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Best irons in 2013

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Originally Posted by holemoreputts

Glad I play a gold award

Why?

What difference does it make? Everyone's opinion is subjective.

Their gold might be in your junkpile and vice versa.

Best to think about your own game.

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mizuno mx25 are 2013's best for me :)

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I've read every 2013 iron review I've seen and they've all been different. This video is no different.

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Originally Posted by Shorty

Why?

What difference does it make? Everyone's opinion is subjective.

Their gold might be in your junkpile and vice versa.

Best to think about your own game.

why are you always so cynical. i mean you just nit pick have never seen you give much feed back unless its negative jeash. if i was to say i shot par last night and was proud of it you would find a reason to put a Gray cloud over it. i would have to say your one of the worst I've ever seen on a forum. He was just stateing he was happy he was playing one of there gold award clubs.

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Callaways 2012 razr x line is the best club for me in 2013..and years to come.
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Originally Posted by spam

why are you always so cynical. i mean you just nit pick have never seen you give much feed back unless its negative jeash. if i was to say i shot par last night and was proud of it you would find a reason to put a Gray cloud over it. i would have to say your one of the worst I've ever seen on a forum. He was just stateing he was happy he was playing one of there gold award clubs.

You need to read more of my posts. I'll be cynical when it's deserved and positive and supportive when it's deserved.

There are a lot of people here who are not interested in golf per se, but they are interested in equipment and what others may think of their clubs?

Seriously, so what if some organisation says that your clubs are "gold"? What does it mean?

How can someone even "agree" with these findings? It's what a bunch of random players think - and there's no consistency.

My point being that you might think your clubs atre great and ten see a review where they're not rated or get "silver". How is that helpful?

People think there's something wrong with what they've got, or that they'd play better with something else. Not useful. Not helpful.

The internet is the cause of many people actually thinking less about their game and more about peripheral things related to the game.

I've said it a million times - good players NEVER crap on about equipment or distances, beut evry newbie thinks that "Scotty's" are the best putters and other players look at and care what they're playing. You probably could play a par round anbd your partner wouldn't even know.

But if you did and you were proud of it great.

I could say that your reply is illiteate drivel, but I won't, just to be nice. I tend to find that the worse the spelling, the worse the attitude and the more easily offended the poster is. I'm giving you a "gold" in that regard.

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Thanks shorty I appreciate your kindness. I don't plan on trying to go read more of your posts you have out up. The ones I have seen have been less then helpful. I do agree about people paying to much attention to peripheral things. So at least we agree on one thing. So with that said this is not the place to argue and debate on how right you are. About me and other players that don't match your Caliber of thinking or ability enjoy.
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