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Speaking of Sterlings--- I ended up with a set yesterday but LOL it ain't what you guys think. I ended up with a set of old school Slazenger Crown Sterling blades made in the UK in more than likely the 70s or 80s. Haha thought I would throw that tidbit in for kicks and giggles :rolleyes:

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I am definitely interested in the one length iron sets I mean who wouldn't be with the success Bryson is having but he has been playing with them since age 11

 

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He is also a PROFESSIONAL. Nothing about you two is the same. If you can eat, workout, somehow regress in age to your mid 20's, and get a practice work ethic then you may have a .001% chance of having the same success he is having. Wake up people. You're the general public. Use what is made for you.

 

 

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He is also a PROFESSIONAL. Nothing about you two is the same. If you can eat, workout, somehow regress in age to your mid 20's, and get a practice work ethic then you may have a .001% chance of having the same success he is having. Wake up people. You're the general public. Use what is made for you.

 

 

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See the answer from Allan in the link below. It makes a good point about how it could improve an amateurs consistency though not to Bryson's level.

 

https://www.golf.com/the-knockdown/2018/09/07/who-will-replace-dj-as-number-one/?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=si.golf&xid=socialflow_facebook_golf+

 

 

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On 9/5/2018 at 9:55 AM, BIG STU said:

Speaking of Sterlings--- I ended up with a set yesterday but LOL it ain't what you guys think. I ended up with a set of old school Slazenger Crown Sterling blades made in the UK in more than likely the 70s or 80s. Haha thought I would throw that tidbit in for kicks and giggles :rolleyes:

Lucky you Big Stu!!  Wanna sell the 2-iron?  That'd make my day. 

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1 hour ago, MJAC said:

Lucky you Big Stu!!  Wanna sell the 2-iron?  That'd make my day. 

I do not think that set has a 2 iron. I will have to dig them back out from the back of the shop--- I do know they have a stiff Apollo shaft in them which is a little rough on my back at this time

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On 9/6/2018 at 1:36 AM, Goinlow6565 said:

He is also a PROFESSIONAL. Nothing about you two is the same. If you can eat, workout, somehow regress in age to your mid 20's, and get a practice work ethic then you may have a .001% chance of having the same success he is having. Wake up people. You're the general public. Use what is made for you.

 

 

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You also need a very upright swing and arm extension back and through the ball. I have studied his swing along with the engineering on the clubs. For me impossible to get that upright at this stage of life. Now if someone has a natural upright swing they may work for them. The other part I agree with you there on the work ethic and natural talent. But yeah they may work for SOME average Joe golfers

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