Custom-Built Acer XV HT Iron

 
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Custom-Built Acer XV HT Iron

  • The Acer XV is out latest generation of game-improvement irons with three distance clubs for any skill level with one unified appearance.
  • XV High Trajectory: The HT (High Trajectory) has nearly a 30% wider sole and shallower face than our standard Acer XV model to get up in the air quickly from virtually any lie with maximum forgiveness. HT version is favored by beginners, slower swingers and golfers who tend to sweep the ball off of the ground.
  • XV Standard: The standard XV is designed to fit the broadest range of golfers and instill confidence into their game. Features ample offset to help the player square up the face at impact and the enhanced heel-toe weighting enables players to hit both straighter and more solid shots.
  • XV Pro: The XV Pro features the same cutting edge design as the standard, but with a more compact design and reduced offset favored by better players. The XV Pro model also has a slightly narrower sole and thinner topline.
  • Constructed of 431 stainless steel; bendable.
  • Optional lie adjustment available upon request.
  • Please allow 3 business days for the custom club building.
Iron 4 5 6 7 8 9 PW GW SW
Loft 23º 26° 29° 33° 37° 41° 45° 50° 55° 
Lie 61º 62° 62.5° 63° 63.5° 64° 64° 64° 64° 
Weight 249 256 263 270 277 284 291 291 298 
Offset 7.5 7.0 6.8 6.5 6.0 5.5 5.0 4.8 4.5
Bounce 12° 
Length 38.5" 38" 37.5" 37" 36.5" 36" 35.5" 35.5" 35.5"

Right Hand: #4 - PW, GW, SW Left Hand: n/a
Material: 431 Stainless Finish: High Polish
Blade Length: 84 mm (#5 I) Sole Width: 22 mm (#5 I)
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1 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Dan
Aug 25, 2022
The Acer XV HT’s are phenomenal. I’m by no means a good golfer. I played when I was young, but just picked up a club again after 20 years. Below 100 on 18 is a satisfactory day. I’ve never broken 90. I have never been able to hit a 4 iron, and have lacked confidence in my 5 and even 6 iron. No more! I took these clubs out for the first time, and after two tries walloped my 4 iron off the tee for a solid 210. I hit about 15 more balls and 12 of them were just as solid. Then I moved to the grass, and after 1 swing where I just tried to hard, I let the club do the work and voila. Straight, high, and long. I’m not sold on hybrids, and so wanted to give these a try. Glad I did. I ordered the HT in 4, 5, and 6 iron. 7 and 8 in the standard XV. And 9 and PW in the pro. I’m happy with my choice. I would have been just as happy with the 9 and PW in the standard as well.

I also changed my order, and added to my order 3 times. Monark was very accommodating where they could be. This is a good business!

The standard stepped Apollo shafts stiff are perfect for me. They aren’t super stiff, and actually feel a lot better when I swing easy. If I would change one thing on my order it would be to order jumbo grips. I went with the Rexton midsize v-line. They are fine, but I ordered a chipper with the jumbo and that just feels better. It’s not that the midsize are wrongly sized; they just don’t have the padding that dri tacs do. If you want a larger grip, I’d say go with the jumbo. Although I’m not changing these until they need it, because the V lines are just fine.

Advantages: Looks, they really do boost trajectory, you don’t have to hit them hard.

Disadvantages: I can’t think of any
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Description

Custom-Built Acer XV HT Iron

  • The Acer XV is out latest generation of game-improvement irons with three distance clubs for any skill level with one unified appearance.
  • XV High Trajectory: The HT (High Trajectory) has nearly a 30% wider sole and shallower face than our standard Acer XV model to get up in the air quickly from virtually any lie with maximum forgiveness. HT version is favored by beginners, slower swingers and golfers who tend to sweep the ball off of the ground.
  • XV Standard: The standard XV is designed to fit the broadest range of golfers and instill confidence into their game. Features ample offset to help the player square up the face at impact and the enhanced heel-toe weighting enables players to hit both straighter and more solid shots.
  • XV Pro: The XV Pro features the same cutting edge design as the standard, but with a more compact design and reduced offset favored by better players. The XV Pro model also has a slightly narrower sole and thinner topline.
  • Constructed of 431 stainless steel; bendable.
  • Optional lie adjustment available upon request.
  • Please allow 3 business days for the custom club building.
Specification
Iron 4 5 6 7 8 9 PW GW SW
Loft 23º 26° 29° 33° 37° 41° 45° 50° 55° 
Lie 61º 62° 62.5° 63° 63.5° 64° 64° 64° 64° 
Weight 249 256 263 270 277 284 291 291 298 
Offset 7.5 7.0 6.8 6.5 6.0 5.5 5.0 4.8 4.5
Bounce 12° 
Length 38.5" 38" 37.5" 37" 36.5" 36" 35.5" 35.5" 35.5"

Right Hand: #4 - PW, GW, SW Left Hand: n/a
Material: 431 Stainless Finish: High Polish
Blade Length: 84 mm (#5 I) Sole Width: 22 mm (#5 I)
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1 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Dan
Aug 25, 2022
The Acer XV HT’s are phenomenal. I’m by no means a good golfer. I played when I was young, but just picked up a club again after 20 years. Below 100 on 18 is a satisfactory day. I’ve never broken 90. I have never been able to hit a 4 iron, and have lacked confidence in my 5 and even 6 iron. No more! I took these clubs out for the first time, and after two tries walloped my 4 iron off the tee for a solid 210. I hit about 15 more balls and 12 of them were just as solid. Then I moved to the grass, and after 1 swing where I just tried to hard, I let the club do the work and voila. Straight, high, and long. I’m not sold on hybrids, and so wanted to give these a try. Glad I did. I ordered the HT in 4, 5, and 6 iron. 7 and 8 in the standard XV. And 9 and PW in the pro. I’m happy with my choice. I would have been just as happy with the 9 and PW in the standard as well.

I also changed my order, and added to my order 3 times. Monark was very accommodating where they could be. This is a good business!

The standard stepped Apollo shafts stiff are perfect for me. They aren’t super stiff, and actually feel a lot better when I swing easy. If I would change one thing on my order it would be to order jumbo grips. I went with the Rexton midsize v-line. They are fine, but I ordered a chipper with the jumbo and that just feels better. It’s not that the midsize are wrongly sized; they just don’t have the padding that dri tacs do. If you want a larger grip, I’d say go with the jumbo. Although I’m not changing these until they need it, because the V lines are just fine.

Advantages: Looks, they really do boost trajectory, you don’t have to hit them hard.

Disadvantages: I can’t think of any
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