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When you look at performance vs $$$, it rarely makes sense to spend $1500 for a set.....for amateurs anyway. This is why these are the perfect club for athletes entering the sport. These clubs are technologically on par with all the other GI irons out there. Given the fact these can help golfers across a broad spectrum of HDCP range, I cannot see any reason why these would not make a splash alongside the PING line and Titleist line.

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On ‎8‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 4:25 PM, sirchunksalot said:

I'm about to head out and play nine with nothing but the Atomics, my wedges, and a putter. I'm actually a little nervous about the results, as the driver is my security blanket. It should be fun, though, and I'll let y'all know how it goes.

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The long irons off the tee should explode for you. Good luck!!!

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The long irons off the tee should explode for you. Good luck!!!
Thank you! I'm really hoping that I've finally got some of the longer irons figured out. Looking at my Arccos stats shots in the 150-180 range are my kryptonite. I have absolutely, positively nothing in my bag that I can consistently hit in that range. Screenshot_20190829-134301.jpeg

The Ping long game gapping has really got me thinking about how important that part of the bag is sometimes overlooked, but very critical when it comes to playing your best.

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Today only, there is a flash sale. Regular Atomics and steel Max’s at $360. Graphite Max’s for $405.

 

Save another $40-$50 bucks

 

Heading out tomorrow to Sedona and will be playing at least one round while there. The local DSG has them in stock. I’m tempted to try them out.

 

 

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Just wanted to share this lil tidbit.

The range has added the Toptracer monitors and one of the games is closest to pin from 149 yds.

Currently holding down 3rd for the month with a sweet lil Atomic 8 iron to 4'10"

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I played yesterday at a different course here in town. I love it when college football season starts, usually this course is pretty crowded on Saturdays but we were basically able to walk on at 9:30.

I shot 93, which is the lowest score I've ever carded on this course. I played with my friend Ryan who is a beast off the tee, and came away with the better score. The Atomics performed well for me again, especially from the 7 iron to the wedges. The shot the stands out to me is the 9 iron I hit from the higher grass between tee boxes after pull hooking a 3 wood on six. The ball flew nice and high and stopped 7 feet from where it landed. Screenshot_20190901-085023-01.jpeg

My only bad drive of the day came on the 10th. I lost a ball in the pond on the right after pushing a 4 iron, which led to a quadruple bogey. This is the specific hole that I need to be able to hit something other than driver due to the narrow window you have to hit through to get to the fairway. 20190831_111849-01.jpeg


After 10 rounds the Atomics are still leading the Cobra's after the same point. The main issue is the tight gapping at the top of the bag, with a 9 yard difference between the 5 through 7 irons. 20190901_083817.jpeg

Here's where the Atomics are shining, I've had 4/7 full rounds scoring below 95. With the Cobra's it's 5/18.

I'm hoping to get in at least one more round before heading back to work on Wednesday. I'm not going to guarantee it, it's been busy here with having to get projects taken care of.

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Hey guys

Just returned home from a very frustrating round. I felt like tossing a club for the first time since I was 15 yrs old.  The bad?, hitting drives right, fatting wedge after wedge, not being able to control delicate chips, which has become a trend for me with these clubs.

The good? Well, I hit the longest drive of my life.  played a 450 yard hole and was only 60 yards out off the tee. I hit it real well and got a massive roll. The tees were up a bit so without the range finder, the true estimate is 320. ill show you the video in another post.  Hit a 9 iron off the toe from 140 and didnt lose a yard. ended up 10 feet from the pin.....video to come.

Had a very hard time with the short wedges. I realized after using these over and over again, the flop shot cannot be pulled off by an average ball striker like myself. I said a blended set would work very well with V2 and im more convinced than ever.  Stay tuned for the Vokey vs Atomic video, the fatted wedge video and others.....

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11 hours ago, sirchunksalot said:

I played yesterday at a different course here in town. I love it when college football season starts, usually this course is pretty crowded on Saturdays but we were basically able to walk on at 9:30.

I shot 93, which is the lowest score I've ever carded on this course. I played with my friend Ryan who is a beast off the tee, and came away with the better score. The Atomics performed well for me again, especially from the 7 iron to the wedges. The shot the stands out to me is the 9 iron I hit from the higher grass between tee boxes after pull hooking a 3 wood on six. The ball flew nice and high and stopped 7 feet from where it landed. Screenshot_20190901-085023-01.jpeg

My only bad drive of the day came on the 10th. I lost a ball in the pond on the right after pushing a 4 iron, which led to a quadruple bogey. This is the specific hole that I need to be able to hit something other than driver due to the narrow window you have to hit through to get to the fairway. 20190831_111849-01.jpeg


After 10 rounds the Atomics are still leading the Cobra's after the same point. The main issue is the tight gapping at the top of the bag, with a 9 yard difference between the 5 through 7 irons. 20190901_083817.jpeg

Here's where the Atomics are shining, I've had 4/7 full rounds scoring below 95. With the Cobra's it's 5/18.

I'm hoping to get in at least one more round before heading back to work on Wednesday. I'm not going to guarantee it, it's been busy here with having to get projects taken care of.

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nice rounds!!! looks like you have found your gamers

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So, I wanted to post some frustrating videos. Typically when I read reviews, everything is sunshine and roses. And I do not want to go the opposite way because I have had a great time with these irons, except for the short wedges. If you have been a reader, you will see I have called for V2 of these clubs to be a blended set of hollow faced long irons from the 4-7i and a straight muscle back 8-w. Some videos below capture my frustration with the short wedges, especially in the rough. 

Video 1 - I hit the longest drive of my life. Hole is measured at 450 yards and I blew it by the 150. The tees were up a bit, approx. 30 yards, so we will call it 420. I had a nice roll and hit it ~ 320. Never before had I achieved this length. Then I fatted the 60 yard approach shot.....ARRRGGGGHHHHHH.....

Hit the best drive of my life.....then this...

Here is the frustration boiling over. Within 7 rounds with these, i've fatted the short "P" wedge and "A" wedge at least 10 times.

 

Then I wanted to show you a comparison video of the "P" vs the Titleist Vokey.  I hit both clubs the same. The Atomic came off "hot" but came up short. The Vokey popped up and landed softly.  I am struggling with the delicate chips.

 

Atomic vs Vokey results - Frustrating

So these videos are some of the "bad" if you will. I am trying to chalk it up to poor ball striking and some of my issues definitely are. BUT, even the ones I hit well are very tough to control around the green. The thick chunky soles do not go through the rough as well as a blade, but we know this right? 

So, now that the bad is out of my system, here is the greatness of these irons. I was on a par 3, 142-yard hole. Water in front left, pond behind the green. I pull the 9-iron and proceed to toe it big time. Barely hit the grooves. This is what "FORGIVENESS" means. The ball flew high and straight.....hit the green, bounced once and came to a stop. I was very impressed with the way the club reacted in this spot. 

After good rounds and bad rounds, I think I have a very good handle on these irons. And as I continued my evaluation, I realize my initial thoughts and feelings are still accurate...for me.  Give me a blended set of these and I'm playing them all the time.  I still think these are good for beginners as well as being very helpful for ANYONE who needs forgiveness in long irons and even shorter irons off the tee. I usually hit my 5 iron 185 yards, but I can bomb the Atomic 5 iron 200 yards. It really can take the place of a hybrid if need be. 

Hopefully you enjoyed these videos. Hit me up with any questions you may have. 

 

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So, I wanted to post some frustrating videos. Typically when I read reviews, everything is sunshine and roses. And I do not want to go the opposite way because I have had a great time with these irons, except for the short wedges. If you have been a reader, you will see I have called for V2 of these clubs to be a blended set of hollow faced long irons from the 4-7i and a straight muscle back 8-w. Some videos below capture my frustration with the short wedges, especially in the rough. 
Video 1 - I hit the longest drive of my life. Hole is measured at 450 yards and I blew it by the 150. The tees were up a bit, approx. 30 yards, so we will call it 420. I had a nice roll and hit it ~ 320. Never before had I achieved this length. Then I fatted the 60 yard approach shot.....ARRRGGGGHHHHHH.....
[/url] Hit the best drive of my life.....then this...
Here is the frustration boiling over. Within 7 rounds with these, i've fatted the short "P" wedge and "A" wedge at least 10 times.
 
Then I wanted to show you a comparison video of the "P" vs the Titleist Vokey.  I hit both clubs the same. The Atomic came off "hot" but came up short. The Vokey popped up and landed softly.  I am struggling with the delicate chips.
 
Atomic vs Vokey results - Frustrating
So these videos are some of the "bad" if you will. I am trying to chalk it up to poor ball striking and some of my issues definitely are. BUT, even the ones I hit well are very tough to control around the green. The thick chunky soles do not go through the rough as well as a blade, but we know this right? 
So, now that the bad is out of my system, here is the greatness of these irons. I was on a par 3, 142-yard hole. Water in front left, pond behind the green. I pull the 9-iron and proceed to toe it big time. Barely hit the grooves. This is what "FORGIVENESS" means. The ball flew high and straight.....hit the green, bounced once and came to a stop. I was very impressed with the way the club reacted in this spot. 
After good rounds and bad rounds, I think I have a very good handle on these irons. And as I continued my evaluation, I realize my initial thoughts and feelings are still accurate...for me.  Give me a blended set of these and I'm playing them all the time.  I still think these are good for beginners as well as being very helpful for ANYONE who needs forgiveness in long irons and even shorter irons off the tee. I usually hit my 5 iron 185 yards, but I can bomb the Atomic 5 iron 200 yards. It really can take the place of a hybrid if need be. 
Hopefully you enjoyed these videos. Hit me up with any questions you may have. 
 
One of the great things about these forum reviews that I absolutely love is the honesty that our members bring to the table. I watched video after video last year when looking to purchase new irons, but the folks here influenced my decision more than anyone on YouTube. I'm enjoying your assessment of the Atomics.

I can honestly say I've only used the A wedge once for a delicate shot. It went dead at the flag and rolled past by about 20 feet. I love it and the PW for shots from 80-110 yards.

My struggle is still finding consistent clubs from 150-180 off the fairway. It could be my swing, it could be ball position, or it could be that I have absolutely no confidence that I can hit one in that range. Who knows? I sometimes think I have a mental block that limits me from hitting those distances. This can be a maddening game, but the challenge is what make me passionately love it.

I will say that I'm having more fun hitting irons than I ever have right now. I've made some horrible contact and the forgiveness in the Atomics has resulted in better than expected results.



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On ‎8‎/‎29‎/‎2019 at 10:47 PM, BigtazzGolf said:

Just wanted to share this lil tidbit.

The range has added the Toptracer monitors and one of the games is closest to pin from 149 yds.

Currently holding down 3rd for the month with a sweet lil Atomic 8 iron to 4'10"

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Tazz

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wow...someone got a hole in 1??   That's awesome your range has this technology. We have NOTHINIG like this in our area.  Awesome shot @BigtazzGolf!!!

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I was able to get out and play nine holes this morning and I want to discuss a couple of things. I'm going to start off with a subject that has been brought up here and in the Wilson D7 thread: delicate shots with the set wedges.

After duffing a sand wedge on the first hole, I decided to make all my wedge shots with the Atomics. When I pulled the AW on the first I was left with about a 20 yard pitch shot to a pin that was tucked toward the front of the green. 20190903_101828-01.jpeg
I hit a nice little shot that landed close to the flag and had it roll out about 20 feet.20190903_102024-01.jpeg

My tee shot on the par 3 6th ended up to the left of the green and the AW felt like it almost wanted to chunk, but I was able to get on the green even though I left it 25 feet short. 20190903_110739-01.jpeg

My best chip of the day with the AW came on the 8th hole, a par 5. I hit a bad third shot with the 5 iron that went right and landed on one of the tee boxes on 7, leaving me a little over 50 yards out. I hit a nice AW that hit the green, but just rolled off the back side of it. 20190903_113716-01.jpeg
What you can't see here is the green slopes down from here toward a creek. I could have putted, and seriously thought about it, but no guts no glory. I ended up here:20190903_142113-01.jpeg
The red circle is where I chipped from and was able to one putt for the bogey.

The other thing I want to talk about is the four iron, I think I might be falling in love. After a rough start to the round, I was trying to take on some trees on the first hole and hit a terrible shot that left me with a punch out, also 4 iron, back into the fairway. Things got better after that. On the third hole I hit an atrocious duck hook drive, pulled the 4 and hit a nice shot that left me a little short of the green, and a chance to get bogey.Screenshot_20190903-143223.jpeg
I hit a beautiful drive on 5 with it.Screenshot_20190903-143303.jpeg
That's the longest shot to date I've had with it, and it felt amazing!

After another terrible drive on 9, I hit another nice, long shot that just drifted right and left me with another punch shot under some branches that I left a bit short. Screenshot_20190903-143352.jpeg
I hit another AW that left me with a 30 footer that I somehow drained.

It was another good round with the Atomics, shot 45 with just 15 putts. They saved my bacon today since I couldn't hit a drive for love nor money.

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Lot's of hard work so far and I'm looking forward to the other stage 2 reviews!

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On 9/3/2019 at 3:24 AM, Tsecor said:

So, I wanted to post some frustrating videos. Typically when I read reviews, everything is sunshine and roses. And I do not want to go the opposite way because I have had a great time with these irons, except for the short wedges. If you have been a reader, you will see I have called for V2 of these clubs to be a blended set of hollow faced long irons from the 4-7i and a straight muscle back 8-w. Some videos below capture my frustration with the short wedges, especially in the rough. 

Video 1 - I hit the longest drive of my life. Hole is measured at 450 yards and I blew it by the 150. The tees were up a bit, approx. 30 yards, so we will call it 420. I had a nice roll and hit it ~ 320. Never before had I achieved this length. Then I fatted the 60 yard approach shot.....ARRRGGGGHHHHHH.....

Hit the best drive of my life.....then this...

Here is the frustration boiling over. Within 7 rounds with these, i've fatted the short "P" wedge and "A" wedge at least 10 times.

 

Then I wanted to show you a comparison video of the "P" vs the Titleist Vokey.  I hit both clubs the same. The Atomic came off "hot" but came up short. The Vokey popped up and landed softly.  I am struggling with the delicate chips.

 

Atomic vs Vokey results - Frustrating

So these videos are some of the "bad" if you will. I am trying to chalk it up to poor ball striking and some of my issues definitely are. BUT, even the ones I hit well are very tough to control around the green. The thick chunky soles do not go through the rough as well as a blade, but we know this right? 

So, now that the bad is out of my system, here is the greatness of these irons. I was on a par 3, 142-yard hole. Water in front left, pond behind the green. I pull the 9-iron and proceed to toe it big time. Barely hit the grooves. This is what "FORGIVENESS" means. The ball flew high and straight.....hit the green, bounced once and came to a stop. I was very impressed with the way the club reacted in this spot. 

After good rounds and bad rounds, I think I have a very good handle on these irons. And as I continued my evaluation, I realize my initial thoughts and feelings are still accurate...for me.  Give me a blended set of these and I'm playing them all the time.  I still think these are good for beginners as well as being very helpful for ANYONE who needs forgiveness in long irons and even shorter irons off the tee. I usually hit my 5 iron 185 yards, but I can bomb the Atomic 5 iron 200 yards. It really can take the place of a hybrid if need be. 

Hopefully you enjoyed these videos. Hit me up with any questions you may have. 

 

Brilliant stuff @Tsecor, those wedge shots looked the same but the Vokey sounded so much better and the results speak for themselves. Keep up the great work 😁

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Right, now that I have caught up with this fantastic thread, I have a couple of thoughts about these clubs.

First, these sound like an idea starter set that will hook a newbie into our wonderful addiction 😁. They seem like a great steal at the price point.

They may not be the best for a lower handicapper when you get to the scoring clubs but could be ideal for the player looking for all the help they can get.

Finally, you guys are killing this review and are obviously having a brilliant time doing it. Keep doing what you're doing and keep us posted 👏👏👊😁😎

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7 hours ago, Nunfa0 said:

Brilliant stuff @Tsecor, those wedge shots looked the same but the Vokey sounded so much better and the results speak for themselves. Keep up the great work 😁

Thank you kind sir. I seriously appreciate the feedback. That was very nice of you.! @Nunfa0

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16 hours ago, sirchunksalot said:

I was able to get out and play nine holes this morning and I want to discuss a couple of things. I'm going to start off with a subject that has been brought up here and in the Wilson D7 thread: delicate shots with the set wedges.

After duffing a sand wedge on the first hole, I decided to make all my wedge shots with the Atomics. When I pulled the AW on the first I was left with about a 20 yard pitch shot to a pin that was tucked toward the front of the green. 20190903_101828-01.jpeg
I hit a nice little shot that landed close to the flag and had it roll out about 20 feet.20190903_102024-01.jpeg

My tee shot on the par 3 6th ended up to the left of the green and the AW felt like it almost wanted to chunk, but I was able to get on the green even though I left it 25 feet short. 20190903_110739-01.jpeg

My best chip of the day with the AW came on the 8th hole, a par 5. I hit a bad third shot with the 5 iron that went right and landed on one of the tee boxes on 7, leaving me a little over 50 yards out. I hit a nice AW that hit the green, but just rolled off the back side of it. 20190903_113716-01.jpeg
What you can't see here is the green slopes down from here toward a creek. I could have putted, and seriously thought about it, but no guts no glory. I ended up here:20190903_142113-01.jpeg
The red circle is where I chipped from and was able to one putt for the bogey.

The other thing I want to talk about is the four iron, I think I might be falling in love. After a rough start to the round, I was trying to take on some trees on the first hole and hit a terrible shot that left me with a punch out, also 4 iron, back into the fairway. Things got better after that. On the third hole I hit an atrocious duck hook drive, pulled the 4 and hit a nice shot that left me a little short of the green, and a chance to get bogey.Screenshot_20190903-143223.jpeg
I hit a beautiful drive on 5 with it.Screenshot_20190903-143303.jpeg
That's the longest shot to date I've had with it, and it felt amazing!

After another terrible drive on 9, I hit another nice, long shot that just drifted right and left me with another punch shot under some branches that I left a bit short. Screenshot_20190903-143352.jpeg
I hit another AW that left me with a 30 footer that I somehow drained.

It was another good round with the Atomics, shot 45 with just 15 putts. They saved my bacon today since I couldn't hit a drive for love nor money.

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Your data is awesome. Looks like the leaves are starting to fall out your way.   I agree with you, the 4 iron is amazing to hit. Although the loft is strong, it gets up pretty good and you can land it softly if needed.  Very easy to hit for a strong lofted club. No reason to be afraid of hitting this. Keep rockin the review!!

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25 minutes ago, Tsecor said:

Thank you kind sir. I seriously appreciate the feedback. That was very nice of you.! @Nunfa0

You are welcome, this forum works because of honesty and it's great to see you guys holding to that. I know I may have sounded a little fan boy in my Cobra thread but I just got lucky and found clubs that really work for me.

I can see you blending this set and finding a combo that works for you.

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2 hours ago, Tsecor said:

Your data is awesome. Looks like the leaves are starting to fall out your way.   I agree with you, the 4 iron is amazing to hit. Although the loft is strong, it gets up pretty good and you can land it softly if needed.  Very easy to hit for a strong lofted club. No reason to be afraid of hitting this. Keep rockin the review!!

I haven't even took the plastic off my 4 & 5 irons yet and  I  have shelved those clubs in place of hybrids.  Now you have me thinking about giving them a try!

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I haven't even took the plastic off my 4 & 5 irons yet and  I  have shelved those clubs in place of hybrids.  Now you have me thinking about giving them a try!
You ought to give them a try, it's taken me a little while to figure them out, but they launch the ball. I'm looking forward to getting out this weekend and hitting them some more.

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      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:

      - Your first name
      - State
      - Your Handicap
      - The model and distance you hit your current 7 iron
      Lastly but just as importantly
      Please do not 'quote' this post when applying..

      Per the manufactures request and due to set makeup.  This review opportunity is open to right-hand golfers who resides in the US.   We'll be announcing the testers in this thread next week, so make sure to check back. 
       
       
    • By Golfspy_CG2
      Follow along as four members of our forum will be putting the Tommy Armour TA3 Impact Putter to the test on the course and putting green.  This is a My Golf Spy Most Wanted winner, so see if it performs as well for them as it did the Most Wanted testers and how it might work for your game.
       
      The Four Testers Are:
      @tchat07                           Stage 1                         Stage 2
      @skrupa15                         Stage 1                         Stage 2
      @Txmason123                   Stage 1                          Stage 2
      @HeathS16                         Stage 1                         Stage 2
      @jayjay0808                         Stage 1           Stage 2
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