I remember reading about these irons in 2015, but I had completely forgotten about them...
...until today, when I saw a fresh set out on the course.
First, the irons are quite attractive. The basic muscleback design is pure and customizable, and the in-house finishes I saw were fantastic.
As far as customizability goes, you can specify a desired blade length, top line thickness, toe shape, bounce, grind, stamping, and probably more. Tweak to taste.
The heads I saw were completely blank with lofts stamped on the hosel—clean af all around.
My impression is that the P53s are a more aggressive Scratch blade. Enthusiasts will approve.
Finally, I don't even know if you can even become a customer right now. The venture-backed company is in no rush to profit and truly is all about the product at this point.
Based on stuff like this
, it's fair to assume the company has enough runway to get through this development and "closed beta" cycle before making a broader commercial offering.
Ultimately, my impression of the P53s is they're all about the aesthetics. They want to command a premium price for an American forging and an elite design.
Edited by pearsonified, 21 September 2017 - 08:01 PM.