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Left handed forged iron set.

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I am looking for a forged set of left handed irons. Would prefer either Taylormade or Cobra but I'm open to any that fit my needs, wants or desires!!!

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I've got a set of titleist zb forged in good condition that i would let go of for the right price.  their great clubs and i hit them great but i would love a set of full blades.  Titleist owns Cobra just so you know.  Cobra was actually a sub-brand of Titleist catering to the average golfer.


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