Anyone see this on Instagram? I am assuming Artisan but not sure.
Tiger will be jealous with Mike's new Blades! 😮
I don't see many people buying the "Patrick Reed" edition irons.
The market feels limited to August State Alumni. Feels like a small market.
DRIVER: PING G410 Plus - PX Hzrdus Black 6.5 -1/4"
3W: Titleist TS2 - PX Evenflow White 6.0
HYBRIDS: PXG 0317 3H - PX HC Hzrdus Black 6.5, PING G410 4H - PX Evenflow Black 6.0 +1/2"
IRONS: PXG Gen 3 0311T 5-GW - KBS C-Taper Lite 115g X-Stiff +1"
WEDGES: Vokey SM7 54.10S, Vokey SM7 58.08M - Wedge Flex +1"
PUTTER: Taylormade MySpider X - 36.00" 3* Loft 71* Lie
The font looks like hogan irons. I am not sure what that logo is though. Could be Mike Taylor specials.
I was thinking it's the Founders golf logo.
Definately looks like Artisan's work. Those are going to be money.
what's old is new again !!
Wouldn't be surprised if they have the same RAZR MB/MB1 shape from address. He was quite fond of those.
Patrick Reed Artisan wedges from 2 years ago...
Super generic looking, but maybe he was after a retro vibe
Taylormade M5 - 10.5* - Mitsubishi Diamana DF 70 TX
Taylormade M3 - 15* - Mitsubishi Tensei Pro Blue 80 TX
Taylormade 17’ M1 3H 19* - Graphite Design AD DI 105X
Mizuno MP18 SC - 4-PW - KBS C Taper 130X
Titleist Vokey SM7 - 50* 54* 60* - DG S400
SWAG Handsome 2
$10 bucks says he plays the cally protos when its time to tee it up.. Also, with his last statement I do not think those are artisan. Plus, to me they do not look like artisan. I could be wrong though.
The bird logo is Patrick Reed's personal logo, also used for his website, foundation, and seen on his wedges
Titleist 915 D3 8.5*
Titleist 915F 15*
Titleist 915H 21*
Mizuno JPX 919 Tour 4-PW
Titleist Vokey 50* 54* 58*
Scotty Cameron Studio Style Newport 1.5
Simply the fact they'd be available to the public should indicate they likely aren't Artisan (could very well be wrong), can't imagine those guys producing irons for Patrick Reed to introduce to market. But I'm wrong more often than not on WRX...
That is 100% my thinking as well.
While I am not a huge fan of Patrick Reed. That logo is solid.
I could see maybe 2 sets of these selling. Both going to fans of his.
The font used in "Forged" looks familiar for some reason. Is there another manufacturer using that font on irons/wedges?
When I talked with Mike last month (wedge and putter fitting day), he said he wasn't any where near having irons ready seeing that he just got his wedge heads close to where he wanted them
No more golf until Spring.
How about Hogan? The sunburst logo would look good where PR's personal logo is. The FW blades are getting a little long in the tooth. Just spitballing here.
Hogan isn't in the position to handle anything in custom fitting. If they were to make those irons, they'd be online only. Hogan jumped out there too far and too fast without the capital to do so. I really think Artisan will spin up a limited run. There's too much club building experience under one roof to not give that a go, even for 100 sets or so. One thing for sure, they're going to take their time and do it right.
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We'll have to wait and see but I didn't see anything about these being a custom fit option. One thing I did notice is the back of that iron shares some shaping similarity with the details of the back of the Hogan Equalizer wedges.
They look like a homage to Hogan's, not bad.
I like everything about them aside from being associated with Patrick Reed. The blade has a very MG2 look to them.
According to the gram they are made by Grindworks
Man, those irons are sick!!
Grindworks co in Japan
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