The all new Acer XK Pro Series irons are designed and manufactured to play similar to the Callaway X-22 irons. The club appears very much like the Callaway product, and plays quite like the Callaway product . Hireko is the golf equipment firm that not only sells the Acer line of golf clubs in the U.S., but is the manufacturer making the clubs in a foundry in China . Hireko is not just a maker of what are known as “clones”, however they own the foundry and they make their own clubs, not clone golf clubs, or “Knock-offs”. While the Acer line of golf irons may appear similar to some other brands , they are original equipment , made by a solid company. While Hireko may not be well known in the U.S.A., they are popular in other parts of the golfing world, especially Asia.
The Acer line of irons goes back a few years, and some of the first irons were very close copies of the Callaway X-16 model . Gradually the design evolved and the new Acer XK irons became the prime model for the Hireko line of discount golf clubs. The XK irons come in the regular XK design, as well as the XK Pro Series, for low handicap golfers . The Pro Series have less offset, thinner top lines, and narrower soles, three things the better players tend to prefer . If you are looking for a little more forgiveness and don’t mind giving up a bit of workability, then the Acer XK irons would be a better option . If you are looking for the most forgiveness, then the XK HT would be a good choice.
If you are looking for a good set of quality irons, with good distance, forgiveness and ample workability for a single digit handicap golfer, the Acer XK Pro Series irons is a great selection . You have two options when buying the Acer irons, you can buy fully assembled irons, or you can buy components and assemble a set. If you don’t build golf clubs, Hireko will assemble a set to meet your needs and desires. You don’t have to buy the standard 3-PW set, like from most OEM brands. You can get only those clubs you want, be it 3-PW, or 6 iron to SW. It’s all up to you. You also have the choice of shafts. Not just steal or graphite, but exactly what model shaft you like best. And to finish off your custom set, you can pick what grip you like, not just the standard old factory grip you get with most OEM brands. Need your irons a little longer or shorter than standard? Again, that’s not a problem, as Hireko can build them to your spec, or you can do it yourself if you buy components. Prices for your set will of course vary, depending on how many irons you get, which shaft you go with, and what grip you order. No matter what your choices, you will be able to get an excellent set of irons for a very good price. Only have $200 to spend? Not a problem. Just figure out which irons you want and start with those. Then you can add more later as you can afford more. That option is not available with many big name brands