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  1. There's just something about the Eye 2 irons and wedges. Could be like the OP said......it reminds me of back when I discovered how good those clubs are.
  2. Age is not as much an indicator as how much noise your body makes when you stand up or get out of bed. I'd go with decibels over age.
  3. Been going on for decades. Welcome to reality.
  4. RH, excellent shape, .370 hosels with weight ports. One of Wishon Golf's most popular cavity back designs. Clean and classic. 2 of the heads have weights in the port. $65 shipped.
  5. I just bought a set of ZING heads and ordered some Matrix OZIK Red Tie graphite for them. I'll try to remember my build/play experiment when it all arrives. I did a similar build about 3 years ago and it worked well. I have to hand taper the graphite to fit the .355t hosels.
  6. 1. Mac Gs: 3 -W. 3, 4, 5, 6 are CB; 7, 8, 9, W are MB. Normal bag chatter, but good shape. No browning, no shaft rust. DG S300, GP Tour Wrap. Std loft, length, lie. Nostalgic performers! $175 shipped CONUS. 2. Hogan Apex Plus, 4 - E. Hogan Apex 3 shafts, Velvet style grips. Ferrules are a bit rough, but heads and shafts have normal wear. No browing. 7i has a toe ding. $99 shipped CONUS.
  7. The older I get, the more I enjoy playing this game with older clubs. By "older", I mean one-piece forgings with traditional lofts. My MacG VFoils and Hogan Apex Plus are not ancient, but they're not modern either (multi-material, jacked lofts, welded-on faces). I enjoy finding beat up sets and reshafting, regripping, re painting, etc. , and then PLAYING them. Vintage guy. It's a ton of fun for me and I still shoot to my scoring ability. It all really depends on what you want out of the game.
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