Irons are used for short and mid distances and when approaching the green. Most shots are made with this universal type of golf club.
These days, most sets range from a 5-iron to a pitching wedge. The 3- and 4-irons can be ordered separately from most brands. The lower the number of an iron, the further the ball will travel. A club head with a wide sole will help you hit the ball higher and produce excellent results. A narrower sole will result in shorter, more precise trajectories.
Small tips: when you do chipping, you can consider iron "8", "9", "P". Put your hand lower to make the distance between your body and the ball closer. This can increase the possibility of rolling after the ball falls to the ground.
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