CAN YOU USE OLD GOLF CLUBS- PERSIMMON WOODS -PING EYE 2 IRONS

TODAY I FORGOT MY GOLF CLUBS SO I DUG OUT SOME OLD PERSIMMON WOODS AND OLD PING EYE 2 IRONS FROM THE PRO SHOP AND PLAYED 4 HOLES

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15 Comments

  1. As you know now Liam, the Ping driver used is laminated maple, persimmon wood was phased out in the UK in the 1960s because it was prone to absorb moisture and split, especially if it wasn't seasoned long enough. The laminated maple more or less solved the problem and was only gradually replaced when metal woods hit the scene.

  2. I bought a Dunlop Blue Flash persimmon driver for a fiver in a charity shop a couple of years ago and the same model of 3 wood last year. Have tried them on the range a few times for a laugh with mates. For their age they are surprisingly effective if you hit it out of the middle, the sweet spot is tiny, though.

  3. You picked the most popular and successful irons ever produced and the Zebra putter is the fore runner of everything Odyssey putter ever made. Tim Herron won the Colonial Invitational about ten years ago using those Eye2 irons. The only thing is the lofts are a club or two weak compared to today’s clubs. Your 8 Iron there is really a nine iron.

    The driver isn’t a persimmon btw,it’s laminated

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