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Its been a while since i last posted but i am going to be a more active poster this season.
Im on the market for a new iron set i have between 400 to 600 dollars to spend. Ive been playin maltby for the past 2-3 yrs they are beat up. My swing speed is about 110 - 115 with driver about 85-90 with irons (i dunno if this helps).

I was set on getting callaway razr x ( stiff shafts ) but im having a hard time finding last yrs model . The pro at dicks is trying to talk to me about taylor made burner 2.0 stiff. Im new to the new technology of golf im not sure which brand or brands are good . Any suggestions on current selection or other selection of golf irons .

Thanks for the help
post #2 of 4

Irons generally last longer than 2-3 years.  So I am not certain why your maltby clubs are beat up.  That being said.  With the budget you have, I suggest looking at Ping's last years model (G20) most decent golf shops will give you a free fitting and the Pings will be fitted to you.  In addition Ping tends to have a better resale value.

 

Generally speaking every manufacturer makes a quality set of clubs that will last year a good long time.  If you are set on having an off the rack set and want to get last years model, consider online at places like TGW, rock bottom golf, and ebay.  All are generally easy places to find a solid deal for what you are looking for.

 

Best of luck in your search

post #3 of 4

Pings are damn near friggin indestructable on top of the previously mentioned reasons with the exception of maybe the Ansers. They are awesome at customer service as well.

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Originally Posted by nututhugame View Post

Pings are damn near friggin indestructable on top of the previously mentioned reasons with the exception of maybe the Ansers. They are awesome at customer service as well.

I have a set of G2 irons that I bought brand new when they were released (2004 I believe?). I play about 50 rounds a year, and they still look like new.
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