UiHi Utility - Head Only

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Our new UiHi utility irons (pronounced You-Eye-High) make hitting higher, longer shots a cinch. A forged, multi-material construction packs the distance and forgiveness golfers need from long range while delivering our signature sound and feel.


UiHi utility irons feature a two-piece forged, hollow-body construction to produce higher launch angles, longer carries, and more forgiveness on both center and off-center hits.

We started with a soft 1020 carbon steel frame to create a larger clubhead with a deep cavity. The deep cavity allowed our R&D team to optimize weight distribution around the perimeter. This creates a very low, rearward Center of Gravity (CG) to help get the ball airborne quickly and maximize the size of the Effective Hitting Area.

The forged face is made of MS300 steel: an incredibly strong, hard and lightweight material. The face is laser-welded to the softer 1020 carbon steel forged frame to deliver a solid-sounding clubhead with a low-and-deep CG, maximum perimeter weighting, and loads of forgiveness.


The key to hitting quality shots from longer distances is confidence. The UiHi utility irons were created to provide just that. Head dimensions have been increased proportionally so when you look down, you won’t be intimidated.

The blade length and height, sole width, cavity depth, topline and offset have all been created to work together and to make the UiHi utility irons appear to be a much more highly lofted club. The result? You’ll swing as confidently as if you’re hitting your #7-iron instead of trying to muscle a #3-iron.

Traditional shaping, elegant design, clean lines, and a durable brushed nickel chrome finish allows UiHi to blend seamlessly with our iron sets.


To make every shot easier to negotiate, we incorporated our patented V-Sole® technology into all UiHi utility irons. The enhanced V-Sole® design is shaped to be both forgiving and prevent digging, thanks to a high-bounce leading edge and soft, lower-bounce trailing edge. In layman’s terms, that friendly sole shaping lets you make cleaner contact with the ball.

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