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Mike, Wisconsin

16 handicap

Taylormade Burner 2.0 iron set.

JPX 900 Forged

 

Thank you for the opportunity to try these out.

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Tom (Warren, NJ)

15

Titleist AP2

JPX Forged

 

I was a high handicap player, used Nicklaus Muirfields for years, stopped playing when I got married for about 20 yrs......  started playing again a few years back.....  no longer good enough for true tour blades so tried the game improvement Pings and Titleist AP2..... I still prefer the Muirfields feel..... I would love to test the JPX Forged and I would provide detailed and honest feedback.....  for many others probably in similar situations as me...

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John C. WA state

12 handicap

Mizuno JPX 800 Pro

 

Mizuno JPX 900- Forged

 

 

Would love to share differences and provide reviews comparing these irons.

 

 

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Terry / Hilton Head South Carolina

7 HCP

Rotate between Titleist AP2 and Adams CB2's.

Would love to try the JPX 900 Forged.

 

Thank you!

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Mike

12 Hdcp.

New York

Currently play Callaway DR Pros

Hot Metals would be my choice

It would be an honor to test out and report out on these iron I hit them at a Demo day and loved them both looks and performance

 

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Sinewave

HDCP 6

Titleist AP2 712s

 

JPX 900 Forged please.

 

Thank you!

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1. Patrick And I live in Arizona.

2. Current Handicap is 9

3. I currently play the Ping G irons

4. I feel the JPX 900 Forged irons would be a good fit. I've improved from a 16 to a 9 handicap in 5 months now that I've got a coach, and I feel this would be the next step in improving my game. I'd like to say I'll be ready for the JPX 900 tours by January!

 

 

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My name is Jerry and I am 71

I would love to test the JPX Hot metal. 

My handicap is 18

My current irons are JPX ez 2015 version

I live in Southern Calif

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Stuart; Delaware

 

8 hdcp

 

Mizuno MP 30, 3-P 

 

JPX 900 forged - probably closest feel to my irons - but probably better!

 

 

Driver: Ping G30 9.0  Project X White stiff

​Fairway: Adams Tight Lies 16* bent to 14.5*

Hybrid: Ping G25 20*

Irons: Mizuno MP 30 3-P, Rifle Flighted

Wedges: Ping Glide 54*, 58*

All grips Lamkin Black Cord (Round)

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Flathead valley Montana

Handicap-6

Current irons-MP 69

Looking at jpx900 tour

Love my current irons but more distance and accuracy is always good.

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