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  1. [url="http://www.globalgolf.com/product/golfclub/-/pid--1012534/hybrid-utility/ping/g10.aspx?gd=3&styp=156&sft=1&flx=2"]http://www.globalgolf.com/product/golfclub/-/pid--1012534/hybrid-utility/ping/g10.aspx?gd=3&styp=156&sft=1&flx=2[/url]

  2. Add another to the Rescue Mid bandwagon. Bought a 2FW (14*) from a friend of mine a few years ago (he couldn't hit it) and have used it as a 3 wood replacement. The thing is a fairway finder. Last week I went into a small used golf ball store and they also have some used clubs as well and sitting in there was this little 19* 3 Rescue Mid with the Tour Preferred steel shaft and a Golf Pride midsize grip for $35.00. I bought it and took it to the course saturday morning. First swing on the club was on a short par 4 (340 yards) and put it about 220 yards down the left side. The next time was a 208 yard par 3 slightly up hill, put it 10 feet left pin high (missed the putt). I love this thing so much I bought a 4 (22*) off of Ebay this morning.

  3. [quote name='Nessism' timestamp='1337650463' post='4954772']
    [quote name='azgreg' timestamp='1337649682' post='4954656']
    [quote name='rodrigo' timestamp='1337642377' post='4953798']
    [url="http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_PMA0099_A_cn_E_10063"]take a look[/url]
    not hireko, but in my opinion, the looks way better than any hireko stuff.
    i use a set of mmb from maltby and i'm very happy with them.
    [/quote]


    +1 One of the best deals in golf.
    [/quote]

    You recommend a low offset forged club for a beginner?

    The Maltby C2 cavity would be a good choice for a beginner. Cheap too.

    [url="http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_MA0154"]http://www.golfworks...p_Q_pn_E_MA0154[/url]

    Shafts... [url="http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_FS0012_A_cn_E_685"]http://www.golfworks...0012_A_cn_E_685[/url]
    [/quote]


    You make a good point. Maybe I was thinking for myself. lol.

  4. [quote name='rodrigo' timestamp='1337642377' post='4953798']
    [url="http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_PMA0099_A_cn_E_10063"]take a look[/url]
    not hireko, but in my opinion, the looks way better than any hireko stuff.
    i use a set of mmb from maltby and i'm very happy with them.
    [/quote]


    +1 One of the best deals in golf.

  5. [quote name='jas904' timestamp='1337180568' post='4924816']
    I've had a 50, 55, and 60 in the bag since last November. I can confidently say that after searching for a wedge for quite sometime, I have found the holy grail. There is one thing that makes these clubs great, versatility. Most wedges I have tested do most thigns well but lack in one area ie; hard/soft conditions. SCOR wedges work well in any condition. [b]I am not impressed by some of their business practices[/b], but as far as the clubs go they are great.
    [/quote]

    Can you elaborate on this?

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