Perimeter weighted clubs that play similar to blades
I purchased a set of S2H2 irons 3-PW, with regular flex graphite, as an experiment. The shaft flex is incorrect for my swing, and the standard length of the club does not fit my profile. However, there are many redeeming factors in this club design that could benefit those golfers looking to improve their game at a relatively low cost.
S2H2 irons provide:
A blade like feel and appearance, but with moderate perimeter weighting that can save a less than perfect golf swing.
These irons should be considered by the golfer looking for an excellent set that is not bulky and has a sharper appearance, but will improve his ball-striking with instant feedback and still provides shot saving perimeter weight.
December 25, 2012
Could not believe the difference.
These clubs have added more confidence and I am playing more consistent and competitive. Thanks!!!
May 13, 2011
s2h2 irons are the most underrated of irons in my opinion. I purchased mine more than 25 years ago and they still out perform most irons I've purchased since. As I'm sure you know, they were the last irons before the Big Bertha's. The competetor irons were the 845 Tommy Armour irons which at that time were marketed better and were more popular than the s2h2's. However, I liked the s2h2 irons better. Distance and forgiveness were max.
December 19, 2013
Good iron set
Bought my set in 1991 still using them today. Good playing irons, might look at upgrading my set in the future.
November 19, 2013
good replacement club that matched my set an was in very good condition
November 3, 2011
Only Issue for S2H2
I bought my set 20+ years ago. What everyone has said is true. The only problem I ever had was the connection between the shaft and head, especially on the 3 and 4 irons. My local repair shops didn't have long term success nor did Callaway when we sent the irons back to them. Bad news for me - I replaced them with some Ping Irons 10 years ago and lost distance. I kept them in my garage and somehow they grew feet and left. I wish I had them back now!
June 18, 2011
Original Hollow Hozel irons a Hit!
Love these irons! A tad heavier than the contemporary larger & lighter trend in irons, as they are an older 'muscle back' type. It is to be expected though. After becoming accustomed to their weight and balance in my swing, I'm hitting them nicely!
May 16, 2011
Perfect for the rough
A great club for getting out of the rough when I still need distance.
June 27, 2010