Yeah wedges being forged is way overrated.
I think Hogan has the best clubs in the market going as far back as the time he was giving input to the MacGregor line. His late 50's early 60's clubs could stand up to many of sets designed today.
He lost it a bit in the 80's only making a few hits, and many folks like @mvmacthe '99 model was popular as well.
I am hopeful for this update.
Selling clubs by loft is nothing new for Mr. Koehler (SCOR wedges). I am curious if it works for an iron set, too. "Hoganfit" says it all. Getting fitted by picking the right club might be a new way to explore.
And I bet it is going to be an up-price exclusive product line. Miura comes to mind. We will see how attractive the Hogan brand still is.
Oh please Mike, loads of photos and try to hit a few balls with them. Am not so sure that I will get to see the clubs over here in Europe. At least not in 2015.
1,050 $ for a set of seven clubs (P to 4 or 9 to 3). Very competitive!
Bet we see a good deal of new Hogan irons out there soonish.
Am not sure that I like the brushed look thou.
Pics and videos posted in the PGA Show thread. Got to hit them and thought they were great. Very easy to hit, I like the sole design, the high bounce portion of the sole is more prominent than what I've seen with the SCOR wedges. Irons didn't dig, felt the "glide".