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Help with iron selection

jhmeg2

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Well, some of you know that I recently tried having my Cleveland TA1 irons bent, and ended up with a broken 4 iron. It will be replaced... so I have to go back to my rbz irons. Well, found out today that they can't be bent either. So now I have three sets of irons, I can't have fit to me. Do I play the rbz irons that are three degrees down? Or the TA1 irons 2 degrees down. Or do I sell my three sets and get a new set? Anybody wanna trade?

Talk to me people.
 

Fairwaysplitter3320

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Well, some of you know that I recently tried having my Cleveland TA1 irons bent, and ended up with a broken 4 iron. It will be replaced... so I have to go back to my rbz irons. Well, found out today that they can't be bent either. So now I have three sets of irons, I can't have fit to me. Do I play the rbz irons that are three degrees down? Or the TA1 irons 2 degrees down. Or do I sell my three sets and get a new set? Anybody wanna trade?

Talk to me people.
Ho new irons immediately!!!
 

Splunge

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Buy those Taylormade TP Mb's from like two years ago, those are some straight up eye candy, and if you have the game for TA1's, than you should be just fine with those.
 

Splunge

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these ones
 

limpalong

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The Ping "S" line is blade-like and can be bent. However, you should be able to find some in an upright lie. The I-3 blades can be bent. They were great irons, especially the I-3+... and can be had quite reasonably. Ping will bend most any of the more recent lines at the factory for little or no charge.

Any of the Mizuno forged irons can be bent. If you could find a really pristine set of MP32's or MP33's, both were great.
 

Splunge

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The Ping "S" line is blade-like and can be bent. However, you should be able to find some in an upright lie. The I-3 blades can be bent. They were great irons, especially the I-3+... and can be had quite reasonably. Ping will bend most any of the more recent lines at the factory for little or no charge.

Any of the Mizuno forged irons can be bent. If you could find a really pristine set of MP32's or MP33's, both were great.
Preach it, Ho...
 

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