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time for some new irons

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About 4 years ago I decided I wanted to actually learn this game I'd only been hacking at once or twice a year.  I found out my swing speed (in the 70's) and bought a set of Adams A3OS clubs with the lite flex and 4-6 hybrids.  Since then I've went from shooting somewhere north of 120 to the mid 90's and I've even made it into the high 80's a few times. I've added some wedges and changed drivers a few times but haven't done anything with my irons.  I am also a lefty so I haven't had many opportunities to swing any of my friends clubs to see if there is anything else I like.

 

Today I went to the local golf store and was told that I needed a stiff flex club now.  They set me up with the only 3 lefty demos that they had; Adams V3, Rocketballz, and Razr X.  Out of the 3 I liked and hit the Razr X the best.  I think it is the offset of the Razr's that I liked but I really am wondering if there is a better set out there for my game. While I don't want to spend a fortune on them price really isn't the issue, I just want a great set of irons that are right for my game today.  I also wouldn't mind having a few more standard irons in my new set since the demo's were all 6i's and they felt pretty nice.

 

Any ideas or suggestions would be appreciated.

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You can't go wrong with pings. My buddy has the G20's and I have the G15's and we both love them. I am thinking of upgrading myself only because I want something more of a players iron. I love my pings and have been pleased with them the set I'm looking to upgrade to are also pings.
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