Range: 180-200yds (163-219m)
Irons are numbered according to the angle of the face - the lower the number the steeper the face.
Only the best players take on a two iron with confidence.
Most amateurs prefer to hit a three-wood or plan to take two shots over the distance.
It is also possible to buy a one iron, also known as a 'driving iron'.
But this club is considered one to avoid unless you are a technically good player.
Professional players use it to play controlled shots long and low - like hooking the ball low around trees.