The TR2A's came out in 1969. I have a set of TR1A (3 iron > 9 iron with a TR9 #10 wedge) and the only difference is in the shaft stiffness. The TR2A's are medium firm and the TR1A's the shafts are stiff.
I would be will in to sell them for $65.00 plus shipping. All serial numbers match and have playable leather grips. It would cost a lot to find all those clubs you want individually. Not to mention shipping costs and TIME.
It'll be tougher this week and now that the Workday Open is over let's take a look at a few things....
51 players who made the cut finished at below -10.
16 players who made the cut finished at -10 or better.
1st and 2nd place finished at -19.
3rd place was 4 strokes behind 1st and 2nd place at -15.
I think the course was tough enough and the guys who played well definitely separated themselves from the rest of the field. It's not like 50% of the field are murdering the golf course and all in contention at -20 or better. If these kind of scores bother you then do yourself a favor and never watch the Korn Ferry Tour.