Bridgestone makes three cavity-back models aimed at golfers needing a little more forgiveness: the J15 DF, CB and DPF.
According to Bridgestone, these irons are aimed at mid-amateur to professional-level golfers.
While the width of the sole varies among the three, all try to help golfers get better turf interaction at impact.
These clubs offer excellent feel, tour control, and great shot shaping ability.
Bridgestone's JGR Hybrid Irons are super-game improvement irons for high-handicap golfers that need a softer feel and more forgiveness.
According to Bridgestone, the JGR Hybrid is a forged iron that has "... the lowest and deepest center of gravity of any forged iron on the market."
The JGR Hybrid Iron features Bridgestone's Ultimate Strong Metal 2.0, super-thin, super-strong face that provides maximum flex at impact. The more the face flexes at impact, the more ball speed and distance you'll get.
JGR's are only available in right hand, but right handed high-handicappers should have a lot of fun playing golf with this hybrid iron.
Bridgestone's J15DF (Driving Forged) better player irons feature a two-piece forged head with a hidden cavity between the front and rear for faster ball speeds and better forgiveness.
The J15 DF flies high and is very maneuverable and responsive.
Forgiveness is very good with consistent direction on mis-hits.
Consistent control is a hallmark of this iron and better players will like its versatility and dependability.
Bridgestone's J15 MB Irons are aimed at low-handicap to professional golfers.