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Prescription: 22,26,30,34,38,42,46, 50 in the ft worth irons wedges would be : 54, 58, 62. Shafts would be kbs tour v s+.

 

Handicap: scratch on home course

2 on most other courses

 

Hogan means everything to me with golf. When I learned the game at age 13, my instructor and I studied hogan's swing and every single thing about it. I still carry a copy of the five fundamentals of golf that hogan wrote in my golf bag. I guess you could say the name hogan has shaped my golf game into what it is today. Golf is a better game because of Ben hogan.

 

Good luck to the winners! Prettiest irons on the market in my opinion

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I'll reiterate what I said when I was notified... Holy s***! That was literally my first thought. I actually got an email alert while standing in line paying for the Callaway PM Grind wedges I posted

I have a novel idea. Let's focus on congratulating the testers.   This is going to be a pretty cool experience for them and I'm really looking forward to hearing what these guys have to say.  

Bribery, while generally frowned upon in polite society, is perfectly acceptable here    Seriously, there are a TON of outstanding applications.  Hope you guys are enjoying the process. Love readin

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I would love to demo the new Hogan irons.  I am a 6 handicap.  I currently play the Mizuno  JPX 850 forged irons.  I got my Hogan fitting....but I have no idea how to post the results on this message because clearly, from a technological standpoint, I am still living in the 1970s.  I tried....but nothing but gibberish would transfer.  So, if you are looking for computer genius volunteers....I am not your man.  If you are looking for someone to demo the Hogan irons and give honest feedback....I think I can handle that.

 

 

:ping-small: G 400 driver with Aldila DVS 55-SR shaft (FAIRWAY FINDING MONSTER)

:taylormade-small: Aero Burner 16 degree mini driver regular flex

:callaway-logo-1: Rogue Heavenwood regular flex 

:Hogan: Icon/PTX Pro Combo Set.  VKTR hybrid.

:Hogan: Equalizer Wedges 50, 54, 58 degrees

:callaway-small:Odyssey Two Ball Triple Track Putter, 32 inches  

LAB Golf Directed Force 2.1 putter, 32 inches, 70 degree lie angle

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Hello everyone,

 

The Hogan name, to me, means a style and class that is reminiscient of how the game used to be played. In a recent interview, Miguel Angel Jimenez talked about how much he enjoys the game and how he strategically places the ball around the course. It is this type of craftsmen like approach to the game that is what I think of when I hear the name Ben Hogan or the Hogan brand. I'm a 8-10 Handicap and I couldn't paste my fitting so the file is attached.

 

Thanks

 

 

 

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  HoganFit Experience

 

  The HoganFit system's focus on club loft struck me as something that should be more prevalent in the fitting world (especially in the online questionnaire fitting world). I currently play my wedges at 52, 58, and 62 degrees. I knew that the distance between my full 52 and 58--what amounts to about a 30 yard difference--was greater than it should be. What I knew but never contemplated is the larger gap between my pitching wedge and 52. If nothing else, the HoganFit process made me really think about my set makeup, something other online fitting systems have failed to do.

 

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10.2 (finished last season around 9).

 

What Hogan Means to Me

 

Hogan is the golfing experience. The experience of taking practice swings in your living room, of lying awake at night trying to mentally perfect your swing. In that regard, I find Hogan very easy to relate to. That said, I've never viewed Hogan as a swing-idol. I find a few things about Hogan's swing difficult to relate to. For one, I don't have a one-plane swing. Two, my typical miss, unlike Hogan, isn't a hook. Of course, I read Hogan's Five Lessons and found much of it useful, anyway. I didn't know about Hogan's set-makeup philosophy, though, and that's definitely something to consider

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The Hogan name to me means precision and championship pedigree.  Hogan's name will live on forever in golf lore and I'm glad to see his name on clubs again.  I used to play the Hogan apex's and would be thrilled to put these clubs up against other manufacturers.  If they have Hogan's name on it; they are for sure going to be smooth will perform amazingly.

 

 

 

 

 

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Handicap: 7.4

What the Hogan name means to me: Hogan means striving for purity and perfection in the golf swing. When I think of Ben Hogan I think of the perfect swing. The perfect swing can only be obtained by having the perfect equipment for your swing. The secret may be in the dirt but with out the best equipment the secret will always be out of reach.

 

I have been in the market for better players clubs as my game has approved and was excited to hear bout the starting of the new Ben Hogan company with all their rich history in making some of the best and most beautiful irons in the game and have been wanting to try out the new irons and wedges. I am located outside of Austin Texas so I am available to travel to get custom fit if selected.

 

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Ben Hogan, "The Hawk", "The Wee Ice Man", has been an inspiration for golfers in my family since I've been alive.  My grandfather was a teaching pro at Spring Hill Country Club in Louisiana, and at a height of just over 5ft 7", naturally he modeled his swing and teaching philosophy after that of Ben Hogan.  There were pictures of him in my grandfather's rec-room that I can remember growing up, and thinking at first it was my grandfather since he wore the same hat.  When the Hogan brand came out, naturally they were some of the first clubs to end up in the hands of his 6 boys, my father included.  From the first moment I can remember looking into my dad's golf bag, the first thing I could make out was "Ben Hogan" across the back of his late 80's Apex blades (I'm thinking I was around 4 or 5 at the time, so it was probably 1990).  They looked SO much prettier to me and more refined than the clunky game improvement clubs in the bags of the other golfers I saw.  I remember other golfers admiring the clubs and the precision with which they performed.  Once I took up golf at age 9, I was given my mom's set of Hogan Princess blades since she wasn't using them and the shafts were weak enough for a young buck to swing.  One of my pals at the time made a few jokes about me using a woman's club, even though they were Hogans, since he had a brand new cast junior golf set.  After just one round, he noticed that my distances were more precise than his (we were fairly close in skill level), and he petitioned his family for a set of blades the following Christmas.  Once I grew tall enough, and after much begging, my dad gave me his set of Hogan Apex blades.  By then, I had learned about Ben Hogan, and that he was a shorter golfer, but still won majors and still hit it a long way.  Not only was this a set that bore his name, it was my dad's set.  I could not have been more proud of a set of clubs in my life.  I also played the matching Hogan persimmon woods as well.  Again, the golfing pals of mine poked a few jokes at the older blades, comparing their perimeter weighted Ping Eye2 irons.  I had to chuckle myself at the old butter knife 2 iron that was with the set as the face didn't seem to be much bigger than the ball, but that 2 iron became an immense weapon for me playing the tight fairways of my junior high and high school golf course.  Learning to manipulate that club to hit scorching low hooks and fades around corners and out of the woods, or simply for more control off the tee put me at a serious advantage over my peers.  Sure, I was penalized more for mishits, but that made me a better ball striker.  The control was well worth the penalty for a bad golf swing.  Being able to flight the ball up or down, left or right, with that whole set was a huge advantage.  Eventually one of my pals bought one of the Apex Edge sets that were being made in the early 90's after hitting my set.  As precise as those weapons were, what is still unmatched to me, to this day, with any iron I've ever hit since, is the feel.  Since the grooves became worn out on the (I even hesitate to call them "mine" as they're still as much a part of my dad's golf history as well, and these weapons have since been retired) Hogans, I had to switch to a newer iron.  At 16 I was given a new set of Nike Pro Combo irons, and while they weren't Hogans, they were free and I was not about to shun such a generous gift from my parents.  I played those irons until around 2007, and was all set to look for a shiny new set of Hogans to put in the bag.  Much to my despair, the brand had been shut down by then, and there were no used sets of Hogans to be found in my area.  I settled on Cleveland TA blades since they were the closest feeling to the beloved Hogans.  Those irons felt good, but with direct comparison to the Hogan 7 iron, the feel just wasn't the same.  Much more muted, not as crisp, not as solid, not as responsive, not as "pure" on center strikes.  I must say, the Clevelands were effective, but life has since gotten in the way, my craft has dwindled a bit, and I'm currently playing Callaway X Forged irons to help compensate.  When I first saw the news that the Hogan brand had been resurrected, and the irons were going to be released in 2015, I dropped what i was doing and called my dad instantly.  The thought of getting to play a set of Hogans again just made us both giddy.  We both reverted to stories about that magical set we both played and the shots we could hit with it.  "Those old Hogans" are the stuff of legend in my family and friends golf circle.  When I first explained to him the concept behind the lack of a numbered iron system, he was a bit concerned, but with the thought of more distance precision from club to club, he became more intrigued.  The best thing about those irons was the control.  With the new fit system to eliminate yardage gaps, I'm excited to see the benefits of precision yardage-gapping.  A modern set of Hogans with more control and precision? Yes, please.  The thought of that is immensely exciting.  So the name "Hogan"?  What does it mean to me?  It has always represented everything good in golf to me.  It was the man my grandfather modeled his game after, a swing from a 5ft 8" golfer I could actually aspire to (if I stretch, I can get 5ft 8.5" on a good day), the first recognizable brand of golf equipment to me, my dad's clubs growing up, wanting to be like him, to play his clubs, then to get the opportunity to do just that, to play those very same clubs, and later on, to come to appreciate even more the quality of those clubs, that no iron I've hit since has ever felt that good, nor will any other iron ever mean more to me.  That's what the name "Hogan" means to me.

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My Hogan Fit Results 

 

KBS Tour Stiff Shafts 

 

Standard Length, Standard Lie

 

Grip: Ben Hogan Performance 

 

Grip Size: Standard 

 

Irons: 20 (Lie 59, Length 39) 

          24 (Lie 59.5, Length 38.25) 

          28 (Lie 60, Length 37.5)

          32 (Lie 61, Length 36.75) 

          36 (Lie 62, Length 36.25) 

          40 (Lie 63, Length 35.75) 

          44 (Lie 63.5 Length 35.5) 

Wedges 

          48 (Lie 64, Length 35.5) 

          52 (Lie 64 Length 35.25)

          56 (Lie 63 Length 35.25)

          60 (Lie 63 Length 35)

 

What Hogan means to me: I often think if the great Ben Hogan has to find his swing in the dirt, then I better dig mine out of their too. There is no replacement for practice, repetition and hard work.  

Cobra f6 driver 

Mizuno gt 180 3 wood 

Cobra Amp 3 hybrid 

Cobra Bio Cell 4 hybrid 

Taylor Made Aero Burner 5-A 

Sub 70- 54 and 58 degree wedges 

Ping Sigma G Darby putter

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I know I haven't been actively posting in a while, but I still read here often.  As a long time SCOR player and fan, I've been really curious about thier new Hogan line.  I'd be thrilled to demo and review thier clubs for you all should you choose me.  

 

I'm an 8 handicap, and still playing multiple times per week.  

 

To me, the Hogan name symbolizes tradition, excellence and competitiveness.  I'm very happy to see the name come to a company that to me already embodies those traits.  

 

Thank you for considering my submission.

 

Here's my RX:

 

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Ping I20 8.5* - Aldila NV 65g S
Adams XTD Super Hybrid 15* - Stock Fubuki S
Adams DHY 21* - Stock Matrix Ozik White Tie S
Mizuno MP58 4-8 Irons - Fujikura MCI 100 S
SCOR 42,46,50,54,58* - SCOR/KBS Genius S
STX Robert Ingman Envision TR 35", Iomic grip

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  • My HoganFit experience was good. I was happy with the level of detail in the questions asked. I was surprised that the KBS Tour 90 shaft in regular flex was recommended as I play a heavier and stiff shaft currently on my Wilson Pi7's. I am curious as to the shaft length recommendations as there are more 1/4" gaps and 3/4" gaps between irons than I am used to seeing in my standard set. However, it seems like a good idea given that my distance gaps are bigger with the shorter irons and smaller with the long irons. Very intriguing indeed!
  • My handicap has been varying between 14-16 the last year.
  • The name Hogan to me means quality, precision, and great feel. My first set of golf clubs that I used when I started playing golf seriously were Hogan Apex PC's from the mid 80's. I still love those clubs but they are started to show their age. I have tried many different brands over the years, but to me those were the clubs I knew were going to go right where I wanted when I hit a good shot. I love the feel of those old shafts Apex 4 shafts and I still have not found a shaft that I like as much despite going to many demo days over the years at the Carlsbad Golf Center. I have recently hit the Apex Forged from Callaway and found that I really like the KBS Tour-V shafts. They may be the first shaft that can replace my old favorites. I noticed that they are a stock offering in the new Hogans.
 

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Hogan means "PERFECTION"!

 

Congratulations, Gregory. Here are 'Your Hogans'
Your new Ben Hogan Fort Worth 15 irons and TK-15 wedges are shown here, along with your specifications for shaft, length, lie and custom specifications, if any. Building your irons and wedges with the same shaft and specifications will improve your feel and performance. 

Feel free to add or delete clubs from this order form, or explore other changes. When you have 'your Hogans' the way you want them, you can proceed to checkout or save your order for future reference and purchase. 

Thank you for trusting your iron and wedge play to the 'new' Ben Hogan. 

Please review the options and club selections before placing your order.
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Shaft: 
             Ben Hogan Standard Shafts (starting at $149) KBS Tour V Stiff             KBS Tour V X-Stiff KBS Tour 90 Regular             KBS Tour 90 Stiff             UST Mamiya Recoil 660 F2 A-Flex (+$15 per club) UST Mamiya Recoil 660 F3 Regular (+$15 per club) UST Mamiya Recoil 680 F4 Stiff (+$15 per club)             Optional Custom Shafts KBS Tour C-Taper Stiff (+$15 per club)             KBS Tour C-Taper Stiff Plus (+$15 per club) KBS Tour C-Taper Lite Stiff (+$15 per club) Nippon 850 GH Regular (+$10 per club) Nippon 950 GH Regular (+$10 per club) Nippon 950 GH Stiff (+$10 per club) Nippon Modus Tour 130 X-Stiff (+$20 per club) True Temper Dynamic Gold S300 Stiff (+$10 per club) True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 X-Stiff (+$10 per club) True Temper XP 95 S300 Stiff (+$10 per club) True Temper XP 105 S300 Stiff (+$10 per club) UST Mamiya Recoil 95 F3 Regular (+$25 per club) UST Mamiya Recoil 95 F4 Stiff (+$25 per club) UST Mamiya Recoil 110 F4 Stiff (+$25 per club) UST Mamiya Recoil 110 F5 X-Stiff (+$25 per club) MRC Kuro Kage LB 65 A-Flex (+$25 per club) MRC Kuro Kage LB 65 Regular (+$25 per club) MRC Kuro Kage LB 85 Regular (+$25 per club)    
Length: 
 -1 -.75 -.5 -.25 Standard +.25 +.5 +.75 +1 +1.25 +1.5    
Lie: 
 3 Up 2 Up 1 Up Standard 1 Flat 2 Flat 3 Flat    
Grip: 
 Ben Hogan Performance Plus Ben Hogan Performance Plus Midsize Golf Pride New Decade MCC Red/Black 58 Round (+$11 per club) Golf Pride New Decade MCC Red/Black 60 Round (+$11 per club) Golf Pride New Decade MCC Red/Black Midsize (+$11 per club) Golf Pride New Decade MCC Black/White 60 Round (+$11 per club) Golf Pride New Decade MCC Black/White Midsize (+$11 per club) Golf Pride Tour Velvet Black 58 Round (+$10 per club) Golf Pride Tour Velvet Black 60 Round (+$5 per club) Golf Pride Tour Velvet Black Midsize (+$5 per club) Golf Pride Tour Velvet Black 60 Ribbed (+$5 per club) Golf Pride Tour Velvet BCT Cord Black 60 Round (+$9 per club) Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G Black 58 Round (+$5 per club) Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G Black 60 Round (+$5 per club) Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G Black Midsize (+$5 per club) Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G Red 60 Round (+$5 per club) Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G White 60 Round (+$5 per club) Golf Pride Z-Grip Cord White/Black 60 Round (+$10 per club) Lamkin Crossline Black/White 58 Round (+$5 per club) Lamkin Crossline Full Cord Black/White 58 Round (+$5 per club) Lamkin Crossline Full Cord Black/White Midsize (+$5 per club) Lamkin R.E.L ACE 3GEN Black 58 Round (+$7 per club) Lamkin R.E.L ACE 3GEN Black Midsize (+$7 per club) Lamkin R.E.L ACE 3GEN Red 58 Round (+$7 per club)    
Grip Size: 
 Standard +1 +2             +3    
FW•15 IRONS
Include 
in Order
 
Loft
Lie
Length
Price
 
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 20 21 22 23    
59
39
$149
 
bh_club.jpg
 24 25 26 27    
59.5
38.25
$149
 
bh_club.jpg
 28 29 30 31    
60
37.5
$149
 
bh_club.jpg
 32 33 34 35    
61
36.75
$149
 
bh_club.jpg
 36 37 38 39    
62
36.25
$149
 
bh_club.jpg
 40 41 42 43    
63
35.75
$149
 
bh_club.jpg
 44 45 46 47    
63.5
35.5
$149
 
 
FW•15 Irons Subtotal:
$1043
 
TK•15 WEDGES
Include 
in Order
 
Loft
Lie
Length
Price
 
bh_club.jpg
 48 49 50 51    
64
35.5
$149
 
bh_club.jpg
 52 53 54 55    
64
35.25
$149
 
bh_club.jpg
 56 57 58 59    
63
35.25
$149
 
bh_club.jpg
 60 61 62 63    
63
35
$149
 
 
TK•15 Wedges Subtotal:
$447
 
 
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9.5 Handicap ready to test.  Been playing the Scor wedges for months. Best wedges I have ever had, and I have had them all.

The name Hogan brings to mind terms like: grit, determination, excellence, smooth, poise, pride, quality and beauty.  I still have two sets of 1971 Bounce Soles and love the clean lines and look, some of the which were captured in these new irons. 

 

I think the fitting process is actually a step above anything else I have seen previously.  However, I don't think there can be a substitute for actually fitting and doing dynamic lie adjustments. It was interesting that although I specified my current settings at +1 inch in length and 2 degrees flat, they came up with standard length and lie for me and I don't know why.

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68 Y/O Lefty

 

I would love to test the clubs of one of the most revered names in golf history, and my namesake (Ben)

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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ABOUT YOU
YOUR BAG
YOUR GAME
YOUR FIT
Congratulations, Ben. Here are 'Your Hogans'
Your new Ben Hogan Fort Worth 15 irons and TK-15 wedges are shown here, along with your specifications for shaft, length, lie and custom specifications, if any. Building your irons and wedges with the same shaft and specifications will improve your feel and performance.

Feel free to add or delete clubs from this order form, or explore other changes. When you have 'your Hogans' the way you want them, you can proceed to checkout or save your order for future reference and purchase.

Thank you for trusting your iron and wedge play to the 'new' Ben Hogan.

Please review the options and club selections before placing your order.
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Shaft:
 
Length:
Lie:
 
Grip:
Grip Size:
 
FW•15 IRONS
Include
in Order
Loft
Lie
Length
Price
bh_club.jpg
 
 
59
39
$164
bh_club.jpg
 
 
59.5
38.25
$164
bh_club.jpg
 
 
60
37.5
$164
bh_club.jpg
 
 
61
36.75
$164
bh_club.jpg
 
 
62
36.25
$164
bh_club.jpg
 
 
63
35.75
$164
bh_club.jpg
 
 
63.5
35.5
$164
FW•15 Irons Subtotal:
$1148
TK•15 WEDGES
Include
in Order
Loft
Lie
Length
Price
bh_club.jpg
 
 
64
35.5
$164
bh_club.jpg
 
 
64
35.25
$164
bh_club.jpg
 
 
63
35.25
$164
bh_club.jpg
 
 
63
35
$164
TK•15 Wedges Subtotal:
$656
Additional Notes:
Order Summary
Items:
$1,804.00
Shipping & handling:
 
 
Order Contact Phone #:
Shipping address state:
 
 
Estimated tax to be collected:
$130.79
Order total:
$1,934.79
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
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KBS Tour V Stiff
Standard L/L/Grip
21,25,29,33,37,41,45,49,53,57,60
9 handicap
 

When I first started playing golf at the age of 14, I started out with an old set of Hogan Apex blades.  I still remember them fondly, and these irons bring back a lot of memories!  I would love to see what the new ones feel like.

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Shaft: KBS Tour V X-Stiff
Length: Standard
Lie: Standard
Grip: Ben Hogan Performance Plus
Grip Size: Standard

FW•15 IRONS

Loft Lie Length
23  59    39
27  59.5 38.25
31  60    37.5
35  61    36.75
39  62    36.25
43  63    35.75
47  63.5 35.5

TK•15 WEDGES

Loft Lie Length
51   64   35.5
55   64   35.25
59   63   35.25

Handicap: 2.8

"What Hogan means to me": Simply put, a never ending pursuit
for perfection. While trying to become a master, to never
forget to continue to be a student as well.

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Ive been golfing for a year. I average around 4 rounds per week and a couple days of practice and I am currently a 14 handicap. Since I started playing, one of my playing partners has always told me how much he missed his old Hogan Apex irons with Apex shafts. He always talks about how great they were. The Hogan brand to me represents American manufacturing excellence and a throwback to old iron forms. 

 

I have a fever I guess you could say and the only prescription is more hogan. 

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I would love this opportunity to test!

 

Here is my fitting and comments:

 

Wedges

59 55 51

 

Irons

47 43 39 35 31 27 23

 

Length standard

Lie standard

Shaft KBS Tour stiff

Grip standard

 

My Handicap is 6

 

The online fitting process was thorough, but for someone like me very concerned about my specs, the fitting really wasn't clear or informative on how it came up with my fit. For example, I inputted my current custom fit specs for my Mizuno JPX800 pros, which have all been adjusted two degrees weak in loft, and 1 degree flat for lie. When the recommendation page appears, the stock lofts for my current irons are shown, not the adjusted loft for my custom fit. It showed my PW as 45 degrees, when really it's 47 degrees since I was fit 2 degrees weak. This makes it appear like I have a 6 degree gap from PW (45) to my 51 degree SCOR wedge, which is false... its only a 4 degree gap.

 

This doesn't make sense to me, and seems a little misleading. It makes my current setup seem horrible when its not had it listed my fitted lofts. It also makes me wonder if my custom specs were considered at all in the fitting, and decreases my confidence in the loft or lie recommendations. I am 1 degree flat right now, but the recommendation for lie was standard. I am not convinced thats correct since my 2 degree weak loft adjustment were not listed in the analysis it showed me for my current setup. I had the same issue with the SCOR online fitting and needed to have my lie adjusted to 1 degree flat after purchasing the SCORs at standard lie based on their recommendations.

 

I would really LOVE to give these a full workout and review though... I golf 5-6 times a week and have a little obsession with trying out new equipment.

 

What does Hogan mean to me? When I hear "Hogan" I think simplicity and common sense. I admire Hogan's simple, functional, and common sense approach to the game.

 

Thanks for your consideration!!

 

Tony

What's in the Bag?

- PING G400 SFTec driver, Mitsubishi Chemical C6 Blue Stiff, @ 9*

- PING G series 3w, Alta CB Stiff shaft @ 16*

- PING G400 19* & 22* Hybrid, Alta CB Stiff

- PING i200 Irons, Modus 105 stiff, soft stepped, purple dot 5-AW

- PING Glide 56, 60 wedges, Modus 105 wedge shafts

- Ping Sigma 2 Kushin C @ 32.75 inches

 

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Would love to get in on some testing for these clubs.  My handicap is at 19 and have been looking to improve my game over the years.  The Ben Hogan "name" to me signifies everything that is right with golf.  You hear announcers constantly referring to his pure swing, his character, and the way he played the game.  You hear professionals constantly citing him as an influence in their game.  Why not put his name on a set of clubs?  It's a no brainer!

 

 

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