Current Irons with a Beveled Leading Edge?
Looking for help from the collective Golfwrx motherbrain, here...
I have had two very well known clubmakers (both of which have been interviewed on this site) tell me that I need a beveled leading edge on my irons (and wedges). I am VERY shallow and don't hit down on my irons nearly as much as I should. I might come down 2 degrees with shorter irons (not nearly enough). With longer irons we are talking like 1 degree....I know, I know.
YES I KNOW THIS IS A SWING ISSUE. But, I have playing golf for 30 years, play to about a 5 and have two kids that severely limit range time. My swing isn't changing any time soon....
I spoke with Ian Fraser at the PGA Show (great guy) and he mentioned the TM 760 and Titleist T100. So, I've added those to the "try" list.
I would ask the clubmakers mentioned above, but I always feel a bit bad asking a club maker what OTHER brands fit me, particularly when their sets are $3,500 and that's not in the cards for me.
So, bottom line -
What current iron models have a beveled leading edge?
How/why does it help a player with my tendencies (I assume that it "brings" the leading edge closer to the ground for a guy who isn't doing that by his action...?
Thanks in advance to y'all.
Just another guy junkie trying to get the right clubs in his hands (until he talks himself out of it again) :)