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KZG Evolution forged irons (3-PW)

chemboy2

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Up for sale are KZG Evolutions irons. These bad boys are forged and transition from a full cavity back 3 iron to a true muscle back PW.

The soles have moderate scratching (they're forged!) but the faces and grooves are quite nice. The only two real imperfections are the sole of the 4 iron (ouch) and a nick on the PW face. I bouth the set used and built up the 5-9 with TT XL Lite (reg) shafts. The 3, 4, and PW still have the original Royal Precision graphite shafts. I have not checked the lofts/lies but the forged heads can be adjusted as needed.

Heads only shipped CONUS $130...

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Top left 3iron, bottom right PW

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3-6

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7-PW

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4 iron sole...
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chemboy2

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These heads are still available and looking for a good home!
 
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chemboy2

chemboy2

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Someone please make me a reasonable offer on these!

If chip on face of PW is the hang-up then let me know because I have a Mizuno MP67 PW that can be worked in as well!
 

89Tiger

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Sorry, just bought some Evo heads off this board last week. Having them built w/ Rifle project x. Curious, how did you remove the paint fill - that looks pretty cool.

Thanks
 
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chemboy2

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Sorry, just bought some Evo heads off this board last week. Having them built w/ Rifle project x. Curious, how did you remove the paint fill - that looks pretty cool.

Thanks

I was following that thread. The thread inspired me to put mine back on the market.

As for the paint removal, soaked the heads in acetone (aka nail polish remover) for about 10 minutes.
 

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