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badbriar
04-01-2015, 01:43 PM
I am a 50- something returning to the game after more than a decade hiatus and am ready for a next set of clubs. I currently have a set of Tommy Armour 845's that are ok, but I'm looking to move up to a nice, pre-owned set of forgiving oversize irons. Need advice on what models would be worth looking at. I don't want to buy new right now, as I know that in a year, my game should improve enough to get that reward! Suggestions?

longknocker
04-01-2015, 02:09 PM
I am a 50- something returning to the game after more than a decade hiatus and am ready for a next set of clubs. I currently have a set of Tommy Armour 845's that are ok, but I'm looking to move up to a nice, pre-owned set of forgiving oversize irons. Need advice on what models would be worth looking at. I don't want to buy new right now, as I know that in a year, my game should improve enough to get that reward! Suggestions?

Callaway Big Berthas Or Anything Callaway.:tu

Chainsaw13
04-01-2015, 02:39 PM
This seems like a decent deal for new clubs. https://www.dunhamsrewards.com/Coupons/?code=R6C2_040115&did=2

WhiteMamba
04-01-2015, 02:45 PM
I got Cleveland Masche irons off of flea bay at the beginning of last summer and I have been impressed. The 3-5 are hybrid which really help the long shots. :2

Dave128
04-01-2015, 03:03 PM
Callaway Big Berthas Or Anything Callaway.:tu

I second this. I picked up a "game improving" set of Diablo irons a couple seasons ago and they seem to be helping my game a bit.

tsolomon
04-01-2015, 05:50 PM
Callaway Big Berthas Or Anything Callaway.:tu
Bought new Callaway Razr irons last year with a senior flex, added 10 yards to my shots.

Scottw
04-01-2015, 09:48 PM
My door wedge is my favorite iron
My golf pencil is my favorite wood

Without them I'd never hit par

badbriar
04-12-2015, 08:36 PM
Took the advice of many here and did lot of research on game improving clubs. Several looked promising, but one really stood out to me. Ended up getting a set of Callaway Diablo Edge irons. Took them for a test run today and am very impressed. After getting used to the difference between the Edges and my vintage Tommy Armour 845 (originals), found the Callaways to be super easy to hit and added between 10 and 20 yards to my shots. With well placed hits, the Approach wedge was consistent from 90 to 100 yards. Not bad for an old cat like me! 7 iron sizzled past 150 even on slightly off hits. Callaway makes some amazingly good clubs. Feel is solid and no sting with off hits at all. You Callaway fans were right on the money! :tu

longknocker
04-12-2015, 09:15 PM
Took the advice of many here and did lot of research on game improving clubs. Several looked promising, but one really stood out to me. Ended up getting a set of Callaway Diablo Edge irons. Took them for a test run today and am very impressed. After getting used to the difference between the Edges and my vintage Tommy Armour 845 (originals), found the Callaways to be super easy to hit and added between 10 and 20 yards to my shots. With well placed hits, the Approach wedge was consistent from 90 to 100 yards. Not bad for an old cat like me! 7 iron sizzled past 150 even on slightly off hits. Callaway makes some amazingly good clubs. Feel is solid and no sting with off hits at all. You Callaway fans were right on the money! :tu

:D:tu

mncigarguy
04-12-2015, 09:47 PM
Depends on you handicap, title its ap2 if low, otherwise you'll have to shop. Jpz's middle handicap. Play for the season on junk and see how you do

Dave128
04-13-2015, 09:16 AM
I second this. I picked up a "game improving" set of Diablo irons a couple seasons ago and they seem to be helping my game a bit.

Took the advice of many here and did lot of research on game improving clubs. Several looked promising, but one really stood out to me. Ended up getting a set of Callaway Diablo Edge irons. Took them for a test run today and am very impressed. After getting used to the difference between the Edges and my vintage Tommy Armour 845 (originals), found the Callaways to be super easy to hit and added between 10 and 20 yards to my shots. With well placed hits, the Approach wedge was consistent from 90 to 100 yards. Not bad for an old cat like me! 7 iron sizzled past 150 even on slightly off hits. Callaway makes some amazingly good clubs. Feel is solid and no sting with off hits at all. You Callaway fans were right on the money! :tu

Sweet! Good luck with the new clubs. :tu