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Yes, no. In that order.

They're in the second tier of reputable club makers.

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It’s a good site for information and club making parts/tools. I’ve built up a few iron sets but have never used their heads. Some folks here on TST have. 

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I've used Maltby for components. They actually aren't my favorite. I prefer these guys. 


GigaGolf sells custom golf clubs at factory-direct pricing with our 30 day play guarantee. Most orders ship within 48 business hours.

 

Back in the day they were known as Dynacraft. At least I think they were. I think Giga bought them out. But Dynacraft branded stuff is still sold here. So, I'm not really sure how all the relationships work out. Just know there's a lot of inbreeding in the club component world.


Dynacraft Golf features leading technology golf heads. Dynacraft golf heads consistently amaze with high quality, cutting-edge designs that look as good as they perform.…

I still have a set of these irons. dynacraft-prophet-mb_1.jpg.9f1e4ce8af006972eff2418b08ac6217.jpg

They seem as good as anything. Mine are pretty beat up. But they have great shafts and they were custom fit to me. I still have them because to be honest club component companies like this have almost no trade value. My play-it-again-sports wouldn't even give me 20 bucks for the set. 

What I really like about these companies is that you can tinker without spending a ton. 

I'm sure you can build up a great set from any of these companies. There are a lot of ways to get great clubs. Of course you probably already realize it's the archer not the arrow. 

 

 

 

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On 2/3/2022 at 3:36 PM, Bigguns 76 said:

Has anyone heard of golfworks and maltby brand ? Tried or use them .

I've played Maltby for years. They're every bit as good as the OEMs.

 

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Beware of old dudes with old clubs and new grips.

 

 

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I've been using Maltby stuff for 20 years or so.  No complaints.  

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Cleveland Hi-Bore driver, Maltby 5 wood, Maltby hybrid, Maltby irons and wedges (23 to 50) Vokey 59/07, Cleveland Niblick (LH-42), and a Maltby mallet putter.                                                                                                                                                 "When the going gets tough...it's tough to get going."

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There is no better club on a cost basis than the STi2. When healthy I play to an honest 12 mostly because I putt like a blind man in the dark and several guys I have played with who are better than I am use those. I swing the KE4 Tour+ because it’s easier to swing weight and a bit more stable on toe shots. Their current line up is outstanding with the new KE4 Max being the newest hit. I haven’t tried it yet but it has almost universally good reviews.

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I have a handed down to me set of 2011 callaway razr x irons with graphite shafts that were cut down for a kid but extended back to length . Most likely stiffened up shafts . I need to get into newer set with graphite senior flex shafts. With arthritis and such I tend to stay slower swings and need the dampening for the vibration.  . 

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Callaway razr x irons ,maltby driver,

Texas wedges. Adam's 5 wood

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3 hours ago, Bigguns 76 said:

I have a handed down to me set of 2011 callaway razr x irons with graphite shafts that were cut down for a kid but extended back to length . Most likely stiffened up shafts . I need to get into newer set with graphite senior flex shafts. With arthritis and such I tend to stay slower swings and need the dampening for the vibration.  . 

The Maltby M890 shaft is a good choice for slower swing speeds and is only $18. The STi2 with the MPF shaft is available at a ridiculous low price but the MPF generally plays a bit stiff to flex. The Graphite Design GTech is also a good choice as is the Kuro Kage. 
If you call them the CS people can direct you, the website is being updated, the club pak and custom shop are not back up yet.

 

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Yeah I was trying to look at the site and wasnt coming up. Figured they were down for upgrades or something. But I have the august 22 catalog for backup

M890 irons or sti2. 1 degree difference in loft. 5 .00.in price

Callaway razr x irons ,maltby driver,

Texas wedges. Adam's 5 wood

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I have that driver in 12 degree ,I need to order a heavier weight to raise the flight. Still very low. I cant hit that far anymore. 220 drives psoriatic arthritis in hands as and I haven't hit past 220 since suprised heart attack last Thanksgiving. 

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28 minutes ago, Bigguns 76 said:

I have that driver in 12 degree ,I need to order a heavier weight to raise the flight. Still very low. I cant hit that far anymore. 220 drives psoriatic arthritis in hands as and I haven't hit past 220 since suprised heart attack last Thanksgiving. 

Holy crap that’s even worse than my issues, I just can’t swing a golf club 

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