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  1. Jack’s Blades look great, Old blade irons still feel better in my opinion than most modern ones, and blades really havent changed all that much since the late 80’s, atleast the blades that these guys and Tiger, ect… play

  2. Interesting….. many old irons, some pretty beat up in their bags, and I’m sure they can easily have new clubs head-to-toe in their bags but they don’t. I even see some players on current PGA tour that look like they’re using clubs beat up, like they were the same as the ones they used in high school. So is it the old montra, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it?”

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