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RudeJim

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  1. Check out rzngolf . com. Not sure if they’ve changed at all, but it’s the company that manufactured the Nike balls selling them as their own now. Never mind...that’s what I get for reading the thread backwards...
  2. Anyone know how long the 785/585 irons would typically be available once these are out? Was looking at grabbing a combo set next Spring but I’m assuming they won’t be around by then.
  3. This is helpful. Thanks for the info!
  4. I had thought of this, especially since Srixon has so many custom shaft and grip options at no upcharge. I think my hesitation was going through the fitting process without actually hitting the Srixon irons and comparing the numbers against others heads.
  5. Good questions....I’d like to keep it under $1,500, but I’m willing to see what it would cost to get the proper set of irons. I don’t have any club building experience at all. I’m most interested in the Srixon irons currently, but again open to finding the best fit. As far as I know, both places offer an in-depth fitting process, although I wouldn’t be surprised if the fitter with his own shop goes into more detail than the bigger club with multiple fitters.
  6. I have a club fitter nearby who I trust, but he only builds with a handful of brands, which doesn’t include the irons I’m most interested in trying. On the other hand, there is a local course with a bunch of fitters and just about every brand available. How would you suggest choosing where to get fit?
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