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Component clubs

Discussion in 'Golf Equipment Talk' started by azgreg, Dec 15, 2008.

  1. azgreg

    azgreg "Don't count that." Supporting Member

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    For the longest time as a young golfer (when football players wore leather helmets) I admired all the big name clubs in everyones bags except mine. Now that I am in need for new irons ( the DCIs are in poor shape and in need of replacement) I find myself nose deep in the Golfworks catalog. After playing the CT250 driver and 3 wood ( and loving them) I am about to pull the triger on some Maltby MCC forged irons MALTBY MCC FORGED CNC IRON HEADS
    with FST Pro 125 Stepless shafts.FST Pro 125 Stepless Steel Iron Shaft
    I might even try to get them TLT'd.
     
  2. slickpitt

    slickpitt Well-Known Member

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    I'm getting ready to build a Maltby 5-wood for myself. Depending on how that goes I might be sucked in to the component club world :)
     
  3. LyleG

    LyleG gear head

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    Those MCC iron heads are very, very nice.
     
  4. BrandonM7

    BrandonM7 Well-Known Member

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    Those sure are pretty. I'm wanting to try some, but I've been waiting for them to put together one of their "club pak" combos with them because they normally save a pretty good chunk of change that way. But then I'm also torn between those, the MTF, and the MPC. They're all beautiful.
     
  5. LyleG

    LyleG gear head

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    The MCC's and MMB's make for a very nice combo set as well. I just did a set for a guy at our club. 3-4-5-6 in the MCC and 7-8-9-pw in the MMB, he also added to of the milled wedges. We used FST pro 115 shafts and sharpro dual performance grips. Total cost including my build was a hair less than $600. It is hard to beat that for 10 custom built clubs.
     
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    Skiddlydiddly Well-Known Member

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    If I have enough cash to build myself some irons next year, it'll likely be these.
     
  7. MGP

    MGP Clubmaking Ho Supporting Member

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    Yep... those are the few clubs Maltby has that I still think are nice too. I meant to mention that in the "ugly stick" thread. I was just pissed because they discontinued the M-Series wedges and I was especially interested in the satin nickel heads. :laugh:

    I gotta find some satin wedge heads that I like and don't cost as mush as a Vokey. Few and far between, sadly. Hmmm... I need to check Infiniti again, I had crossed them off the list before but now they can go back on.

    I have a golf buddy that I may make a combo set of MCC and MMBs for this year.
     
  8. BrandonM7

    BrandonM7 Well-Known Member

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    Have you looked at the SMT Durometer wedge? It's pretty expensive for a component, but it's very nice.
     
  9. danscustomgolfshop

    danscustomgolfshop Well-Known Member

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    The Maltby MCC forged do TLT :D very nicely as I have done a few sets.
    The bendability of these heads is very good to accept the True Length Technology specifications,
    FST are decent shafts as well

    Hope you do decide to give Custom a try, you will not look back.
     
  10. indacup

    indacup Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    The IP's from Infinity are the Bees Knees... Eric Yeh's masterpiece as far as I am concerned
     
  11. MCDavis

    MCDavis The Plaid Duffer Staff Member Moderator

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    The Bees Knees?? :biglol: Exactly how old are you, Rory?? ;) :p
     

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