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How Many Sets of Irons Do you have? What are they?

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I have 13... wondering how many you have and what they are! Looking forward to some cool responses.
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1. Tommy Armour Silver Scot Forged CB 3-PW
2. MacGregor V-Foil M565 3-GW: FOR SALE
3. Golfsmith P2 4-GW
4. Zevo Z1 3-PW: FOR SALE
5. Acer XP 905 Tour 3-PW
6. Acer XP Pros 4-PW

What's yours?
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1. Titleist Tour Model
2. Hogan Apex
3. MacGregor Jack Nicklaus
4. Ping BeCu Eye2 (not plus)
5. Ping BeCu Eye2 with Graphite (not plus)
6. Ping S59
7. Mizuno MS-9
8. Mizuno MP-14
9. Mizuno MP-33
10. Wilson Staff Tour Blade Fluid Feel (1985)
11. Wilson Staff Tour Blade Fluid Feel (1989)
12. Titleist 670

Cool I lost count, my wife will be happy to know that I only have 12.
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I just sold off a few sets too

KZG Evolution
Maruman M-Series
Nakashima NX-1 Black
Srixon I-506
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One, my US-TOUR super game improvement irons (LX-7W). I'm going to get another set in the next half year or so, either their V-12 models or an equivalent Cobra set. I'm not yet decided.
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I have 3


Sliver Scot 3-pw
spadling dyno force (1987)
Select model 3-pw (Junior Irons)
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Ping eye 2 becu 1-lw
Palmer Original limited edition 662/1000 still in the wrappers 2 - pw
Taylor made RAC coin forged
Hogan Apex Pro
Mizuno MP 33
Callaway X tour
taylor Made Rac OS graphite -----------for sale
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I have 13... wondering how many you have and what they are! Looking forward to some cool responses.

Why 13?

Is it an accumulation over the years...or...are you a 'gear-freak'?
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2 sets.
Ping G2s (this is my spare set that I lend to friends when needed)
Titleist 755s (in my bag right now)
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1. Titleist 695 mb's 3-pw (in my bag now)
2. Nike Forged Blades 2-pw
3. Callaway x forged 3-pw
4. Titleist 762b's 3- pw
5. wilson deep red's 3-pw
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13?!! man alive...

The MacGregors and Zevo's I listed can be had at VERY reasonable prices...

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I just sold off a few sets too

Mmmmm...Nakashima NX1 Blacks very classy!

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