> Graphite irons tend to be either too light or too expensive.
> They can also be too inconsistent for good players.
> Besides, steel just looks better. Better to play with an iron
> that looks like a rapier glinting in the sun than a big stick of
> liquorice. Graphite drivers are OK, because the hi-tech
> "stealth" look suits a driver IMHO.
> Cheers Mike
You have to advance with technology. I find much better feel with
graphite. You are right about them being more expensive though. Your
comment about graphite being inconsistant is hogwash. This is controlled
by the manufacturer of the club. If the club is built wrong it doesn't
matter if it is graphite or steel, it won't play right. If they are
built right with the proper flex and length they feel much better than
steel and IMHO they play better.