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I was wondering if anyone has these in their irons:

http://www.tttourconcept.com/tc/irons_tc_sb.html

If so, could you please tell me what your ball height is like in the longer irons? Also, what type of trajectory? Piercing? Elevated/Rising?

Any information would be greatly appreciated!

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I have em in my back up mp60's.

Great shafts, i am considering putting them in my MP-32's to be honest and ditching the X100's.

The long iron ball flight is great. Simple as that, they have a piercing trajectory for me, with enough spin that my 4 iron rolled out about 3 yards on most shots. Felt powerful, and transfered feedback very well. I have hit ProjX, X100, S300, rifles, everything, and they are by far my favorite shaft.

You cant go wrong with em. They are responsive, as you can hit a 9 iron to the sky and bring it in soft, and the next swing can hit a low spinner, they are really just beautiful.

plus the colors are neat lol.

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I've only played one round with them before so be sure to take experience for what it is, anecdotal. It should also be noticed that I tried these out a set of r7 TP's, everything else on the clubs was stock/standard. The ball flight on the short mid irons (6-PW) was mid or average and climbed at an even pace. The long irons on the other hand (the 3-5 iron) seemed to rise much more quickly and stay high, in comparison to other shafts I've used. I felt the short irons had a bigger kick on impact and caused more spin. The longer irons seemed to have less kick and emphasized more on carry than spin. What I liked about them was that they felt really smooth while still giving a generous amount of feedback. I also noticed that I picked up about 5-8 extra yards per club. What I did not like about them was the soft tip, it seemed even softer than my project X high launches, which are pretty soft. So while I gained more distance I felt I gave up some accuracy and shot dispersion. It could be (I don't have the specs in front of me) but the butt section also seemed wider than the S300's I used to play (maybe to make up for that soft tip section), which I wasn't to fond of....probably a mental thing. Overall I felt like I was almost playing different shafts in the short irons, and those were solid, I felt the feedback was less in the long irons and had an odd ballflight....I didn't like those. Just my .02

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