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Poll Results: What's are the best irons?

 
  • 15% (3)
    Nike VR Pro Blades / VR Combo
  • 5% (1)
    Callaway RAZR Irons
  • 5% (1)
    Rocketbladez Irons / Combo Set
  • 5% (1)
    Ping I3 Irons
  • 68% (13)
    Other
19 Total Votes  
post #19 of 28
Find the most forgiving irons that look good to your eye and give you confidence. Demo.

I have the XHot Pros in KBS Tour 90
post #20 of 28

If you like the i3's you should add the i20's to your list to try out.

post #21 of 28

A fitting is always good.

As a hdc 4 you should benefit a players club.

I just really love my Mizuno's MP59

I bought them just before the MP 64 came out

Think i would have them in the bag if that was an option.

I went true these clubs in my fitting:

1. Cobra AMP Forged

2. Callaway X Hot

3. Mizuno JPX 825 Pro

4. Titleist AP 2 

5. Mizuno MP 59

 

Never been a huge fan off ping irons, i just can't seem to like that weird gap in the hosel.

 

Was fitted in KBS Tour stiff shafts.

Ended up liking the MP 59 most. It's that special soft Mizuno feel and classic shapes

what made me go with my MP59.

There still is a little forgiveness in them what is nice.

Check them out

post #22 of 28
Quote:
Originally Posted by tomvk77 View Post

A fitting is always good.

As a hdc 4 you should benefit a players club.

I just really love my Mizuno's MP59

I bought them just before the MP 64 came out

Think i would have them in the bag if that was an option.

 

I have been playing the MP-64s since the beginning of summer now. They are phenomenal! Definitely give them a look. 

post #23 of 28
Thread Starter 

Thanks for all the info, bro's. I'll take it with me next time I go to check out some irons.

post #24 of 28

Since you swing just like Tiger, why aren't you considering the irons he uses? 

post #25 of 28
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by newtogolf View Post

Since you swing just like Tiger, why aren't you considering the irons he uses? 

I am. He uses Nike VR Pro Blades. I put those on the list, didn't I?

post #26 of 28
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Originally Posted by Kelzzy View Post

I'm currently using Ping I-3, white dot irons. I really like them, they are forgiving (duh) and pretty damn sweet off the club. However, they're wearing on me.. after all, they're old. The grooves in my PW are caving in, turning it in basically a hunk of club. The 8-iron is following as well, and same with some other clubs. All and all, I'm looking to get a new set of either a better club, or the same heads, just brand new.

 

I've talked with people who've told me most people find the irons they like and stick with them throughout their career. I know that to be true, however, I swung my friends Rocketbladez irons.. and wow. They were sweet. Popped off the head, really smooth through impact ... all and all really nice.

 

So this is with I come to you guys. I'm making a poll to find out what you guys, with experience with the clubs, what clubs are the best. I'm throwing in some Nike VR Pro Blades as well and others, as I had those on mind.

 

If it's not on the list, reply with your idea!

As long as it's Nike you cant go wrong, I looove my Nike blades LOL

post #27 of 28
I feel that Cleveland makes excellent clubs. It seems that Cleveland doesn't have the following that Taylor ping or calloway have but I think the clubs are better. Everyone sleeps on Cleveland. I have been fit and played many other brands and can truly say that Cleveland irons particularly the ta7 tours have exceptional feel and accuracy.
post #28 of 28

I don't think there is a "best" these days. Most of the major brands do a decent job of producing quality product. The best club for an individual is one that fits his/her eye and swing.

 

I think Titleist may do the best job of covering game improvement through purist blade without overwhelming with choices. I think Callaway, Mizuno, and TM also do this except for the overwhemling choices part. PING is great but don't really have a traditional blade. The other major brands are equal in quality if one of there offerings suits your eye better.  The connoisseur/purist with a little thicker wallet might gravitate toward Miura or Scratch.

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