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Rare PRGR TR 900 Forged Irons 3-PW (No 5 Iron) X Stiff Steel
Rare PRGR TR 900 Forged Irons 3-PW (No 5 Iron) X Stiff Steel
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PRGR ladies iron set 3-S, M-34 graphite ladies flex, new grips
PRGR ladies iron set 3-S, M-34 graphite ladies flex, new grips
   $149.00
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Used Golf Clubs PRGR TR-X 910 Original carbon 7pc Iron set  Japan Mens
Used Golf Clubs PRGR TR-X 910 Original carbon 7pc Iron set Japan Mens
   $171.00
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Used Golf Clubs PRGR Data 611 original carbon 8pc Iron set Japan Mens
Used Golf Clubs PRGR Data 611 original carbon 8pc Iron set Japan Mens
   $93.00
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Used Golf Clubs PRGR CT-533CP original carbon 9pc Iron set Japan Mens
Used Golf Clubs PRGR CT-533CP original carbon 9pc Iron set Japan Mens
   $89.00
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910TR-X Iron 5-9.P.A.S - PRGR
910TR-X Iron 5-9.P.A.S - PRGR
   $159.80
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Used Golf Clubs PRGR Speed âÄčâÄč925TR-X (Original carbon) Iron Set Japan Mens 45
Used Golf Clubs PRGR Speed âÄčâÄč925TR-X (Original carbon) Iron Set Japan Mens 45
   $205.00
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PRGR TR500 Iron Set 3-Pw S200 Stiff Shafts 8 Irons RARE LIMITED FORGED Japan LTD
PRGR TR500 Iron Set 3-Pw S200 Stiff Shafts 8 Irons RARE LIMITED FORGED Japan LTD
   $400.00
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Used Golf Clubs PRGR Data 811 Iron (Original carbon) Iron Set Japan Mens 69
Used Golf Clubs PRGR Data 811 Iron (Original carbon) Iron Set Japan Mens 69
   $311.00
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Used Golf Clubs PRGR Iron Speed âÄčâÄč925TR-X (Original carbon) Iron set Japan Mens
Used Golf Clubs PRGR Iron Speed âÄčâÄč925TR-X (Original carbon) Iron set Japan Mens
   $208.00
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is3 502Iron 5-9.P - PRGR
is3 502Iron 5-9.P - PRGR
   $370.64
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 USED PRGR GOLF JAPAN FORGED 900TR 9pc S400 Iron set
USED PRGR GOLF JAPAN FORGED 900TR 9pc S400 Iron set
   $290.00
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PRGR egg Forged 6pc R-Flex  IRONS SET Golf Clubs Excellent
PRGR egg Forged 6pc R-Flex IRONS SET Golf Clubs Excellent
   $849.00
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PRGR CT-522 9pc R-Flex IRONS SET Golf Clubs inv
PRGR CT-522 9pc R-Flex IRONS SET Golf Clubs inv
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USED PRGR GOLF JAPAN FORGED  GN502    8pc Iron set
USED PRGR GOLF JAPAN FORGED GN502 8pc Iron set
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Dad's Birthday, Please Help

sp*ctacularlyaverage said: Hey all, Thanks in advance for your help. My dad's birthday is coming up and he wants a particular club and I can't seem to find the right one online. If anyone can help me first identify the club and then tell me where I might be able to order it (he lives on the other side of the country), it would be awesome of you. He asked for a "Taylormade Senior Hybrid #5". I've been away from the game so long, I never even heard of hybrids. Can anyone help me find a way to buy this for my dad? Thanks. Ted

J*FF4i said: A hybrid is essentially a hybrid between a fairway wood and iron. Obviously, there are many takes on this. The TaylorMade Senior Hybrid #5, will be... Manufacturer: TaylorMade Shaft: Senior Flex Graphite Loft: 5 (I'd guess around 26 degrees?) There's quite a few TaylorMades out there though.

Skj*y101 said: You are likely looking at a senior flex rescue. My assumptions: If he has a senior shaft, his swing speed is low, and he is playing a 5 hybrid, where most would have a 5 iron, so he's likely looking for a club that is the most forgiving on poor shots. The three that fit this category are: The Taylormade R7 Draw rescue The Taylormade R7 CGB Max Rescue The Taylormade Burner Rescue (standard) I Assume these three because they have the most forgiving faces, and are optimized for slightly slower swing speeds. You can google these items and find a retailer, I'm Canadian so most of my go-to places don't exist 'down there'

S*lverUberXeno said: Dick's Sporting Goods has the TM Burner Hybrids on sale now. They may have a senior flex. I checked out sponsoring site, Global Golf, and they did not have a 5. Actually, Dick's won't have a 5, now that I think about it... Very unlikely, at least.

H*rry Longshanks said: As others have mentioned, "hybrid" is a type of club (not a model name) that is essentially a cross between a wood and an iron. They are also called "rescue" or "utility" clubs. TaylorMade calls its hybrids "Rescue clubs". Right now, TaylorMade has 6 different models of "Rescues"Burner Rescue High Launch Burner Rescue Tour Launch r7 CGB Max Rescue Burner Rescue Rescue TP (TP = Tour Preferred) r7 Draw Rescue Hybrids are usually numbered according to the iron they replace. For example a 5, 5h (h=hybrid), or 5r (r=replacement) would replace the 5-iron. According to the TaylorMade website, #2 (Burner Rescue Tour Launch) and #5 (Rescue TP) are not available in a "5". So that narrows your choices down to 4 models (#1, #3, #4, #6). We could all speculate about which one your father probably wants, but you should find out if you want to be certain. Can you (or someone else) look in his golf bag to see if he has other TaylorMade hybrids? Most likely, if he wants a 5-hybrid, he probably has a 2, 3 and/or 4-hybrid already. When your father said "senior", he was most likely referring to the shaft flex. Most hybrids now use graphite shafts instead of steel. And if your father wants a "senior" flex, he almost certainly wants a graphite shaft. Sometimes, "senior" flex is know as "light" flex, but if he specified "Senior", I would look for an online retailer that also uses that terminology, as "light" can also sometimes refer to "ladies" flex. And sometimes, "ladies" and "senior" are not the same flex. TGW.com has the Burner rescue , the r7 Draw, the CGB Max, and the Burner Rescue High Launch (at least I think that is what it is based on the photo) in a 5 with a senior flex. ^^^ could a TM person check me on this, because (based on the photos on the TM website) it looks like Golfsmith and TGW are referring to the High Launch as the "2008 Burner" and the Rescue Burner as the "2007 Burner".

sp*ctacularlyaverage said: Wow! Thanks very much.

J*FF4i said: That said, you should get back in the game and stick around here. We love the company and there's some brilliant knowledge abouts here (myself not included) that can really help.