animalistic wrote on Jan 19 2006, 05:54 PM:
doesnt your sig say your usin a 2 iron?????? /cheesy.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':drinks:' />
dannypharvey wrote on Feb 18 2006, 12:07 AM:
I carry a Mizuno MP37 2 iron with a DG S300 shaft. These irons have been dubbed the hardest to hit irons out but i disagree. Personally i don't get intimidated by looking at a thin blade with no offset, infact i think it makes the game easier because it's simple to align and you can hit the thing off any lie. I'd love to see someone try and play a round at a proper links course with a set of Ping G2's or a similar set of perimeter weighted spades, simply because the blades are much more suited. (a note to people outside the U.K, mainly America. When i talk about a proper links course i don't mean something like Whistling Straights, i think that place is a joke of a links, i mean somewhere like Carnoustie, St Andrews and the majority of the courses in Scotland and Ireland, and my locals like Royal Liverpool-Open venue '06, Wallasey-local qualifying for Open '06, Royal Birkdale, Hillside....)
So anyway before i rant on about links courses for ever, I'm just trying to prove the playability of a 2 iron. Have a go of one and forget about it being intimidating, just give the thing a smooth strike and maybe one will find its way into your bag!
well said /smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' /> , not sure about whistling straits being a joke[id kill to play there!!!] but yes around me are ballybunnion and lahinch golf clubs and ping g5's on a windy day are about as much good tunnelling with a spoon, and the 2 iron[i love my blade rac 6.0,inserted so it plays 7.0] i couldnt live without one on those links /smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':D' />