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Bunches of Titleist Irons

azgreg

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If I remember correctly they were the iron of choice for the Cleveland pros in 2005. They're pretty soft. I'll try to get a pic of the bag chatter for you guys.
 

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If I remember correctly they were the iron of choice for the Cleveland pros in 2005. They're pretty soft. I'll try to get a pic of the bag chatter for you guys.
They are soft, and great looking at address. I wasn't a fan of their lofts but its how most irons are anyway.
 

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They are soft, and great looking at address. I wasn't a fan of their lofts but its how most irons are anyway.
That's a little strong, but not real bad. In my Ci9 set the PW is 44, but they give ya a GW that's 48. What's weird is that all those sets that are strong are not real strong in the long irons, at around the 6i they do one or two clubs a little stronger, but the big difference is in the 7-pw. The other weird thing is that I don't hit that 44 much longer at all than the 47 in my Pi7's. I play both sets the same basic yardages, I'll club up at an in between yardage with the Pi7's and down with the Ci9's and that's the only real difference.
 

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