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nmooney H.Cap (24) 27/05/2010
Very happy with the clubs and the service, I wish the same could be said about my game after four years in a golfing wilderness.
Still, nothing wrong with the irons, they surpassed my expectation and Ill definitely be coming back to fill out the rest of my bag as I still need the boom stick and a 3 wood.
adb62cat H.Cap (22) 15/06/2009
Having used steel-shafted blades for 20 years, these are much easier to hit and the game is much more fun.
bethpage H.Cap (12) 19/06/2008
Magic irons major league spin awsome distance 3 iron 240 stops on a dime must be the graphite shafts short irons are very responsive fell like forged never thought id better my dogs of war cally 2002s but these babies blow them away forget all this new stuff you could take on any one with these.
rus928 H.Cap (26) 02/10/2007
Have been playing with McGregor blades that were about 30 years old. The difference playing with the Taylor Made R200 clubs was immediatly noticeable. I was hitting straighter and longer as the clubs are very forgiving.
bdd007 H.Cap (12) 25/04/2007
Really happy with affordability, prompt delivery, shot making and fell of these irons! recomend to anyone interested!
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