun 02, 2004]
Gary Bell
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Steel Head XL6

Super, Super Irons. I cannot rave on about the Steel Head XL6 irons enough. I use to play with Titleist 822OS and had a tendency to impact hook spin on the ball. Poorer shots were extreme pulls. So I decided to look for new irons. Played with the Titleist for 16 months. So can't say I didn't give them a good enough go. They were not the club for me. Anyway I had always wanted to try Callaway clubs but because of the price could not afford them. So I said I'd give Gigagolf a look. Liked the look of the Callaway X-16's anyway so said I'd give the Steel Head XL6 models a go. Excellent, Excellent club. Preforms superbly. Draw, Fade & Straight whatever you want to put on the ball. I know you hear it all the time but after changing to these Irons I shot 77, 79, 82 & 78 in row, winning a competition off a 12 handicap in our club. No distance lost on these clubs compared to the Titleist 822OS (When I did hit these right!) Infact because I was hitting these clubs much cleaner I gained a little distance. Irons sit comfortably, inspiring confidence at address. For the price, the Steel Head XL6 are tremendous value. I honestly think they will suit most golfers. I'm very eager to test the Callaway X-16 irons to really see if there is any difference.

Customer Service

Excellent, shipped within days.

Similar Products Used:

Titleist 822OS

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