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Allo everyone !

I am sure most of us have a spare irons set we loved to keep, for memories or because it a good set to keep and take it out once a while for a spin !

Mine is a very old Callaway Big Bertha 1994 irons...think it a collectors set by now ! I love it as it was my very first golf sets i could afford at that time and i kept this beauty in my home club locker at National Service Resort and Country Club, Changi course.

once a while i ake it out for a spin.

What your spare irons ? please share with us and photos is greatly appreciated !

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Golden Ram TW Grind 3-PW. I take these to the range every now and again to practice with. I also have an old Mizuno MP-11 5 iron that I mess around with too.
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My spare set is the same as the set I play right now, Mizuno MP-33's. I loved the first set too much, they just got a little worn out. Easy way to replace irons too. My roommate bent my 4 iron awhile back, just went to my old one. Played in a tournament couple months ago, 6 iron snapped in half, went to the old one. Let's hope I don't have to keep tapping into the old bag.
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my mind is really twisted. anyone else?

I have a lot of old used clubs. A lot of people have probably had a turn with them - they're very very easy to hit. What was the question?

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my mind is really twisted. anyone else?

As in, I hope I don't break any more irons from my current set, or else I'll find myself playing all my old irons again.

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I still have a set of PING Eye-2's that I played in highschool. I'll never get rid of them either. One day, maybe my kids will game them.

My spare gamers though are a set of Miura Tournament Blades. Been considering selling them though. It's a shame to let a set like that just sit in my office.
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I have two sets I use in normal play, depending on conditions or my mood. My "spare" set is actually the one I'm playing right now, just for the hell of it-1982 Titleist Tour Model Blades. In pretty good shape with new grips on them, but still maybe the least forgiving iron I've ever hit. I can play 'em, it just ain't easy.
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I have a lot of old used clubs. A lot of people have probably had a turn with them - they're very very easy to hit. What was the question?

sounds like i set i used to hit. it was fun for a while, then i realized they weren't as awesome as i thought. also, i noticed they had gotten a lot of use before me.

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I have a set of Wilson FG-17's, a set of Mizono MT-49's and a set of Maxfli Australian Blades. I take them out and hit them every once in a while. I am organizing a tourney for next season where all you can play is persimmon woods, forged irons, a bladed putter and all steel shafts. The best would be to find a bunch of old Titleist balata's. I should be a ton of fun.
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