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I was wondering what irons you guys think that are somewhat new right now (like mp32s, etc) that you think will become classic clubs. I like a bladier type of a club with some forgiveness and am in the market for some new irons and want some players clubs that will last. i love the s59 tours and though i havent hit the 735s or mp32s i like the looks of em. any feedback would be greatly appreciated, thanks!

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I really like my 735's, and they get my vote. I don't know that they'll be a classic later on, but for now they're awesome.

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If you all haven't already, you need to get a set of the Nike Blades and put them in the closet for your grandchildren. I know they aren't the same, but having the "same" set of irons that the best player ever played is entire career has to mean something in 20 years.

 

I have a set w/2iron un opened sitting in the closet. When I get a chance, I'm going to have Tiger sign the 2 iron and mount the set in my memorabilia room...

 

I don't see him changing ever...

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I believe the Titleist 681's will be classics. First, they are the irons Tiger used in 2000, his best year ever so far. Second, and everyone on here will agree with me I'm sure, they are the softest and best blades Titleist has made so far. I have the 2 Iron and when it is struck correctly is the best feeling in golf.

 

 

couldn't agree anymore, took the words rite outta my mouth!!!

 

on top, throw in MP37s and Macgregor blades...(cant remember which model, chrome one)

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If you all haven't already, you need to get a set of the Nike Blades and put them in the closet for your grandchildren. I know they aren't the same, but having the "same" set of irons that the best player ever played is entire career has to mean something in 20 years.

 

I have a set w/2iron un opened sitting in the closet. When I get a chance, I'm going to have Tiger sign the 2 iron and mount the set in my memorabilia room...

 

I don't see him changing ever...

 

not a chance... walmart for 99 bucks ..they are never going up in value.

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Titleist 990. In the 1999-2001 period, it seemed like every high school player on the planet got them, including me. It was the first player's blade I can remember. Dual-length hosels, progressive cavity weight pad - lots of technology in the club. It was also the last great iron before everyone decided to go forged and their popularity going out somewhat coincided with Titleist being supplanted by Taylor Made as the #1 company.

 

Though, hopefully with the 905R, Titleist will return to the top :kewlpics:

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The MP-32's can't miss...Sure to be classics!

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Tourstage Z-101's and MR 23's both mb's and cb's......NO Doubt! :kewlpics:

 

 

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Put my vote in for the Ping S59 Tours, you know that are Ping and will last a lifetime.

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I dont know that any of the current day clubs will achieve classic status,

 

I would say the Titleist F3-05 only because of limited availability, it will be the next 970.

 

The 300 and 681's are already the standard in irons, plus the TN-87.

 

The new clubs are just so readily available that i think to achieve classic staus there has to be fewer to be had.

 

Like Cameron putters.

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I dont know that any of the current day clubs will achieve classic status,

 

I would say the Titleist F3-05 only because of limited availability, it will be the next 970.

 

The 300 and 681's are already the standard in irons, plus the TN-87.

 

The new clubs are just so readily available that i think to achieve classic staus there has to be fewer to be had.

 

Like Cameron putters.

Aren't there Camerons all over the place?

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Titleist 990. In the 1999-2001 period, it seemed like every high school player on the planet got them, including me. It was the first player's blade I can remember. Dual-length hosels, progressive cavity weight pad - lots of technology in the club. It was also the last great iron before everyone decided to go forged and their popularity going out somewhat coincided with Titleist being supplanted by Taylor Made as the #1 company.

 

Though, hopefully with the 905R, Titleist will return to the top :kewlpics:

 

iqonoqlast, I wouldn't say TM has supplanted Titleist as the #1 company in golf equipment. Last year, TM led the driver list on the PGA Tour. Titleist was 2nd. But Titleist led in irons, wedges, putters, and golf balls.

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681s for the players and 'cause of tiger (wish I could play 'em)

MP-32s because of the refined look and awesome feel (may play them)

735s two finishes and they are my favorite irons (currently play them)

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