I have a set of these: 23, 27, 31, 35, 39, 43 Ft Worth irons, then to the TK wedges: 48, 53, 58, 63. which I bought in April 2015.
You should have a consistent ball contact, and like bladed, or near bladed clubs. The irons play great, feel really solid on contact, slide through the turf well to give a lovely consistent trajectory. Pretty easy to shape the ball, or hit it higher or lower off decent lies. Quality clubs.
They have stopped making the TK wedges (a real shame), but have brought out a new "Ft Worth Black" model which look good. Hopefully, they will make matching wedges, too.
They were sending out Demo Clubs in the mail to try within the USA - I don't know whether they are still doing that?
Bag as of 14MAY2019
Driver - Cobra F9 Speedback w/ Evenflow White 76x
3w - Cobra F8 w/ HZRDS RED 6.5
Hybrid - Cobra F7 w/ Fuji VTS Silver Stiff
Irons - Titleist 718 AP2 w/ AMT S300 Tour White 4-9
Wedges Titleist SM7 w/ AMT S300 Tour White 46/50/54/60
Putter - Odyssey O-Works #7
Brian Butters wrote:
My set of Hogan Fort Worth Black irons arrived a few days ago. One extended range session and 18 holes with them so far.
Absolutely gorgeous to look at. Black UST Recoil shafts are an awesome match with the black heads.
Took a gamble on shafts due to unavailability of demo clubs and hit it bang on. F2 flex is what I need at this stage of a long golf career and they're going straight and high.
Longer by half a club in the P-9-8 than the TM PSi 760s I have been playing. Other lofts pretty much right on the TMs for distance although flying higher with seemingly less spin throughout.
Added bonus is that the P wedge acts as a very serviceable club for chipping; I think the V-sole definitely helps with turf interaction off tight lies around the green.
Purchase was seamless; delivery to Canada took a bit longer than expected but not a biggie.
First set of Hogans for me, so the discovery of the pure feeling of a well struck shot was much as I have heard it described by you longtime Hogan aficionados.
Looking forward to a longer breaking-in process but they're in the bag now!
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