Ended 2019, 14.9 HC....Past 2.5 years played Cobra F7 One Length 4i thru PW with 50, 54, 58 Cleveland RTX 3 CB Wedges.
In process of building 2020 King Forged Tec One Lengths 4i thru PW with 48, 52, 56, 60 Cleveland CBX2 Wedges all clubs PX LZ 5.0 shafted.
i3 blades from about 2000... if anyone could describe what upgrading to a modern set would be like, I am very curious. I am likely going to be using this set for this season and upgrading over the winter.
Hover around a 15 hcp, and still gaming OG Ping Rapture irons, and Glide 2.0 stealth 52° SS and 58° ES wedges.
I still game my MP-5's. Not a typical mid handicapper club, but I'm decent at my irons, and don't lack for distance on them. Every time I want to test out P790s or similar, I wonder what I would do with that 20-30 yard gap between my PW and gap wedge.
Around a 10. JPX 919 Forged, but would love the MP20 MMC, but maybe not good enough for them.
A low 80s golfer should have no issues with the MMCS.
You can always grab a 4 and 5 in HMB if you need a little help with the longer irons.
67 years old, 10 handicap, 2019 Wilson Staff MB's
JPX 825 Pro's...forgiving, not much offset
This could be something for the future. Thanks!
I am playing 2017 TaylorMade M1 irons (5-AW) and Cleveland RTX-3 wedges in 55 (bent from 56) and 60, but think I will move to 54 and 58 in my next set to better manage distance gaps.
I play Callaway Steelhead XRs in 5-AW, with the set 4h and vokey wedges. I am thinking of getting fit for a new set this season with my eye on the Mavrik Pros, but I haven't made up my mind quite yet.
I know. I know. I am in the wrong thread.
I was an 8 last year and I recommend Ping i210's.
Look and feel great. I was fitted for red dot, modus 105s shafts. Dropped 3 strokes in 1 season.
Give them a shot. You will not be disappointed.
Currently a 16, but expecting to make a lot of improvement this year! 4 and 5 G410 hybrids with HMP 6-PW and Apex CF16 wedges.
The mid to short irons change all the time but I never seem to get away from hibore 4,5,6 and have had some form of those in the bag since they came out.
Original Callaway Apex 5 - Pw
Sub 70 699 4i (at least for now, 4i seems to be a rotating spot lately)
18 HDCP. Alternating between Ping G25 and Mizuno JPX 919 Hot Metals.
G400s are in my modern bag and EYE2s are in my classic bag...
Driver PING G400 SFT (10); Alta CB 55Wood PING G400 (15.5); Alta CB 65Hybrid PING G400 (22); Alta CB 70Irons PING G400 (6-9, W, U); Alta CBWedges PING Glide 3.0 (54, 58); AWT 2.0Putter PING Vault Arna (35")
Woods Callaway Big Bertha Warbird (12, 18, 24)Irons PING Eye2 (6-9, W, S)Putter PING Darby (35")
You fancy. G400 are one of Ping’s best irons.
MP20. Decided to give them a shot and I love them. Then again I'm not a high handicap because of my ball striking, as I don't struggle to find the middle of the face. Chipping, putting, and tee shots on the other hand...
I'm hovering at an 18 HC at the moment. Titleist 718 AP1 Irons are what I've played since early 2019. Before that I had 714 AP1s since 2015 and before that Taylormade R7s...
I'm still very happy with the 718 AP1s. They are a small but noticeable improvement over my 714s.
I am a 13.9 handicap this year, I pay with Ping G410 irons (4-PW) and they play pretty good,,,I have a set of PXG 0211 iron that will get here in about a week, feel and sound....cannot compare with the G410, PXG has them beaten in all parts of the clubs.
For me, head size and distance were about the same. Top line is slightly thinner but the difference is the feel for the Mizuno. When you strike the ball right the feel and sound are bit more satisfying. In the end, I'm glad I made the switch but I'm still holding on to my Vapor Combos.
16. Cobra f9 regular length. Absolutely love the performance along with being very forgiving.
Thanks for the feedback. Going to try these and the 919T tmrw in a fitting. I think i just need to find the right shaft and i am good.
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