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-  4-PW

-  SHAFT: Aerotech Steelfiber i110 cw (stiff)

-  GRIP: Golf Pride Multi-Decade Black/Black

-  SPECS: all set to Miura standard (see graphic)


These irons are in nice condition. LOTS of life left in them, the grooves are great. There is expected bag chatter, however they're well taken care of. I cleaned them before/after each shot and again after every round. Admittedly, part of the asking $ is due to the upgraded shaft.


I try very hard to describe all items as accurately as possible. I've been buying and selling on eBay for a long time (ID=pgcsf). I keep my items in best condition possible and I have great feedback. Anything, please ask.


Free shipping, will ship within 48hrs of received payment.


Please DM or email me (Oudefart) and I'll happily include more pics. I will do my best to honor correspondence in order received.


Finally, I request all transactions via PayPal. Thanks.


Full Set










4 thru 6 irons (in reverse order)


4-6 fixed.jpg



7 thru PW (in reverse order)


7-PW fixed.JPG





110 side.jpg






grip blk.jpg





specs 180.jpg


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Yours for $600 (free shipping)


DM or email me oudefart@gmail.com


Thanks for looking

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