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  1. I recently acquired a set (3-8 + E) of Slazenger Ben Hogan Precision Irons with matching serial numbers 102 on all the irons. I found a few topics on this set already - though no mention of the 102 serial number, assuming similar age to the 302 i.e 1957? Anyone know the difference between the 102, 202, 302 serials? Kind regards, Charlie
  2. Hey Everyone, First, thank you for the help with this. Fairly obscure to be fair; but, might actually help someone else out someday. Looking for information regarding the places Mr. Hogan's Iron Heads were made, by year, and model. ironfinder.com is great, has visuals, by years, and by makes... but not where they were actually forged. **The goal: to find a vintage set of Mr. Hogan's irons, made in the USA, and re-furbish them. Yes, I actually plan on playing with them, and loving them, forever. Trying to get ahead of the emerging marketplace of vintage golf before its too late. T
  3. I just saw the Ben Hogan released their new GS53 drivers and fairway woods. Has anyone had a chance to try them? If so, how do they compare to other manufacturers current offerings? I didn't see another thread with this discussion, if i missed it, my apologies.
  4. I was lucky enough to find a set of practically new Ben Hogan Apex Plus irons in a little shop in OKC. These were one of my favorite irons of all time. And now with this set back in the bag, I am a happy golfer! I couldn't believe the condition of these irons... looks like they were never used. They will now be in play as my number 1 set. I'll post pics when I can.
  5. Hey all! I'm new to the vintage golf world, and I'm looking to make my first purchase! I'm a lefty, so there isn't the greatest vintage inventory, but I found a nice set of Ben Hogan Apex from 1973 in LH. They look so lovely... but are they a good purchase? Is it possible to get them refurbished and/or reshafted down the line? Thanks!
  6. So to make a long story short, I used to play competitively and am just now getting back into the love-hate relationship that is golf. I've been playing with very heavy game improvement irons for the last 9 years (Taylormade Superlaunches), and have grown substantially. I recently was fitted for a new set of Mizuno JPX 919 HMs w/ +1'' X-Stiff shafts. I also am picking up a Cobra F9 Speedback after averaging an extra 30 yards from my current 1 wood. I have space for one more club in my bag. Now here's my conundrum: I recently qualified for a league but have not owned a single wedge for 5
  7. Hey guys, I found this beauty of a putter at a garage sale. Have been scouring the internet and can't find a lick of information on it. New, old, vintage, worth something ? Who knows . Makes me wonder if it's a one of a kind. Has anyone seen or heard of the Ben Hogan legend putter. With the light milled face, and the top line. It almost looks like a Scotty looking down on it . But it's gold. I quite like the feel . It's quite heavy. If anyone knows anything about it I would love to hear about it. :)
  8. In need of a new putter and want to try something different. Anyone ever try a Ben Hogan Putter???
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