Ian Woosnam, Marumans??

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  • vmanvman Members Posts: 1,240 ✭✭
    The Gachet wrote:


    Woosnam2001.jpg
    Oh dear,a 15 club bag day!!
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  • mat562mat562 My ex had an irrational phobia of salad cream. Honestly. Members Posts: 10,952 ✭✭
    The Gachet wrote:


    Woosnam2001.jpg




    'Divoid boi tree, carry the wun..Oi've room feh one more droivah in deh bahg, oi reckon...'
  • arian1230arian1230 Members Posts: 14
    It was easy to get hold of any Maruman clubs at the time aound late 80-90s . I was the pro at Bolton muni and we did the main account selling for Maruman . Mike Chapman was the boss over Maruman in this country a very nice guy and his son he was down in Reading . It was a struggle for them to keep going at the time and we had to help the firm out by moving them through the buying groups big time . We got to eat at the Open many times with Woosnam . Never used the clubs myself at the time i was a TP9 man.
  • Christen_The_SloopChristen_The_Sloop Members Posts: 1,298 ✭✭
    SKCBait wrote:

    fiveunder wrote:


    I have been looking (in vain) for information on the Conductor Pro muscle back pictured in "The Gachet's" post above.



    Does anyone know what year this model was produced, were they too Miura forged and where on the internet we might find the specifications?



    Thank you.




    I emailed Maruman a couple of years ago looking for the specs on my 'Curtis Strange' blades and this is what I received.


    ragweed10 wrote:


    Curtis Strange was also a Maruman staff player in the early 90's, he had a limited edition set produced in the U.S. This was a nice set of irons with a soft feel.




    I still play the 3-PW (i took the 2 iron out of the bag a few years ago)







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  • TexsportTexsport Members Posts: 2,344 ✭✭
    edited Oct 30, 2016 #39
    shocked to see this thread running when there is another, long running thread - Ian Woosnam's Club Collection running in the Hickory, Persimmon,Vintage section of WRX.



    Lots of photos of his actual clubs.......



    Texsport
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    Mizuno GT180 10.5*/Graphite Design Tour AD IZ 5 X
    Tour Edge Exotics CB F2 PRO 15.5* Limited/Speeder 757 EVO 7.1X (Gene Sauers club)
    Titleist 915 18*/Fubuki K 80X
    Titleist 913 Hybrid 21*/Tour Blue 105X (Matt Jones' club) (OR) TM Burner 4-iron/Aldila RIP 115 Tour S
    Wilson Staff V4 5 and 6/Aerotech Fibersteel 110 S
    MacGregor PRO M 7-PM/Aldila RIP 115 Tour S
    Edel 50*/KBS 610 S
    Scratch JMO Grind Don White 56*/DG X-100
    Cobra Trusty Rusty Tour 64*/DG S-200
    The Cure CX2 putter
  • Nard_SNard_S Members Posts: 3,371 ✭✭
    Just acquired these and got done testing at range. Clubs made specifically for Woosie, Miura designed and forged w/ S400 U shafts. Bitchin sticks.



  • iBanestoiBanesto Niclas Fasth Members Posts: 4,491 ✭✭
    Nard_S wrote:


    Just acquired these and got done testing at range. Clubs made specifically for Woosie, Miura designed and forged w/ S400 U shafts. Bitchin sticks.







    What are the specs for the set?
  • Nard_SNard_S Members Posts: 3,371 ✭✭
    S400 U shafts are of tapered variety and it appears they have an extra 1/2" of taper to standard but OAL of shafts are standard. Heads are rather tall faced 2mm, higher than standard Maruman's of that era. Muscle pad is rather high too, 5mm higher than CS-1's I also own. Loft wise? It appears to me they are of standard 48*-28*, PW-#5 standard lofts. Gross weight is heavy but not overly (briefly sampled #3 & #8), what I do notice is that increments from club to club nets approximately 1 oz differential, where most retail sticks are 2 oz. I have a dozen sets of blades and this is only the 3rd set that are like this. The other two are, Greg Norman Signatures and Titleist 681's which (both) happen to be my favorites. The CS-1's are of 2 oz differential. Maruman's that I have hit from this era (3) all tend to have a low launch characteristic, more so than most traditional irons. These are no different but the apparent soft stepping makes these easy to launch and hits the same "window" I see with the Mac Cobra's that have standard S300 U. Great feeling sticks and long.I may bag them this weekend.
  • mocokidmocokid Members Posts: 1,840 ✭✭
    there's a thread in classic golf on a set of Ian's Maruman irons with pics.
  • Nard_SNard_S Members Posts: 3,371 ✭✭
    I read that when I bought them, but now I cannot find it.
  • TexsportTexsport Members Posts: 2,344 ✭✭
    edited Apr 27, 2018 #45
    I own a number of Woosie's clubs - woods and wedges - Marumans and other brands.



    They all have very flat lies - more than 2* flat, which is what I personally play.



    All the Maruman clubs are stamped with his name.



    Texsport
    Mizuno GT180 10.5*/Graphite Design Tour AD IZ 5 X
    Tour Edge Exotics CB F2 PRO 15.5* Limited/Speeder 757 EVO 7.1X (Gene Sauers club)
    Titleist 915 18*/Fubuki K 80X
    Titleist 913 Hybrid 21*/Tour Blue 105X (Matt Jones' club) (OR) TM Burner 4-iron/Aldila RIP 115 Tour S
    Wilson Staff V4 5 and 6/Aerotech Fibersteel 110 S
    MacGregor PRO M 7-PM/Aldila RIP 115 Tour S
    Edel 50*/KBS 610 S
    Scratch JMO Grind Don White 56*/DG X-100
    Cobra Trusty Rusty Tour 64*/DG S-200
    The Cure CX2 putter
  • astamm8astamm8 Members Posts: 1,291 ✭✭
    Nard S,



    Can you post face pics?



    Thanks, great set.
  • Nard_SNard_S Members Posts: 3,371 ✭✭
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