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Just upgraded from WIlson C300 Forged to Wilson Staff Model Blades w/ KBS Tour.

Some of my current lefty sets,  

Wilson’s all the way. You have the Staff Model blades and now the CB’s and the GoAt of irons in the last 4 years the V6’s.

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I’m in T100s bent weak. They are an awesome middle ground between blades and players. Titleist offers their full line in left and right handed. The new SEL from Mizuno is a good option. Can’t go wrong with Srixon z785 either. 

TS3 8.5 Ventus Blue 7x or ZF 60TX

Ping G410 17 degree Ventus Blue 9x

Callaway UT 21 bent to 19 KBS Proto 105X

T100S 1 degree weak 4-PW Project X 7.0

SM8 50 Project X 6.5 
SM7 54 Project X 6.5 

Taylormade Hi-Toe 60 Project X 6.5

Piretti Cottonwood II or Scotty Newport 2 w/ Stability Shaft

Srixon XV 

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Ping Blueprint 

 

Driver- Taylormade M5 *10.5 set at 10*, Hzrdus Smoke Black 70g 6.5

Fairway wood- Taylormade SIM 19* set at 17*, Tour AD IZ 7S

Driving Iron- Taylormade P790 UDI 18*, MMT 105TX

Irons- Ping Iblade 4-6, Blueprint 7-PW, KBS C Taper 130X

Wedges- Ping Glide Stealth 2.0 50*, Ping Glide Forged 54* at 55* and 58* at 60*, KBS Tour 130X

Putter- Ping PLD Prime Tyne 4, Ping PLD Anser 2 matte raw or Spider Tour Red

 

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I think it's a pretty darn good time to be a lefty. Nearly all the OEMs offering wide ranges. 

 

Titleist you have the full line - So you could do any combo of T100/620 CB/620 MB

Taylor the full new line - So again could combo P770/P7MC/MB

Callaway always offers pretty much everything lefty and the new X-forged and MBs are available

Ping has the blueprints in lefty

Mizuno has a combo set just for us!

PXG have full range

 

Plus you've got options like Miura and Honma if you want more exotic. 

 

Callaway Rogue, AD-TP 6S
Callaway Epic Flash 3W        
Titleist U500, Tensei White 90 S
Miura Y Grind, Nippon Modus3 120S
Vokey SM7 52, 56 Callaway PM 60
Artisan 0217, Customer #62

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10 minutes ago, ND2005 said:

I think it's a pretty darn good time to be a lefty. Nearly all the OEMs offering wide ranges. 

 

Titleist you have the full line - So you could do any combo of T100/620 CB/620 MB

Taylor the full new line - So again could combo P770/P7MC/MB

Callaway always offers pretty much everything lefty and the new X-forged and MBs are available

Ping has the blueprints in lefty

Mizuno has a combo set just for us!

PXG have full range

 

Plus you've got options like Miura and Honma if you want more exotic. 

 

The PXG and Pings are a bit too pricy 

Definitely interested in the Mizunos only wish the HMB stretch a bit further up the bag

Might just go with a full set of Srixon Zx7 as love the look and feel of them

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7 minutes ago, COmedic said:

Srixon 585/785 combo set currently. Love these irons and will definitely upgrade to the new Srixons in the next few months. I spent the better part of the last few years trying to make blades work but wasn’t scoring any better. Immediately starred shooting better when I went back to the Srixons. 

Nice to know I would like blades in the shorter irons but might end up going full Zx7 or a blended Zx7/Zx5 set

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Callaway Mavrik Irons

Livin' proof that Lefties are not naturally talented.

Driver Callaway Epic Flash 10.5 set to 9.5
3 Wood Epic Flash set to 16 degrees
3-5 Hybrids Epic Flash 18 20 23 degrees
6 hybrid Big Bertha 26 degree 
7-AW Callaway Mavrik Irons 
50 degree GW Vokey SM7
56 degree SW Vokey SM7
Odyssey White Hot V-Line Fang

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20201024_152110.jpg.960059f7eef6ee0c1da866a881e6e7b1.jpg20201027_185811.jpg.5ee933fbbb98e3ef6db5cbec57fb3aea.jpgTitleist......I'm coming out of Srixon combos.....Z585/z785......never ,ever got comfortable with the transition of feel.....Z585 really works for what it's design for.....easy launch but that undercut channel makes a definite click.

 

I've move into the T200 ......my speed requires more help than the T100 offer but they aren't any bigger than the Srixon combos.....really......but you have the mb, cb and T100 options if you need/want smaller profile irons......

 

Also Taylormade offers p7mb and p7mc for us to go along with 770 and 790.....

 

The SEL is 921 tour gw-6 and 4,5 of the forged.....nice looking set....

 

I'm Team Titleist with my T200 but you need to love feel ,turf interaction and trajectory of shafts in your next set! 

 

Good luck

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I played Ping i210s the last two years. I really liked them but just moved to the PXG Gen 3 0311 P (4-6) & T’s (7-PW). I had said that PXGs were overpriced PINGs for years but once I tried the PXG irons, it was game over. Although they aren’t cheap, they are “on sale” right now and with all the clubs I had sitting around, it just made sense to sell everything and buy a set. If I hadn’t bought these, I would be trying the new Callaway irons or waiting to test the Srixon X7 irons. 
 

I agree with the above mention. This is the best us lefties have ever had it in terms of equipment offering. There are so many quality products out there that it’s hard to go wrong with anything as long as they fit you. The new Wilson Staff CB irons are already getting high praise as well.
 

When it’s all said and done, try them all. Get what you like and who cares what any of us think. 😁 Enjoy the search and keep us updated!

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Srixon 585/785 combo and I love them. They're honestly not hard to hit even with me being a higher handicap, I could probably play the 785 up to a 6i. Oh yeah they also feel great, the 585 isn't bad but the 785 is amazing. When I upgrade next I might stick with Srixon unless something else beats them somehow. 

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Driver: 9° Ping G410 Plus - Tour 65S

3W: 13.5° Ping G410 LST - Aldila NV 2KXV Green 75X

3H: 19° Ping - Tensei CK Pro Orange 90TX

Irons: 4i - 7i Srixon 585 / 8i - PW Srixon 785 - AMT Tour White S300

Wedges: 51° MD3 - 56° Glide 2 - 60° PM2

Putter(s): TP Mills Handmade - SIK Pro Tour Proto - MannKrafted MA/66 LN - and more. 

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Srixon Z785 all day

All clubs left-handed, baby:
Titleist TS3 8.5* Ventus Blue 6-S w/Velocore
PING G410 #3W, Mitsu C6 70S
Titleist 818H1 hybrid 21*, Evenflow 85HY 6.0
Srixon Z785 4-W, KBS Tour C-Taper 120S
Ping Glide 3.0 50*, 54* DG Tour Issue S400, SM6 S Grind 60* DG wedge flex
TaylorMade SpiderX copper
Mizuno RB Tour balls
Jumbomax Ultralight size M

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Check out this recent video from TXG on a Callaway combo set.

 

Ping G400 Max 10.5° Ping Alta CB R flex or Ping Distanza SR flex, std length

Taylormade V-Steel, 3W, 15°, stock shaft, R flex, std length
Ping G400 5W 17.5° Ping Alta CB, R flex std length

Cleveland Launcher HB 3 hybrid, 19°, Miyasaki C Kua, R flex, std length
Cleveland Launcher HB 4 iron, std loft/lie, Dynamic Gold DST 98 steel R flex, std length

Cleveland Launcher UHX 5-D Wedge, std loft/lie, Dynamic Gold DST 98 steel R flex, std length
Cleveland CBX2, 54°/12 bounce, Dynamic Gold DST 98 steel, R flex, std length

Odyssey 2019 Seven Slant Stroke Lab with stock grip 35"

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