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Vega Irons

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#1 Boiler0007



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Posted 28 February 2018 - 12:47 PM

Anyone still playing Vega irons?  I got a set of VC-05 that I shafted with Matrix Program 130 shaft and they are great!

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#2 Willian70



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Posted 01 March 2018 - 11:24 AM

I found a set of Raw Vega irons that did not have a model number or any markings on them.  I believe them to be a raw version of the VC-01. The Vega is actually centered and not lined out on the toe.  I have yet to play them since making shaft, grip, loft and lie adjustments. Hitting them indoors have felt amazing though.  We shall see if they make the bag this season or if they are put on the BST for the 3rd time this winter!!

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Posted 07 March 2018 - 06:01 AM

Haven't played a full set but did demo a VM-01 6 iron recently - very impressive, similar in feel to my Nikes and  frame the ball beautifully. Not sure if I can stump up £1500 for a 3 - PW set when the Nikes are going so well, but they are very VERY tempting.
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The Fairway Finder: Nike Vapor Fly Pro 2 Iron - KBS C-Taper 120S
The Blades: Nike Blades 3i - 9i - DG S400 Shaft
The Rusties: Nike Engage 50, 54 Square Sole, 58 Toe Sweep
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Fairway Woods: Nike Vapor Fly 5W - Diamana Blueboard 70S+
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Posted 08 March 2018 - 11:44 AM

13 handicap - Using the VDC-01's w/ XP-105s shafts going into 2nd full year.  They work well for me.  Feel my swing has improved enough to even enjoy the 4i.  What stood out immediately upon purchase was the pw, and how accurate it was w/ my swing and ability.  I also have the 52* VC-10, which is nicely weighted for me.  At my level, I feel it just takes time to get used to the clubs I'm using.  Some people can feel the differences immediately.  I did not try the MB's as I know I want the extra help with the CB's.


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