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  1. Got the Grinds yesterday and they are beautiful. The Medallions look incredible as well but are 1/2” short so I need to throw some extensions in them before I play them. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  2. They are almost NOS, super clean. I’m just letting letting go of a few things as I have two new Hogan iron sets incoming as well as another iron set a collector friend found that I’ve been looking for for awhile. Gotta let some stuff go. Don’t have room for it all. [emoji16] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Anyone still on the fence about participating in the classic bag challenge I’ve posted an incredible set of classic Titleist’s in the for sale section. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  4. OK Spies. I have a full set available that would be perfect for someone to pick up for the classic bag challenge. Here is the story on these. Full set of early 1960’s vintage Golfcraft irons and persimmon woods in beautiful condition. Golfcraft made some of the finest forged irons available and just a few years after these clubs were made, were bought by the Acushnet Co. and rebranded as Titleist clubs. The Staff irons are 2-9 irons in all original condition and look like they weren’t played very much. True Temper Pro Fit regular flex shafts. Everything is original; grips, shaft bands,
  5. The Grinds and the Medallions are en route from the same collector. And yes, both with Apex 4 shafts. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  6. Decisions, decisions. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  7. I’ve been meaning to get one of those for my classic bag too. I’ve been putting so well with a face balanced mallet in my modern bag I’d like to put one in the classic bag too. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  8. [mention]sirchunksalot [/mention] I’m just always excited to see someone take interest in the classic clubs and hope to help them learn more about the classic game. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  9. Sounds like you guys are are getting the classic club itch. [emoji12]. I’ll definitely participate, it’s just another normal day of golf for me. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Sure thing. The catalog is from a compilation book of Macgregor catalogs released 20 years ago. Search Jim Kaplan Macgregor on eBay or Amazon and you’ll probably find a copy. 1st edition was printed around 1980, 2nd edition around 2000. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  11. I haven’t been able to play or even go to the range in awhile. We had terrible air quality for two weeks where you couldn’t even go outside due to wildfire smoke, then this week I’ve been working on building my new workshop. Since I wasn’t up to swinging the Hogan Combo set with the X100’s in them I decided to take my 1964 Powerbilt 5990c irons and 1968 Powerbilt 807 woods to the range. They have an easy swinging shaft called “Super Action” shafts that somehow play perfectly for me. I had a nice little range session with these 60’s classics without having to swing too hard after wiel
  12. Nice find. From 1979/80. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  13. Man, it’s great to hear how well you guys are hitting the Hogan’s. I was really enjoying them as well, but it’s now been two weeks since I’ve swung a club. The air here has been so bad from wildfire smoke you can’t stand to be outside for more than a few minutes. With COVID at least I could get the kids out for a walk or a hike, or even get them on the course. Now we are really trapped in our house. I’ll be glad when this year is over. [emoji853] Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  14. The Arias are quality irons. The zero offset is cool but I didn’t care for the size of the heads, just too big for me, and the sole grind was not what I like. I tested the Hogan combo and they are a much better club than the Arias, at least for me. The Hogan’s size and shape, at least in the Icon, is absolutely perfect. The PTx Pro’s are a little clunky but still pretty compact. Yes the Hogan’s have a little offset but offset is just one factor in achieving the overall design and performance of the club and for me the Hogan’s are a more complete design. Sent from my iPad using Tapatal
  15. Got out to the range today as it has cleared up a bit. The Icons are such a delight to hit. The PTx Pro’s are great too but the Icon is on another level. I’d love to have the Icon 6-PW, and the 4-5 be the PTx Pro. I hope to get out for a round Saturday. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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