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Callaway’s new Steelhead XR irons and hybrids each draw from equipment designs and technologies in the company’s history.

The new Steelhead XR irons are influenced by the Steelhead X-14 irons — some of the most highly coveted irons in Callaway’s catalog — that were released in the year 2000 (click for a reminder of what they look like). For its new release of game-improvement irons, Callaway looked to the classic Steelhead X-14 irons for shaping and mass properties, and used its since-acquired knowledge of iron design to add performance benefits.

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A face-on look at the Steelhead XR irons shows they’re reminiscent of the original Steelhead irons.

The Steelhead XR hybrids also implement designs from other Callaway products, albeit from the not-so-distant past. For its Steelhead XR hybrids, which are to be used as replacements or complements to the iron set, Callaway borrowed design concepts from both the Apex hybrids — originally designed for better players, according to Callaway — and the Callaway XR drivers, which were co-engineered with Boeing.

For more specifics, read below. To join the conversation about the Steelhead XR release and see more photos, CLICK HERE.

Callaway Steelhead XR irons

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Callaway’s line of XR clubs have become known for speed and forgiveness. The new releases are no different in that sense.

The idea behind looking into its history at the Steelhead X-14 irons was to implement characteristics of shaping and mass properties to make a more forgiving, balanced iron. Visibly, you’ll notice a “hitch in the topline near the heel,” as Dr. Alan Hocknell, Callaway’s Senior VP of R&D, describes it. This allowed Callaway to put the center of gravity (CG) at the direct center of the club head, in relation to the heel and toe. Additionally, there is a bore-through in the heel, helping also to control the CG, and to raise moment of inertia (MOI), according to Hocknell.

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It was important for Callaway to control CG from heel-to-toe, placing it on the center line, as well as controlling it from top to bottom. The irons are designed to have lower CG in the long irons, where higher launch is crucial for more distance, forgiveness and stopping power. On the other hand, the short irons are designed with higher CG, which is important for control, and to avoid producing shots that are “too floaty,” as Hocknell said.

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Here is what the construction looks like. Graphic provided by Callaway.

Callaway uses a new material — steel-infused polyurethane — that sits behind the face in the cavity of the irons, which are made from 17-4 stainless steel. The material (pictured above) is placed low in the irons to drive CG downward, and also serves to dampen vibrations at impact, keeping the irons from feeling harsh, according to Callaway.

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The Steelhead XR irons were also designed with coefficient of restitution (COR) that goes “as high as anybody dares to go,” Hocknell said. With faster 360 Face Cups — Callaway’s familiar variable-thickness faces that are welded to the bodies — than previous irons, the Steelhead XR irons have thinner perimeters helping to extend the high-COR area, and pushing it right up to the legal limit. This means they will produce extremely fast ball speeds across the face.

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Steelhead XR iron sets (3-LW) will be available in stores on September 2, and will sell for $799 with a steel shaft and $999 for graphite. Stock shafts will be True Temper’s XP 95 Stepless (Steel) and Matrix’s F15 (Graphite), although there is a “wide array” of aftermarket shafts available.

Click here for more photos and discussion.

Steelhead XR hybrids

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To Callaway’s surprise, according to Hocknell, average players showed serious interest in the recently released Apex hybrids, although they were designed for lower-handicaps.

After listening to the feedback, Callaway looked to the Apex design, and made some adjustments for those who need more forgiveness, launch, and ultimately, distance. To do this, Callaway made the blade lengths longer, and made the club heads deeper from front-to-back, while keeping the familiar squared-off toe reminiscent of the Apex hybrids. The bigger surface area of the face allowed the Steelhead XR hybrids to have higher MOI than you’ll find from the Apex hybrids, but a similar head shape.

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Also, you’ll notice the Steelhead XR hybrids have Callaway’s Hyper Speed Face Cups welded to the bodies, which are made to enhance ball speeds on mishits.

For additional head speed, Callaway implemented the familiar Speed Steps from Callaway’s XR drivers, engineered in tandem with Boeing, that are said to provide better aerodynamics for players who need it.

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The Steelhead XR hybrids (3-6) will be available in stores on September 2, selling for $219 each. Matching the irons, they too will have True Temper’s XP 95 (Steel) and Matrix’s F15 (Graphite) stock shafts, although there is a “large selection” of aftermarket shafts available.

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Click here to see more photos of the Steelhead XR irons and hybrids, and join in the discussion.

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58 Comments

  1. Brian K

    Sep 14, 2016 at 8:31 am

    No matter what haters complaining, this steelhead irons have really good quality.
    I compared with apex cf16 with same stock shaft, xp95. steelhead was softer and more precise. I landed every shot 2 yard radius, I was really impressed.

  2. JThunder

    Sep 4, 2016 at 2:11 am

    This entire comments section proves without doubt that comments sections are the most useless part of any website. Those old enough will remember how newspaper and magazine “letters to the editor” were largely populated by cretins. The internet breeds cretinism.

  3. JB

    Aug 29, 2016 at 8:41 am

    I slept with these irons last night. Lets just say they delivered solid feel where it counts and feedback was oh so sweet. Are these the best irons ever you ask yourself? DING DING DING!

  4. Joshua

    Aug 28, 2016 at 12:48 am

    Been to a few thp events and Josh and Morgan are great people.Their website isn’t about die hard golf but more about meeting new friends for a lifetime.The forum is fun chats non golf and semi golf related.The teaching dept on thp is quite poor as the main instructor Fred can barely break 80.But the forum isn’t like wrx it’s a meet and greet and make friends for a lifetime.I see no dishonesty on their site or when meeting in person

    • Josh

      Aug 28, 2016 at 7:52 am

      Congrats on getting picked to “test” these irons! Jman will tell you the rules. Which are proclaim these irons the best ever before selling them on wrx. We of course sell all our “used” equipment on eBay. You can too with some solid pictures and description!

  5. peter collins

    Aug 27, 2016 at 9:18 am

    These are gonna be the greatest Callaway irons ever

  6. Josh

    Aug 26, 2016 at 7:45 am

    Any chance we can “glitch” these comments away?

  7. Ddec

    Aug 25, 2016 at 3:10 pm

    When I get randomized into the mother effin Grandaddy this year these are going in my bag. I could care less when we lose to the Zoo Crew for the 4th straight year. Free Callaway gear is always a win for me.

    • JMan

      Aug 25, 2016 at 4:05 pm

      The Mother EF’ing Granddaddy, I love it when I us mod’s get randomly selected for cool things. Must be because we are Albatross Members. #FreeStuffisCool#MotherEF’ing#Where’sCookie#6gootgimmee#ToppedTeeShot#Youaren’tcoolifyoudon’tplaywith36capTHP’ers

    • THP's eBay Account

      Aug 25, 2016 at 4:12 pm

      Wooooooo Grandaddy I cant wait for all those new clubs to hit my listing pages! I’ll have more page views than a THP unbiased Callaway driver review copied straight from the web. Plastic still on all clubs except the 7 iron fetches top dolla yo. Jman is always one of the first to ditch his “best club I have hit” irons. Freddie will need a little help with his listing description too. #mindblown

      • BigHitter

        Aug 25, 2016 at 5:47 pm

        THP, did someone restart my bombsquad site? DTown and I are gonna sue JB over this, wait, no, we were shills for Taylormade, nevermind.

    • MikeDean441

      Aug 25, 2016 at 5:58 pm

      You know Ddec, it’s about the memories, not the score, and scoring a lot of free swag that most of the poor suckers on the site have pay for. I hope we get to eat the best food ever at Denny’s again this year. See ya latter, I’ve got to go practicing chutting.

    • War Beagle

      Aug 25, 2016 at 8:29 pm

      Remember when I quit this awesome site and ragged on J.B. and the rest of the THP staff all the time?

      Oh yeah. Me neither.

      OFFICIAL THREAD STARTER, BEEACHES!

      • OleGrey

        Aug 25, 2016 at 10:17 pm

        Well dag numit, JB dun gone an gots another Granpappy set up. My dog hunt much but I got a sense for thievery and I bet those THP boys are up to no good

      • Nate

        Aug 26, 2016 at 7:45 am

        Hey is this where I make some funny comment that isn’t really funny? No, ok, I’ll post up some pictures I took then added in a bunch of clouds so y’all can tell me how great I am. I’m Big Time you know, BTD to you.

  8. 9stick

    Aug 25, 2016 at 1:42 pm

    This comments section is brutal.

    • THP's eBay Account

      Aug 25, 2016 at 4:12 pm

      You want to buy some new irons?

  9. Canadan

    Aug 24, 2016 at 10:02 pm

    Please stop this. I get free equipment from thp and will never ever share it with anyone

  10. Golf4lefties

    Aug 24, 2016 at 7:20 pm

    I love the Legacy Iron look but will never be able to own a set. These look like the Legacy’s to me. I have Gamed just about every set of Callaway Iron from at least 2000 and on and the Steel Heads were one if not my favorite Callaway Offering. I will Buying these ASAP.

  11. Leaded

    Aug 24, 2016 at 6:59 pm

    These are gonna be the greatest Callaway irons ever

  12. Canadan

    Aug 24, 2016 at 6:37 pm

    I have had mad secret love with the entire Callaway staff. J rod gives great H E A D

  13. Freddie Kong

    Aug 24, 2016 at 6:08 pm

    Leave J.B. alongated! I love hemoglobin!

  14. JB's yellow tooth

    Aug 24, 2016 at 6:02 pm

    Somebody please call the tooth fairy! I’ve been held hostage in this sewer one might mistaken for a mouth for decades! callaway take me away!

    • JMan

      Aug 24, 2016 at 6:08 pm

      #Where’sHawk#Where’sCookie#Where’sOleGray#Theserverwaswipedclean

      • JB's yellow tooth

        Aug 24, 2016 at 8:35 pm

        How should I know? I’m stuck in this fools upper sphincter and I don’t have eyes!

  15. THP Tour Van

    Aug 24, 2016 at 3:05 pm

    I can’t wait to have these laying in the back of the van. Of course, they won’t be there long since eBay will come calling soon. Then all that will be left will be beef jerky wrappers, wet dog hair, and the bad memories of what #TheGranddaddy was really about.

    #ilovecallaway
    #goodsourceofprotein
    #tastesgoodgoingdown

    • JMan

      Aug 24, 2016 at 5:35 pm

      That’s the Mother EF’ing Granddaddy. #Mother EF’ing Granddaddy#PlayingGolfwith39handicapsisbest#IloveCallaway#Where’sCookie

  16. JMan

    Aug 24, 2016 at 11:32 am

    Can’t wait to try these out at the Mother EF’in Granddaddy. I say Mother EF’in because JB does and that makes it really cool. #Mother EF’in#I’mbeingacrybabyagain

    • JB's yellow tooth

      Aug 24, 2016 at 8:44 pm

      I’ve seen you before! Well… Just the tip anyway

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  18. Golfer Gal from THP

    Aug 23, 2016 at 7:34 pm

    As said above, these are the best irons Callaway has ever offered to the public. It was a spirited debate between me and JB whether or not to sell these on eBay. But in the end, $$$ won out. I mean we can’t save the animal kingdom one dog at a time without moolah!

  19. Golfer Gal from THP

    Aug 23, 2016 at 7:31 pm

    As said above, these are Callaways greatest irons ever. When they sent us them to test, we had a spirited debate whether or not we would put them on eBay to sell. But in the end, $$$ won out. We can’t save the animal kingdom one dog at a time without moolah!

  20. Justin

    Aug 23, 2016 at 6:33 pm

    personally, I think the irons are hideous. I love Callaway and currently bag their irons, wedges, and 3 wood, but these look terrible. But, if they can improve someone’s game, go for it!

  21. Mark

    Aug 23, 2016 at 3:31 pm

    Have they finally run out of ideas?

    • cgasucks

      Aug 23, 2016 at 8:15 pm

      Probably…other OEMs might be running out of ideas as well. I wouldn’t be surprised if Titleist revived their DCI concept and TM brings back their bubble shafts…

  22. C1

    Aug 23, 2016 at 3:24 pm

    Callaway #1! Very clever, the Callaway people. Excellent marketing, and their products perform just as described.
    No I don’t work for Callaway, and I approve this message.

  23. JB from THP

    Aug 23, 2016 at 3:24 pm

    I personally LOVE these so much. Seriously the greatest club ever designed. I really didn’t think Callaway could come out with anything better than the Apex CF16 but wow have they proven me wrong. I’ll have these in my Callaway stand bag as soon as they hit retail. I don’t even need to see the price tag – just ring them up and take my money.

    #Epic
    #AlwaysInnovating
    #PXGPutsWeinersOnTheirDrivers

    • dsd

      Aug 23, 2016 at 4:06 pm

      #SHANK lol

    • Jay

      Aug 23, 2016 at 7:33 pm

      #You’veneverhitthem
      #Rehashofoldideas=notinnovative

    • JB's Dog (kid)

      Aug 24, 2016 at 10:30 am

      Well said my master! You always know a solid shovel when you dig with one. I mean you really tore it up with those Altitudes! Never thought you would ever leave those giant earth movers. But these seem like they have JB all over the giant faces. Cant wait to see these in your Callaway bag inside the Callaway paid for tour van. #nobiasreviewsFTW

      • JB's yellow tooth

        Aug 24, 2016 at 8:50 pm

        #family! Guess that doesn’t include veneers

  24. Jim

    Aug 23, 2016 at 10:55 am

    Not sure what Callaway is doing with their club releases? Now they will have XR, XR Pro, XR OS, Steelhead XR and then the Apex line. Where do these slot in or are they meant as the replacement for the XR series? They’re starting to act like TM on the multiple releases. Very confusing.

    • Scooter McGavin

      Aug 23, 2016 at 11:21 am

      Most likely to replace the XR. XRs are like 1.5 years old now.

    • Oskars

      Aug 23, 2016 at 8:53 pm

      I have always thought that for the last couple years Callaway has been much worse than Taylormade in that regard. Sooo confusing.

      • JThunder

        Sep 4, 2016 at 2:09 am

        What’s confusing about buying a set of irons that works for you or keeping your current ones? Are you a staffer who has to choose between their sets to make your living? Or a rep who has to know the lines inside and out?

  25. alexdub

    Aug 23, 2016 at 10:39 am

    Awesome that they are bringing back the old branding. I wish more companies would do the same.

  26. Patrick

    Aug 23, 2016 at 9:46 am

    Also, will they be releasing a Steelhead line of woods?

    • Mat

      Aug 24, 2016 at 8:05 am

      Those would be the 2016.2 Steelhead Apex XR OS OMG driver and fairway. The OMG stands for the Oversized, Massive, Gigantic sweet spot just above the aftermarket weight ports that will have a different adapter and and 12 colors to choose from. Unless you’re a Lefty.

  27. Patrick

    Aug 23, 2016 at 9:39 am

    Does anyone know if they will be releasing a “pro” version?

    • Mat

      Aug 24, 2016 at 8:01 am

      The Steelhead XRII Pro 2017, in semi-delaminating “chrome”. It’ll be out just in time to use the Golfsmith card your spouse got you, assuming they aren’t in Chapter 11.

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Best irons in golf of 2021: Best blades

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A new set of irons is the single biggest investment you can make into your set of golf clubs. At GolfWRX, to determine the 2021 best irons and their categories, we have compiled an expert panel of fitters to help you find out which of 2021 irons is best for your game.

In 2021, OEMs have continued to push the engineering envelope of iron design by utilizing new technology and manufacturing methods to create clubs that offer forgiveness, along with faster, more consistent club faces and launch windows. Not only that, but we are also seeing more segmentation of models from equipment manufacturers to help you determine your best set and/or set combination thanks to fitting.

These fitting options are important because irons are the key to better scoring and by building the perfect set, you create a cohesive group of clubs in your bag to help you reduce dispersion and hit it closer to your target.

That being said, ultimately the best way to find your personal iron set is to work with a professional fitter using a launch monitor. The difficult part is a lot of people don’t have easy access to fitters, launch monitors, and club builders—so at GolfWRX, we have done a lot of the work for you.

We are in the era of not just maximizing distance but also minimizing the penalty of common misses for each player—this applies to irons just as much as it does with any other club in the bag. This is why, now more than ever, custom fitting is essential to help you see results on every swing you make.

Join the discussion about best irons 2021 in the forums!

The methodology is simple: We want to give you the tools and information to go out and find what works best for you by offering recommendations for your individual iron set wants and needs with insight and feedback from the people who work every single day to help golfers get peak performance out of their equipment.

Best irons of 2021: How we did it

Before starting the process of building our best iron survey, we reached out to our trusted fitters to discuss how they sort through the endless number of iron options available to golfers. The consensus was clear—the best fitters in the world see all the options available in the marketplace, analyze their performance traits, and pull from that internal database of knowledge and experience like a supercomputer when they are working with a golfer.

It’s essentially a huge decision tree derived from experience and boiled down to a starting point of options—and it has nothing to do with a handicap!

Modern iron sets are designed into player categories that overlap the outdated “what’s your handicap?” model, and at GolfWRX we believe it was important to go beyond handicap and ask specific questions about the most crucial performance elements fitters are looking at to help golfers find the best set of irons for them. From overall performance to shotmaking, to helping players achieve better trajectories and speed, we strived to ask the right questions.

These are the best iron categories we have developed to help you the reader determine what rankings are most important for your swing and game.

Best irons of 2021: The categories

Best irons of 2021: Meet the fitters

Nick Sherburne: Founder, Club Champion
Clare Cornelius: Fitter,
 Cool Clubs
Eric Johnson: Fitter, True Spec Golf
Shaun Fagan: Fitter, True Spec Golf
Kirk Oguri: PGA Professional/ Club Specialist, Pete’s Golf
Sue O’Connor: Fitter, Cool Clubs 
Scott Felix: Owner, Felix Club Works
Mark Knapp: Club Fitter, Carls Golfland
Ryan Johnson: Club Fitter, Carls Golfland
Eric Hensler: Manager & Fitter, 
Miles of Golf
Brad Coffield: Fitter Carls Golfland
Nick Waterworth: Fitter, Haggin Oaks Golf Super Shop
Adam White: Co-Founder & Director of Club Fitting, Measured Golf
Scott Anderson: VP of Sales, Fitter, True Spec Golf
Matthew Sim: Director of Operations, Modern Golf
Ian Fraser: CEO & Founder, Tour Experience Golf
Mike Martysiewicz: Director of Club Fitting & Building, Tour Experience Golf
Shawn Zawodni: Fitter, Miles of Golf
Ben Giunta: Owner, The Tour Van

2021 Best irons: Blades

This is by far the most straightforward category because it is defined by a single style of club—the blade AKA the muscleback or MB for short. Although modern variations offer a lot more playability than they did decades ago, blades are still defined by their workability, compact shaping, and lower ball flight. If you are looking for the ultimate test or just prefer something in the more traditional vein, these are for you.

Srixon Z Forged

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Their story: The Z-Forged irons from Srixon are forged from a single billet of soft 1020 carbon steel, and are designed to offer players an exceptional amount of feel throughout all shots. The irons also contain the patented Tour V.T Sole which is designed to provide more consistent ball striking while keeping the versatility to execute every type of shot.

From the fitters

  • I know this is will sound like an oxymoron based on the category, but thanks to the profile and sole design, the Z-Forged is quite a forgiving blade option.
  • This is my favorite blade iron because of the VT sole—it’s a game-changer for steeper players who take a divot but still performs great for those that don’t.
  • With blades all being very familiar, it often comes down to look and turf interaction, and the Z-forged arguably offers the best turf interaction of the group with the beveled leading edge.

For more photos/info, read our launch piece and check out this forum thread.

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Callaway Apex MB

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Their story: The Callaway Apex MB is forged from 1025 carbon steel with a classic shape that is similar to other blade irons from Callaway’s past, but this time with a slightly narrower sole and less offset. Another improvement is the 20V grooves ensure optimal spin control in and out of the rough.

The centrally located weight screw in the back of the head allows Callaway builders to maintain the precise center of gravity locations when adding or removing weight from the irons—it’s not a new idea, but it’s one that is key to allowing the irons to be dialed into spec for each golfer.

From the fitters

  • With its compact profile and subtly square toe, the Apex MB is the best-looking blade on the market in my opinion. It’s also very easy to work the ball in any direction you want.
  • The central weight screw for adjusting swing weight has been great this year for quality control and to fine-tune during fittings. Although not everyone is sensitive to swing weight, this feature allows us, and secondly the builders, to get things just right.

For more photos/info, read our launch piece and check out this forum thread.

Mizuno MP-20

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Their story: Mizuno calls the MP-20 “the ultimate tour blade” thanks to its melding of modern manufacturing techniques with classic styling. The MP20s provide flow throughout the set from top to bottom leading to greater control over ball flight. This flow also increases forgiveness (please remember it’s still a blade) and launch in the longer irons, with an increased ability to flight the ball in the scoring clubs.

To help create the classic Mizuno feel, the irons are also complemented with a copper underlay beneath the final chrome plating.

From the fitters:

  • The MP-20 is the quintessential Mizuno blade while also being quite a bit easier to hit—a relative term I know.
  • Not only is the iron great on its own, but Mizuno has a fantastic fitting cart full of shaft options.

For more photos/info, read our launch piece and check out this forum thread.

Titleist 620 MB

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Their story: The 620 MB offers ideal turf interaction throughout the set thanks to more camber and a tweaked leading edge.  In addition to the sole tweaks, the blade length is progressive from the longest iron to the shortest and the transition is so smooth that unless you set clubs next to each other, it’s quite difficult to notice. The final design element is the face height progression which transitions from more shallow to tall in the pitching wedge to offer the greatest control over ball flight.

From the fitters:

  • As long as the player has the skill set to play a blade, the 620 MB is consistent and the misses are not too bad.
  • This is a “traditional blade” in every sense, and sticks with slightly more traditional lofts. The other great thing Titleist did with the lofts of the MB is match them exactly to the 620 CB so you can easily build combo sets—because even at this point Adam Scott isn’t using a blade 3-iron.

For more photos/info, read our launch piece and check out this forum thread.

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TaylorMade P7MB

Their story: Making something seem simple is often the most challenging. What makes the TaylorMade P7MB great is in the nuance and very fine details that the designers made upgrades to compared to the previous models. The P7MB keeps the same workability as the previous generation P730 but with some extra forgiveness built into the longer clubs by the way of a slightly longer blade length. The irons are also manufactured using a multi-step forging process which includes a 2,000-ton forging press to push the quality tolerance of every 1025 carbon steel forging to its peak.

From the fitters:

  • A lot of the players I have worked with have given great feedback on the look and feel of these irons. I also love that the whole P-Series irons can be easily custom-built as combo sets—P7MB’s mixed with a couple of P7MC longer irons is a real “gamer” set.   
  • This is without a doubt the nicest looking and best-performing blade TaylorMade has ever produced.

For more photos/info, read our launch piece and check out this forum thread.

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Matthew Wolff WITB 2021 (April)

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Driver: TaylorMade M1 460 (10.5 degrees @ 9 degrees)
Shaft: Graphite Design Tour AD HD 7 X

3-wood: TaylorMade SIM2 Titanium (15 degrees)
Shaft: Graphite Design Tour AD XC 8 X

Irons: TaylorMade P7MC (3-PW)
Shafts: Project X 6.5

Wedges: TaylorMade MG2 (50-09SB, 56-12SB, 60-09LB)
Shafts: True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100

Putter: TaylorMade Spider X Proto (33 inches, lie at 70, 3.5 loft, D4)
Grip: TaylorMade Red/Black

Ball: TaylorMade TP5 ’21 Pix

Grips: Golf Pride ZGrip Cord (+3 double-sided tape)

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Driver: Ping G425 LST (9 degrees @7, Big -)
Shaft: Mitsubishi Diamana D+ Limited 70 TX (45.25 inches, tipped 1.5 inch)

3-wood: Ping G400 Stretch (13 degrees @14), D5+ swing weight
Shaft: Mitsubishi Diamana D+ Limited 80 TX (42 inches)

Irons: Nike Vapor Fly Pro (3), Ping Blueprint (4-PW)
Shafts: Graphite Design Tour AD DI Hybrid 105 X (3), Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Tour 120 X

  

Wedges: Ping Glide Forged (50-10, 56-10), Titleist Vokey Design SM8 (60-10S)
Shafts: Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Tour 125 X (50, 56), Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 125 Wedge

Putter:  Piretti Elite Custom

Ball: Titleist Pro V1

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