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So work is rather slow today so I was looking at tourspecgolf and I always love the look of the Geotech Irons. They seem so much cheaper than most of the iron sets on the website though. Has anyone ever played these irons?

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So work is rather slow today so I was looking at tourspecgolf and I always love the look of the Geotech Irons. They seem so much cheaper than most of the iron sets on the website though. Has anyone ever played these irons?

 

i personally never have but know a few who have. They said they felt great and played well too.

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They come out of the same forging house as a few other more popular names. They use open molds so you'll see resemblances to other OEM's. Too notch forgings and good clubs. Cheaper through other avenues than TSG though.

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They come out of the same forging house as a few other more popular names. They use open molds so you'll see resemblances to other OEM's. Too notch forgings and good clubs. Cheaper through other avenues than TSG though.

 

Thanks for the info. If I could find a set decently priced I may consider buying a set. Just a simple looking blade which is what I look for in a blade

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Ordering direct from GeoTech, they're around $62 a head, so for 3-PW that's right at $500. http://www.geotechgolf.com/

 

A set of their blades, an older model, will run you $155.67 for 3-PW: http://en.item.rakuten.com/golfoo-arena/10001659/

They're not void of any stampings though, as they have the material stamped on them (303 SS, MB is muscleback), a model and iron # on the sole.

 

I had some of their blades a while back and they're awesome. I want the 670HC's.

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Ordering direct from GeoTech, they're around $62 a head, so for 3-PW that's right at $500. http://www.geotechgolf.com/

 

A set of their blades, an older model, will run you $155.67 for 3-PW: http://en.item.rakuten.com/golfoo-arena/10001659/

They're not void of any stampings though, as they have the material stamped on them (303 SS, MB is muscleback), a model and iron # on the sole.

 

I had some of their blades a while back and they're awesome. I want the 670HC's.

 

Those in the link aren't Geotech, they may have been made by them but those are SMT irons.

 

I'm partial to these stamp free apart from the club number irons.

JF10-Forged-mini.jpg bladeclassicsmall.jpg

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Those in the link aren't Geotech, they may have been made by them but those are SMT irons.

 

I'm partial to these stamp free apart from the club number irons.

JF10-Forged-mini.jpg bladeclassicsmall.jpg

 

I couldn't agree more Dave. When I think of Geotech I think of those 2 same irons. I really like the JF10 head

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Those in the link aren't Geotech, they may have been made by them but those are SMT irons.

 

I'm partial to these stamp free apart from the club number irons.

JF10-Forged-mini.jpg bladeclassicsmall.jpg

SMT's are forged in the same forging house and are open molds just like the ones branded GeoTech, that's why I posted them. They're the same heads and are an older version, just stamped SMT.

 

I'd order direct from GeoTech. Why? They're cheaper and TSG rapes you on shipping.

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I have a set of the black GI irons with the undercut cavity. headweights were pretty good. Feel seems like 8620 on the one I have. I'll post pics when I get back from my vacation.

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The only downfall to the GeoTech website is I don't speak Japanese :(

I don't either, but online translators are a wonderful thing.

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Well I'll have my brother look at the website since he is Korean. I just think they are such nice looking irons.

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So work is rather slow today so I was looking at tourspecgolf and I always love the look of the Geotech Irons. They seem so much cheaper than most of the iron sets on the website though. Has anyone ever played these irons?

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First off, its not Japanese. It is Korean. Secondly, there is a button right there on the page... Granted, this doesn't do much. So here is their North American distributor w/ info.

 

http://www.tourspecgolf.com/advanced_search_result.php?keywords=geotech

 

You really don't want to order from them. I have before and it's a hassle, not to mention your item might take 2 months (like mine did) to get there.

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Since I work as a clubmaker in Germany, I have access to Geotech components through geotechgolf.de, wich makes it easier to access and work with these clubs. They do some nice forgings and some pretty cheap cast stuff. While the forgings are good, I prefer Wishon, Vega and Kimura (housebrand of Clubmate Golf). On March, 1st I will start my job as the Sales Director at Clubmate Golf in Germany, wich makes it even more interesting to develop a brand like Kimura for the European market. Right now, the line is relatively small. We do have a forged cavity back with a small undercut, a cast design in the SGI section and a wedge design in two finishes. March 2011, we will launch another iron design, wich is more of a player cavity back and it was really interesting to be involved in the development and product testing. Woods will probably follow later this year or for the 2012 season. Sorry, if that sounded like an ad - I'm just proud of the things we alread achieved in such a small market.

 

Regards,

Michael

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Since I work as a clubmaker in Germany, I have access to Geotech components through geotechgolf.de, wich makes it easier to access and work with these clubs. They do some nice forgings and some pretty cheap cast stuff. While the forgings are good, I prefer Wishon, Vega and Kimura (housebrand of Clubmate Golf). On March, 1st I will start my job as the Sales Director at Clubmate Golf in Germany, wich makes it even more interesting to develop a brand like Kimura for the European market. Right now, the line is relatively small. We do have a forged cavity back with a small undercut, a cast design in the SGI section and a wedge design in two finishes. March 2011, we will launch another iron design, wich is more of a player cavity back and it was really interesting to be involved in the development and product testing. Woods will probably follow later this year or for the 2012 season. Sorry, if that sounded like an ad - I'm just proud of the things we alread achieved in such a small market.

 

Regards,

Michael

 

I'd love to see what you guys are coming up with and where to make purchases from. can you share?

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Hi Tim,

 

right now, Kimura is a brand, that we distribute in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and some other European countries. The new iron design is not yet shown on our webshop. You can get the stuff at shop.clubmategolf.com. And right now, we are working on a complete new line of golf clubs with a well known designer. As soon, as I have some prototypes I will shoot you a private message and see, if what we do is interesting for you and the GolfSpy-community.

 

Regards,

Michael

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So work is rather slow today so I was looking at tourspecgolf and I always love the look of the Geotech Irons. They seem so much cheaper than most of the iron sets on the website though. Has anyone ever played these irons?

hi robo32, i am playing with Geotech Irons and what's the experience i am getting while playing with this sharing with you. New Oversize iron for beginner and mid handicapper. Strong perimeter weighting offers very good forgiveness because of the big Cavity. A broad completely chamfered sole edge produce a nice playabillity.

The deep center of gravity stands for a rapidly rising ball flight.

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