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TR20 P Irons

TR20 Irons deliver beautifully crafted performance with hand-shaped profiles and tour level performance.  Honma’s experienced Takumi combine traditional blade shapes with modern topline and sole proportions, and high performance back designs.  Premium made in Sakata Japan Honma VIZARD graphite iron shafts provide exceptional feel, distance and control.

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Player preferred profile and forged body with tour accepted but market playable blade length.


Strong lofts for distance with the cavity and sole designed for playable trajectory.


Deep pocket cavity, thin fast L-cup face, and tungsten sole weighting.


The sole width, low CG, and high MOI design is fast and forgiving.

TR20P Iron Spec

Head 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Length (IN)  38.5 38 37.5 37 36.5 36 35.5 35
Loft (DEG) 21° 24° 27° 31° 35° 39° 43° 48°
Lie Angle (DEG) 61° 61.5° 62° 62.5° 63° 63.5° 64° 64°
Offset (MM) 3.5 3.3 3.1 2.9 2.8 2.6 2.4 2.4

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Game changers

As an older (over 65 golfer)golfer I have gone from a 8 handicap to a 14 in the last 5 years, mostly due to back issues that result in range of motion and accuracy issues. I was still hitting my Callaway Mavrik Pro 7 iron about 160 yards but was losing accuracy late in the round. My back doc told me to try graphite shafts to help with vibration. I picked up the TR20P irons with the Vizard shafts. WOW they launch higher and are about 3-5 yards longer than my Mavrik Pro's with better accuracy. Used them on the course for the first time last week in Cabo. 1'st round produced a score of 81 and the second round 78. First time I've been able to break 80 in 3 years and I was far less fatigued after the round. I'm a believer in these clubs and they will be in the bag a long time,

Shaun Peterson
Players profile with tons of power

Previously gamed the XP-1's, but was looking for more feel. These TR20p irons are far more traditional sizing. They look clean and classic. Smaller head size, but a standard/thicker top line that inspires confidence.

These irons pack power and absolutely fly when struck solid. Fat shots still got up reasonably well; I was very impressed with thin strikes - the ball still flew and didn't feel terrible. Overall sound and feel were good. Stock Nippon Modus shafts are nice! Stock grips were average.