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Posts by ngrec

Go to a demo day or a shop that has demo's and hit em all. Best advice you're gonna get from this..
Sounds like you have a case of the shanks..  put your change in your other pocket and turn your hat around and you'll be fine..      Seriously though, search the internet or this forum for help with the shanks.  Not as big of a problem as you might think...
I am playing an 8813 right now that I really like. Not sure when Wilson produced them but it fits my eye well.
I played with a set of knockoff Ping Eye 2's for the first year or so.  I didn't know they were knockoff Pings till later on, I just thought of them as golf clubs.  They were fine to me and I loved them.  I went from the knockoffs to Adams a2OS which was a super game improvement iron.  When I outgrew them, I bought a set of Ping i10's.  I told ya that to tell you this..  I hit the old Ping knockoff's now and can definitely tell a difference - no comparison.  But when I...
I've had these irons for about 2 years and I love them.  I've read posts from folks on various websites that really hates these irons.  Does anyone else play the i10's and love them as much as me?  Am I the only one out there??  lol
If you learn with a set that is too short you will most likely develop bad habits that you will have to work hard to get out of your system.  I personally wouldn't go with the Pinemeadow stuff.  Some people rant and rave over Pinemeadow equipment.  I have never hit any of it and it may very well be great stuff.  After buying a lot of cheap equipment over the years, I am a firm believer that you get what you pay for!  If you pay for a set of $139 irons, you get a $139 set...
I would go with something that holds their value because you will more than likely want to trade your clubs in eventually. You will probably get better and want a more challenging iron and.. well let's face it, our generation loves to ditch old stuff for new stuff. The G10's are good irons and will hold their value but as others have said - I would do a little eBay searching and find your clubs for half the price.
I would go with something that holds their value because you will more than likely want to trade your clubs in eventually. You will probably get better and want a more challenging iron and.. well let's face it, our generation loves to ditch old stuff for new stuff. The G10's are good irons and will hold their value but as others have said - I would do a little eBay searching and find your clubs for half the price.
It looks like it could be the most awesome or the most aggraviting training tool ever created.   
I am about a 10-13 handicap depending on how honest I'm being that day. :) I was hitting my 54* CH15 DSG well last fall but so far this season I am hitting right under it just about everytime. I went to a different wedge with a 12* bounce and have had no problems. I think a DSG is definitely a club you need to play once you've got your feel down.
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