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PRGR New iD FORGED #3 IRON Regular -Flex Mint used one on the course
PRGR New iD FORGED #3 IRON Regular -Flex Mint used one on the course
   $89.00
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egg Forged Iron 2010 4I 21 PRGR
egg Forged Iron 2010 4I 21 PRGR
   $91.60
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Rare PRGR Data 601 Star Of Tomorrow Forged Irons Set 4-PW Rifle 6.5 +1 inch Over
Rare PRGR Data 601 Star Of Tomorrow Forged Irons Set 4-PW Rifle 6.5 +1 inch Over
   $239.99
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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
   $89.99
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PRGR New iD FORGED IRON SET #5-9,PW (6 clubs) Firm -Flex Excellent
PRGR New iD FORGED IRON SET #5-9,PW (6 clubs) Firm -Flex Excellent
   $599.00
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USED PRGR GOLF JAPAN TR900 Tour FORGED 8pc Iron set
USED PRGR GOLF JAPAN TR900 Tour FORGED 8pc Iron set
   $290.00
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PRGR CT-545 Single 4 Iron Golf Club Graph M-34/76 MPH
PRGR CT-545 Single 4 Iron Golf Club Graph M-34/76 MPH
   $7.49
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egg Iron 4I 21 PRGR
egg Iron 4I 21 PRGR
   $103.40
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[USED] PRGR GOLF JAPAN PRGR EGG 2013 IRON SET 5-9,P,A,S,S CARBON  M-35  1683
[USED] PRGR GOLF JAPAN PRGR EGG 2013 IRON SET 5-9,P,A,S,S CARBON M-35 1683
   $2,235.00
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PRGR DATA 711 #5 Iron Original Graphite Regular Flex
PRGR DATA 711 #5 Iron Original Graphite Regular Flex
   $29.99
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PRGR CT-545 Single 6 Iron Golf Club Graph M-34/76 MPH
PRGR CT-545 Single 6 Iron Golf Club Graph M-34/76 MPH
   $7.49
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[USED] PRGR GOLF JAPAN ID NABLA X IRON SET 6-CLUBS  (#5-9 P)  M-43 Flex 6389
[USED] PRGR GOLF JAPAN ID NABLA X IRON SET 6-CLUBS (#5-9 P) M-43 Flex 6389
   $1,070.00
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PRGR TR Model 900 Forged 5 Iron w/ Steel Stiff Flex (38" 6/10)
PRGR TR Model 900 Forged 5 Iron w/ Steel Stiff Flex (38" 6/10)
   $14.99
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egg Forged Iron 2012 5I - PRGR
egg Forged Iron 2012 5I - PRGR
   $158.57
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egg Forged Iron 2010 4-9.P.A - PRGR
egg Forged Iron 2010 4-9.P.A - PRGR
   $794.66
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Delofted....

Sl*ngblade61 said: Bravo brought this up earlier and it got me thinking, since I just ordered new irons. I'll be damned if they aren't delofted like crazy. Here are the specs on Cleveland CG gold;

Sl*ngblade61 said: As a point of reference I know my current PW is 48* I will now be delofted 3*......eek! Now I want to check all my gear.....how do I do this? I suppose I need some special gadget? Why do OEM's do this?

Lyl*G said: Yep, thats the way it is now. Its great for the OEM's because now everyone needs to buy a gap wedge when they get new irons. That gadget would be a loft and lie gauge.

Sl*ngblade61 said: I have several gap wedges.....all around 53* That's still quite a gap between the PW and GW.

R*ckford35 said: How far are all of you hitting your PW? I hit mine about 120. My gap is a 56* (105 and under) and I also carry a 60*(75 and under). I have no "gaps" in my bag at the bottom end whatsoever. R35

Sl*ngblade61 said: I should be using my 8 for comparative purposes as I very , very rarely use the PW but I don't know the loft angle of my 8. I hit the 8 150/155 on the money almost every single time.

c*binessence said: I use my 47* PW anywhere between 95 and 115. 51* GW will go 80 to 100.

Lyl*G said: I carry 4 wedges 46* 125 50* 115 55* 100 60* 75

R*ckford35 said: I carry 3, but I'm "old school" with the 49* PW. R35

L*ftyHoges said: Old shool here too with a 49* PW. Hit it usually 105-110 metres so thats 115-120 yards to you guys... Step up to 56* from there...

*zra76 said: My PW is stupid long. I've hit it nearly 150. I don't mind the stronger lofts as I'd rather have a blade style GW as my "real" PW. I don't like CB's on shorter shots.

FK*19 said: i carry three and im fine. i have a 7* gap between wedges. that 7* is about 20 yards. 46* - 135 53* - 115 60* - 95

BSt*ne said: One of the reasons that clubs have stronger lofts these days is because of how the center of gravity is lower and deeper in the club heads, the ball flies higher, therefore they need to strengthen the lofts to keep the ball from going straight up in the air. It doesn't hurt that a lot of people need to carry a gap wedge on top of things.

J*hnny Par said: I like using my S9 gap wedge for 3/4 shots. For chipping and pitching, I prefer my Cleveland CG 10 52* gap wedge.

*racer said: Quote: Originally Posted by tmag One of the reasons that clubs have stronger lofts these days is because of how the center of gravity is lower and deeper in the club heads, the ball flies higher, therefore they need to strengthen the lofts to keep the ball from going straight up in the air. It doesn't hurt that a lot of people need to carry a gap wedge on top of things. You mean to tell me that the manufacturers aren't all a bunch of money-grubbing bald-faced liars and snake-oil salesman out to stroke our egos and sell us product we don't need and can't use?!?!? The nerve...

*altim said: The loft thing is getting worse. 44* and 45* PW's leave quite a large gap, it almost requires 2 gap wedges to get to a traditional 56*. I believe this is why you are seeing so many different lofts on wedges now as the PW is lofted anywhere from 44* to 50* dending on age and manufacturer of the iron set. If the trend continues, we will see a 40* PW in the next 10 years.:real angry:

Lyl*G said: Quote: Originally Posted by ualtim If the trend continues, we will see a 40* PW in the next 10 years.:real angry: Along with a 5 iron the average player cant get airborne.

VtD*vot said: My PW in my MP-60 set is 47 or 48 degrees. I never use it. I hit my GW which is Cleveland 53 degree bent to 51 to remove some bounce farther than I can hit the Mizzy. I am thinking about replacing the MP-60 PW with a 48 degree Callaway Forged wedge.