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I have just switched from Srixon 745 to Mizuno mph5 and the h5s are a different league . So much more forgiving and they feel nearly as good as the 745s . I am also going to pick some of the 850 forged up as they are simply the best looking clubs I have seen for ages and they seem to have that bit of extra help that you need when your ball striking isn't there.

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0311 XF (ducking from the tomatoes being thrown his way...)

 

Not for nothing, is the face of the PXGs "forged"? I know the body is, but their website even states the face is welded on.

 

As I understand it, it is two-piece forged. Most if not all Mizzys are one-piece forged. The Apex Edge iron pictured above is the first two-piece forged iron with forged Carbon Steel frame and forged face.

 

I believe it is a steel faced "managing steel" not forged, plasma welded to the forged body.

 

Reviews and Hogan descriptors say the face is forged and the frame is forged 1030 Carbon Steel.

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AP2

MP18 SC and Blade

716 CB

 

Hit em all and was impressed with the forgiveness in each

 

I have too, and I don't disagree. Wouldn't call them GI, but they offer forgiveness without a crutch, know what I mean?

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AP2's! Things are butter!

 

First time I've ever heard the AP2s associated with the word "butter". They are clicky... and crisp. Not a bad thing but no comparison to the softness provided by Bridgestone J15, Mizuno MP, Callaway X-forged, or Srixon Forging.

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AB TP 3HL / 757
XTD 19*/ Fubuki Ax
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AP2's! Things are butter!

 

First time I've ever heard the AP2s associated with the word "butter". They are clicky... and crisp. Not a bad thing but no comparison to the softness provided by Bridgestone J15, Mizuno MP, Callaway X-forged, or Srixon Forging.

 

Would agree with this. I can understand if people like them, but they in no way associate with "butter" or some kind of blade feeling club.

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AP2's! Things are butter!

 

First time I've ever heard the AP2s associated with the word "butter". They are clicky... and crisp. Not a bad thing but no comparison to the softness provided by Bridgestone J15, Mizuno MP, Callaway X-forged, or Srixon Forging.

 

Would agree with this. I can understand if people like them, but they in no way associate with "butter" or some kind of blade feeling club.

 

Exactly... even their MBs (712-716) are crisp and clicky. Again not necessarily a bad thing and doesn't affect performance. Just their MO.

AB TP 10.5*/ DI6X
AB TP 3HL / 757
XTD 19*/ Fubuki Ax
DWS 24*/ VS Proto
J15 CB 5-PW/ Modus 3 125S
X-Forged MD (50*, 56* 60*)
Spider Si/ SS Mid SLim 2.0

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Mp54's! Love them!ab85f4792fbb5ec2a3a7657ddeed3841.jpg

 

These look a lot like the MX200s and other channel back Mizzys. What is different about the 54s? I'd love to find a set of Mizzys, but many look similar and aren't much different than the Apex Edge's I play (see photo up in thread). Plus, Mizzys are $$$$. Nice looking bag, BTW.

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Adams Idea A12 #4 Hybrid 21* VTS Proforce reg graphite
Mizuno MX-23 irons, 4-P, Dynalite Gold regular steel
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AP2's! Things are butter!

 

First time I've ever heard the AP2s associated with the word "butter". They are clicky... and crisp. Not a bad thing but no comparison to the softness provided by Bridgestone J15, Mizuno MP, Callaway X-forged, or Srixon Forging.

 

Maybe so! Have never tried a pure blade type iron though. I am simply not good enough to hit them.

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AP2's! Things are butter!

 

First time I've ever heard the AP2s associated with the word "butter". They are clicky... and crisp. Not a bad thing but no comparison to the softness provided by Bridgestone J15, Mizuno MP, Callaway X-forged, or Srixon Forging.

 

Maybe so! Have never tried a pure blade type iron though. I am simply not good enough to hit them.

 

Nonsense my friend... if you can hit AP2s with positive results, J15CBs, 765s, MP-53s, and Callaway X-Forged will be as if not even MORE forgiving, but will be no comparison in terms of softness. (Modus 125/130 shafts will contribute to this).

 

When pured, it feels like your hitting marshmallows... not golf balls.

 

Addicting.

AB TP 10.5*/ DI6X
AB TP 3HL / 757
XTD 19*/ Fubuki Ax
DWS 24*/ VS Proto
J15 CB 5-PW/ Modus 3 125S
X-Forged MD (50*, 56* 60*)
Spider Si/ SS Mid SLim 2.0

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AP2's! Things are butter!

 

First time I've ever heard the AP2s associated with the word "butter". They are clicky... and crisp. Not a bad thing but no comparison to the softness provided by Bridgestone J15, Mizuno MP, Callaway X-forged, or Srixon Forging.

 

Maybe so! Have never tried a pure blade type iron though. I am simply not good enough to hit them.

 

Nonsense my friend... if you can hit AP2s with positive results, J15CBs, 765s, MP-53s, and Callaway X-Forged will be as if not even MORE forgiving, but will be no comparison in terms of softness. (Modus 125/130 shafts will contribute to this).

 

When pured, it feels like your hitting marshmallows... not golf balls.

 

Addicting.

 

Although, you will outdistance marshmallows by quite a bit.

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TaylorMade Burner Driver 10.5*, 3-wood 15* REAX reg graphite
Adams Idea A12 #4 Hybrid 21* VTS Proforce reg graphite
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AP2's! Things are butter!

 

First time I've ever heard the AP2s associated with the word "butter". They are clicky... and crisp. Not a bad thing but no comparison to the softness provided by Bridgestone J15, Mizuno MP, Callaway X-forged, or Srixon Forging.

 

Maybe so! Have never tried a pure blade type iron though. I am simply not good enough to hit them.

 

Nonsense my friend... if you can hit AP2s with positive results, J15CBs, 765s, MP-53s, and Callaway X-Forged will be as if not even MORE forgiving, but will be no comparison in terms of softness. (Modus 125/130 shafts will contribute to this).

 

When pured, it feels like your hitting marshmallows... not golf balls.

 

Addicting.

 

Also, I'd love to try a set of MP 53s, 765/565 etc, JPXs, but, they sure are expensive for a retired guy on a fixed income. My Hogans cost me $40 (the last set I bought cost $4.00 !!!) and the MX200s I have were under $100 too---just wish I liked them. Maybe I can try them out at a Play It Again Sports store that has a set. In the meantime, I am looking for a 6-iron from any set that I can buy and try out, but even they are too much $$$. Golf ain't cheap, I know. But I am :)

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Adams Idea A12 #4 Hybrid 21* VTS Proforce reg graphite
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2nd version of the PING Anser

 

oh yeah, the 2012/2013 versions. these heads are gems. looks great, feels great and forgiving. & long.

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AP2's! Things are butter!

 

First time I've ever heard the AP2s associated with the word "butter". They are clicky... and crisp. Not a bad thing but no comparison to the softness provided by Bridgestone J15, Mizuno MP, Callaway X-forged, or Srixon Forging.

 

Maybe so! Have never tried a pure blade type iron though. I am simply not good enough to hit them.

 

Nonsense my friend... if you can hit AP2s with positive results, J15CBs, 765s, MP-53s, and Callaway X-Forged will be as if not even MORE forgiving, but will be no comparison in terms of softness. (Modus 125/130 shafts will contribute to this).

 

When pured, it feels like your hitting marshmallows... not golf balls.

 

Addicting.

 

Also, I'd love to try a set of MP 53s, 765/565 etc, JPXs, but, they sure are expensive for a retired guy on a fixed income. My Hogans cost me $40 (the last set I bought cost $4.00 !!!) and the MX200s I have were under $100 too---just wish I liked them. Maybe I can try them out at a Play It Again Sports store that has a set. In the meantime, I am looking for a 6-iron from any set that I can buy and try out, but even they are too much $$$. Golf ain't cheap, I know. But I am :)

 

You can get a set of 53s on the Bay for under $300. Definitely look!

AB TP 10.5*/ DI6X
AB TP 3HL / 757
XTD 19*/ Fubuki Ax
DWS 24*/ VS Proto
J15 CB 5-PW/ Modus 3 125S
X-Forged MD (50*, 56* 60*)
Spider Si/ SS Mid SLim 2.0

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AP2's! Things are butter!

 

First time I've ever heard the AP2s associated with the word "butter". They are clicky... and crisp. Not a bad thing but no comparison to the softness provided by Bridgestone J15, Mizuno MP, Callaway X-forged, or Srixon Forging.

 

Maybe so! Have never tried a pure blade type iron though. I am simply not good enough to hit them.

 

Nonsense my friend... if you can hit AP2s with positive results, J15CBs, 765s, MP-53s, and Callaway X-Forged will be as if not even MORE forgiving, but will be no comparison in terms of softness. (Modus 125/130 shafts will contribute to this).

 

When pured, it feels like your hitting marshmallows... not golf balls.

 

Addicting.

 

Also, I'd love to try a set of MP 53s, 765/565 etc, JPXs, but, they sure are expensive for a retired guy on a fixed income. My Hogans cost me $40 (the last set I bought cost $4.00 !!!) and the MX200s I have were under $100 too---just wish I liked them. Maybe I can try them out at a Play It Again Sports store that has a set. In the meantime, I am looking for a 6-iron from any set that I can buy and try out, but even they are too much $$$. Golf ain't cheap, I know. But I am :)

 

Get a Maltby TE 6 iron with shaft of your choice from Golfworks.

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So I come across this all the time. Clubs I own vs new recommended clubs. What is the big difference between the Malby TE and the Hogan Edge? Or the Hogan Apex Edge and the Ping G400?

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Funny how this thread shut down after my last post. No opinions?

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The 718 AP2's have a noticeably softer feel than previous versions.

 

The AP3's are noticeably harsher by comparison, and will not be in my bag long!

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I found some used TE irons w/FST 115 shafts and was surprised. Want to try another shaft, the heads are sweet!

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The 718 AP2's have a noticeably softer feel than previous versions.

 

The AP3's are noticeably harsher by comparison, and will not be in my bag long!

 

That is good to know. Thanks.

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Adams Idea A12 #4 Hybrid 21* VTS Proforce reg graphite
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Putter: 2001 Odyssey 2-Ball, 36" --  Ball: Snell MTB Black

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