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These are bad ass. Can there be anything done to the AR/EZ or they are all set and not much grinding can be done?

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I might have to change brands. Those look sweeeet. I love the lofts on each club, but it might take some getting used to,

' Hand me my 7 iron, Caddie."

UUHH, is that the 35 or the the 30, Doc?

 

How 'bout an iron number also, it might make things a little easier.

 

 

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We will be able to do pretty much anything with these.

Here is a pic of one of the raw flatback blank heads that was used for this set.

 

Flatback.jpg

 

Ari, who's forging the head? Or what foundry are you getting these from and what's the breakdown material wise? Thanks, Tim

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These would look REALLY good in your bag TWS! Almost as good as your Callys would look in mine. . . :)

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I stand corrected, these are not the Macgregor PMB heads.

 

But I would like to beleive Mr. Don White designed those heads and even the ones that came after.

 

The photos show that he is definitely a master craftsman and it is incredible to see him create this irons by hand from virtually nothing. Impressive stuff!

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Ari, who's forging the head? Or what foundry are you getting these from and what's the breakdown material wise? Thanks, Tim

 

Tim,

 

These specific heads are 1018 carbon steel forgings coming from the same Japanese foundry as our 1018 wedges and other irons. We are also working with a foundry in the USA on forging us pretty much the same raw flatback blank heads out of 1018 carbon steel but doing it here in the USA instead of Japan.

Ari Techner

President/CEO

Scratch Golf Clubs

ari_techner@scratchgolf.com

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I stand corrected, these are not the Macgregor PMB heads.

 

But I would like to beleive Mr. Don White designed those heads and even the ones that came after.

 

The photos show that he is definitely a master craftsman and it is incredible to see him create this irons by hand from virtually nothing. Impressive stuff!

 

Don did design the MacGregor PMB and virtually every other forged MacGregor iron that was made during his time there.

Ari Techner

President/CEO

Scratch Golf Clubs

ari_techner@scratchgolf.com

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