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  1. Has anyone tried these? I am thinking about getting them as my full time shoe but I'm wondering if they'd be too hot and bulky to use all the time. I like the way they look a lot and I can't find any retail stores that sell them so I'd have to get em' online.
  2. [quote name='KCCO' timestamp='1441746086' post='12282940'] I personally love my mizuno's, and I'm sure a set can be had for that price with some hunting....but a better condition, in that price range I think the first (maybe 2011) TaylorMade MC's would be a nice choice. [/quote] I will see if I can find some on ebay. I have been playing taylormade irons for a well so Im sure I would like those, but for since I got my G25 driver, i'm all about Ping. I feel like they made real solid clubs
  3. [quote name='schwartz1' timestamp='1441745548' post='12282894'] [quote name='kingkunta' timestamp='1441744502' post='12282788'] [quote name='schwartz1' timestamp='1441744309' post='12282760'] [quote name='kingkunta' timestamp='1441743907' post='12282716'] [quote name='pmcuk' timestamp='1441715257' post='12280000'] Ping S series - they're all good, and at least you can choose the lie with the colour of the dot. [/quote] are s58s good irons? [/quote] S58's were the first set I purchased, pre owned, after a layoff from golf of about 12 years. Found them at a Golfsmith for $120 4-PW.
  4. [quote name='schwartz1' timestamp='1441744309' post='12282760'] [quote name='kingkunta' timestamp='1441743907' post='12282716'] [quote name='pmcuk' timestamp='1441715257' post='12280000'] Ping S series - they're all good, and at least you can choose the lie with the colour of the dot. [/quote] are s58s good irons? [/quote] S58's were the first set I purchased, pre owned, after a layoff from golf of about 12 years. Found them at a Golfsmith for $120 4-PW. I have since purchased another set of irons, but I don't think I will ever get rid of the S58's. They are my "go to" set when I
  5. [quote name='Golf64' timestamp='1441715594' post='12280024'] Ping I series something might be the ticket?! [/quote] you like the i15s? they seem like the i series that would be in my price range
  6. [quote name='pmcuk' timestamp='1441715257' post='12280000'] Ping S series - they're all good, and at least you can choose the lie with the colour of the dot. [/quote] are s58s good irons?
  7. [quote name='No Catchy Nickname' timestamp='1441712963' post='12279854'] Are you looking to have longer shafts put in once you get the irons, because I would imagine that if you are looking for pre-owned with shafts one inch longer than than standard, that in itself will narrow down the list a lot. [/quote] i am looking to get a shaft with plus 1 shafts already on them......so yeah that definitely narrows the lot but still alot to choose from, and Yeah, I am looking to get a set off ebay, just trying to figure a good set of irons that are relatively cheap
  8. Hey guys, so I'm about a 12 handicap right now, and I am looking to get a set of pre owned player Irons, since mine are almost 8 years old (burner tour pros) and a bit too short for me. I tried out a +1 iron (I'm 6'5 ish) and I really liked it, so that, and stiff shafts, are what I am looking to get. I am looking to spend no more than $250 bucks. I have a moderately fast swing, around 112 mph with the driver, and I carry my irons longer than average (180 with the 7 iron.) Any suggestions on what to look for ? I'm not worried about when they came out, to an extent (not looking for Ping Zings o
  9. one more thing- the burners are basically the only irons I have ever known. I am 23 year and have had them since my 2nd year playing. Part of me is just curious if the grass is truly greener
  10. Great qiue [quote name='Shambles' timestamp='1441078526' post='12243384'] I'm wondering what you hope to get from the new irons. Granted that your irons have a few years and are well seasoned, are you getting the kind of performance you personally believe you can produce or are you disappointed. Do you think they lack consistency or are you thinking a different set is going to fix some swing flaw that you cannot personally fix even with the help of a swing doctor. Are you looking for something that sends the ball higher or lower ? What are you hoping to find ? Shambles [/quote] great
  11. Guys, I have a set of Taylormade tour burner irons w/ stiff shafts +1 I got new in 2008 i have been using for the past 7 seasons(i looked them up today and was stunned to find out they were introduced in 2008.) Anyways, I have been upgrading some of my equipment lately (new Ping G30 driver and Nike wedges,) and I am wondering whether or not it is worth getting a new set of irons. When getting my new driver, my club head speed was tested at 110-120 mph and ball speed 165-173 and i was fitted with X shaft.I am 6'4 1/2 and 215lbs and play to a 5 handicap. I love to work the ball with my irons
  12. great[quote name='Duffmeister' timestamp='1440572643' post='12210334'] [quote name='kingkunta' timestamp='1440555954' post='12209488'] I really struggle with my driver, and it is killing my game. When I go to the range I end up hitting a ton of drivers because its the club I struggle with most and for some psychological reason I don't feel satisfied unless I am hitting it well. I hit my irons really solid and long. I average 155 with the 46 degree wedge, 165 with 9iron, 175 with 8iron, 185 with 7iron, 200 with 6iron, 210 with 5iron and 230-250 with my 4iron hybrid, but I just can't for the
  13. [quote name='TravAz' timestamp='1440562105' post='12209958'] Been through this and have the (recent) threads to prove it. Hard to freeze that video at the right spots, but it looks like there is some good stuff going on there. Hands seem a little high at impact to me, but I may be biased since that is what I am working on right now. Since your playing a 430cc 'tour' head, center contact with the driver is even more important. Go buy yourself either some athletes foot spray powder (black face driver) or a dry erase marker (silver face driver), and see exactly where you are hitting the face
  14. [quote name='oldschoolrocker' timestamp='1440558140' post='12209692'] Understand. Good luck with your classes. There is a lot of good info (free) in these threads and on YouTube. Something that wouldn't cost any money, just a bit of time. Go to one of the Big Box stores and test out a few drivers. Try different lofts and shaft flex and see which you are hitting the best. [/quote] I like that idea. I hadn't considered that. I am hitting a Nike Covert Tour driver right now which is a 430cc and from what I've read not the easiest club to hit, and the shaft wasn't fitted to me or anything
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