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Titleist CM 735 Forged Irons 3-pw

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I have a set of Titleist CM 735 forged irons for sale. I have 2 sets of irons and have no use for these any longer. About the clubs: These are a combo of muscle back, and cavity back. They have golf pride decade grips, black over blue in fair cond. club faces have some scratches and small nicks on them, but are very playable. Shafts are true Temper DG S300's (stiff) in standard length, and lie is 2 degree flat. Overall I'd rate the condition of these clubs a 7.5 on a 1 to 10 scale. These irons got rave reviews when they first came out, and they do feel very buttery when hit dead center. These also have the older lofts, i.e. pw is 47 degrees. also these clubs were never abused, i.e. slammed on the ground ect. I can send more photos of the clubs if desired. I will ship to the lower 48 at whatever the cost is via USPS ground, which I'm guessing is about $20.00 or so.

I would also entertain Reasonable offers, although I think 175.00 is a good price for these clubs.

Thanks for looking.

EDIT..Should be 4-PW..sorry I miss typed that..doh.

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More pic's of the clubs.

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Just a note, 3-PW should be eight clubs (3,4,5,6,7,8,9,PW), yet the pics only show seven clubs. Might cause an interested party some concern. Missing club in pics or typo in header? Otherwise they look nice for someone.

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Just a note, 3-PW should be eight clubs (3,4,5,6,7,8,9,PW), yet the pics only show seven clubs. Might cause an interested party some concern. Missing club in pics or typo in header? Otherwise they look nice for someone.

Unfortunately I couldn't edit the title, so I have it in the body of the ad..Thanks for pointing that out. Dang old age..lol

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I assume these are similar to my 695 CBs, at least for the long irons.  Love those.  Good weight, good look at address, nice sound, good distance, can control the shape if you want, not too penal on off center hits.  Recommended for sure.

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I assume these are similar to my 695 CBs, at least for the long irons.  Love those.  Good weight, good look at address, nice sound, good distance, can control the shape if you want, not too penal on off center hits.  Recommended for sure.

Yep, I also have the 695 CB's. Great clubs when you hit em flush... :-D

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Unfortunately I couldn't edit the title, so I have it in the body of the ad..Thanks for pointing that out. Dang old age..lol


No problem, just trying to help out a bit where I can.

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No problem, just trying to help out a bit where I can.

Well, the least I could do is give you a reputation point, which I did. Thanks.

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