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  1. [quote name='Tuba' timestamp='1334529013' post='4727496'] I have a set. 5 iron is 38", if that helps. [/quote] Did you pueder your set as standard length? Thanks.
  2. will S55 have 2-iron available for purchase? Asking because many OEM are dumping 2-irons including I-series.
  3. On their website, Wilson lists standard FG62 iron length that seems to be about 0.5'' longer than other companies. Are these irons truly longer or is it just difference in how Wilson measures their irons?
  4. Lol. I have been told I have relatively short arms by my mother and my wife. I guess I an average then. I was pulling alot shots this year, but fixed my swing. Now my iron sites are straight to slight push. I will get a demo iron and try some longer irons to see how they feel.
  5. Lol. I have been told I have relatively short arms by my mother and my wife. I guess I an average then. I was pulling alot shots this year, but fixed my swing. Now my iron sites are straight to slight push. I will get a demo iron and try some longer irons to see how they feel.
  6. PingI currently play Ping i5 at standard length at red dot. Since I have been having some problems with thin shots, I decided to look at Ping fitting chart. I am 5'10'' with floor to wrist length of 35.5''. I know I have relatively shorter arm. It seems like iron shaft length is determined by height and lie angle is determined by floor to wrist measurement if going by Ping fitting chart. But in my head, arms length should also dictate how long iron shaft should be instead of compensating arm length with lie angle only. Therefore, I am thinking in my head that players like me with shorter
  7. In the past I was able to order older ping iron sets through DD. Now that this isn't an option, I looked into morton's golf website. On the website for example, it says S58 and i10 are only available as replacement irons and I require to input existing serial number. Does anyone know if this the case for all Ping's past irons now? I am interested in ordering S59, S58, or S57. If not, do you guys know where I can order these irons as a new set?
  8. Between the two fairway woods- which one is considered more forgiving?
  9. [quote name='cashtoclose' timestamp='1285979786' post='2724054'] I came from TEE Cb2 and CB3 great woods...went to Mizuno and love them equally long, little easier to hit off the grass. Shaft is key, like always...price much lower with the Mizuno. Off the tee is not a problem just tee down slightly lower than you would normally...face height is a few MM lower, not something to worry about it. [/quote] Any particular reason why you switched to Mizuno? Is mizuno much easier to hit from the fairway with same distance as TEE CB3? Ah... I wish I could demo CB3, but no one around me carri
  10. Those are nike splits from looooong time ago. I saw same set sold here last week. Maybe it's the same set.
  11. [quote name='Sartorial' timestamp='1285963044' post='2723718'] I agree. I actually bought a CB3 and could not gain confidence in it at all. Then I got the 15* Mizuno and love it. No problem off the tee at all and great from short rough/fairway. For me the stock shaft was a bit of a hook machine so I put a BB 80S in it and it is the perfect 3-wood IMO. Can control height and move either way w/out fear of the dreaded 50 yard hook! At this point only a 15* hybrid that goes as far and is as easy to control could replace it for deeper rough shots into par 5's. [/quote] How would you c
  12. Coming from Bridgestone J33I am looking for a new 3-wood. Coming from Bridgestone J33, I feel like it's time for a upgrade. I love the sound, distance of J33; however, I thought it was a little unforgiving from the deck. I like using 3 wood to tee off on short part 4's but I would love to have the confidence to use it as a second shot on par 5's. I narrowed my selection down to Mizuno MP-Titanium and TEE CB3. I am leaning towards Mizuno, but worried that TEE would give me better distance off the tee. I read Mizuno bought out TEE's combo-brazing technology. I also read that Mizuno is easy to
  13. [quote name='Sniperman' timestamp='1285881080' post='2722161'] FYI...anyone who currently has a set of s57 and they love them, hang on to them because PING no longer stock these bad boys! Trying to save $ for the s55 (should be out by 2012???)...by then, my s57 would've seen better days [/quote] What do you mean Ping doesn't stock S57 anymore? I would have thought they will be available like all past Ping irons.
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