The Top Golf Iron Sets for Handicappers

Golfers have long argued about which of the available golf iron sets today are the best. Names like Mizuno, Titleist, and PING have been tossed around along with other major sports brands, such as Nike. The dispute goes on and on, and while the brand name really doesn’t matter, the actual set usually does. To help the average golfer, here’s a feature on two of the most used irons fit for the handicappers:

Mizuno’s JPX EZ Forged series. While average golfers greatly benefit from cavity back irons, which are made through investment casting, forged iron muscle-backs generally kill those who are just starting out because of the high level of skill required to take advantage of its design.

But this is not the case with the JPX EZ Forged series. Designed for players with a handicap between 8 and 18, it features Mizuno’s patented Grain Flow Forge technology from its forged irons while incorporating their designs from the highly successful JPX EZ series. This combination gives the JPX EZ Forged set the solid feel of a forged iron head while still being very forgiving, something that improves a golfer’s game. For golf techies, here’s arundown of the JPX EZ Forged technology from Mizuno:

• This is forged from a single piece of billet for a more solid feel.

• Max undercut design (4-7), giving the club a larger rebound area as compared to other brands.

• It has a deep CG to make shots look effortless

• Multi thickness face: This allows for higher ball velocity.

• Harmonic Impact Technology (H.I.T): Not only does it feel great, it sounds great too.

• Custom Set Make Ups: Customers can get mixed sets, or get ones with alternatives.

Given high praise by a lot of golf magazines and golf equipment reviews online, it’s definitely one of the best out there.

Golf IronsTitleist’s AP2series. The AP from Titleist’s flagship line of golf iron sets means Advanced Performance. And the AP2 gives players just that. It earned gold in the 2013 Golf Digest Hot List for Irons. Players love the idea of the dual cavity design which allows for more consistent speed, even on miss-hits. Like most modern irons, it combines the best of muscle back heads to those of cavity back heads for an optimum club aimed at game improvement. Its long iron and mid irons in particular are designed with better weight distribution to allow for more consistent distance from hits while still being workable. That being said, this means you need a better handicap than most casual golfers to be able to use the long irons. Here’s a brief list of the technology in AP2s for those who want a sneak peak, courtesy of Titleist:

• Longer Flight with optimum trajectory. Superior carry distance all thanks to higher launching, low center of gravity long irons and thicker and flatter launching short irons.

• Increased Play ability because of the dual cavity and the tungsten weight.

• Solid Feel throughout the set from progressive CG (lower in the long irons).

• Superior Appearance with a satin polish playing position and bright cavity highlights.

Between these two, the Mizuno JPX EZ Forged looks like the better choice for your average golfers, but is also playable for the serious player. The AP2 is really suited for golfers with a higher level of skill, though not quite as much skill as those on the tour, amateur or professional. There is still the MP series for those who favour Mizuno golf iron sets, which is similar to the AP2 in its workability. For those who favour Titleist clubs, the AP1 series is the next best thing, especially for those who want to improve their game but don’t necessarily have the skills for the AP2.

Author Bio:

Golf clubs refer to the equipment used to hit the ball. There are many types of clubs, and golf irons set is one of them.

Key Information on the Human Chorionic Gonadotropin

The Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) is a glycoprotein hormone which plays a vital role in human reproduction.

Primary Function:

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin is accepted by a trans-membrane receptor: luteinizing hormone receptor (LHR), lutropin/choriogonadotropin receptor (LCGR) or luteinizing hormone/choriogonadotropin receptor (LHCGR) of the ovary and stimulates the maintenance of the corpus luteum, temporary endocrine structure in female mammals involved in the production of high levels of progesterone, estradiol and inhibin A.

High levels of progesterone thicken the uterus wall with a thick lining of capillaries and blood vessels to be able to sustain a growing fetus. This hormone also protects the fetus from harmful immune cells from the mother during its early development. This is due to the net negative molecular charge of HCG which repels the other immune cells which also has a net negative charge and HCG also prevents the deterioration of the corpus luteum.

Production:

hcgThis hormone is produced by the syncytiotrophoblast in the placenta alongside other hormones such as progesterone, human placental lactogen and leptin. This hormone can then be extracted from pregnant women’s urine or artificially produced using recombinant DNA technology from cultures of modified cells.

Structure:

Bearing the chemical formula C1105H1770N318O336S26, HCG is a large molecule with molecular mass 25719.70 amu. It’s composed of 273 amino acids divided into two subunits: Alpha subunit (92 amino acids) and Beta subunit (145 amino acids). These two subunits generate a small hydrophobic core enclosed in a high surface area-to-volume ratio of 2.8 times that of the core. The outer amino acids are hydrophilic thus maintaining the stability of the molecule.

Medical Application:

Blood or urine concentrations of HCG is used to determine pregnancy, with blood levels reliably indicating positive results earlier than its urine counterpart. The urine test is extensively used in commercial pregnancy tests and is widely available from over the counter pharmaceutical outlets.These tests may also give a preview to how healthy the pregnancy is and any abnormalities it might be facing.

Blood concentration levels of HCG may also indicate abnormalities in a healthy non-pregnant individual and can be used as a marker for tumor and may be used to detect some cancers in both men and women.

Synthetic induction of this hormone is also used to induce ovulation of the ovaries for females and promote testosterone production in males. Direct injection of HCG through the bloodstream is also used for artificial ovulation or induced ovulation treatments which is a very important stage in the artificial means of reproduction such as in vitro fertilization and surrogacy.

It also bears potential applications to cell differentiation, contraceptive technology, immunosuppression during pregnancy to prevent fetal rejection, and immunology. However, clinical trials have yet to discover a second generation of reagents which could be used in vaccines that would be safe and effective when used in humans.

Conclusion

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin is a naturally occurring hormone that has worked wonders for modern medicine. It has been present since the beginning of man and has heavily influenced the healthcare of today, from early pregnancy detection to assisting in the reproduction of individuals who are facing reproduction problems such as infertility and erratic hormonal cycles. HCG also holds potential in the world of performance-enhancing drugs and has seen an increase with various anabolic androgenic steroid cycles and therefore resulted in the ban against HCG in some sports.

HCG induced diet for weight loss purposes has been proven ineffective and there’s no scientific evidence that HCG works as a treatment for obesity since the analysis found insufficient evidence that HCG affects fat distribution and hunger reduction. Therefore, aside from pregnancy or fertility related issues, HCG should not be used to treat any other condition without proper medical prescription.

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