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Rockford35

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Really? Thought it was the other way around. Oops. Your knowledge overwhelms me, sir.:prop:

The only reason I know that is I wanted a set of V25's years back, but could never find a set for a reasonable price. There were several members that played them and swore by their feel. I still poke around Ebay for a set every once in a while.

Like these, for example: -Unhit Armour 2000 845 evo V-25 Forged 3-PW Steel RH-S - eBay (item 220301193367 end time Oct-20-09 15:22:03 PDT)

LOL. Does the guy punch his fist up your anus too if you buy those? What is this guy on?

R35
 

LeftyHoges

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V31's are cast. V25's are forged.

R35

My apologies, its the V-25's I'm after....

Lefty,

Callaway Pre-Owned has 25% off lefty handed clubs right now!

Not bad, but the only Cally stuff I want is the FT-I (Tour or LCG) and the only LCG they have is a draw model, and the Tour have Speeder shafts that I DO NOT get along with.

Apart from the FT-3, 5 & 9, the other Cally stuff I wouldn't piss on if it was on fire, especially their irons.

Thanks for the heads up though FAT! :thumbs up:
 

buykrux

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i vote for titleist zbs, cobra pro mbs, and ta2s even though you already had them
IMO the ta2s were by far the best irons of all
i personally like the thin soles and thing toplines, i wish they made the prombs in LH
i saw someone say mp57
i had a set last year, same exact shafts that were in my previous set of irons and they were litterally, 2 clubs shorter, i was hitting a 5 iron in from 160 yards
something wasnt right about them, they jsut didnt seem to fly like they should have
 

20 PAT's

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Love my Cobra Pro CB's. They just go straight! Look similar to MP60 @ address, but are easier to hit.
I think the shafts that I use might elevate my ball flight, but straight is good. "feel" is subjective, I had MP60, they "feel" just as soft.
Got mine for $350....
 

dell53

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I have a brand new set of Maltby KE4's I had built for me. 4-GW with R-300 Dynamic Golds. never hit, STD length and lie. Very easy to hit. I also have 4 extra 2 gram wts. medium Golf Pride Tour velvet grips.

$180.00 shipped Cont US and I will throw in a brand new Maltby M-Series Nickel plated 56* sand wedge, DG wedge flex.
 

buykrux

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Love my Cobra Pro CB's. They just go straight! Look similar to MP60 @ address, but are easier to hit.
I think the shafts that I use might elevate my ball flight, but straight is good. "feel" is subjective, I had MP60, they "feel" just as soft.
Got mine for $350....

they are definitely not as hard to hit as they look
but they will give you stingers if your swing is sloppy that day
i read they put PX in them because for some reason the design of the heads lowered the ballflight dramatically
i put s300s in mine and i did notice a lower ball flight but it elminated my hooking of 7-pw and slicing the 3-5
they are in the shop getting black golds in them as we speak, i have heard great things about those shafts im curious to see how they are

looks like 3 votes for cobra!
 

SiberianDVM

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Clug, any interest in a 4-PW set of PING i10s? They currently have the ZZ65 Cushin shafts in them.
 

20 PAT's

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One thing....when the set came I pulled the 9 and PW at least 10 yards. Found out they were both 2 degrees flat. Now they are standard and work well.
I went to a demo day this spring and narrowed it down to 3: Ping s59, adams a4 and the Pro CB.
 

BrandonM7

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Oh, and look at the Nickent 4dx Pros.

I just got a new set of 4DX CBs for $180 - I figured for that with the inclusion of 20° and 23° 4DX IWs it wouldn't really matter if the irons were good. Turns out they're really good. Of course I'm biased, but I think they're really, really nice. Very little offset, extraordinarily thin topline for a GI iron (although I have no idea why people care about that - I just mention it because so many do) but still have a low enough COG and huge center weight that they're forgiving as all hell. Plus the 90g steel shaft is a great fit for me - I don't like standard ~130g steel shafts, but lighter graphite stuff (what I currently play are 65g) are a bit light making me have to fight for consistency. So far so good.
 

mddubya

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If you have a Edwin Watts nearby, check into the Srixon i701's. The one here has them brand new for $399.00, $299.00 if you are a Loyal Tee member, which you can sign up for on the spot and get the discount. They are forged and suweeeettttt feeling.
 

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