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Hi All

 

cannot decide what to do.  Have swing speed 80-90mph with driver 

 

am am looking at either Honma Beres IS-06 with regular shafts or Gimar NRB2 with veylix alpine 673 regular.  Another thought was Edel single length irons.  At present play Hogsn pxt with recoil regular shafts.  Length on 7 iron is 140 yards

 

any thoughts please

 

cheers

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Hi

That's some seriously expensive irons you're looking at there but fair play to you, I'd do the same if I could be sure the wife wouldn't divorce me.

With regards to the single length irons from my own experience it was not a smooth transition. I naively believed they would instantly improve my game but I really struggled with the low irons (4,5 & 6), lost yardage and gapping and it's only after many trips to the range that I'm now getting close to my old irons. With hindsight I probably should have gone with a new variable set but I'm stubborn so I'll continue with these The Edels are very expensive to realise that the concept may not really suit you but that's not to say they won't, I'd advise trying them first.

Hope this helps.

 

 

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Zenith, because of the money you would spend on Honma, I would suggest a trip to Club Champion or Golftec to get fitted. Yes, it will cost $300 or so, but it's better to spend that, than to waste $1000s.

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