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tuttl1am

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About tuttl1am

  • Birthday June 17

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  1. Andy in Denver, CO 31 years old. 5 handicap. Currently playing the original Hogan Ft. Worth 15s. 22°, 26, 30, 34, 38, 42, 46 (4-PW). KBS, stiff shafts. Would love to try the new soles to compare the 2. Plus, the matte black is pretty to look at.
  2. Andy, Denver-ish, CO Odyssey Protype #9 Odyssey O-Works White/Black/White #9
  3. Andy in Colorado Current handicap is 6 I have no problem hitting a 3 iron, and I recently parted with a Hogan Apex 2 Iron that was my go-to club for a shot over 250 Currently play AP2 712's, but played Hogan Apex blades for years.
  4. Congrats to the winners! Super jealous. If anyone decides they don't like their irons, feel free to send them out here to Colorado. My address is... But on a more serious note, I can't wait to hear how soft these feel, and how you will never hit another club again. If they're anything close to the old Apex's, you're in for a treat.
  5. Hoganfit: Handicap: Right now, about 10. Back when I played my last set of Hogans, it was about 4 (a few years ago). I have always loved Hogan clubs. The top line is appealing to the eye, and I always felt confident with them. I had a set of Apex irons, 2-W. Loved them. Maybe it was mental, but I felt I played better knowing one of the best golfers in the history of the sport designed these clubs. When I found out Hogan wasn't making clubs anymore, I searched and found me a set of Apex irons. Brand new, still wrapped, they were a few years old, but I got them for cheap. That di
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