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post #19 of 21
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Originally Posted by hacker101 View Post
 

I agree with the shaft, I was sure with him being young his swing would have picked up fast and the shaft would have been a good fit, it just has not.

Also I thought the Big Bertha was there SGI not the X20's? 

The Big Bertha line was Callaways best SGI clubs for a long time. The Diablo Edge took the place of the BBs and the Razr X HLs replaced the Diablo Edge line. (I never liked those clubs). This year it is the Razr HL line that is the top Callaway SGI club. I have some coming to me by Friday I hope...My BB Golds now belong to an E-Bay buyer (I sold them in less than four hours.)

post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by Derrick Parker View Post
 

The Big Bertha line was Callaways best SGI clubs for a long time. The Diablo Edge took the place of the BBs and the Razr X HLs replaced the Diablo Edge line. (I never liked those clubs). This year it is the Razr HL line that is the top Callaway SGI club. I have some coming to me by Friday I hope...My BB Golds now belong to an E-Bay buyer (I sold them in less than four hours.)

I think most would agree that the BB irons were great, I hope you enjoy what you got on order.

post #21 of 21
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Originally Posted by blaylock6502 View Post

I have only been playing about four months and looking for some irons. I went and hit the adams idea a12 os and cobra baffler. I liked them both but leaning toward the a12 for the hybrids. I was doing a little more research online and found a few people claiming sgi was a bad idea because they are outgrown quickly and can cause you to develop bad habits because they are so foregiving. What is your take? Is it a bad Idea? Should I go with a game improvement set as they suggested? If so what are some examples of gi irons as apposed to what I have been told are sgi in the a12 and baffler? I have also been considerin an a12 os complete set stiff. Any thoughts? Thanks in advance!

Which ever set of clubs you enjoy playing that gets the ball up in the air, moving it forward to your intended target is the set for you.

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