Originally Posted by tobish
Thank you for the answers. I know about what you say about the handicap, but the lower handicap the more advanced clubs (often), right?
I don't think I use the Hogans as my favorite. Basically I just want the clubs because I think they are special. But it does not irrelevant what I buy. I want the best of the best from Hogan, whether I can use the irons or not. It stems from the fact that I think they are really cool, and really just want a set. Do you have any experience with the Hogans, and can you prefer some Clubs? :-)
There are actually several tour players that don't play the most advanced clubs. Plenty of low handicappers that I play with use more of a "game improvement" club.
As far as Hogans, I had a set of Apex irons many years ago, and I liked them. They are pretty solid and a good looking club. The problem with Hogans is that I don't believe they are still in production, meaning you will have to buy a set, then take them to someone to get them fitted to you.
I would recommend going to demo days or shops that have a wide array of irons for fitting. Keep an open mind when selecting irons and don't get too caught up on a brand. If you want to get a set of Hogans because they're cool, you should be able to get a set pretty cheap since they will be at least a few years old by now.