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#1 Markboots

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Posted 03 May 2017 - 09:43 PM

Hi Everyone,

I have been asking a few questions lately as I continue to look for clubs for my wife and mother in law.  I also just bought myself a set of Yonex Ezone XF that arrived today.  But..... I thought about getting another set of forged irons.  I have no business playing blades nor am I looking to give up distance.  
Being left handed limits my selection.  Is Geotech the best bet to pick up forged clubs at a great price?  Any websites in particular.  I am totally fine with limited stamping or buying clubs without a well established name.  I can buy the heads only for now and assemble later or buy assembled clubs but prefer assembled clubs.  Any suggestions of where i can get a good deal of cavity back no name forged clubs?  

Appreciate any help!
Regards,
Mark

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#2 95124hacker

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Posted 03 May 2017 - 10:22 PM

I'd stay away from Geotech. I think they're made in China not Japan which would leave an underwhelming impression of JDM for you from the start.

Does it have to be new? Why exactly are you looking at JDM?

Some want the precision craftsmanship and quality. Some want obscurity / something different that's not mass produced.

Some want uber soft feel. Having played 15 or so sets of JDM forged irons, I can certainly recommend but I need to understand your reasons "why JDM".

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Posted 04 May 2017 - 07:42 PM

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