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You can find many cast irons/blades on AliExpress directly from China even some of your favorites like the P7TW!....lol

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S55!!!!!!

Hard to go wrong with a set of Titleist 962Bs. Small cavity, a little bit of offset but not much, as close to a blade as you can get with a cavity.

Daiwa Advisor DG-273 irons were also cast. Made for David Graham and used by Tiger as an amateur!

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13 hours ago, Pepperturbo said:

Epic irons are forged, least that is what it says on Callaway's website - https://is.gd/EbY5Ft

 

Forged in name, perhaps.  They certainly aren't a one-piece forging, making them "forged" in quotations.  I have a hard time considering an iron "forged" when the face has to be affixed to the body.

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19 minutes ago, BirdieBob said:

You can find many cast irons/blades on AliExpress directly from China even some of your favorites like the P7TW!....lol

 

Not in lefty. 

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Taylormade M1 5 wood

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18 hours ago, lefthack said:

Oh wow, those look really good. I had no idea.

 

16 hours ago, Bad9 said:

Those heads have been around 10-15yrs I think.

 

There are two versions of the Maxfli Australian Blades that were cast. 

 

The more famous set were brought out in 1999 (or late 98), and were companions to the black dot Revolution irons.  I believe they were parallel bore (.370); the Revolutions were certainly parallel.  Said to be a multilayer nickel casting, also rumored to be at least partial 304 stainless.  *Very* soft.

 

The previous model year of Aussie Blades were designed by Ralph Maltby, the MCT-97 set.  Believe they were cast of 304 stainless.  Also, .370 bore.  Quite low CG on these.

 

No idea on LH availability for either model.  You can occasionally find sets of each model on ebay.

 

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4 hours ago, forrester_fire said:

 

Forged in name, perhaps.  They certainly aren't a one-piece forging, making them "forged" in quotations.  I have a hard time considering an iron "forged" when the face has to be affixed to the body.

I understand that thinking.  I recall when companies like Callaway and TM introduced club heads that were partially forged, thought the same as you.  Plastic, however, in cavities appears to help the price point to stay within reason while the attention to details of many people suggest they don't care, really. 

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The Titleist 990 and 990B irons are cast.  Old sets can be found at good prices and good condition.

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On 3/3/2021 at 9:59 AM, chipa said:

Cast blades aren't that easy to find but I think they are honestly easier to hit for those that like the smaller heads and offset but not all of the pain of mishits.

 

I have a set in 304 soft stainless steel and they feel as soft as some blades I've tried - Acer XV Tour. I have them 6-S and the Acer XV Pro for the 4 and 5 irons which is the same size really only with a small cb. I've been playing exclusively small cb's or blades in 304 SS for 5 years now.

 

I have never hit anything better in 15 years of golf, nor farther for that matter.

Ping iBlade are cast....

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16 hours ago, Circaflex said:

OP: what would make a cast blade easier to hit than a forged? That doesn't make much sense to me.

 

I didn't say they were easier to hit, only mishits hurt less bit will the club will still twist on mishits just like forged. Also, from what I remember about metallurgy and looked up on the web cast steel has small voids that apparently dampen vibration. The forging process eliminates this and creates long grains, through which no doubt more vibration is transferred to the hands on mishits. 

 

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I'm surprised no one mentioned the original 845s.  They were initially considered as a GI club but used by tour pros because of its compact blade length (which is the same length as my 99 Apex Blades).  Since they're so old, their lofts are considered conservative by today's standards.

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On 3/4/2021 at 5:58 AM, forrester_fire said:

 

Forged in name, perhaps.  They certainly aren't a one-piece forging, making them "forged" in quotations.  I have a hard time considering an iron "forged" when the face has to be affixed to the body.

True.  To me a true forged iron (whether it be a blade or a CB) is made from a single billet of carbon steel, not made with several pieces welded together injected with some foam to make the ball go faster (supposedly).

 

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23 hours ago, NRJyzr said:

 

 

There are two versions of the Maxfli Australian Blades that were cast. 

 

The more famous set were brought out in 1999 (or late 98), and were companions to the black dot Revolution irons.  I believe they were parallel bore (.370); the Revolutions were certainly parallel.  Said to be a multilayer nickel casting, also rumored to be at least partial 304 stainless.  *Very* soft.

 

The previous model year of Aussie Blades were designed by Ralph Maltby, the MCT-97 set.  Believe they were cast of 304 stainless.  Also, .370 bore.  Quite low CG on these.

 

No idea on LH availability for either model.  You can occasionally find sets of each model on ebay.

 

 

Just checked my Maltby Club ID Guide.  The guide indicates both Aussie Blade sets above, as well as the black dot Revolutions, were available in LH.

 

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Wanted to add something about the Bang Tour Tools that were mentioned earlier....

 

They are a cast 304 version of classic blades of Yore, brought out by Bang Golf a decade and a half ago, plus or minus a couple years.  There were three models, I, II, and III.  The originals were based off the FG-17 or 78 Staffs, depending on who you talk to.  The Tour Tools II were based on the Wilson 1968 Dynapower blades.  The Tour Tools III were based on the Hogan Apex II.

 

The Tour Tools III only have a PW and SW on the Bang site, while the first two models are still shown.

 

Not sure where they can be acquired these days.  Bang lists the "MSRP" on their site, but I'd guess you could find them for less thru a distributor, like most everything that is displayed with MSRP.  😉

 

edit:  Monark Golf apparently has these, $19.95/clubhead.  The lofts shown on their site are a little goofy.  

 

And speaking of goofy lofts, that was a problem with the Tour Tools III set.  They were intended to mimic the specs of the original clubs, but they were a full club off with these, giving them a 45* PW.  Always found that a bit odd.  It was discussed on golf forums when they came out, but was never fixed.  <shrug>

 

 

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Irons grab bag:  3-PW Mizuno MP37, Recoil Proto 125 F4 (reshaft pending); 1-PW Golden Ram TW282 or Vibration Matched Golden Rams, RIP Tour 115 R (coin flipping for the reshaft project); 1i & 3-PW Golden Ram TW276, NV105 S
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3 hours ago, chipa said:

 

I didn't say they were easier to hit, only mishits hurt less bit will the club will still twist on mishits just like forged. Also, from what I remember about metallurgy and looked up on the web cast steel has small voids that apparently dampen vibration. The forging process eliminates this and creates long grains, through which no doubt more vibration is transferred to the hands on mishits. 

Except you did

 

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3 hours ago, cgasucks said:

True.  To me a true forged iron (whether it be a blade or a CB) is made from a single billet of carbon steel, not made with several pieces welded together injected with some foam to make the ball go faster (supposedly).

 

Like a chicken McNugget vs. a chicken breast. 😂 

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2 hours ago, Circaflex said:

Except you did

 

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Good point. All I can say is that I recognize that cast blades have no design advantage over forged blades so maybe the fact hat they don't hurt so bad on mishits gives me more confidence. Sort of like positive feedback, ie I missed it but not so bad, haha.

 

At any rate I hook the ball and can't stand much offset nor for that matter large clubheads. I have very few choices. I thought the Acer XV Tours were a cb but it turn out they aren't, but I switched out the 4 and 5 for the Pro which has a small cb and is virtually the same size with the same minimal offset, like 2.8 - 3 mm.

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The old Zevo Blades were cast.  The Z blade model was cast of some (as advertised) super fancy copper molybdenum metal.  I had a set and they were nice looking but I’ve had many sets that I thought felt better.  
 

Clevelands’ original 588 iron line was also cast.  I have a set of 588P RTG irons which have a small cavity and also used to have the T (blade version).  
 

The Australian blades that seem to be most coveted are the MCT-97s, a Maltby design.  I’ve only seen pictures and they are nice looking.  

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OP, good point on Rockwell hardness. Looked up some steel grades (Rockwell B):

1020 / S20C cold rolled steel ~68 HRB
304 stainless steel ~70 HRB
1018 cold rolled steel ~71 HRB
1025 / S25C cold rolled steel ~73 HRB
8620 steel ~80+ HRB
4140 (chromoly) steel ~92 HRB
413 stainless steel ~104 HRB
17-4 stainless steel ~109 HRB

304 SS and 1018 are among the most common steels in any industry.  Both are similar hardness which at least partly reflects that softer steels can be easier to form into different shapes.

The golf world generally believes:

Forged = softer, premium build and feel.  Some know 1020-1025 as the softer steels used (like Miura, Mizuno).  Many probably think "forged" is the type of steel material 😪

Cast = harder, can have stigma of less quality.  Some are aware of common steels used like 8620 (like Vokey, though no one denies the quality), or stainless steels like 304 or 17-4.  Others probably think "cast" is the type of steel material 😪

Early casted clubs were 17-4, which would've started the stigma of cast = hard.  But...

You can cast soft steel.  You can forge hard steel ("real" forging, design permitting).

Read old posts saying you can't cast 10xx steel.. That's just not true.  You can melt it and cast it.  Sure you don't get a strength benefit of grain alignment, but castable nonetheless.  I'm sure there are limitations and commonalities in foundries, then also common expectations of golf companies and consumers that drive what materials are used for clubs.  But feel in relation to the method of manufacturing (forged or cast) is unknown to us because we don't have apples-to-apples comparisons - ie. identical heads in 1025 steel forged and 1025 steel cast, or in 304 SS forged and 304 SS cast.

It's just part of the anecdotal evidence that is golf!  A real test would be something like Mizuno's frequency analysis done on identical forged and cast clubheads.  OP you could be right with the cast dislocations and lack of grain mitigating travel of vibrations a little.  Sorry for the snoozefest 😴

Btw, I've built a couple Acer XVs, non pro or tour, and they were surprisingly compact and decent feeling.  Thought the shape looked a little weird on XV irons and XB wedges with the bottom toe roundness (wedges worked great out of rough though).

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