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I know forged irons feel different from one OEM to the next, so I wanted to create this to compare, not necessarily to rank which is of course player preference.

 

IMO the ones I've tested I'd describe as:

 

Mizuno

They have the least "explosive" feel. I don't feel the ball springing off the face, more like it's kind of being "captured" in it. Borderline "dull," what others may be describing as "buttery."

 

Miura

Very unique, almost "electric" feel. First time I hit one I felt like I had to look down and make sure a battery wasn't in the head. At same time, they are also "silky."

 

Titleist

Firmest and "clickiest" by far.

 

Callaway

More similar to Mizuno, but a bit firmer with some Titleist "click." To get the "click" from them need to hit it right on the exact sweet spot. 

 

Srixon

Very solid but not to the point of firm, very subtle amount of click, and some sense the head is adding ball speed. Imo Srixon would be a good baseline for comparison.

 

PXG

(I'm only commenting on the T models as the P's are too game improvement and I've not hit their solid heads. But T's are also fully forged heads, even though center is foam filled.)

Soft and solid, but as expected on more soft side. Sense of adding ball speed in this case somewhat suggestive of a  tennis racket.

 

Yururi

Small OEM, but since they're my wedges I can comment. Very "dense," feels like ball is being "punished," like hit with a sledge hammer.

 

I cannot comment on TM, as I've only hit the P790's and the part of the head not forged definitely makes it more cast than forged imo. Ditto for Ping, Cobra and Wilson.

 

 

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I'll add Vega and Epon as well.  Epon is the epitome of soft.  Nothing and I mean nothing is softer, IMO.  They ding up easy as a result.  Vega is right behind it.  They literally feel like a mushy marshmallow.  You either hate it or love it. 

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In my opinion, Miura feel the most dense.  It’s a firmer feel but soft at the same time. different from anything else I’ve hit. 
 

Cobra MB’s to me feel the best besides Miura. Then in third comes mizuno 241’s (current irons, combo 4-5 of 243’s). Definitely don’t feel as lively but that’s not a bad thing to me. 
 

ping OG blueprints a little more firm. Don’t think I’ve hit any other MB’s of current generation MB’s to comment on 

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Taylormade’s P7MC is forged with their 2k ton press and feel insanely dense with tons of hit, yet amazingly soft out of the middle.

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This is always a fun discussion and will lead to many going down the JDM rabbit hole. There are more than a few specifics that define a forged club and some in my opinion are eye brow raising and honestly a stretch to call a club "Forged". If you want the "Softest" I would say most anything in a one piece forging by Endo ( Epon, OnOff, Bridgestone, Yamaha, Srixon others.] Mizuno uses a few different materials from 1025E and Chromoly and both have their own unique feel.

 

I agree with the " Dense" adjective for Miura and it comes down to what you like to say what's the best. The hollow body forged Irons ( PXG, TM P770 , P790  with foam or rubber or secret sauce in my opinion belong in a different category since they are adding a material to enhance the feel of the forging.   

 

I will throw a DTC brand in the conversation that I tried a few times that were surprisingly "Soft " and that's New Level Golf, In particular the 902PD.  There are also Irons like the Srixon ZX5 that use a forged body with a Spring steel face welded and that is a thin hot face and is a harder feel. I guess we could throw Ping i530 and others that use that process in the same category.   

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I agree with much of the above:

 

Miura BB: simultaneously soft and solid, with a concentrated feedback that’s like nothing else out there.

 

Epon Personal 2: Japanese marshmallows with a bit of click.  When I first  put these in the bag I decided to bring my Wilson FG-17 out of retirement so that I could compare.  The FG-17 were much firmer with plenty of feedback.  It took a while for me to get use to the Epons because I'd never played anything that soft before.  In comparison to the Wilsons, they had much less feedback.  

 

United SBB1 Tours/Vega Idon'tremembers: both of these blades are made out of Kyoei blanks.  Very soft with a pleasant click.  Softer and less solid than Miura, but not as soft as Epon.  They have enough click to give you some feedback without being harsh.  I definitely liked them better than Personal 2 (which I owned two or three times).

 

Cobra King MB: a poor man’s Miura BB.  Not as soft or as solid as the BB.  By modern standards, these irons are short from heel-to-toe.  Not quite as short as the BB, but a hair shorter than the Wilson FG-17, MacGregor Muirfield 20th Anniversaries, and the Masdas.  Great USDM club.

 

Srixon 945.  Solid without being firm.  It has some softness, too.  Not much click or crispiness from what I recall.  Another very nice club.

 

Masda Proto blades (the version with the long hosels): These bad boys are the sledgehammers of the JDM world, and produce a wave of feedback that goes from solid-thick-and-dense to soft.  They make the BB feel like Epons.  These Proto blades are what Godzilla would use—and make no mistake boys and girls—Godzilla would play blades!!!!

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Vega wedges,raw, got a 52 56 vw06 17166061203865479998033863057146.jpg.1c74f89ec0ddab33ad8881f5c9a59262.jpgpair a year ago. Love the 52. 56 is completely different...

52 RTx4 jdm forged. Its nice, and rarity value ...

Irons

J33cb and MP64

Both easy going cb.

 

Importantly, many people love non soft forgings. I bought mb710 ten years ago at start of Winter.. instantly learned what people were saying..at the Range i was hitting rocks. Clicky rocks. Sold soon after.

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For me, I don’t like the buttery soft that some people do. I have always wanted a very dense feeling strike but with minimal click. Through the years I have had some incredible irons with my favorites being Daiwa Advisor and MacGregor VFoil 1025M.  I love the feeling that the ball just becomes part of the club for a split second longer creating a very heavy hit feel. Most recently Srixon ZForged and Ping Blueprint S have given me the feel I prefer. 

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On 5/23/2024 at 11:33 PM, g_nw said:

Taylormade’s P7MC is forged with their 2k ton press and feel insanely dense with tons of hit, yet amazingly soft out of the middle.

I haven’t hit a p7mc in years. But I always remember my brother and I describing it as a similar feel to hitting the sweet spot on a wooden bat. Soft, crack feeling. Always loved them. 

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10 minutes ago, petep5280 said:

I've been obsessed looking for the best feeling irons. So far, 2 have stuck out:

 

Z785s

Cobra Amp Cell Pros

 

I tried some Z745s recently and couldn't find their feel like the Z785s. 

 

I have a set of Cobra CB/MBs on their way hoping they are just like the Amp Cell Pros. 

I’m still using the Z785’s and will agree they feel phenomenal. I’ve tried less than others on here for sure, but they may be the best feeling irons i’ve ever hit.

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5 minutes ago, DoughBack18 said:

I’m still using the Z785’s and will agree they feel phenomenal. I’ve tried less than others on here for sure, but they may be the best feeling irons i’ve ever hit.

 

They had this feel that went right through the backs of my forearms that was unbelievable. Same with the 🐍

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13 hours ago, RogerinNewZealand said:

Vega wedges,raw, got a 52 56 vw06 17166061203865479998033863057146.jpg.1c74f89ec0ddab33ad8881f5c9a59262.jpgpair a year ago. Love the 52. 56 is completely different...

52 RTx4 jdm forged. Its nice, and rarity value ...

Irons

J33cb and MP64

Both easy going cb.

 

Importantly, many people love non soft forgings. I bought mb710 ten years ago at start of Winter.. instantly learned what people were saying..at the Range i was hitting rocks. Clicky rocks. Sold soon after.

Test and Tune...

Love 'em or hate 'em, have to give credit to Titleist for remaining consistent over the years. I "like 'em" in the MBs, they impart a blissful compression on the ball when hit in the sweet spot.

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Since taking up golf in the late 90s, I can honestly say I haven't tested that many clubs.  I have always been about ball-striking golf, not chasing club ideals. 

 

I started with cast Ping, then switched to forged Mizuno blades, followed by forged PRGR, then custom forged MacGregor blades, forged Titleist blades, cast Callaway CB, forged Miura blades, back to forged 620 Titleist blades and forged T100

 

The softest of the lot was Miura, then Mizuno, and then MacGregor, and the most played being forged Titleist; I never wanted the softest feel.  Titleist seems to make soft forging but not so much that it masquerades impact, like the others.  I find it useful to instantly know where my ball is going at impact, without having to look up.

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Titleist AP2’s felt great but the new T-series, while great performing irons (2021 T100 is the only model i’ve used and formerly owned), certainly are firm/clicky; clicky is not necessarily a bad thing though, nor an indicator of overall performance. I think there just might be more feedback on off-center hits that you would more-so expect out of a blade/MB than whatever category the T100’s fall into

 

Srixon Zx7’s, which I own, are definitely less clicky and sort of remind me of the prior gen models of Titleist AP2’s. They feel and perform great.

 

That’s all i can speak to, lol

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Have to update my opinion on Mizuno, as I realized it depends on which line. I demo'd the 921 Tours (100% solid forged head), and quickly put them in the bag. Unlike the MP line, these add an element of "crispness" that I really enjoy. Much more so than MP's that came across as "dull" to me. I think I even heard an interview with their head of product who said the MPs are for Mizuno traditionalists who want a certain look and feel, the latter of which they often achieve with a layer of copper. The newbies to Mizuno are expecting a different look and feel.

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On 5/25/2024 at 11:00 AM, DoughBack18 said:

I’m still using the Z785’s and will agree they feel phenomenal.

I played a Z965/Z765 combo set last year. Softest  feeling irons I've ever played.

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My favorites are the last several generations of Wilson staff CB and MB irons and endo forged Bridgestone irons. They have a similar soft but not mushy feel.
 

Also enjoy Vega satin VM wedges which fall in a similar feel category as Bridgestone and Wilson.

 

Love the performance of Titleist irons especially the 716 CBs but hate the hard clicky feel. Titleist CB 716 with the feel of the Bridgestone J33 CB would be the perfect iron. 
 

Agree with the description of Miura and still wonder why I sold my combo set of CB 57 and MB001 irons. Feel is really unique, dense and addictive.

 

Srixon are similar to Bridgestone but a little softer.

 

Callaway 2018 Apex MB irons are also great soft but not too soft irons. Nothing else from Callaway feels the same. 2018 X forged were nice but they were too soft for me.

 

i have never fallen for a Mizuno iron. They feel good to me but I always find something I like better. Cannot give a good description of the feel because I don’t have enough experience with them.

 

Macgregor MT irons had a feel between Bridgestone and Miura. Nice just not special.

 

 

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15 hours ago, Tar_Heel_93 said:

My favorites are the last several generations of Wilson staff CB and MB irons and endo forged Bridgestone irons. They have a similar soft but not mushy feel.
 

Also enjoy Vega satin VM wedges which fall in a similar feel category as Bridgestone and Wilson.

 

Love the performance of Titleist irons especially the 716 CBs but hate the hard clicky feel. Titleist CB 716 with the feel of the Bridgestone J33 CB would be the perfect iron. 
 

Agree with the description of Miura and still wonder why I sold my combo set of CB 57 and MB001 irons. Feel is really unique, dense and addictive.

 

Srixon are similar to Bridgestone but a little softer.

 

Callaway 2018 Apex MB irons are also great soft but not too soft irons. Nothing else from Callaway feels the same. 2018 X forged were nice but they were too soft for me.

 

i have never fallen for a Mizuno iron. They feel good to me but I always find something I like better. Cannot give a good description of the feel because I don’t have enough experience with them.

 

Macgregor MT irons had a feel between Bridgestone and Miura. Nice just not special.

 

 

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Man I totally agree with you.  Wilson and Bridgestone have been my favorites by far.  
 

Grew up playing older Mizuno’s and I loved them!  But over the past 5 years, Bridgestone is always my reference point for feel and over the past 3 years it’s been Wilson.  Just a fantastic feeling iron!

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15 hours ago, Tar_Heel_93 said:

My favorites are the last several generations of Wilson staff CB and MB irons and endo forged Bridgestone irons. They have a similar soft but not mushy feel.
 

Also enjoy Vega satin VM wedges which fall in a similar feel category as Bridgestone and Wilson.

 

Love the performance of Titleist irons especially the 716 CBs but hate the hard clicky feel. Titleist CB 716 with the feel of the Bridgestone J33 CB would be the perfect iron. 
 

Agree with the description of Miura and still wonder why I sold my combo set of CB 57 and MB001 irons. Feel is really unique, dense and addictive.

 

Srixon are similar to Bridgestone but a little softer.

 

Callaway 2018 Apex MB irons are also great soft but not too soft irons. Nothing else from Callaway feels the same. 2018 X forged were nice but they were too soft for me.

 

i have never fallen for a Mizuno iron. They feel good to me but I always find something I like better. Cannot give a good description of the feel because I don’t have enough experience with them.

 

Macgregor MT irons had a feel between Bridgestone and Miura. Nice just not special.

 

 

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I have about 40+ sets and short sets of forged irons built.  Many from the big name brands, and even those don't feel the same between models.  I've been building up a lot of 6 and 7 iron demo heads, taking advantage of really cheap last-years demo models.  I recently built up some Mizuno MP18, MP20, MP221 and 223.  I was really jazzed for the 221/223, but they were a let down.  Felt much clickier than I thought they would.  The MP18 and MP20 are exactly how a Mizuno should feel.

 

I've also built up multiple sets of Honmas including 717, 727, and Rose Protos, multiple sets of Maruman Conductors, and a couple PRGR sets.  The Maruman feel the softest, imo.

 

The overall softest set I have are some MacGregor Pro-M/C, but they were the non-chrome model with the black finish.  Feel super soft.

 

Built a Miura MC501 and a Epon AF-Tour.  Not buttery soft, more of a solid feel to them.

 

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Anything forged by Endo is my preferred feel 

 

Endo forged sets I own and do not plan on selling include - 

 

Cleveland 588 CB (first set I broke 80 with) 

Srixon Z745 (first set I built myself) 

Callaway X-forged 2013 

Bridegstone J15CB 

 

I have never hit a Muira so I cannot speak to the feel of them and my experience with Mizuno clubs is minimal (had a set of MP64 for a while and hit them on the range with shafts that were way too soft for me. Never got around to building them up in a set of shafts I normally play and ended up selling them to make room for other sets I wanted at the time. 

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20 hours ago, Ger21 said:

I played a Z965/Z765 combo set last year. Softest  feeling irons I've ever played.

how do you like those Fourteen wedges? Pretty impressed with the DJ-5 I just put into the bag

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3 hours ago, ChristopherMcDonald said:

how do you like those Fourteen wedges?

I've never been more accurate with my wedges then I am with the RM-4's. I get a much lower flight than I've had in the past, too.

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On 5/25/2024 at 1:21 PM, mjo23 said:

Titleist AP2’s felt great but the new T-series, while great performing irons (2021 T100 is the only model i’ve used and formerly owned), certainly are firm/clicky; clicky is not necessarily a bad thing though, nor an indicator of overall performance. I think there just might be more feedback on off-center hits that you would more-so expect out of a blade/MB than whatever category the T100’s fall into

 

Srixon Zx7’s, which I own, are definitely less clicky and sort of remind me of the prior gen models of Titleist AP2’s. They feel and perform great.

 

That’s all i can speak to, lol

T100's have a lot of tungsten at the perimeter, so not truly a one piece forged. I found them to be amazing on center strikes, punishing compression of the ball, but quite harsh on off center strikes ...probably most night and day of any iron I ever hit. 

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      Tiger Woods - WITB - 2024 US Open
      Edoardo Molinari - WITB - 2024 US Open
      Logan McAllister - WITB - 2024 US Open
      Bryan Kim - WITB - 2024 US Open
      Richard Mansell - WITB - 2024 US Open
      Jackson Buchanan - WITB - 2024 US Open
      Carter Jenkins - WITB - 2024 US Open
      Parker Bell - WITB - 2024 US Open
      Omar Morales - WITB - 2024 US Open
      Neil Shipley - WITB - 2024 US Open
      Casey Jarvis - WITB - 2024 US Open
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      Tiger Woods on the range at Pinehurst on Monday – 2024 U.S. Open
      Newton Motion shaft - 2024 US Open
      Cameron putter covers - 2024 US Open
      New UST Mamiya Linq shaft - 2024 US Open

       

       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
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    • Titleist GT drivers - 2024 the Memorial Tournament
      Early in hand photos of the new GT2 models t the truck.  As soon as they show up on the range in player's bags we'll get some better from the top photos and hopefully some comparison photos against the last model.
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
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    • 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge - Discussion and Links to Photos
      Please put any questions or comments here
       
       
       
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      2024 Charles Schwab Challenge - Monday #1
      2024 Charles Schwab Challenge - Tuesday #1
      2024 Charles Schwab Challenge - Tuesday #2
      2024 Charles Schwab Challenge - Tuesday #3
       
       
       
       
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      Keith Mitchell - WITB - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Rafa Campos - WITB - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      R Squared - WITB - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Martin Laird - WITB - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Paul Haley - WITB - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Tyler Duncan - WITB - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Min Woo Lee - WITB - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Austin Smotherman - WITB - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Lee Hodges - WITB - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Sami Valimaki - WITB - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
       
       
       
       
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      Eric Cole's newest custom Cameron putter - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      New Super Stroke Marvel comic themed grips - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Ben Taylor's custom Cameron putter - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Tyler Duncan's Axis 1 putter - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Cameron putters - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Chris Kirk's new Callaway Opus wedges - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      ProTC irons - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Dragon Skin 360 grips - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Cobra prototype putters - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      SeeMore putters - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
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