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They are called either Profeel or Address clubs and were made in the late 80's.  I'm guessing the Pepsi badge in the cavity was just for some promotion.


Here's the article I found.  http://newsok.com/article/2237231


And another one here.  http://www.tulsaworld.com/archives/address-clubs-make-impact-worldwide/article_dfc93fb6-f838-5bc9-989e-165c43fe8223.html


Unfortunately I doubt you're holding the holy grail.  Nothing I could find on ebay and most likely just another failed club company that went by the wayside.  But hey, I could be wrong

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Those are Eye 2 clones. A lot of companies did advertising stuff like that in the 70s and 80s. There were quite a few companies that offered this type of custom castings as long as you ordered enough units. LOL I have a Burton PGA/ Pepsi red white and blue golf bag I bought at a yard sale a while back. I think it was one where Pepsi was in promotion with The Carolinas Section of the PGA back in the early 80s. 


I have also seen the Coca-Cola version of your irons. They are not worth hardly any money unless you find someone that is a die hard collector of Pepsi stuff. You know they would be a conversation piece for your Man cave or shop if you cleaned and paint filled them with red white and blue

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