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Forum Thread of the Day: “Best players iron on the market now?”



Today’s Forum Thread of the Day comes from drvrwdge and delves into the subject of 2019 players irons. Drvrwdge asks fellow members which players iron they rate as the best of this year, with Srixon’s Z785 proving to be very popular amongst WRXers.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • swoooshlt: “I’m nowhere near the player I once was, but the Z785 is giving back some of that confidence……, and the feel is BRILLIANT!”
  • KC13: “MP-20 MMC all day.”
  • hypergolf: “I tried all the new iron releases as I am in the market to replace my Mizuno MP60s (TT DG S300). After hours of search, different shaft and head combinations I am going to go with Titleist T100 with Project X 6.0. Historically I never liked Titleist irons and was always a Mizuno iron player, but this year the feel and performance in T100 won me over…”
  • dalillama47: “Z785’s are my vote. Yes, I do play them. I can play anything I want. Between feel, forgiveness and the way they go through the turf, all a tough combo to beat. I’m not saying they are the best, but hard to believe there is anything much better.”

Entire Thread: “Best players iron of 2019?”

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    Nov 9, 2019 at 1:11 am

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  2. Daniel Whitehurst

    Oct 28, 2019 at 3:39 am

    ‘19 Apex pro w/ Project x 6.5 for me 4-pw , 18 deg x forged utility w/ steel fiber 110x . Cup faces are the bomb in a players iron!

  3. Jeff Wright

    Oct 17, 2019 at 2:52 am

    Silly premise. There are irons and there are swings. The iron that works for one swing may not work for another. All you can say for certain is there is no good or bad equipment. No right or wrong just suitability to the individual. Show me an iron that helps one person and I will show you ten people that can’t hit it.

  4. Nicklaus

    Oct 15, 2019 at 1:20 pm

    Stick with Mizuno irons! You can’t go wrong! Plus their ST190 driver is a beast..

  5. Golfwes81

    Oct 14, 2019 at 6:59 pm

    Srixon z785 with x100 amt shafts

    • allan taylor

      Oct 15, 2019 at 4:19 am

      Z785 with modus 120. Long, dont balloon into the wind, cut through the turf like nothing else I’ve tried and biggest plus is it’s a consistent distance.

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Titleist launches new Tour Soft and Tour Speed balls



Titleist has today introduced its latest Tour Soft and Tour Speed golf balls.

Tour Soft

At 1.600”, the Tour Soft retains one of the largest core sizes in the Titleist golf ball portfolio and the same soft compression as the current generation. As such a large core requires an extremely thin cover, Titleist developed the thin 4CE grafted cover, which is designed to help generate reliable greenside spin for short game playability.

The Tour Soft golf ball features a new aerodynamic design – the 346 quadrilateral dipyramid dimple design – that bids to deliver optimized ball flight for longer distances.

Speaking on the new addition, Jeremy Stone, Vice President, Titleist Golf Ball Marketing. said

“The Tour Soft golfer prioritizes feel and seeks the softest possible, but they are also looking for all around performance. The new Tour Soft has been reengineered for improved performance from tee through green.”

Specs, Price & Availability

  • Color Codes: White and Yellow (#1-4)
  • Price: $35 per dozen
  • Availability: May 20

Tour Speed

The Tour Speed ball features a reformulated 1.550″ core that is designed to deliver high speeds and a proprietary high flex casing layer, uniquely designed for this golf ball to maintain low long game spin.

The reformulated Tour Speed golf ball maintains its proprietary Titleist Performance Urethane (TPU) cover – specifically formulated by Titleist Golf Ball R&D chemists – and 346 quadrilateral dipyramid dimple design, a combination designed to offer a penetrating, consistent flight and optimized greenside spin for short game control.

Speaking on the Tour Speed ball, Frederick Waddell, Director of Product Management, said

“The key to the development process was successfully reformulating the core and high-flex casing layer to perform in conjunction with the proprietary Titleist Performance Urethane (TPU) cover to our stringent quality tolerances, so the golf ball performs consistently on every shot.”

Specs, Price & Availability

  • Color Codes: White and Yellow (#1-4)
  • Price: $40 per dozen
  • Availability: U.S. on May 20th in White (#1-4) and on June 21st in Yellow (#1-4); Global May 20th


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Do I need a 5-iron? – GolfWRXers discuss



In our forums, our members have been discussing the need for a 5-iron. WRXer ‘DarkAirPlane’ is new to the sport and kicks off the thread, saying:

“Beginner here. I would like to purchase a set of 2021 T300 irons. I’m thinking I should order 6-W1 in order to be somewhat close to “traditional” lofts. Do I really need the T300 5 iron (23 degree loft)? 23 degree loft is more like a 4 iron. I don’t think I can generate enough speed to hit 23 degrees longer than the t300 6 iron (26 degrees).”

And our members have been sharing their thoughts in our forum.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • PNW: “Nothing wrong with doing that at all, and it might help simplify things as you’re starting out. And you’re right that 23* is more like a modern-traditional 4 iron, so it won’t be easy to hit as a beginner even in a Game Improvement set. I would say save yourself the money and go without the 5 iron. As you get better and you figure out you need a club in that spot there will be options at that point to order a single club, either 5 iron or maybe hybrid.”
  • Vater: “It’s refreshing to hear you be honest and smart in talking about what clubs suit you. T300s, questioning needing a 5 iron, swing speed… I’m certain you’re going to enjoy the game and get pretty good through this kind of outlook – instead of forcing yourself into blades and 2 irons…I have a jacked 5 iron at 24 deg, and I put a Recoil shaft into it. With the stock shaft, it was pretty hit or miss, and I’d just go to my hybrid. Now that I’ve made it fit me, it’s useful for the gap between my new hybrid and my 6 iron.”
  • bellken: “No, you don’t need a 5 iron. You can always order a 5 iron later if you decide you want one. I ditched the 5 iron a while ago.”

Entire Thread: “Do I need a 5-iron? – GolfWRXers discuss”

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Whats in the Bag

John Daly WITB: 2022 PGA Championship



Equipment is accurate as of the 2022 PGA Championship (5/18/22)

Driver: PXG TD prototype (9 degrees)
Shaft: Project X HZRDUS RDX 60 TX

3-wood: PXG 0341 X (15 degrees)
Shaft: Project X HZRDUS 80 TX

Hybrids: TaylorMade SIM2 Rescue (17 and 22 degrees)
Shafts: Graphite Design Tour AD DI 95 S (17 degrees), KBS Tour Prototype 95 S (22 degrees)

Irons: TaylorMade P770 (4-PW)
Shaft: KBS Tour 120S

Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM9 (50, 54 and 60 degrees)
Shafts: Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Tour105 S (50 and 54 degrees), and KBS Tour 120S (60 degrees)

*Daly was testing two different putters on Tuesday ahead of the 2022 PGA Championship. He’ll decide between the two come Thursday 

Putters: Odyssey White Hot OG Double Wide, Odyssey Tri-Hot 5K One

Golf Ball: Titleist Pro V1x

Grips: SuperStroke S-Tech Cord Club Oversized

Check out more photos here: John Daly WITB 2022 PGA Championship

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