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My Titleist VG3 Irons for Your Miz JPX EZ Forged

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I have been recovering from thumb surgery, so not around in awhile.

I have a set of irons from the Japanese Titleist factory. The set has been cared for, and never abused. Six thru pitching wedge with myazaki 59 gram stiff.

New golf pride align grips. Standard loft and lie. I will add an AP1 716 gap wedge with Aerotech steelfiber 80 w black /red iomic grip. Not more than 20 rounds with these soft feeling clubs 

I will send pics for your review. If you live with 50 miles of Jacksonville, I will bring in person to try


I am looking for a set of JPX ez forged in great condition 5-gap wedge with graphite shafts. Thank you


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Am just wondering whether you couldn't make a similar trade with a golf shop in your neighbourhood.  Of course, they may not have the clubs you want, but at least it will give you more options

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I have checked in with Edwin Watts... They use some pga value guide, that has no data to work off with. I showed him some pricing on E bay but couldn't use that.He offered me $150 for the good condition. I am also looking for the Wishon 959 OL HL (13*) in great shape. I would swap the irons for this driver

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