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  1. Yes, the BH Grind is a forged muscle back iron. The only two iron heads that Hogan made in a cast MOLD were the Producer in the mid 70's and the Magnum cavity back. The EDGE was a perimeter weighed forged head and was very popular.
  2. Oh Caroline - Cheap Trick
  3. No, that's not a V-Foil.
  4. Are you referring to a V-Foil VIP 52° wedge?
  5. Wow, some guys wait their whole life for this to happen (AND DIE WAITING)!!!
  6. Man, Tiger gets all the hottie nymphs!
  7. "Are you gonna tie me up with your ties Ty?" - Lackey Underalls - Caddyshack
  8. "You're all worthless and weak. Now drop and give me 20" ~ Douglas C. Niedermeyer - Sergeant at Arms, "Animal House"
  9. Dbuck is correct. That club is from '86-'87. Notice the Claret Jug on the soleplate? Just like a Muirfield wood. The value here would be strictly sentimental if you owned it brand new. A mid '80's used driver isn't a mid '50s Armour designed by Toney Penna. Play it, clean it up and enjoy it.
  10. "Make him an offer he can't refuse" - Vito Corleone "I feel the need, the need for speed!" - Maverick and Goose "Go ahead, make my day"- Dirty Harry Callahan
  11. Congratulations, that was an amazing 7 game series.
  12. Well, the LA Kings appear to be snakebit now...Since I'm a lifelong BLACKHAWKS fan, I foresee another trip to the Finals for the Indian heads. The momentum has DEFINITELY turned back in Chicago's favor. Heck, even Keith Jones of NBCSN predicts a Blackhawk victory on Sunday. Anyone think differently?
  13. Ram was a major brand in the late '60s, '70s and '80s. Tommy Armour was during the '80s and '90s.
  14. Are they investment cast heads? If so, I believe they are probably not high end line clubs, but I could be wrong. Post some pics for us to see.
  15. No, my '74's are Apex. The original Apex blade was released in 1972. Mine are the second year of the next generation of the Apex blade that ran from '73 - '78. Your avatar is an Apex II blade which I guess technically is the third generation of the Apex blade. I have a few of those sticks in my collection also, but not a full set. I also have a collection of Directors that were made from '74-'79 and they have some resemblance to a '73-'78 Apex blade.