TITANIUM DRIVING IRON
TITANIUM DRIVING IRONS PROVIDE DISTANCE AND ACCURACY
By Ken Liebeskind
A variety of titanium driving irons are gaining popularity as "iron woods," clubs that offer the distance of woods with the accuracy of irons that can be used off the tee. A few of the popular titanium driving irons are the Taylor Made Rescue Wood, the Alien driving iron and the Tour Edge Lift Off Iron Wood.
The titanium driving irons feature titanium heads with a bottom weighted design with lofts from 14 degree to 24 degree.
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The Controller driving irons feature a larger head, and are coated with a metal that is twice as hard as stainless steel
They use their weight advantage to drive the ball further, with greater accuracy than a wood. The advantage of titanium in the titanium driving irons is that it has a more responsive feel than steel and the ball rockets off the face of the club faster and higher than steel clubs.
All of the titanium driving irons are easier to hit than two or three irons and easier to handle than woods.
If you're looking for an exceptional driving iron, you can also try the Controller Driving Irons from www.scientificgolfclubs.com. The site that specializes in scientifically designed golf clubs offers a series of driving irons in 17 degree, 21 degree and 25 degree lofts that have 15 percent more hitting power than woods with a control system that controls hooks and slices. The Controller Driving Irons feature a patented roll and budge face that reduces hooks and slices and are coated with an armor-piercing metal that is twice as hard as steel and 70 percent harder than titanium.
The Controller Driving Irons are available in steel, graphite and turbo tip graphite shafts. One golfer said the Controller driving iron is "the best thing I ever bought that keeps me in play and goes around 230-250 yards and it's very forgiving."