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You, the GolfWRX members, have spoken regarding the best blade irons of 2018: http://www.golfwrx.com/518238/golfwrx-members-choice-the-best-blade-irons-of-2018/<br />
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Now, we want to hear what you think are the best players irons, and why. <br />
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Please select the top THREE from the list of players irons (which exclude blade offerings) and tell us why you picked those three in the comment thread below. <br />
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Thanks!!
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  • Bomber_11Bomber_11 Enjoy the Chase. ClubWRX  3582WRX Points: 160Posts: 3,582 ClubWRX
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    Ping iBlade - easily the most aesthetically pleasing of the irons listed. Feels great, hydro-pearl finish (along with being a cast iron) keeps bag chatter to a minimum. If I didn't play Apex MB's I'd be playing iBlade's.<br />
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    Titleist 718AP2 - the perennial favorite among Titleist staffers for good reason. All of the technology of a CB in a thin, pleasing package. Looks sharp, feels crisp.<br />
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    Titleist 718CB - The lost middle child between AP2 and MB. Probably the most underrated offering in Titleist's line year in and year out. I think if more people who were leaning toward AP2's or T-MB's gave the CB a chance, they'd end up playing them.<br />
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    Kinda wish JPX900 Tour's came out in '18 so they could dominate this post. Best players iron I've hit.
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    Ping G400 Max 9* w/ Accra Tour Z RPG 462 M5+
    Taylormade M2 15* Deep Face w/ KuroKage DC XT70TX
    Taylormade P790 UDI 2i w/ HZRDUS HC Black 6.5
    Mizuno JPX919 Tour 4-PW w/ DG TI X100
    Taylormade MG2 50/54/58 w/ DG TI S400
    Taylormade Spider X Chalk White
    Nike Prodigy Staff Bag
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  • SefSef Members  934WRX Points: 98Handicap: 7Posts: 934 Golden Tee
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    The FG Tour V6 is #1 for me. I have played them for 2 seasons and they are everything you could want in a players iron.<br />
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    The King Forged Tour are second, very playable, accurate, and more forgiveness than i expected from them.<br />
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    The 718 CB is 3rd, just solid clubs.
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    Callaway Epic Flash SZ Triple Diamond 9* - Fuji Pro 2.0 70X
    Callaway 816 Alpha 3w - Rogue I/O 70X
    Callaway X2 Hot Pro 19* 5w - Tour Green 75X
    Ping S55 4-pw - Project X LZ 7.0
    Glide 2.0 Stealth 51, 56, and 60 - DG X100
    Scotty Cameron Newport 3
  • SefSef Members  934WRX Points: 98Handicap: 7Posts: 934 Golden Tee
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    Bomber_11 wrote:
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    Ping iBlade - easily the most aesthetically pleasing of the irons listed. Feels great, hydro-pearl finish (along with being a cast iron) keeps bag chatter to a minimum. If I didn't play Apex MB's I'd be playing iBlade's.<br />
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    Titleist 718AP2 - the perennial favorite among Titleist staffers for good reason. All of the technology of a CB in a thin, pleasing package. Looks sharp, feels crisp.<br />
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    Titleist 718CB - The lost middle child between AP2 and MB. Probably the most underrated offering in Titleist's line year in and year out. I think if more people who were leaning toward AP2's or T-MB's gave the CB a chance, they'd end up playing them.<br />
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    Kinda wish JPX900 Tour's came out in '18 so they could dominate this post. Best players iron I've hit.<br />
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    <br />
    Odd that the JPX 900 Tour isn’t on the list, the V6 and King Forged Tour both released in 2017 and are present.
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    Callaway Epic Flash SZ Triple Diamond 9* - Fuji Pro 2.0 70X
    Callaway 816 Alpha 3w - Rogue I/O 70X
    Callaway X2 Hot Pro 19* 5w - Tour Green 75X
    Ping S55 4-pw - Project X LZ 7.0
    Glide 2.0 Stealth 51, 56, and 60 - DG X100
    Scotty Cameron Newport 3
  • joeplus2joeplus2 Whoa...Barry Sanders! Members  113WRX Points: 2Handicap: +.2Posts: 113 Bunkers
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    It would take a heck of a complete iron to remove AP2's from my bag. What more could one want?
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  • jonn443jonn443 Jonnystx Members  4649WRX Points: 249Posts: 4,649 Titanium Tees
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    joeplus2 wrote:
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    It would take a heck of a complete iron to remove AP2's from my bag. What more could one want?<br />
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    Something soft...J15CBs. 😁
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    AB TP 10.5*/ DI6X
    AB TP 3HL / 757
    XTD 19*/ Fubuki Ax
    DWS 24*/ VS Proto
    J15 CB 5-PW/ Modus 3 125S
    X-Forged MD (50*, 56* 60*)
    Spider Si/ SS Mid SLim 2.0
  • dlarocca1dlarocca1 Members  127WRX Points: 19Handicap: 10Posts: 127 Fairways
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    I have <br />
    Titleist AP2: great consistent club year after year<br />
    Mizuno MP18SC: one of the best feeling irons I have ever hit<br />
    PXG 0311T: Went to a fitting and this club gave me above and beyond the best numbers on issue is price but buy them if you got it.<br />
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  • bladehunterbladehunter south carolinaMembers  30917WRX Points: 7,193Handicap: NONEPosts: 30,917 Titanium Tees
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    It’s Vega VDC-01 and there isn’t a close second. if you haven’t hit them you havent hit the best. From sole design to the low low offset to the large amount of forgiveness in the softest forging in golf ( literally softest made ) .
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  • oz dee ceeoz dee cee Members  513WRX Points: 103Posts: 513 Golden Tee
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    I’d love to know what irons are actually in the bag, being played. By this pole and the blade pole, Mizuno are dominating the market. But I wouldn’t of thought they actually have the sales to match these stats.
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  • klbcecklbcec Members  583WRX Points: 121Posts: 583 Golden Tee
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    Sef wrote:
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    The FG Tour V6 is #1 for me. I have played them for 2 seasons and they are everything you could want in a players iron.<br />
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    The King Forged Tour are second, very playable, accurate, and more forgiveness than i expected from them.<br />
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    The 718 CB is 3rd, just solid clubs.<br />
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    I am sure this is true. I have the FG Tour V4's after playing MP 33's for at least a dozen years followed by the Ping S55's for a year and the MP 4's for a couple years.<br />
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    I found the FG V4's to be great clubs - won two club championships with them. I believe the latest Wilsons are vastly under appreciated.
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  • jefftomahawkjefftomahawk Members  1056WRX Points: 102Posts: 1,056 Platinum Tees
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    While not good enough to play them, love the looks of the PXG 0311T irons , intriguing and costly.
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  • BForresterBForrester Unregistered  1261WRX Points: 0Posts: 1,261
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    oz dee cee wrote:
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    I'd love to know what irons are actually in the bag, being played. By this pole and the blade pole, Mizuno are dominating the market. But I wouldn't of thought they actually have the sales to match these stats.<br />
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    <br />
    Bear in mind that of the golfing public, a very small subset participates in the various online forums. WRX is hardly a representative sample of the population.<br />
    <br />
    Put another way, no statistician worth his salt would base a study on responses from the golf forums.
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    Taylormade M1 8.5o Aldila Tour Green 70x 44"
    Taylormade RBZ 3w 15o Aldila Tour Blue 70x
    Taylormade Rescue Dual 19o R-Flex
    Mizuno JPX-850 Forged 4-GW DG S300
    Mizuno S5 (54, 58)
    Odyssey Tank Cruiser #1
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  • Drewmiller07Drewmiller07 North carolinaMembers  207WRX Points: 106Handicap: I’m Okay I guess. Posts: 207 Fairways
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    Ap2’s all the way. I’ve had them for about 6 months ago and if titleist stays consistent with how they make them, I’ll never switch. It like cutting through butter with a hot knife. They also allow for excellent shot shaping<br />
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    The iblades were my second just because of the soft feeling to the ball. I only used them during a fitting but they were a close second to the ap2’s
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  • jonn443jonn443 Jonnystx Members  4649WRX Points: 249Posts: 4,649 Titanium Tees
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    <br />
    Ap2’s all the way. I’ve had them for about 6 months ago and if titleist stays consistent with how they make them, I’ll never switch. It like cutting through butter with a hot knife. They also allow for excellent shot shaping<br />
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    The iblades were my second just because of the soft feeling to the ball. I only used them during a fitting but they were a close second to the ap2’s<br />
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    Titleist cannot compete with the softness of Mizuno and Endo Forging... period. <br />
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    They are crisp but clicky... always have been and I don't see that changing. That said, they do perform well, as seen and proven on Tour weekly. You do need to be a rather good ball striker to get full performance from AP2s...there are at least 4 sets of Player CBs that are more forgiving; 750s, J15CB, X-Forged, and 745s to name a few. <br />
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    Ironically, those same four sets are also softer. 😏
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    AB TP 10.5*/ DI6X
    AB TP 3HL / 757
    XTD 19*/ Fubuki Ax
    DWS 24*/ VS Proto
    J15 CB 5-PW/ Modus 3 125S
    X-Forged MD (50*, 56* 60*)
    Spider Si/ SS Mid SLim 2.0
  • Redjeep83Redjeep83 Members  6073WRX Points: 601Posts: 6,073 Titanium Tees
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    Sef wrote:
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    Bomber_11 wrote:
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    Ping iBlade - easily the most aesthetically pleasing of the irons listed. Feels great, hydro-pearl finish (along with being a cast iron) keeps bag chatter to a minimum. If I didn't play Apex MB's I'd be playing iBlade's.<br />
    <br />
    Titleist 718AP2 - the perennial favorite among Titleist staffers for good reason. All of the technology of a CB in a thin, pleasing package. Looks sharp, feels crisp.<br />
    <br />
    Titleist 718CB - The lost middle child between AP2 and MB. Probably the most underrated offering in Titleist's line year in and year out. I think if more people who were leaning toward AP2's or T-MB's gave the CB a chance, they'd end up playing them.<br />
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    Kinda wish JPX900 Tour's came out in '18 so they could dominate this post. Best players iron I've hit.<br />
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    Odd that the JPX 900 Tour isn’t on the list, the V6 and King Forged Tour both released in 2017 and are present.<br />
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    <br />
    Jon 900 tour won this contest last year and is about to be replaced towards end of this year
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  • StumpnavStumpnav Members  160WRX Points: 53Handicap: 2.4Posts: 160 Fairways
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    My irons are split between the Callaway XForged and MBs. I would not shed a tear if you told me I could only use the XForged through the bag. They have an awesome feel and performance.
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    Epic 9.0 T800
    Epic 3W
    Epic Heavenwood
    (or Callaway UT XForged 18*)
    Callaway XForged 4-6
    Callaway MB 7-A
    Callaway MD Forged 56, 60
    Odyssey RSX001
    Chrome Soft X 18
  • AThompson_3AThompson_3 Members  1543WRX Points: 174Posts: 1,543 Platinum Tees
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    Redjeep83 wrote:
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    iblades aren't soft, they have a unique feeling into the ball but it's not soft. Yes, mizuno do feel softer than a titleist but I've found, most shots you can't much. Titleist has the edge in the looks department compared to mizzy though esp short irons. P750 is def not more forgiving than ap2, ap2 are very forgiving for a players iron, probably one of the most on this list but turf interaction can be a bit clunky<br />
    Saying iBlades aren’t soft is essentially labeling yourself as someone who will never give a cast iron a chance. iBlades are soft. Are they are soft as a Mizuno? No. But nothing really is. Are they as soft as my AP2’s? Yes. iBlades are incredible clubs and I would game them in a heartbeat.
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    Driver: Callaway Mavrik SZ 9* Fujikura Atmos Tour Spec Black 6TX
    3 Wood: Callaway Mavrik SZ 15* EvenFlow Black 75 X
    DI: Callaway X-Forged UT 18*  Fujikura Atmos HB Tour Spec Black 9X
    Irons: Titleist T100 4-9 Nippon Modus3 130X
    Wedges: Vokey SM8 46F, 50F, 55S, 60M Project X 6.5
    Putter(s): Scotty Cameron Studio Stainless Newport 2, Odyssey White Hot Pro V-Line, Nike Method 001
    Ball: Bridgestone Tour Bx
    Bag: Vessel Players Stand 2.0 14 Way
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  • Redjeep83Redjeep83 Members  6073WRX Points: 601Posts: 6,073 Titanium Tees
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    Redjeep83 wrote:
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    iblades aren't soft, they have a unique feeling into the ball but it's not soft. Yes, mizuno do feel softer than a titleist but I've found, most shots you can't much. Titleist has the edge in the looks department compared to mizzy though esp short irons. P750 is def not more forgiving than ap2, ap2 are very forgiving for a players iron, probably one of the most on this list but turf interaction can be a bit clunky<br />
    Saying iBlades aren’t soft is essentially labeling yourself as someone who will never give a cast iron a chance. iBlades are soft. Are they are soft as a Mizuno? No. But nothing really is. Are they as soft as my AP2’s? Yes. iBlades are incredible clubs and I would game them in a heartbeat.<br />
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    I’ve had iblades in the bag for 2 years now, lol. They aren’t soft, they have a unique feeling at impact, it’s not bad but it’s certainly not soft. Btw and I have played cast irons that felt soft
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  • joekellijoekelli A member of the exclusive "Kingdom 14" Cuyahoga Falls, OhioMembers  2712WRX Points: 155Posts: 2,712 Titanium Tees
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    klbcec wrote:
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    Sef wrote:
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    The FG Tour V6 is #1 for me. I have played them for 2 seasons and they are everything you could want in a players iron.<br />
    <br />
    The King Forged Tour are second, very playable, accurate, and more forgiveness than i expected from them.<br />
    <br />
    The 718 CB is 3rd, just solid clubs.<br />
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    I am sure this is true. I have the FG Tour V4's after playing MP 33's for at least a dozen years followed by the Ping S55's for a year and the MP 4's for a couple years.<br />
    <br />
    I found the FG V4's to be great clubs - won two club championships with them. I believe the latest Wilsons are vastly under appreciated.<br />
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    I voted the V6 as well but after hitting the C300 forged I would place it even higher than the V6!!!!
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    Wilson Cortex 9* Atmos Black 7x
    TaylorMade M3 15* UST VTS 7x
    TaylorMade M3 Rescue 19* Tensei Blue 70x
    Wilson C300 forged 4-GW  KBS tour 105 stiff
    Wilson PMP raw 56 bent to 53
    TM High toe 58 atv grind
    Piretti Potenza II Black Onyx
    TM TP5x

  • ipfkusmeipfkusme Members  1WRX Points: 0Handicap: +1.2Posts: 1
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    Mizuno MP18 SC are some of the best irons I've hit in a while. <br />
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    Ping iBlade are my second choice. If Mizuno didn't bring out the MP18 line I would have got the Ping iBlades.
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    Taylormade M3 9.5 Adilia Rouge Silver x-stiff
    2016 M2 FW Adilia Rouge Silver x-stiff
    Srixon U65 3 Iron Graphite Design
    Mizuno MP 18SC 4-pw KBS C-Taper x-stiff
    Cleveland RTX 2.0 50, 54 degrees KBS C-Taper x-stiff
    Callawy Forged Wedge 60 degrees KBS HI-Rev 2.0
    Scotty Cameron Newport 2.0
  • Drewmiller07Drewmiller07 North carolinaMembers  207WRX Points: 106Handicap: I’m Okay I guess. Posts: 207 Fairways
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    jonn443 wrote:
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    Ap2’s all the way. I’ve had them for about 6 months ago and if titleist stays consistent with how they make them, I’ll never switch. It like cutting through butter with a hot knife. They also allow for excellent shot shaping<br />
    <br />
    The iblades were my second just because of the soft feeling to the ball. I only used them during a fitting but they were a close second to the ap2’s<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    <br />
    Titleist cannot compete with the softness of Mizuno and Endo Forging... period. <br />
    <br />
    They are crisp but clicky... always have been and I don't see that changing. That said, they do perform well, as seen and proven on Tour weekly. You do need to be a rather good ball striker to get full performance from AP2s...there are at least 4 sets of Player CBs that are more forgiving; 750s, J15CB, X-Forged, and 745s to name a few. <br />
    <br />
    Ironically, those same four sets are also softer. 😏<br />
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    I think the Ap2’s fit my general misses pretty well. I usually miss toe, and that’s where they have forgiveness. <br />
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    Now for heel shots, there’s almost no forgiveness. She’s going right, and hard. <br />
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    I personally like the clock though.
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  • wrmillerwrmiller Members  1569WRX Points: 5Posts: 1,569 Bunkers
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    The iBlades get my vote. Easy to hit, and very workable.<br />
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    The fact that I'm playing them has nothing to do with my vote of course. <img src='http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/wink.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />
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    Primary bag:
    Titleist 913 D3 8.5
    Titleist 915Fd 13.5
    Titleist 913h 17
    Mizuno MP-18 4-PW
    Scratch wedges 50, 55, and 60
    Bettinardi mid-shank putter

    Backup bag:
    Ping G400 9
    Ping G30 fw 13
    Ping G30 hybrid 19
    Ping iBlade 4-PW power spec
    Macgregor VIP wedges 51, 56, and 60
    Bettinardi mid-shank putter
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  • f18sumdayf18sumday ClubWRX  43WRX Points: 55Posts: 43 Bunkers
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    PXG 0311Ts get my vote. Long time Titleist CB/MB combo player and did a PXG fitting at my club and they were amazing. With the new Heros program, I may be able to afford them.
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  • dmarabella13dmarabella13 Seal Beach, CAMembers, Paid BST  79WRX Points: 41Handicap: 4Posts: 79 Fairways
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    Idk what it is, but i hit the P770 irons so well. I'm a Titleist guy, and love the AP2s especially the 718, but i just can't justify switching from my P770 right now. I do need stiffer shafts however so maybeeeeee lol
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    Titleist TS3 9.5* - Graphite Design Tour AD XC 7X
    Titleist TS3 15* - Graphite Design Tour AD DI Black 8X
    Titleist TS2 19* - Graphite Design Tour AD IZ Hybrid 95X
    Titleist U500 4 Iron - Graphite Design Tour AD DI Hybrid 105X
    Titleist T100 5-PW Irons - Project X LZ 6.5
    Titleist Vokey SM7 50F, 54S, 58M - Dynamic Gold Tour Issue Onyx S400
    Evnroll ER2 Black 33"
    Titleist ProV1
  • Jack PearsallJack Pearsall Members  3538WRX Points: 290Posts: 3,538 Titanium Tees
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    AP2s are not a blade or a player’s club. 770 also. GI.
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    sldr tp 300 series fli hi pcb tours sm7 wh#6

  • rxk9fanrxk9fan MidwestMembers  1004WRX Points: 277Handicap: 6.9Posts: 1,004 Platinum Tees
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    <br />
    AP2s are not a blade or a player’s club. 770 also. GI.<br />
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    OK<br />
    Very authoritative answer BUT, Golf Digest calls both of them players irons. The number six player on the PGA tour plays one of them. I guess you can call them what you want but they are still categorized by major publications as players irons and I consider Spieth a player and he uses one SO...they are players irons :-))
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    Titleist TS3 with Evenflow White 1100 stiff
    Titleist 917 F2 15 degree
    Titleist 818 H1 19degree and 23degree
    Mizuno 919 Tours with Recoil F4 shafts or Bridgestone J15 CB's with Recoil 110 F4 shafts.
    Vokey 58,54,50

    Odyssey Stroke Lab 7



  • mtnbiker5mtnbiker5 Members  377WRX Points: 95Handicap: 11Posts: 377 Greens
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    Mizuno mp 18 sc. feels better than ap2 with forgiveness. The look is classic and pure. Steel is softer. Ap2 although looks better than old it played the same.
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    AP2 718 are the best Ap2 of all time and are flipping awesome.<br />
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    Ive owned the SC18, Xforged, 770s and Overall the AP2 blow them away.
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    SIM MAX 10.5 TOUR AD DI 6
    SIM MAX FAIRWAY 15 TOUR AD DI 7
    SIM MAX HYBRID 19 TOUR AD DI 85

    TITLEIST T100 3-PW PX 6.0
    VOKEY SM8 CHROME 52 56S 60M PX6.0

    2 BALL TRIPLE TRACK

  • dmarabella13dmarabella13 Seal Beach, CAMembers, Paid BST  79WRX Points: 41Handicap: 4Posts: 79 Fairways
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    Idk what it is, but i hit the P770 irons so well. I'm a Titleist guy, and love the AP2s especially the 718, but i just can't justify switching from my P770 right now. I do need stiffer shafts however so maybeeeeee lol<br />
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    <br />
    Ended up making the switch to AP2s since i wanted stiffer shafts. Unreal feeling and look to these irons. Tested all the Mizuno stuff as well, kept coming back around to AP2s
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    Titleist TS3 9.5* - Graphite Design Tour AD XC 7X
    Titleist TS3 15* - Graphite Design Tour AD DI Black 8X
    Titleist TS2 19* - Graphite Design Tour AD IZ Hybrid 95X
    Titleist U500 4 Iron - Graphite Design Tour AD DI Hybrid 105X
    Titleist T100 5-PW Irons - Project X LZ 6.5
    Titleist Vokey SM7 50F, 54S, 58M - Dynamic Gold Tour Issue Onyx S400
    Evnroll ER2 Black 33"
    Titleist ProV1
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    Ping
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  • Always_roughAlways_rough Members  487WRX Points: 117Posts: 487 Greens
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    Currently gaming 900 Tours, but on this poll, the 750's take the cake. <br />
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    When getting fit for iron's last year, I hit literally everything that was out at the time with different shafts that I prefer. The 900 Tours won, but only because they were half the price of the p750's. The p770's had a little too big of a topline, otherwise they'd probably be in my bag. <br />
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    AP2's are AP2's, don't like their turf interaction though. Just hard when you don't play on country club fairways and grass.<br />
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    Callaway offerings this year were nice, but most friends who game Callaway stuck with the Apex '16's.<br />
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    I hit the MP-18 SC's many a time trying to convince myself I needed them, but the finish and feel of the 900 Tours have kept them in my bag.
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    Got 14 daggum golf clubs, but none of 'em hit the ball straight.

    (1W) M3 440
    (3W) 917 F3
    (3i) MP-18 fli hi
    (4i-PW) JPX 900 Tour
    (52, 56, 60) SM6
    Oven B1-01
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