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I am currently using the Wilson di9 with fat shafts and have used these for 3 years and kinda feel like I have climaxed with these clubs. I was shooting over 100 each round and now hitting as low as 83 but average 90. I am wondering if I should try and move up to some blades and see what that does to my game. I got offered a trade my wilsons for Cleveland CG1 iron set and a new pair I'd Adidas , is this a good deal? http://www.golfreview.com/cat/irons/cleveland/cg1/prd_299683_2940crx.aspx Wilsons http://www.epinions.com/reviews/Wilson_Staff_Di_9_Irons_epi

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Birdieman, keep your Wilsons until you're in a position to buy the new set that you really want.

Then keep your Wilsons as a beginning for your nostalgia collection.

Don't fall into the trap of trading and flipping old golf clubs.  It gets addictive, and it's usually counterproductive.

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