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dapadre H.Cap (11) 03/02/2016
Bought these primarily as a back up to my Bridgestone j40 dpc. These are a solid players iron that I recommend. What I like about them is the smaller offset and they are incredibly forgiving, more than my j40dpcs’s. One minor issue is trying to hit a fade with them is tough as they want to go one direction.......STRAIGHT, which is not bad. The lower irons are dart shooters and the PW is versatile for all shots ( pitches, chips, bump and runs). As for GB, tops as always. The service and 1 week tryout period has got me hooked.
ewalker H.Cap (20) 16/11/2014
Clubs were in perfect condition and are a great club for someone looking to improve their game.
Abbo88 H.Cap (28) 08/10/2014
Bought these for my son as he wanted to replace his old irons. Had previously tried a 6 iron of this model.
Found set on Golfbidder and as usual price and condition was very good, as is the speed of delivery.
First use he is so pleased with both distance and accuracy.
Lineij H.Cap (18) 01/04/2014
After the head flew off the 5iron of my old Callaway Big Bertha's I thought I'd treat myself. These clubs are great - forgiving, easy to hit and get in the air and more distance than my old clubs. It's early days, but after my first round I'm hitting the ball cleanly and knocked a few shots off my best ever round. As a bonus I had the clubs just a couple of days after ordering them on a Sunday.
bulsara9 H.Cap (26) 14/06/2012
These are great clubs i was a 28 handicap and it was taking me ages to get my handicap down and since i have bought these x-20 my stroke play is getting better. Only 1 bad thing was when i recieved my clubs from golfbidder the 6 iron club head was close to coming off but thanks golfbidder.
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This is the manufacturer's Recommend Retail Price (RRP).
With single clubs (driver, fairways, hybrids, etc.) it is easy to see the saving you're making. However things are a little more complicated if you're looking at a set of irons.
At model level (when browsing all the sets of a particular model) the RRP displayed is for an 8 iron set - usually 3-PW or 4-SW - with steel shafts.
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