Rated 2 out of 5
by Rich in MD Craftsmanship Lacking
I bought these clubs in Oct 2013. I had taken a break from golf and the XP tour Mizuno's I had were worn and in serious need of replacement. I went with the Amp Cells as I wanted a game improvement set so I could fine tune my game after over 8 years away from the game. These clubs have a nice high trajectory and good distance. I live in the Mid-Atlantic region so golf during winter is hit or miss. I have been able to get on the course 5 times since October. These clubs have a nice feel on solid strikes and a lot of vibration on toe hits. I have taken these to the range at least 3 times a week since October and last week I noticed that the backing on my 5 iron was missing. First time I have ever seen anything like this. While this is a little thing, I don't expect this from a set of clubs I invested $500 in not more than 4 months ago. If you don't care whether your new clubs look new then buy these. My advice...find another set of clubs.
February 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Husker10 Great irons for the price
These are great irons for the price. On average getting 10-15 more yards per club. Look of the club is nice and Dicks Sporting Goods will custom fit you for length, shaft, grips, etc. Highly recommend these irons.
July 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by crazymez81 Excellent irons
Hit these irons at a demo day a few weeks ago, along with comporable Callaway, Mizuno, Taylor Made, Nike, Ping irons (same price range, same category) and ended up purchasing these. Liked the Mizuno almost as much, but thought I hit these the best. Excellent distance and control, very forgiving, look nice (I went with silver).
Of course these irons won't perform like the Titleist AP2 irons as others have said, seeing as how those run $1,099 and these $699; however, if you're like me (9 handicap) these work very well and it's a tremendously good value for the quality of these irons.
They do have a pretty high ball flight compared to others, so I ended up going with a heavier shaft to keep it down as much as possible.
May 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by golfballer Unreal Performance
Hadn't tried Cobra in a few years. Demoed then and loved them. Talk about forgiveness and distance. And it doesn't look bulky. Love em.
April 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by learnin2play Great irons for all handicappers!
These are priced right in line with most other iron sets in their category. Since they are't "price protected" I was able to use a coupon. Coming from a 15 year old set of graphite irons, I find these easier to hit and the simulator had me 20 yards better. I didn't realize there was that much advancements in club technology, but I guess 15 years is a long time. The only issue currently is a Sandwedge is only available on line with this model. Hopefully, it willl be in stores soon. I wiuld definitely reccomend these irons.
April 2, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by FluidSwinger know what your looking for
I've demoed these irons, and yes I've hit better..but, I was in the market for the Callaway x hot pro irons so I demoed them for fun..and they are fine...nothing wrong with the amp cell irons, of course the ap2's feel better but average Joes don't have $1000 for titleist irons....... (handicap 5)
March 18, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by GAYNOR51 GOLF
THESE ARE TERRIBLE CLUBS SORRY I BOUGHT THEM HEAVY SOLE AND BAD SHAFTS 20 YARDS SHORTER THAN TITLEST AP2 MADE A BIG MISTAKE ON PURCHASE
March 6, 2013