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Todd

Virginia

Mizuno JPX 850 forged, steel shaft, stiff GW-4, TayloraMade SW, Cleveland 60 degree

7 iron distance 155

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- Nick


- New Brunswick 


- Ping Karsten/CFS regular/black dot


- 165 yards


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Brian   Rhode Island

wishon single length  106 gram regular

about 145-150 when hit in the middle

 

Have been looking at the g400 drivers

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Wow!   This is a testing that I am extremely interested in!   If I could get a handful of extra yards while keeping the consistency of my current irons, that would be amazing!

 

- Your first name - Chad

- State/Province/Country - Minnesota, USA

- Your current iron/shaft/flex makeup - Mizuno MP-25 / True Temper Dynamic Gold AMT S300 / Stiff

- Your 7-iron distance - 178

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Your first name: Michael

 

- State/Province/Country Louisiana, USA

 

- Your current iron/shaft/flex makeup: Wilson D-100, Regular Flex Steel

 

- Your 7-iron distance 140-145

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I would love to give these irons a go.  I've never played a set of Pings. 


 


- Your first name: Daniel


 


- State/Province/Country: Delaware, USA


 


- Your current iron/shaft/flex makeup: Taylormade RAC OS2 - Stock Stiff Flex


 


- Your 7-iron distance: 155


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- Your first name - Clete


- State/Province/Country - Nebraska/USA


- Your current iron/shaft/flex makeup - Titleist 704.cb 3-9, Titleist DCI PW, all -0.5" length w/ True Temper Dynamic Gold x100 shafts


- Your 7-iron distance - 167yd


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- Jeff

 

- WA/USA

 

- PING G400, stiff modus n.s. pro tour 105

 

- 180 yards

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Tom

 Texas, USA

Taylor made R bladez HL, shaft UST Recoil es  760/F3  es 

140 yds

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- Jackie


- Minnesota 


- Regular Graphite


- Your 7-iron distance 125-130  Need more of this distance thing...   :)



- Your first name


- State/Province/Country


- Your current iron/shaft/flex makeup


- Your 7-iron distance


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Lynn


 


Maryland, USA


- JPX EZ (irons pw - 8 / JPX 850 irons 7- 5) Orochi regular flex graphite- 70 grams


- 7-iron distance = 152 yards


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- Greg

- Florida

- Mizuno JPX 850 Forged/ KBS Tour C-Taper Lite 110/ Stiff

- 7-Iron distance 155 yds

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hello

 

i want to apply for the test

 

- first name  Miguel

- State/Province/Country   Lisboa / oeiras / Portugal

- Your current iron/shaft/flex makeup   Mizuno JPX900 forged / shaft NSPro MODUS tour 105 Regular / 2ºFlat

- Your 7-iron distance    130 meters

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Shawn

Bay Shore NY USA

Cobra F6 Steel Reg Flex

150-155 yards

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Ken

California, USA

Ping i3 Blades, Ping 350 Series Aldila Graphite X Stiff

7 iron 145-155

These clubs are still great, but I'm twenty years older and my index is 10 points higher.

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(4) TESTERS WANTED!!

 

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PING G700 Irons

 

 

Big irons done right.

 

That's how MyGolfSpy described the PING G700 irons when they launched last January. It's a hollow-bodied distance iron with plenty of forgiveness, but looks like it belongs right next to PING's better player offerings, such as the i200 or the iBlade. 

 

Kind of a neat trick, huh?

 

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TESTERS WANTED:

 

We're excited about all of the review opportunities we bring you, but there's an extra bit of excitement over the G700. While we know in our heads that it doesn't matter how long you hit your irons as long as you know how long you hit your irons, there's something about hitting a 7-iron Tour player long that's hard to pass up. And from some of our early testing, the PING G700's give you just that - distance combined with forgiveness, feel and accuracy. It's kind of the Grand Slam of irons.

 

But do they really deliver? That's where you come in. We need 4 of MyGolfSpy's best and brightest to test these puppies out and let us know if the reality lives up to the hype. 

 

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HOW TO APPLY:

 

This is important, so please follow these instructions carefully:

 

1. If you haven't already, make sure you're a registered MyGolfSpy Forum member

2. In this thread (and ONLY in this thread - please don't go back to the blog and apply - it won't do you any good!), tell us the following:

 

- Steve Lipof

- Mexico City, Mexico

- Ping G400MAX irons. Blue dot, regular graphite shaft. 4-w, u & s

-Ping G400 SFT woods, Blue dot, D, 3 & 5.  Regular flex graphite

_Png g400 Hybrid 17 degree.  regular graphite shaft

Pine TR putter

- 7 iron distance - 160

 

Fortunate to live and play on a golf course here in Mexico.  Golf t 8000 feet is an adventure and target golf is the name of the game as space is tight.  irons are the absolute key to success! Between lessons (range/green and course), playing and practice - able to work 12-15 hours per week on my game.  handicap is down to 17 from about 27 8 months ago. 

 

Old clubs are Ping i3's - red dot (wrong lie).  Would relish the opportunity to test and give detailed and solid feedback on the new g700's! 

 

Fore!

 

Steve

 

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