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I would love to test this long iron!  9 handicap, and am transitioning to new hogan irons and wedges from my old set. I've been a tester before, and am good at it.

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I'm T. A. from Fort Myers, Florida


USGA Handicap index is 9.8


I'm comfortable hitting my 4-iron. I hit 2 & 3-hybrids


 


I write a golf blog and am the administrator for the Fort Myers Golf Club online and would love to review the clubs for my readers and members. They are gorgeous and might be just what I need to get me over the hump at the World Amateur Handicap Championship in Myrtle Beach this summer.


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First Name and State:

Tyler - Utah

Handicap:

0

Lowest iron I'm comfortable hitting:

2I

I am a Hogan fanatic, these Ft Worth hi irons will make any par 5's knees wobble, tight par 4's quake, and long par 3's lay down. I'd love the opportunity to game these!

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1) Jason from New Jersey

2) 6.2

3) 5 iron (my 4 iron hasn't left the bag in months

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My name is Dan Hawley   My handicap is 11 and I would love to test the new hogan hybrids.

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My name is Dan Hawley I am from Winchester In. I am a 10 handicap and the longest iron I hit is a 5 iron.

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(3) Testers Wanted!!!

 

Ben-Hogan-Ft-Worth-Hi-22.jpg

 

 

Ben Hogan FT. WORTH hi Long Irons

 

 

So let's say you're one of those golfers who can't hit long irons like Jason Day, but who also tends to hook any hybrid made slightly to the left of Bernie Sanders.

 

Kinda limits your options, doesn't it?

A New Kind of Long Iron:

The Ben Hogan Golf Equipment Company thinks it has something that could help the hybrid-hating long iron-phobics out there – the FT WORTH hi.

Hogan says the FT WORTH hi is a hollow-bodied long iron that has the look of a forged player's iron but with enough perimeter weighting to provide just the right amount of forgiveness.

 

Does the FT WORTH hi sound like something that could help your game? We need three of you to test them out and let us know.

 

Ben-Hogan-Ft-Worth-HI-23.jpg

HOW TO APPLY:

MyGolfSpy is looking for 3 golfers to test and review the new Hogan FT WORTH hi irons. Each tester will test (and keep) a set of 3 hi's, ranging from 20 to 31 degrees.

 

Ben-Hogan-Ft-Worth-Hi-24.jpg

 

We take our testing very seriously, so please read these application instructions carefully:

 

In this thread, please tell us the following:

 

1. Your first name and home state/province

2. Your current handicap

3. The longest iron you're comfortable hitting

 

It's that simple!  We'll be announcing the testers in this space June 10th.

 

For more information on the FT WORTH hi long irons, click here and here.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=77YDdCrLBjQ

 

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(3) Testers Wanted!!!

 

Ben-Hogan-Ft-Worth-Hi-22.jpg

 

 

Ben Hogan FT. WORTH hi Long Irons

 

 

So let's say you're one of those golfers who can't hit long irons like Jason Day, but who also tends to hook any hybrid made slightly to the left of Bernie Sanders.

 

Kinda limits your options, doesn't it?

A New Kind of Long Iron:

The Ben Hogan Golf Equipment Company thinks it has something that could help the hybrid-hating long iron-phobics out there – the FT WORTH hi.

Hogan says the FT WORTH hi is a hollow-bodied long iron that has the look of a forged player's iron but with enough perimeter weighting to provide just the right amount of forgiveness.

 

Does the FT WORTH hi sound like something that could help your game? We need three of you to test them out and let us know.

 

Ben-Hogan-Ft-Worth-HI-23.jpg

HOW TO APPLY:

MyGolfSpy is looking for 3 golfers to test and review the new Hogan FT WORTH hi irons. Each tester will test (and keep) a set of 3 hi's, ranging from 20 to 31 degrees.

 

Ben-Hogan-Ft-Worth-Hi-24.jpg

 

We take our testing very seriously, so please read these application instructions carefully:

 

In this thread, please tell us the following:

 

1. Your first name and home state/province

2. Your current handicap

3. The longest iron you're comfortable hitting

 

It's that simple!  We'll be announcing the testers in this space June 10th.

 

For more information on the FT WORTH hi long irons, click here and here.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=77YDdCrLBjQ

 

 

Terry/Missouri

7 handicap

6 iron

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(3) Testers Wanted!!!

 

Ben-Hogan-Ft-Worth-Hi-22.jpg

 

 

Ben Hogan FT. WORTH hi Long Irons

 

 

So let's say you're one of those golfers who can't hit long irons like Jason Day, but who also tends to hook any hybrid made slightly to the left of Bernie Sanders.

 

Kinda limits your options, doesn't it?

A New Kind of Long Iron:

The Ben Hogan Golf Equipment Company thinks it has something that could help the hybrid-hating long iron-phobics out there – the FT WORTH hi.

Hogan says the FT WORTH hi is a hollow-bodied long iron that has the look of a forged player's iron but with enough perimeter weighting to provide just the right amount of forgiveness.

 

Does the FT WORTH hi sound like something that could help your game? We need three of you to test them out and let us know.

 

Ben-Hogan-Ft-Worth-HI-23.jpg

HOW TO APPLY:

MyGolfSpy is looking for 3 golfers to test and review the new Hogan FT WORTH hi irons. Each tester will test (and keep) a set of 3 hi's, ranging from 20 to 31 degrees.

 

Ben-Hogan-Ft-Worth-Hi-24.jpg

 

We take our testing very seriously, so please read these application instructions carefully:

 

In this thread, please tell us the following:

 

1. Your first name and home state/province

2. Your current handicap

3. The longest iron you're comfortable hitting

 

It's that simple!  We'll be announcing the testers in this space June 10th.

 

For more information on the FT WORTH hi long irons, click here and here.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=77YDdCrLBjQ

 

 

Craig Moodley   Sydney Australia

Handicap : 10     

5 iron

Have a major problem hooking my hybrids

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Craig Moodley   Sydney Australia


Handicap : 10     


5 iron


Have a major problem hooking my hybrids


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John - Ohio

Hdcp = 16

Longest iron - 4 iron

Thanks!

 

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