Aspire Pro X Ladies Golf Clubs Review 2021
It’s hard enough finding women’s golf clubs designed for low handicap players without having to cobble together a complete set with individual clubs.
Still, that’s the only choice for a lot of players because good women’s golf club sets are shamefully rare.
Rare, but not non-existent. Case in point: the Aspire Pro X ladies golf club set.
The Aspire Pro X clubs have gotten a lot of attention lately but are they the right clubs for you? Find out by reading our comprehensive review.
Aspire Pro X Overview
“The Aspire Pro X ladies golf club set was designed for mid to low handicappers who want great distance coverage from tee to pin.”
The Aspire Pro X ladies golf club set includes a driver, 3 wood, #4 and #5 hybrids, irons 7 through 9, pitching wedge, sand wedge and putter.
The cart that it comes with is a cart bag and it includes a rain hood. There are also 4 head covers for the clubs. This entire set is a great value at just around $500.
We were initially really excited to test the irons in this set. Right out of the box, you could see the deep cavity back design and the pronounced undercut sole. To us, this meant high launch and forgiveness and we were not wrong.
The set looks really nice in the black and pink cart bag. The clubs fit in the wells snugly and the bag itself has plenty of storage.
The clubs start with a titanium driver. This driver feels really smooth to swing and it sounds even better when you hit the sweet spot just right. It’s set to 12 degrees of loft so while it doesn’t have the highest launch, it does produce piercing shot speed.
The 3 wood head has a nice aerodynamic head design. For intermediate players, this will be beneficial to help you get your club head speed up. For more advanced players, it will make it easier to get better distance off the deck.
You get 2 hybrid woods in the Aspire Pro X ladies golf club set which, is nice because they help fill in the distance gap of the sole fairway wood in the set. The hybrids have a high MOI so they are forgiving while still producing good distance.
The irons are where this set really shines. You get irons 7 through 9 and each one has a pronounced cavity back and weights in the toe and hosel to increase MOI and forgiveness. The lower sole weight will also help you launch the ball high.
The sand and pitching wedges both swing like a dream. They are a little on the heavy side but that helps with launch.
The putter has a very smooth face insert that promotes forward roll. It has a bent hosel so you can clearly see your ball in relation to the club head.
“The Aspire Pro X performs well from the driver to the putter but they would be more aptly wielded in the hands of mid to low handicappers.”