I think that this would be the perfect set for the GolfBlogger. A set with no iron longer than a five. Instead, the three and four have been replaced by equivalent hybrids. There’s no shame in admitting it. I can’t hit the long irons anyway.
These clubs also have a lot of game improvement features. They’re draw weighted, which means that the weight is shifted toward the heel of the club (this helps to close the clubface; weight toward the toe would cause the clubface to open more). A large clubhead allows an increase in moment of inertia (resistance to twisting) and a t-haped sole is designed to reduce turf friction. best of all, they’ve got the Inverted Cone design that makes TaylorMade the GolfBlogger’s favorite clubs.