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Just wondering I have a set of cally x24s I also have a pursuit forged MB 7 iron 36 degree lofty My cally 7 iron is 31 degrees Why when hit both pure do I get 10-15 yards more distance with the pursuit MB And just seems more accurate then the x24 Any thoughts
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Today's manufacturers are SOOO focused on distance, that club lofts tend to get stronger and stronger every year. Some people will tell you as CoG changes so to does the need for the loft to get lower so the ball flight stays at roughly the same, but it is true, yesterday's 9 iron is today's PW. As for why you hit the mb further on the best shots, I can't answer that. But remember, unless you struggle for distance, it really doesn't matter how far you hit clubs, just how accurate. A good golfer that hits a 7 iron 140 at the pin is still going to score better than the guy who hits a 9 iron the Same 140 but ends up in the trap.
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Originally Posted by Superplumber

Just wondering I have a set of cally x24s

I also have a pursuit forged MB 7 iron 36 degree lofty

My cally 7 iron is 31 degrees

Why when hit both pure do I get 10-15 yards more distance with the pursuit MB

And just seems more accurate then the x24

Any thoughts

For whatever reason a MB look helps you hit it better.  Do you have a hard time hitting the ball high?

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No problems hitting ball high. I hit the MB flush and good distance it's predictable I know it's going where I want I tested theory today I teed off on a couple holes and the MB long and straight. My x24 were straight but no feel at all like hitting and hoping. I feel as it is time to fill the rest of the order
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