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Try the Adams super s irons. You might get a little more lift. And the hybrids in this set are awesome. The kbs shafts don't hurt either
I played callys for awhile. Had bought 3 sets of them. I am now playing Adams super s iro s with the kbs shafts in them. Don't be afraid to think out of the box. You can also pick up some +1 inch clubs on occasion on eBay. But really if you have the option I would have o e of the pros fit you then order them. With that said if the standard clubs are really hindering your swing. Remember golf pros that work at courses that sell clubs will sell you clubs even if you don't...
If your hitting your irons good no need to change. There is a YouTube video were Mark crossfield hits a project x 6.0 against a woman's graphite shaft. I would watch that video it will explain more then I can. But flex is not what everyone believes it is. But it is also a game of confidence so if it makes you feel better do it.
I would just keep playing what you have. And instead of getting clubs spend the mo ey on lessons. But if ya want a decent set fir cheap Callaway x14 are good starter set that can be had for about $100 in good shape.
I liked the tt but ball flight was a little low for my eye. I'm not a real highball hitter so the mt def helped with that.
The problem is that Cleveland does not market like the big guns do. But once you get there eguipment in peoples hands they tend to love it. I was a Callaway guy and never thought I would like anything Cleveland until I tried the classic driver then it was the putter now it's the 588 mt irons. Yeah they are a little clunky but they do what I want and that's all that matters to me.
I believe Keegan Bradley does he also has a 588 mt in there somewhere lol
It's all about your swing. The ground does play into it but your swing had way more to do with the bounce then the ground imo
I would go with the r9. I really wish I would ha e never ditched that driver. But I had to have the Cleveland classic and the 10 yards I picked up well they do t show as much as I played in the shortgrass with the r9. Just remember it's not the distance off the tee it's the height of the grass you land in. Good luck and think of what one you like to look at more
yeah I read that one too. Did your shafts seem a little whippy even with the tt lights in there. before the kbs shafts
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