I have a set of vintage Hogan Apex blades 2-PW and I am trying to identify the period they were built. I have looked on various websites that have photos of the various Hogan irons over the years and I can't find them. I have attached some photos showing the back, sole and shaft. I find it weird that the set has a pitching wedge rather than an equalizer wedge. One other thing to add about them is the heads are not pinned to the shafts. Hopefully someone can help me out.
Vintage Hogan Apex blades - Help?
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Posted 18 August 2012 - 04:34 AM
They have AMF on the label. My friend had a full set of woods and irons when BH was under the AMF umbrella so I am guessing somewhere between 1982 and 1985. His had the Vector shaft which was like a steel precursor the TM's Bubble..
Posted 18 August 2012 - 10:16 AM
These have Apex shafts, flex #4. From what I have read, Hogans normally came with red numbers on the soles of the clubs. These have black numbers. I got the clubs from a guy from the UK, I wonder if they are a European version. The "pitching wedge" part is the biggest head sctratcher though.