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Best $400 Iron Set?

post #1 of 20
Thread Starter 

I think I've narrowed it down to the Callaway Razr X NG or the Taylormade Rocketballz. I'm going to try them out tomorrow, but right now what do you think the best Irons would be for this price?

post #2 of 20
I think there are plenty out there as good for less.
post #3 of 20
I just picked up my adams cb3 forged irons on the bay for a measley 265$ brand new in the box 4-gw
post #4 of 20
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Originally Posted by landonc View Post
 

I think I've narrowed it down to the Callaway Razr X NG or the Taylormade Rocketballz. I'm going to try them out tomorrow, but right now what do you think the best Irons would be for this price?


The ones you hit best. :smartass:

post #5 of 20

I got the Cleveland CG-16 iron set 3-pw off Amazon for $400, which came from Overstock.com. After checking their website..they have quite a few brands to choose from....

post #6 of 20

I would test-hit the irons to make sure you like them, whatever model you pick.

post #7 of 20

I just bought a second set for a vacation home so i don't always have to travel with my clubs. I found the Nike MachSpeed clubs for $299. They are pretty decent. I would check them out if you can. I found them a little more forgiving than the TM clubs for $399. 

post #8 of 20
Thread Starter 

I ended up going with the Callaway Razr X's 3H-4H and 5i-PW. I hit them the best and liked the way they looked at address. 

post #9 of 20

Just the other week I got a set of pre-owned Ping G20 at Roger Dunn in Santa Ana. Perfect condition, and I'm very happy with them. At that budget point, I would seriously look at the trade-in and demo sets your golf store may have. Lots of people trade in clubs that are virtually brand new, no reason not to benefit.

post #10 of 20
After a lot of research I finally decided on the cb3s with KBS Tour 90 and boxed up my Mizuno Mp-14s. I loved the club head size and the fact they are forged. Loved these so much I just bought another set with the Matrix program 8.1 shafts. These feel exactly like the mizunos felt on a flushed shot except of more forgiveness on the miss hits. Your selling yourself short if you don't give these irons a shot!!!!

Not just the best G.I. Iron under $400...... Best G.I. Iron period!!
post #11 of 20
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Originally Posted by ray0557 View Post

After a lot of research I finally decided on the cb3s with KBS Tour 90 and boxed up my Mizuno Mp-14s. I loved the club head size and the fact they are forged. Loved these so much I just bought another set with the Matrix program 8.1 shafts. These feel exactly like the mizunos felt on a flushed shot except of more forgiveness on the miss hits. Your selling yourself short if you don't give these irons a shot!!!!

Not just the best G.I. Iron under $400...... Best G.I. Iron period!!

Agreed i just purchased these same irons few months back have about 4 rounds on em so far and love the forged feel of the iron as well as the size of the clubhead everything feels so right and you can take a divot without a bulky club head reducing the force throught the ground!
A+ irons glad you went with the cb3s
post #12 of 20

My daughter just picked up a set of Rocketballz 5-9 PW,SW,AW in very good condition for $250 delivered from Global Golf. She gets them tomorrow, so we will see what condition they are in.

 

Ed

post #13 of 20
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Originally Posted by oughtoh View Post
 

My daughter just picked up a set of Rocketballz 5-9 PW,SW,AW in very good condition for $250 delivered from Global Golf. She gets them tomorrow, so we will see what condition they are in.

 

Ed

 

 

I have found that Global underestimates the condition of their clubs. The clubs I bought from them, they said in good cond. however the ones I got looked much better. 

post #14 of 20

I personally enjoy and prefer Dallas Golf (dot com). I frequent their CRP Clubs (Certified Return Products) and that's where I found my 712 AP1s last month. Brand new, all but 2 clubs still wrapped, 4-PW+AW for $499.00. That was a deal I couldn't pass up and I had them ordered within 5 minutes of seeing them.

post #15 of 20
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Originally Posted by Hammer 4 View Post
 

I have found that Global underestimates the condition of their clubs. The clubs I bought from them, they said in good cond. however the ones I got looked much better. 

 

I've heard that too, and it's good to know that a long-time sponsor is under-promising and over-delivering.

post #16 of 20
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I've heard that too, and it's good to know that a long-time sponsor is under-promising and over-delivering.

Shame they don't operate in the UK, their stuff looks really good.

 

But to OP if he is still looking for clubs, try eBay and look for sets maybe 3-4 years old. Some absolute bargains to be had.

post #17 of 20
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post
 

 

I've heard that too, and it's good to know that a long-time sponsor is under-promising and over-delivering.

 

 

For sure. Now if  I could just win one of their dang contest's....lol

post #18 of 20

Got the clubs from Global Golf today and you guys were right. They are definately alot better than I expected. Except for a few scrtches on the bottom, they are like new. I would definately buy something from them again.

 

Ed

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