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My Edel Irons: Welcome Back, My Friends to the Show That Never Ends...

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Beautiful! Congratulations. I can't wait for the full review! :beer: And yes, I saw ELP live in 1978. To this day, one of the best concerts I've ever seen! :-)

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Beautiful!

Congratulations. I can't wait for the full review!

I can't either...

Thanks.

Can you believe this?

I get to compare Recoils with Aerotechs, and Miura with Edel...

Quite the responsibility...

And I've got to put up pics of the Bobby Jones Blackbird and their review before these irons.

And next month, the Miuras go on sale to ...

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Wow, nice looking sticks!!

I would like to also throw some props out there for the EL&P; reference

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Really a great looking club. Can't wait to hear how they perform.

Thanks. Will take pics outside, where the club shows better.

In comparison to the Miura, the Edel looks very svelte. The shape of the leading edge is very different and the face is not as tall as the Miura. Edel is a guy who is heavy into design and utility -- he even makes his own watches -- all mechanical with old-time moving parts like an old Rolex. He is a meticulous guy when it comes to design.

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Took the Edels Recoil 95 to the range for the first time on Sunday.

The feel with the Recoils is soft/muted but I could still discern hits toward the toe. The club gives a feeling of confidence at address. Will talk about turf interaction later as I gain more consistency. Was doing drills yesterday.

Don't think I'll have to worry about shoulder, arm, or elbow issues, though, with the higher bounce and graphite shafts.

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So, almost a year later...what do you think? Ill be needing new irons in the spring as mine are going on 6 years old and showing some wear on the face...a drive down to Texas for fitting would be fun.

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