Acer XV Pro Iron Heads

Acer XV Pro Iron Heads


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The Acer XV Pro iron heads feature the same cutting edge design as the Standard XV heads but are a slightly more compact design and have the reduced offset desired by better golfers.

They feature a deep undercut cavity for great forgiveness. These heads have a slightly narrower sole and a thinner topline than the Standard irons. Enhanced heel-toe weighting enables the player to hit more solid shots. This is a great premium iron head offering by Acer for the low to mid handicap golfer. The blade length of the 5 iron is 79mm and the sole width is 17mm. Good quality 431 stainless steel is bendable if lie needs adjusted.

Technical Specifications

Club 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PW AW SW
Loft 20° 23° 26° 29° 33° 37° 41° 45° 50° 55°
Lie 59.5° 60.5° 61.5° 62° 62.5° 63° 63.5° 64° 64° 64°
Hosel Size .370 .370 .370 .370 .370 .370 .370 .370 .370 .370
Weight (grams) 242 249 256 263 270 277 284 291 291 298
Offset (mm) 3.2 3.0 2.8 2.6 2.4 2.2 2.0 1.8 1.6 1.3

Customer Reviews

Great irons
Built these and have played them in two rounds and use them for a handful of range sessions. Definitely good quality irons and they look great too. My friend and I switched off at the range before a round, he has Callaway Steelhead XRs, and both of us were still getting the same distances and accuracy as we would with our own clubs. I built these with Apollo Stepped Steel shafts trimmed to a stiff flex. Would definitely recommend these to someone looking to built a set of affordable irons.
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Review by DW / (Posted on 10/12/2017)
Nice look and feel, solid ball striking and great value.
I bought the 7i thru PW and paired them with the FST 125 shaft cut to stiff flex and the ProD2x grip. These clubs are replacing my Adams XTD Forged irons. I am about a 12 handicap and I really like a better players iron but don't want a blade. The Acer XV Pros fit the bill. I have only hit them a few times but the strikes feel very nice and I am getting the distances I am expecting from clubs that have more traditional lofts. each new club is less than $20 to build with head, shaft and grip. A great value.
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Review by Paul / (Posted on 4/13/2017)

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