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Forged Classics site....cool link..

Loop

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Very nice collection indeed.
Those Wilson Staff are a piece of beauty.
But the price tag is overwhelming. There's an independant golf shop here that sells old clubs like these for a quarter of the price, but they're in mint conditions.
 

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Some of these look sweet, especially the COBRA Greg Norman "TOUR" Irons, but at $899 perhaps a tad on the expensive side.
 

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Yup, played the 1980 Titleist Tour Irons for many years. Traded for some cavity backs after re-starting from a 3 year layoff. figured I needed all the help I could get. I think the cavity backs do help but sure miss the feel of a well struck blade.

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DaveE

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You must spend all day thinking up new ways to be a ho. :D
 

IrishGolfer

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You could shave with some of those suckas...
Or chop wood... ;)


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IrishGolfer said:
You could shave with some of those suckas...
Or chop wood... ;)


SHHHAAARRRPP!


Or build a '56 Buick. There's alot of metal in some of those clubs. I wonder what the swingweight was of some of those?

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dave.

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oooooooooh,lovely stuff

the 73-78 Hogan Apex
the Cobra Norman Tours
the Titleist Tours

lovely,lovely bats.
 
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A spade is a spade, hey?

I look through both sites mentioned and it's funny how so many blades look exactly the same (minus a few athetic changes) year after year after year. You basically get a muscle back or a cavity back.

I really wonder how much better a set of 1969 Arnold Palmer pro series blades would differ from a set of Mp-33's if they had the same shaft and swingweight....

It would be a cool test...

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dave.

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Smaller sweet spot,in fact the Arnies sweetspot would be the size of a nats cock.Plus the forging would feel different,I suspect a tad harder in those days.Thin one in February back then and your teeth would fall out.

Those blades are hardcore porn:).Cavities are just downright ugly in comparison,some of those blades are works of art.
 

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I used to play these

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Jack won the '86 Masters with the 20th Anniversary edition,beautiful clubs.
 
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dave. said:
Bloody hell,I'm really tempted to buy those Macgregors


Which, the Muirfield set?

I like these...clean, no frills...
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