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  1. Thanks for all the response. After some research and trying loaners at the local range I felt that Ping G30's, fiberglass SR shaft, were the best for what I wanted to do: forgivness and some distance with a good feel. The old Lynx USA beaters had seen their day. The Pings are fitted for my stature and it will take a bit to get used to the new club weight, shaft legnth and head position. I have to burn some $$ at the range. These irons have a remarkable sweet spot and when I find it, and even miss it a bit the results are very good.My next chores are a decent driver and 3 wood. I am using a tit
  2. Thanks for the response. After some research, The Hoildays and shifting residence to warmer climes, I have settled on Ping G30, and Callaway Big Bertha, senior flex graphote shaft.I am partial to the Pings but will try them both at the local golf shot. Will have them fitted. I will by refurbished,cheapea and at this stage of the game I just don't need new. Will post my results. Played my first round this week since September and my old irons still feel like I'm hitting rocks.
  3. My first post here. Enjoy this forum: a wealth of information. Could someone make a recommendation for me? I am 73 and taking up the game again after 25+ years. Last year I played with the Lynx irons I had used in the 1980's. Regular shaft and at times feel like I am hitting rocks. Time for some new irons. I am thinking of graphite shafts with a senior flex. I need help on where to go after that: Ping, Callaway, Taylor Made ? My handicap is 18-20 and my swing speed is 80 mph. Before I go to Dick's and listen to the sales pitch any help on this would be appreciated. Thanks in advance
  4. Hello, I'm new to the forum. I have recently retired and am 70. I hav eplayed about 10 times in the last 20 years and am looking forward to beating the ball once again. Need some help with club choices, as I'm an old fart now and have lost a lot over the years. I still have my original 2-PW Lynx irons, a 3 & 5 Hybrids that I piced up several years ago, and a TiTlest 975 driver with a 11.5 loft. I played 2 years ago,felt like I was hitting rocks,a wicked slice, and shot a 105 from the back tees.Your help and comments will be appreciated.
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