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Golfsmith P2 Irons

Discussion in 'Golf Equipment Reviews' started by spartyon8, Mar 26, 2008.

  1. spartyon8

    spartyon8 Cubbie Fever

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    I recently jumped in on the GS sale and bought a small set of P2 irons. I must say that they are actually very nice. They look great, feel great, and REALLY eat balls (they shred them cuz of the sharp teeth).

    I actually made it to the range today, the weather in Northern Illinois has been horrible with the exception of the last 2 days. I was beautiful today so I thought it was a great day to take a few swings before the snow hits AGAIN tomorrow.

    They really have a great feel to them. I put some cheap TT shafts in them. Will probably upgrade since I like the way they feel. I think I even converted a fellow ranger to looking at them. He asked me if they were a Christmas gift. I said no, I am a ho!

    Not bad for a sub $100 set.
     
  2. Eracer

    Eracer No more triple bogies!!

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    Excellent!
     
  3. King Par

    King Par Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    I still haven't gotten mine. UPS lost 'em. :(
     
  4. MGP

    MGP Clubmaking Ho Supporting Member

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    I told ya you'd like 'em :D



    Reposted from member's forum... :laugh:

    (Sorry about your clubs man)

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  5. mddubya

    mddubya Hybrid convert

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    Best of luck with the new clubs spartyon8, I hope you get yours soon King Par. They are probably wherever my KE4 heads and shafts are, :confused:

    Hopefully we will both get them tomorrow, I need to get mine built, let them set and hit a few balls before this weekends tournament. Luckily I still have my old ones so if I can't get them ready I'll still have a 3 wood and a hybrid.
     
  6. spartyon8

    spartyon8 Cubbie Fever

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    Well, they are taking a bit to get used to but the have a really nice feel. A little shiny at address but not to bad. I have only been to the range but the range will be needing new balls. These grooves are sharp!

    I don't know if it's the -1/2 in length or the long break from winter but my swing is a little funky. Hope to get that fixed on a course with the 60* weekend we are supposed to have here.
     
  7. spartyon8

    spartyon8 Cubbie Fever

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    Wow these puppies are pretty nice. I still need to play with them more but I did not shank 1 ball. They cut through the ground really well, I tend to strike down and make a nice divot with every shot. Grooves are amazing. I got a 9 iron to back up from 130 on saturday. Granted it is pretty wet up here with the thaw but I rarely back a ball up. I got my wedges to start checking too which is something I struggled with last year.
    They might be my players this year!
     
  8. King Par

    King Par Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Mine came in today. They are so much nicer in person.
     
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    LBlack14 Enjoy Life! Supporting Member

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    I hate to dig up an Old thread, but Golfsmith has these on clearance for $6.94 per head. I play 'em and love 'em! Any of you guys still playing yours?
     
  10. eclark53520

    eclark53520 DB Member Extraordinaire Supporting Member

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    I got a 6i i just built waiting to hit it...

    Its definatly a good lookin iron...hopefully i hit it well and can save some money while they are on clearance
     
  11. King Par

    King Par Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    I played mine until the end of last year. I don't think I'll keep playing them, I need to go forged. I want to get fit for a set this year and I think my lie angles are going to be too much to adjust a cast head.
     
  12. LyleG

    LyleG gear head

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    The P2 can be bent 10* in any direction. No club made is more bendable. They are also everybit as soft feeling as a forged iron.
     
  13. spartyon8

    spartyon8 Cubbie Fever

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    These are great feeling irons. I love mine and might buy a set of heads as a replacement if equipment isn't ever changing.
     
  14. BigJim13

    BigJim13 Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

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    At 6.94/head that is a steal. I had a set and ended up selling them, they felt and looked great but were just a bit to light for my taste. If I had it to do over again I would try different shafts and maybe different weighting, but still superb heads.
     
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    Wow, I didn't know that. How do they do that?

    I have two P2s, a 3 iron and a gap wedge. I'm not getting more, but I do like them. Easier to hit straight than work. You cannot even approach their good looks for the price.
     
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    LBlack14 Enjoy Life! Supporting Member

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    Lyle's Right On here and they look better stripped!

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  17. spartyon8

    spartyon8 Cubbie Fever

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    I like the red/black lettering. The stripped is too "bling" for me. Great club none the less.
     
  18. King Par

    King Par Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Thanks for clearing that up. I can't remember where I read it but some guy said they couldn't be bent more than 2* without cracking, but I'm guessing you probably know more than him.

    I have no problems with them whatsoever. I love the feel, the look, everything.
     
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    LBlack14 Enjoy Life! Supporting Member

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    I'm gonna blacken some when it warms up. I've got another set of used heads. Like a BO finish with that silver medallion in the cavity....:thumbs up:
     
  20. King Par

    King Par Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Has anyone had a chance to hit the newer model that came out? They don't look as good, but if they play better I'll probably get those instead.
     

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