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I am looking for help in purchasing new irons. I have always been a low handicapper. I was a 3 years ago, moved and quit playing due to work. I had 2 shoulder and 1 back surgery all in 2007. With alot of hard work, started playing again. I am now 50 years old and while still having a 6 handicap, I hit irons, (Taylor Made Tour Edition blades), and I have noticed those little things that make you wonder if I am now ready to go to a cavity back iron that is a little more forgiving. I have hit the R-7's and really like them...but what other clubs may help me hit the ball more solid considering my skills have diminished a bit. My swing speed is still over 100...what do you think?

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junior in high school. however for a "living" i do a bit of manufacturing for computer/refrigeration parts, soon to have a cnc milling machine in my garage :)

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