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Jclez

Feedback on CW legacy irons and TM MC irons

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Hi, i'm just back from the "field" to test both CW legacy with shaft 85R and TM MC with DGR300. Unfortunately the shaft of 85r was obviously not the right one as I had to slow my swing to be able to hit properly the CW , but when hit properly that head seems to get the ball out very very fast . On the radar in the proshop I was close to 178 kmh(same as the TM but faster by 10kmh than anynother head MZ). I also hit it with the 95R feel light but more better shots overall with more standard swing speed. The TM MC work fine , also a bit strange a few meters (5-8) shorter than the CW on good shots ( I played 9holes so,enough to get averages).. On the radar I hit it at 155m on avrg with good launch angle and balle spin (~3000). I also tried he KBS shaft both regular( balooning because of too much spin4500+) and the stiff which was perfect with good launch angle and correct spin(~3000). So my feeling after those tests is: the CW head is superior, the shaft dgR300 or the KBS stiff are the best best for me. Now one question though, what if I put : the KBS on the CW head?( as I havent tried this combination, whihc looks the best of both ). Any thought on this? Thanks for your feedback
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Could you give a few details on the CW legacy irons you speak of? Is CW maybe a company abbreviation?

I tried to google CW legacy irons, and got links for the CW 150 Legacy ( a commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the US Civil War), and CW Legacy Irons tattoo shop. Nothing about golf, though.

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