With this set of irons designed for the better player, GigaGolf proves once again that you don’t have to spend a lot of money to get a good quality set of clubs. You can get a well-equipped set of these for as little as $125.
How does GigaGolf do it? First, they are proudly technological followers, not leaders. For their offerings, GigaGolf chooses clubhead designs with proven technologies. And second, GigaGolf offers the customizable direct-to-you business model pioneered by computer companies like Dell (which also, by the way, are technological followers).
The Acer XP Professional offers many of the design features of Callway Clubs (but for less money). The clubs have less offset to allow better players to “work” the ball, as well as a thinner topline for more traditional looks. And unlike many off-brand clubs, which use zinc alloys, GigaGolf’s uses 431 stainless steel.