Nike Vapor Pro Forged for a 9 Handicap

PasatiempoPasatiempo Members Posts: 57 ✭✭
I’m currently playing cavity back forged irons which offer a bit of forgiveness - Cleveland 588 CBs. These are great irons but played blades growing up and always have the urge to put them back in the bag. Any input on the Nike Vapor Pro forged? I’m a good iron player and want the feedback from a blade but worried these could be too punishing.

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  • UtahWolverineUtahWolverine Members Posts: 392 ✭✭
    I say go for it, when I jumped from GI irons (burner 2.0) to my 2013 x-forged I actually became a better irons player
    Constantly Changing. . .
  • BlackM00NlightBlackM00Nlight IowaMembers Posts: 3,534 ✭✭
    Demanding. The vapor pro combos are better by far. Especially in the long irons.
    Mizuno ST-190G Tensei White 70X
    Mizuno ST-190TS 15* Tensei White 70X
    Nike Vapor Pro Combo 2-A wedge AMT X100 (plus 1/2" 3 up)
    Nike Engage Dual Sole 58 DG S400 (plus 1/2" 3 up)
    Nike Origin B1-01
    Nike RZN Tour Platinum

  • PasatiempoPasatiempo Members Posts: 57 ✭✭
    The Vapor Pro combos seem nice but maybe not much different from my current set. The Nike Vapor Pro blades seem like there’s some level of forgiveness with more weight towards the toe
  • BlackM00NlightBlackM00Nlight IowaMembers Posts: 3,534 ✭✭
    Good point^
    Mizuno ST-190G Tensei White 70X
    Mizuno ST-190TS 15* Tensei White 70X
    Nike Vapor Pro Combo 2-A wedge AMT X100 (plus 1/2" 3 up)
    Nike Engage Dual Sole 58 DG S400 (plus 1/2" 3 up)
    Nike Origin B1-01
    Nike RZN Tour Platinum

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