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Arnold Palmer Sears Roebuck Golf Clubs Rare set Tour Forged Blade irons 2 - PW
Arnold Palmer Sears Roebuck Golf Clubs Rare set Tour Forged Blade irons 2 - PW
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Arnold Palmer Golf Club Iron Set 2-PW RH 1" Short Steel Shaft Need Grips
Arnold Palmer Golf Club Iron Set 2-PW RH 1" Short Steel Shaft Need Grips
   $15.00
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Palmer PXI right hand iron set
Palmer PXI right hand iron set
   $30.00
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Palmer PHD Iron Set 4-PW, SW Uniflex RH
Palmer PHD Iron Set 4-PW, SW Uniflex RH
   $64.99
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ARNOLD PALMER ORIGINAL STANDARD STEEL MUSCLEBACK IRONS 1 TO PW ~ RH 10-IRON SET
ARNOLD PALMER ORIGINAL STANDARD STEEL MUSCLEBACK IRONS 1 TO PW ~ RH 10-IRON SET
   $399.75
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Palmer OS-99 BLADE Iron set w/covers 2-9+PW; RH, Stiff Steel Shafts; Excellent!
Palmer OS-99 BLADE Iron set w/covers 2-9+PW; RH, Stiff Steel Shafts; Excellent!
   $99.00
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Rare Vintage Arnold Palmer Tru-Matic Forged Iron Set - RH, 2-PW - Magneficent!
Rare Vintage Arnold Palmer Tru-Matic Forged Iron Set - RH, 2-PW - Magneficent!
   $69.99
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Axiom by Palmer Tour Series 3-PW &1-3-5 Woods w/ Vintage Wilson Vinyl Golf Bag
Axiom by Palmer Tour Series 3-PW &1-3-5 Woods w/ Vintage Wilson Vinyl Golf Bag
   $200.00
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PALMER "THE AXIOM II" 5-PW  IRONS - STEEL R FLEX SHAFTS - VERY GOOD CONDITION!
PALMER "THE AXIOM II" 5-PW IRONS - STEEL R FLEX SHAFTS - VERY GOOD CONDITION!
   $58.00
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New Vintage Arnold Palmer Boss II Golf Iron Set 3 - PW + Driver Steel Shafts RH
New Vintage Arnold Palmer Boss II Golf Iron Set 3 - PW + Driver Steel Shafts RH
   $79.99
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ARNOLD PALMER SP3 MIdsize Iron Irons set! 4-PW
ARNOLD PALMER SP3 MIdsize Iron Irons set! 4-PW
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Arnold Palmer Forged Golf Clubs Vintage 3,5.6,7,8,9-Wedge Set. 6 Irons Total
Arnold Palmer Forged Golf Clubs Vintage 3,5.6,7,8,9-Wedge Set. 6 Irons Total
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Arnold Palmer Arnie's Own Iron Set 3 Thru PW Regular Flex Graphite Offset
Arnold Palmer Arnie's Own Iron Set 3 Thru PW Regular Flex Graphite Offset
   $149.99
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Arnold Palmer Peerless Golf Clubs Rare set Forged Tour Blade irons 2 - PW R Flex
Arnold Palmer Peerless Golf Clubs Rare set Forged Tour Blade irons 2 - PW R Flex
   $79.95
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Palmer Intrepid Oversize 3-PW irons LH grapuite
Palmer Intrepid Oversize 3-PW irons LH grapuite
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Tell me these arent beautiful

L*l_Huth said: Just look at these irons and tell me they arent just beautiful as hell. I dont think I could hit them, but they are awesome looking.http://i232.photobucket.com/albums/e..._photo/101.jpghttp://i232.photobucket.com/albums/e...hoto/102-1.jpg

Cl*gnut said: Wow, ZO's. I couldn't hit em either, but they are hot. Did you decide which model your getting?

f*gjam said: Have a hit with them before deciding you can or can't hit them, I think you might be pleasantly surprised. They look pretty solid for MB blades, and have a look that they wouldn't be as hard to hit as some of the thinner MB's around like the Apex or JB333's. They certainly do look good, and would look great in my bag.

S*ndpiper3 said: figjam, wats a JB333? Those are sexy though, although not as sexy as J33b's:laugh:

L*l_Huth said: I know they are damn good looking. Nope I havent decided yet clug, will be trying to hit them tomorrow or friday some more. I hit these and wasnt doing too bad actually. But not consistently enough to shell out $1k for em. I am leaning towards the Blades or Cavity Backs/ Evolutions.

f*gjam said: Sorry bout that. A typo. Imeant the J33 Blade's.

L*l_Huth said: Another thing that makes me shy away from them is that they are ZO. They dont have progressive or minimal offset, they have absolutely ZERO. That scares me even thinking about it.

*ndacup said: We sell the ZO's actually better than you'd think...they are absolutely stunning looking in person...awsome feel...and for blades, pretty damn forgiving. Again, remember we're talking blades.... I personally play the Evos in my #1 bag and cannot describe how nice these are. Have your fitter let yu sample one of each...as well as the CB's

MCD*vis said: See, this is something I do not understand. I started playing in the mid/late 70's and learned on blades. I've yet to see ANY club made that I can't hit with confidence provided it has the correct shaft in it. I think some of you people need to hike up your skirts and quit whining...they're just golf clubs. Are there cars you can't drive? Are there courses you can't play? No. So why is it so different with clubs? btw, this comes from a guy who shoots 90's golf...and I'm still positive I could hit those blades and enjoy my round. Not singling anyone out, not really directed at Lil Huth...just felt the need to say it.

L*l_Huth said: I understand where you are coming from McDavis. Its not that I cant hit them, its that I might not be able to hit them consistently. I would be able to hit a Mb or a Cb with more consistency than these. This is all I am saying.

L*l_Huth said: So Indacup, you like the KZG line of clubs? To tell you the truth I loved the irons when I was hitting them.

f*gjam said: I've gotta go with McDavis on this one. The main reason people have so much trouble hitting blades is because they always come with stiff shafts because they are directed at low handicappers. If the same people who have trouble in the past with blades tried some with the correct shaft, they might find it's easier than they think. Lil Huth, I think if you are a 7 mark you should be plenty good enough to hit blades consistently. But maybe the best option is for you to mix it up a bit and get the ZO's in the shorter clubs and get the CB's in the 3 and 4.

Cl*gnut said: You couldn't handle my corvette, MC, you girl.:laugh: I think I know what you mean, but really, do you think a 15 or a 20 should be hitting zero offset blades? Why don't you use blades?

L*l_Huth said: I would indeed love to grab a set of these, but the ZOs are some expensive pieces of art. Atleast thats what I think. Maybe they arent that bad. We may be lucky if Indacup would enlighten us on price per head. These are even in the satin finish, I mean come on these things look incredible.

ch*mboy2 said: Those are great looking! Also, I'll second Indacup's recommendation of the Evolutions; simply great combo set. As for pricing per head on the ZO, it ain't gonna happen. From what I understand, and Indacup can correct me if I'm wrong, KZG polices their dealers tighter than PING and ensures that their irons are sold in person as fitted complete sets only.

J*FF4i said: For a matter of technicality, there is offset indeed. However, it is terribly minimal. Frankly, I don't even like the look of them.

l*mebums said: Quote: Originally Posted by Lil_Huth Just look at these irons and tell me they arent just beautiful as hell. I dont think I could hit them, but they are awesome looking.http://i232.photobucket.com/albums/e..._photo/101.jpghttp://i232.photobucket.com/albums/e...hoto/102-1.jpg :idhitit: My handicap won't tell you but I'm a hell of a ballstriker. I just can't make a putt. I'll take those irons. :laugh:

MCD*vis said: Quote: Originally Posted by Lil_Huth I understand where you are coming from McDavis. Its not that I cant hit them, its that I might not be able to hit them consistently. I would be able to hit a Mb or a Cb with more consistency than these. This is all I am saying. I can understand and agree with your point on that one...I hope you understand it was a general vent, not at you. It just bugs me when anyone says "I can't hit that" because they're not even giving themselves a chance to try. I'd love to hit those ZO's!!:idhitit: Quote: Originally Posted by Clugnut You couldn't handle my corvette, MC, you girl.:laugh: I think I know what you mean, but really, do you think a 15 or a 20 should be hitting zero offset blades? Why don't you use blades? Clug, I used to outrun my buddies 403 Trans Am with my '83 RX-7 back in the day purely on handling. One thing I can do is drive! I'd love to drive your vette...we'd both have a ball!! I'm actually playing my old forged blades right now with new GPTV grips (79 or 80 Wilson X31's), selling the MX-23's and already bought a set of J33cb's. Seriously considering dumping my old Toski gi's from the beach bag and putting the blades down there. Funny thing is, I had trouble with the MX-23 3 iron being consistent. Since switching sets, my X31 3 iron is pure money. And I think every golfer should play the club that gets them the most excited about playing regardless of handicap. If a 15-20 (like me) is excited about hitting his irons, he'll play more, practice more, and get better IMHO.

W*ldCatGolfer17 said: Quote: Originally Posted by MCDavis See, this is something I do not understand. I started playing in the mid/late 70's and learned on blades. I've yet to see ANY club made that I can't hit with confidence provided it has the correct shaft in it. I think some of you people need to hike up your skirts and quit whining...they're just golf clubs. Are there cars you can't drive? Are there courses you can't play? No. So why is it so different with clubs? btw, this comes from a guy who shoots 90's golf...and I'm still positive I could hit those blades and enjoy my round. Not singling anyone out, not really directed at Lil Huth...just felt the need to say it. Thats why... get some cavity backs HEHEHEHE sorry I had to

W*ldCatGolfer17 said: Quote: Originally Posted by lamebums :idhitit: My handicap won't tell you but I'm a hell of a ballstriker. I just can't make a putt. I'll take those irons. :laugh: those are gorgeous but i wish their KZG wasent there.. or just way smaller

MCD*vis said: Quote: Originally Posted by WildCatGolfer17 Thats why... get some cavity backs HEHEHEHE sorry I had to I did...J33cb's!! :laugh:

L*l_Huth said: Lol McDavis I would love to pick out clubs purely on excitement. But unfortuneately that isnt the case with tournament golf, just tends to work a little differently. I am not buying them off of ebay or anything Chem, I am buying them from a custom fitter down by Oakmont C.C. I got a little set-back at the moment but I still am gonna get some KZGs.

*ndacup said: We've been a KZG dealer since 2002...and I admit, their policy's are "interesting" to say the least... We are NOT allowed to post prices on line...we can however quote prices via e-mail....and compared to component companies, their prices I would say are on the moderate to upper price range...but technically, they aren't really components since you can only get them assembled. But the thing with KZG is once you buy a set from a dealer, you're getting essentially a lifetime support on them. I will check and adjust lies for free, if the customer needs to re shaft or make modifications, we do so cost for products and no charge for labor. The quality of KZG in my opinion is unsurpassed....I've only had to replace one head ever...and that was one of the original Gemini heads back in 2004. I am as impetuous as anyone when it comes to tinkering with new heads, shafts etc....I've gone thru so many drivers woods, hybrids etc...I have tried so many different iron heads...from top components like Alpha, Infiniti to top OEM's like Miz, Miuras, TM's etc...and nothing feels better or more accurate and yet forgiving for me than the Evolutions.

L*l_Huth said: Yeh I dont mind the price very much, it def. could be worse. The guy at the shop I was at was one of the nicest guys I have ever dealt with. He is giving me his 2nd driver out of his bag so I can try out the KZG head on it out on the course. Now this is his personal club mind you. They use the true temper shaft lab to help you figure out what suits you best. So far with the irons I hit off of the mat in the simulator, I have never hit a better feeling irons. And I have also hit all the major OEMs.