When it comes to reviewing the wholesale Titleist VG3 Forged Irons, you should know that they are only in the Japanese wholesale golf clubs market and well known for their variable sole weighting setup, feel and ease of hitting. The forged VG3 Irons mainly are created for the average golfer and improving mid capper.
Features:the VG3 features variable placement for the tungsten weights on the sole depending on the iron just like on the driver. The strong lofts (24* 5 iron) matched with low CG in the form of tungsten weights in the sole create a higher launch and more MOI. The VG3 is longer from heel to toe and features small offset with a mid sized top line and sole. Trajectory is on the high side and is made for distance and forgiveness which is typical for the average golfer target audience.
Thereinto, one of the key features on the VG3 iron is the variable weighting on the sole. VG3 stands for variable gravity design. On the driver there were 3 varying gravity design models varying between the 9 10 and 11* lofts. On the irons its the same 3 tier design with the long irons featuring dual tungsten weighting embedded in both the toe and heel in the sole of iron while the mid irons feature a single tungsten weight in the center of the sole. The 3rd variable gravity design is the short irons where there is no tungsten at all. This variable gravity design alters the trajectory by changing the CG on each iron. The dual tungsten on the long irons increases forgiveness and MOI while dropping the CG low for big carry and distance ball. The mid irons with a single tungsten weight allow for a higher ball to attack the green from a distance. The short irons with no weights have a higher CG point lowering the trajectory for a stable controlled shot and that touch around the greens.
The excellence of the Titleist VG3 Forged Irons doesn't make designer's efforts in vain anyway. In a word, there are so many things that make the VG3 a wonderful iron that could satisfy any golfer.