They will be even easier to hit than the original Fort Worth’s.
I wonder if they plan to continue to sell the original if they really believe this to be true. I imagine there are folks that do not want a black iron, but would prefer the improved Ft Worth iron.
It would certainly make sense when the “regular” FT worths get “refreshed” to make all the same changes. I would bet on it actually.
I know they were huge proponents of the individual “club in every loft” system, but it is WAAAAAY too hard to do in terms of manufacturing, inventory, and ordering. Just give people the “mid- high” fairly traditional lofts and call it a day. 22,24,30,34,38,42,46 is what the predominant choice has been from the beginning.
Just go back to traditional numbers on the soles like on the blacks and call it a noble experiment that wasn’t so great in actual application. I used to work in the club biz back in the 90’s and I don’t even want to think about having clubs in every loft. Good lord.
I’m playing those exact lofts myself even though I actually bought the “low” set. I bent all mine 2 degrees weak to 22-46. It’s essentially perfect traditional lofting in my opinion. You won’t win any distance contests with a p790 or any other super jacked set, but that’s not the point of these irons.