Looking for a good component set of irons

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preferably a forged blade if possible
Well I was looking at picking up an old set Mizy MP 14's just to use as a range club, and to try out a set of blades. I was really only looking to spend like $100 too (yes I know I am cheap image/black eye.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':black eye:' /> ).



Then I started thinking about just picking up a component set of blades, and getting only the 4,6,8,pw just to try out.



Any suggestion on a good set of component blades, preferably w/ zero offset, or just little if any.



Thanks for your help.
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  • dickmfhdickmfh Members  71WRX Points: 0Posts: 71
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    Wishon. But good is not necessarily cheap
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  • rymail00rymail00 Members  6705WRX Points: 159Handicap: 6Posts: 6,705 Titanium Tees
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    dickmfh wrote on Dec 3 2009, 08:09 PM:
    Wishon. But good is not necessarily cheap






    I am not saying Wishon makes a cheap club. I have found some component heads that were pretty cheaply priced, ranging fro 12.90-19.95 a head. I guess I am really only looking for 4,6,8,pw, I really have no need for a whole set anyways. Also I am looking to build a partial set for hopefully no more than $100.
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    rymail00 2018 WITB http://www.golfwrx.c...witb-pic-heavy/

    TM M1 430 8.5* Tour Issue w/ Tensei CK Pro White 70s (with high gloss SLDR finish from Continental Golf)
    Titleist 917 F3 15* D+ 80s
    Titleist 915H 21* D+ 90s
    Titleist 915H 24* D+ 90s
    Titleist AP2 718, 5-50* Steelfiber i95s
    Scratch TD DW 54* 58* KBS HiRev
    Odyssey Metal X Milled 330M (current gamer)
    Ping Scottsdale TR B60
    TP Mills Heritage 349g
    Byron Morgan 006 355g
    Byron Morgan Makers Proof #4/5 solid copper
    C&L CL1 368g
    Scotty Cameron Newport Studio Style
  • golfbum9golfbum9 Members  2914WRX Points: 0Posts: 2,914
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    Wishon 555
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  • JavitronJavitron Members  179WRX Points: 0Posts: 179
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    KZG ZO is the way to go for an relatively inexpensive quality forged blade. Check them out.
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    Ciotog99 wrote on Dec 3 2009, 09:12 PM:
    Wishon 555




    Actually on the top of my list, dead **** image/man_in_love.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':man_in_love:' />
    BENCHMADE wrote on Dec 3 2009, 09:40 PM:


    I am going to check that out right now thanks.


    Javitron wrote on Dec 3 2009, 09:41 PM:
    KZG ZO is the way to go for an relatively inexpensive quality forged blade. Check them out.




    Oh yeah, KZG. I forgot about them, I'll have to check them out now too. Thanks!!
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    rymail00 2018 WITB http://www.golfwrx.c...witb-pic-heavy/

    TM M1 430 8.5* Tour Issue w/ Tensei CK Pro White 70s (with high gloss SLDR finish from Continental Golf)
    Titleist 917 F3 15* D+ 80s
    Titleist 915H 21* D+ 90s
    Titleist 915H 24* D+ 90s
    Titleist AP2 718, 5-50* Steelfiber i95s
    Scratch TD DW 54* 58* KBS HiRev
    Odyssey Metal X Milled 330M (current gamer)
    Ping Scottsdale TR B60
    TP Mills Heritage 349g
    Byron Morgan 006 355g
    Byron Morgan Makers Proof #4/5 solid copper
    C&L CL1 368g
    Scotty Cameron Newport Studio Style
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    Don't forget about the Snake Eyes 675b's. Excellent reviews. Most like them better than any OEM offerings.



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  • rymail00rymail00 Members  6705WRX Points: 159Handicap: 6Posts: 6,705 Titanium Tees
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    The KZG irons are nice. I was looking at the ZO Bade. In big black letters it says "ZERO OFFSET" but then you check the specs and there is offset? Plus I have a feeling that these are more than $20 a head. I am just using them to bang balls at the range to warm before rounds, kinda just a beater set. Plus I only want to grab a 4,6,8,pw, so a full set is not needed. I see some places I can get choose what heads I want, and some its the traditional 3-pw. I just want to be able to choose the 4,6,8,pw. Anyone know the $$$ for some of these KZG heads?









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    rymail00 2018 WITB http://www.golfwrx.c...witb-pic-heavy/

    TM M1 430 8.5* Tour Issue w/ Tensei CK Pro White 70s (with high gloss SLDR finish from Continental Golf)
    Titleist 917 F3 15* D+ 80s
    Titleist 915H 21* D+ 90s
    Titleist 915H 24* D+ 90s
    Titleist AP2 718, 5-50* Steelfiber i95s
    Scratch TD DW 54* 58* KBS HiRev
    Odyssey Metal X Milled 330M (current gamer)
    Ping Scottsdale TR B60
    TP Mills Heritage 349g
    Byron Morgan 006 355g
    Byron Morgan Makers Proof #4/5 solid copper
    C&L CL1 368g
    Scotty Cameron Newport Studio Style
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    pat6969 wrote on Dec 3 2009, 10:08 PM:
    Don't forget about the Snake Eyes 675b's. Excellent reviews. Most like them better than any OEM offerings.



    Pat




    +1 on Snake Eyes. Tolerances are tighter than OEM's, right? Throw in some spined Project X or Dynamic Golds and you got yourself a bitchin' set! They look sweet, too!
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  • MadGolfer76MadGolfer76 MaineMembers  20333WRX Points: 899Posts: 20,333 Titanium Tees
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    pat6969 wrote on Dec 3 2009, 10:08 PM:
    Don't forget about the Snake Eyes 675b's. Excellent reviews. Most like them better than any OEM offerings.



    Pat




    +1 on Snake Eyes. Tolerances are tighter than OEM's, right? Throw in some spined Project X or Dynamic Golds and you got yourself a bitchin' set! They look sweet, too!
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  • rymail00rymail00 Members  6705WRX Points: 159Handicap: 6Posts: 6,705 Titanium Tees
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    MadGolfer76 wrote on Dec 4 2009, 12:24 AM:
    pat6969 wrote on Dec 3 2009, 10:08 PM:
    Don't forget about the Snake Eyes 675b's. Excellent reviews. Most like them better than any OEM offerings.



    Pat




    +1 on Snake Eyes. Tolerances are tighter than OEM's, right? Throw in some spined Project X or Dynamic Golds and you got yourself a bitchin' set! They look sweet, too!






    Yeah I do want to throw the same shafts that I am playing in my gamers into the backup/beater/range set. I found them on golfworks but was kinda confused on how they sell them. You first choose hand, right/left. Then head and the choices are 5, 8, 9, or pw? Now is that 5 total heads, 8 total heads, or 9 total heads? This makes sence to me. But there is also a choice of PW by itself? Does this mean you can buy just the 5 iron, or just an 8 iron, etc....?



    Its probably a simpler than I am making out to be I guessing? Anyone know what that means?



    Here is the link. Also $26 is more than I want to spend on each head but still its pretty **** cheap. Maybe I'll go 4,6 cavity back (like my EZ-1/AR-1, probably more towards an AR-1 style players cavity), and maybe 8, pw blades?

    http://www.golfsmith.com/products/SE2575/S...orged_Iron_Head
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    rymail00 2018 WITB http://www.golfwrx.c...witb-pic-heavy/

    TM M1 430 8.5* Tour Issue w/ Tensei CK Pro White 70s (with high gloss SLDR finish from Continental Golf)
    Titleist 917 F3 15* D+ 80s
    Titleist 915H 21* D+ 90s
    Titleist 915H 24* D+ 90s
    Titleist AP2 718, 5-50* Steelfiber i95s
    Scratch TD DW 54* 58* KBS HiRev
    Odyssey Metal X Milled 330M (current gamer)
    Ping Scottsdale TR B60
    TP Mills Heritage 349g
    Byron Morgan 006 355g
    Byron Morgan Makers Proof #4/5 solid copper
    C&L CL1 368g
    Scotty Cameron Newport Studio Style
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  • tr0dddtr0ddd Richmond, VA Members  490WRX Points: 0Posts: 490
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    Just saw a set of mizuno zoids 2-PW and he through in a 983 titleist driver for 70 bucks on ebay, wish i coulda told you to grab em
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    Golfsmith has Srixon 701 tours for $299. I bought a set and they are sweet.
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    rymail00 wrote on Dec 3 2009, 11:41 PM:
    MadGolfer76 wrote on Dec 4 2009, 12:24 AM:
    pat6969 wrote on Dec 3 2009, 10:08 PM:
    Don't forget about the Snake Eyes 675b's. Excellent reviews. Most like them better than any OEM offerings.



    Pat




    +1 on Snake Eyes. Tolerances are tighter than OEM's, right? Throw in some spined Project X or Dynamic Golds and you got yourself a bitchin' set! They look sweet, too!






    Yeah I do want to throw the same shafts that I am playing in my gamers into the backup/beater/range set. I found them on golfworks but was kinda confused on how they sell them. You first choose hand, right/left. Then head and the choices are 5, 8, 9, or pw? Now is that 5 total heads, 8 total heads, or 9 total heads? This makes sence to me. But there is also a choice of PW by itself? Does this mean you can buy just the 5 iron, or just an 8 iron, etc....?



    Its probably a simpler than I am making out to be I guessing? Anyone know what that means?



    Here is the link. Also $26 is more than I want to spend on each head but still its pretty **** cheap. Maybe I'll go 4,6 cavity back (like my EZ-1/AR-1, probably more towards an AR-1 style players cavity), and maybe 8, pw blades?

    http://www.golfsmith.com/products/SE2575/S...orged_Iron_Head








    I think those are the individual heads. If you go forward a screen to "checkout" it will show you the price and you can compare $$ to find out. You can always back out.



    I was really surprised that they only have those heads left in stock!? I was trying to see if they have the replacement out yet and it doesn't appear that they do. Too bad, too, because they are sweet. You might be able to find a set on ebay. Some clubmakers advertise them on there.
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    In the Wishon tech letter that just came out the 550's are selling for $100 for a 3-PW plus 550 c sw. Thats about $12 a head. If I hadn't have just bought a couple of Nickent sets I would jump on these.
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