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What Golf Irons are Best For a 25 Handicap Golfer AskGolfGuru

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vassilis01 says:

why is that relevant?

Benny Tsui says:

Longer the club the harder to hit. 25 handicap might find Rbz harder to play.

Brad McKenzie says:

Clones are not truly clones, they only look the same on the outside. I have seen and read a few stories about clones and what they are actually like on the inside. They generally use inferior materials and use inferior manufacturing methods. If price is a concern, purchase a used set instead of a cloned club.

Benny Tsui says:

woteva6891 : Please watch this video. Then get back to me.

tillsy23 says:

I bought a second hand set of steel shaft brosnans just to begin with, that was 3 months ago and I am now wanting a new set of irons Im thinking of the rocketbladez max but not sure on what shafts, most of the time I tend to hit a tiny bit thin and have a heel of a hook on the 4-3 irons, the rest are ok would you reccomend the graphite regular flex shafts?

alexbcfc1875 says:

Taylor made burner os are excellent irons. Very forgiving. 300 New.

Maximilien Jacobs says:

Hey, Mark

I have bought a new pair of irons it's a very well known set.
It's a set of ping eye 2.
Not much people play with these anymore so i want to ask you if you want to describe this set please.
I have a ZZ lite shaft.
and they are really amazing.
So i want to have your reaction for these clubs.

Thanks already!

Eric Andersen says:

Not sure if they're still available since they're a couple years old now, but I LOVE my Callaway Razor Black irons. The offset and black heads look really great to me, without really feeling like a "super game improvement" club.

Mike Bird says:

Its all personal preference and what your most comfortable with, Im a rookie golfer, just started a few months ago(15 handicap) and I can not stand the fat chunkier irons, I much prefer a iron with a narrower top line and sole, I just ordered some Ping i25's 4-uw, switching up from my Callaway Razr x Black irons, which I absolutely loved just a tiny bit to chunky for me

nick lujan says:

Do not buy clone clubs golf is hard enough.

Philip Marchi says:

Love my Ping G25's

skoob says:

What is Marks handicap? :)

xsilentbulletsx says:

tommy armor 845 silver scot. if you can find a nice used set pick them up. 

Justin Wash says:

Love my titleist ap2s would not want anything different than them, i would like to try the rocketbladez tho

Lee LM says:

Taylor Made Stage 2 Driver RBZ
Taylor Made Stage 2 complete Iron set 4-PW RBZ RocketBladez
Taylor Made Smoke Putter
Taylor Made Jet Speed large carry bag 
Adams Golf 3 Iron Hybrid
Mizuno Sand Wedge 
Projen 60 Lob Wedge
Apart from the Mizuno Sand Wedge – Complete set was bought brand spanking new at West Cornwall Golf Club (2014). I paid well over £800 for everything, I will accept no less than £500 – Penzance – Cheers. ( Face book Lee Manc ) 

Wade Patton says:

Dudes, it's not about the club.  You have to learn to hit any iron soundly and repeatedly long before brand/shape/style matter.  That said, you shouldn't hit clubs you don't like or don't think you'll like.  I recommend trying out as many different styles/makes as you can WHILE working with an instructor and getting loads of practice and improving your game via fundamentals and course management.  Something will speak to you and you'll know when it does.  Skills trump clubs-always.

81griffin says:

Titlest 905 driver / RBZ fairways / adams CB3 irons / odyssey white hot XG putter. 17 handicapper, best set I've had but also like the cobra baffler full set

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