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Adjustable irons????

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Where do we go from here? Seems as though companies are tapped out under the current regulations. We have adjustable drivers, fairways and hybrids... how about Adjustable irons so you could tailor each iron to your needs without bending your clubs. Especially for the guys who go with cast clubs?!? Just a thought
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I'm sure they have some prototypes and will eventually release something like that. Probably not a priority since it would be expensive and OEM's make their money off of drivers, wedges and putters. Small margins when it comes to irons.

I don't really think it's needed, if you know your specs you can just order the clubs the way you want them. Can be a different story with a driver and even then the "importance" of adjustability is over done. Once you find the setting that works, you really should't need to change it again.

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It's not a new concept and it's been done. It's also not needed. I know you are talking about minor tweaks, not a one club does it all deal.

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Wow Shorty that super stick is pretty cool, I guess people have always been innovating, I think if adjustable irons did come out it would be more of a gimmicky kind of thing. But one thing is for sure people would buy it!!!
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But one thing is for sure people would buy it!!!

Especially if it had the words super, ballz or rocket in the name ;-)

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Originally Posted by Shorty

It's not a new concept and it's been done. It's also not needed. I know you are talking about minor tweaks, not a one club does it all deal.

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