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Sox942

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About Sox942

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    Grand Rapids, MI

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  1. Hey everyone. Long time lurker here who finally got around to posting something. I'm coming up on my three-year anniversary of starting to golf, and I am trying to figure out whether it is worth it to get new irons. I'm not sure of my handicap, but I've gotten my game down to where I am pretty consistently in the upper 80s/low 90s, with my best round being an 83 a few different times. I'm decently accurate and consistent with my irons (short game is my downfall), and I get good distance (usually carry my PW 150 and 7i 185 with the help of my SGI irons). When I started out, I bought a set of Cobra Baffler XL with 4H, 5H and 6H without getting fitted, just went for what felt the best at the range. I'm thinking about getting new irons, and I would definitely get professionally fitted this time around. As I said, it's been three years with my old clubs, and I know getting new, fitted irons won't magically shave a bunch of strokes off my scores, but I'm trying to figure out whether it would be worth getting new irons now that my swing is much more consistent, and whether the fitting would benefit me both with the clubs being better for me, as well as the mental aspect of knowing that the clubs are fit to me and my swing. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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