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11 minutes ago, Kansas King said:

Golfworks has seriously good customer service probably because it is more intended for club builders and professionals than solely retail consumers. They are transparent and the people on the phone know their stuff. While I would like to see more people play clubs from "custom" makers like Maltby, I also wouldn't want to see Matlby's customer service get overrun with demand and watered down. 

I think that plays a bit into why we don't see Maltby joining up with MGS for testing. They run a pretty tight ship over there and nearly nothing's changed since I stumbled across them about 4 yrs ago. It's clear that quality of service is equally as important as quality of product. A major review by MGS might just push a company like Golfworks down the wrong path. 

 

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On 5/27/2021 at 10:07 AM, mikeanthony said:

Was originally excited about a PING G425 order I had placed back on April 13th ... was misinformed that it would be shipped last Monday (5th week from order date), only to be notified shortly thereafter that it'll be another 5 to 6 weeks. Order cxld. 

Just pulled the trigger and ordered Maltby's TS1s in PW and GW heads. I'll have a local club-fitter fit them with the Nippon 105s from my TM M1 irons. 

Both curious and excited to see the results and how these perform. 

I really like my TS-1’s.  I’ve had them a few months now and wish I had changed to them sooner.  The feel is addictive and causes me to want to find the center, so practice is kind of fun.  They’re forgiving on thins and toes.  The PW and GW aren’t as soft feeling as the 5-9, but they’re great too.

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Got the iron heads on Sunday afternoon, had my fitter pull the shafts from TM heads and placed into the Maltbys ... wow, these are absolutely gorgeous irons. 

Straight lines, clean and minimalist looks, and just all around pleasing to my eye and behind the ball. 

Of course, I did get them out to the range today as well. Placed an order on 7-8-9i heads about 20 swings in while on the range. 

Appreciative of having found this thread. 

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3W: :cobra-small:  Speedzone 14.5*

Hybrid: :titelist-small: TS2 19* & 21*

Irons: :ping-small:  G425 (5-PW) 

Wedges: :ping-small:  Glide 3.0 50* :titelist-small: Vokey SM7 54* & 58*

Putter: :ping-small:  Heppler Anser 2

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Has anyone in this thread/forum done a mixed set with the TS2 ... if so, do they blend well? May consider them for the 5 and 6 irons. 

I feel as though the GolfWorks website doesn't give the TS1 it's due credit with their stock photos, for they look significantly better in person ... curious as to how the TS2 blends and if they're just a tad beefier in all areas (sole, top line, offset, etc) or if it's significant. 

 

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3W: :cobra-small:  Speedzone 14.5*

Hybrid: :titelist-small: TS2 19* & 21*

Irons: :ping-small:  G425 (5-PW) 

Wedges: :ping-small:  Glide 3.0 50* :titelist-small: Vokey SM7 54* & 58*

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On 6/3/2021 at 2:21 PM, mikeanthony said:

Has anyone in this thread/forum done a mixed set with the TS2 ... if so, do they blend well? May consider them for the 5 and 6 irons. 

I feel as though the GolfWorks website doesn't give the TS1 it's due credit with their stock photos, for they look significantly better in person ... curious as to how the TS2 blends and if they're just a tad beefier in all areas (sole, top line, offset, etc) or if it's significant. 

 

@Popeyehas hit both and swears by the TS-2 sole and says they blend well.  I was going to do 5 with TS-2 and then 6-GW TS-1.  But ended up all TS-1 as they’re so forgiving.  TS-2s are thicker a little on sole and a fair amount on top line.  Truth for me is I think I’d be better off with a TS-2 5 iron.  To me the feel of the TS-1 is a little better than the TS-2.  Not to say the TS-2 is bad in any way, just not quite as soft.  I’ve read some folks have bent for loft and others left things alone and both groups were happy.  

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7 minutes ago, NCDuffer said:

I was going to do 5 with TS-2 and then 6-GW TS-1.  But ended up all TS-1 as they’re so forgiving.

Totally agree. I just got the whole set and figured that if I had any issues hitting the lower clubs, I'd just pull the shafts and order the TS-2's heads. So far no issues whatsoever hitting 4-6 so. I did notice my distance #'s starting to cross between my 3i and 18* hybrid so I just took the 3i out of the set due to the hybrid being that much easier to hit.

If I recall, the lofts may require some adjusting by about a degree or so if you do decide to do a split set. 

 

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On 6/2/2021 at 11:59 AM, mikeanthony said:

Straight lines, clean and minimalist looks, and just all around pleasing to my eye and behind the ball. 

Of course, I did get them out to the range today as well. Placed an order on 7-8-9i heads about 20 swings in while on the range. 

And that's usually how this goes.. 😛 Doesn't take much to get hooked on these and realize that this is your next set. 

From the strike pattern, looks like you're quickly becoming familiar with that sweet sound and feeling that come with the TS series. Like I said before, the PW and GW are just solid forged and there's isn't much difference but the rest of the set feels that much nicer so it only gets better from here. 

After you're done putting together your irons, I'd suggest taking a look at the wedges if you happen to be looking. Me and a few others play the TSW's and swear by them. IMO best looking, playing, feeling wedges you'll find. Others swear by the Tour Grind MG's and quite a few others love the M-Series. 

On 6/3/2021 at 11:21 AM, mikeanthony said:

I feel as though the GolfWorks website doesn't give the TS1 it's due credit with their stock photos, for they look significantly better in person

100% agree. I too love the simple sophistication of these. They have kind of an industrial presence but with a classy finish. Reminds me of like a resto-mod classic car.. Timeless and clean but with modern tech under the hood. Maltby didn't give them any chance to become outdated like I feel many of the overly busy modern designs will be in the next few years. I think he's done a really good job across the board with his designs in not being overly gaudy or busy in their appearance. 

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On 6/4/2021 at 3:23 PM, NCDuffer said:

@Popeyehas hit both and swears by the TS-2 sole and says they blend well.  I was going to do 5 with TS-2 and then 6-GW TS-1.  But ended up all TS-1 as they’re so forgiving.  TS-2s are thicker a little on sole and a fair amount on top line.

This was very helpful, thank you. I did get the 7-8-9i heads over the weekend and took them to my fitter today ... anxious to get them back and see how those perform, and then make a decision on the 5-6i in TS2 or keep 'em all at TS1s.

At the end of the day, if I'm not too pleased with the 5-6i heads in either the TS1 or TS2, I can simply order the other for it's not too much of a financial commitment. For me, my shafts are an inch over standard so my 5i length is that of a standard 3i, and with a small compact iron head, it's not all that confidence inducing. May look up the specs for my TM M1 irons for the 5-6i (for I've been happy with them) and compare them to the TS2. 

On 6/4/2021 at 5:06 PM, azstu324 said:

From the strike pattern, looks like you're quickly becoming familiar with that sweet sound and feeling that come with the TS series. Like I said before, the PW and GW are just solid forged and there's isn't much difference but the rest of the set feels that much nicer so it only gets better from here. 

They certainly felt nice and I'm quickly beginning to like them. Played yesterday at our home course and shot 85 ... obviously that wasn't due to the PW and GW ... but some of my fav shots of the day were from those two clubs. And is it me, or do forged irons help with spin for those scoring irons around the green? The ball noticeably checked up quite a bit yesterday with those two clubs. 

And I'm already ahead of you! Won't pull the trigger just yet for I'm happy with my Vokey SM7s at the moment. But as I build the set through the GolfWorks site, I do wish my Vokeys had the Nippon wedge shafts as opposed to the standard 105s. Been reading in quite a few places that it's preferred to have a heavy shaft in our wedges for we rarely take full swings with them, and I agree with that. 

Anyhow, more to come! Thanks again!

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Hybrid: :titelist-small: TS2 19* & 21*

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Wedges: :ping-small:  Glide 3.0 50* :titelist-small: Vokey SM7 54* & 58*

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Hey everyone. Idk if this is off topic but I wanted to give this thread first crack at some Maltby stuff I’m selling after a season’s use— STi2 iron heads (5-GW) and 56° and 60° FGT Forged Wedges.   
 

Moving on to a more durable iron head even tho I loved the way the STi2’s played. They’re truly best value out there. And for me, the bounce and sole design of the FGT’s wasn’t exactly right for the conditions I play in.

The wedges were assembled by Golfworks. They’re  Score LT shafts in stiff flex, standard grip (Crossline and S-Tech) standard loft, 2° flat lie. 
 

The STi2 iron heads are standard loft and lie +/- 1° based on the tolerances from The Golfworks.

Pics are below. Everything is in good condition. You can DM me with offers if you’d like. 

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2 hours ago, MattA521 said:

Hey everyone. Idk if this is off topic but I wanted to give this thread first crack at some Maltby stuff I’m selling after a season’s use— STi2 iron heads (5-GW) and 56° and 60° FGT Forged Wedges.   
 

Moving on to a more durable iron head even tho I loved the way the STi2’s played. They’re truly best value out there. And for me, the bounce and sole design of the FGT’s wasn’t exactly right for the conditions I play in.

The wedges were assembled by Golfworks. They’re  Score LT shafts in stiff flex, standard grip (Crossline and S-Tech) standard loft, 2° flat lie. 
 

The STi2 iron heads are standard loft and lie +/- 1° based on the tolerances from The Golfworks.

Pics are below. Everything is in good condition. You can DM me with offers if you’d like. 

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The Buy/Sell/Trade thread is probably going to be the spot you want to post this, as opposed to a thread directed towards questions and comments about the TS-1s

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2 Hybrid: 18° :tour-edge: Exotics EXS Pro (Evenflow Black 6.5) (2020 MGS Official Review here)

3/Driving Iron: 18° :Hogan: UiHi Iron (KBS Tour V 110g shaft)

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On 6/7/2021 at 10:28 AM, mikeanthony said:

This was very helpful, thank you. I did get the 7-8-9i heads over the weekend and took them to my fitter today ... anxious to get them back and see how those perform, and then make a decision on the 5-6i in TS2 or keep 'em all at TS1s.

At the end of the day, if I'm not too pleased with the 5-6i heads in either the TS1 or TS2, I can simply order the other for it's not too much of a financial commitment. For me, my shafts are an inch over standard so my 5i length is that of a standard 3i, and with a small compact iron head, it's not all that confidence inducing. May look up the specs for my TM M1 irons for the 5-6i (for I've been happy with them) and compare them to the TS2. 

They certainly felt nice and I'm quickly beginning to like them. Played yesterday at our home course and shot 85 ... obviously that wasn't due to the PW and GW ... but some of my fav shots of the day were from those two clubs. And is it me, or do forged irons help with spin for those scoring irons around the green? The ball noticeably checked up quite a bit yesterday with those two clubs. 

And I'm already ahead of you! Won't pull the trigger just yet for I'm happy with my Vokey SM7s at the moment. But as I build the set through the GolfWorks site, I do wish my Vokeys had the Nippon wedge shafts as opposed to the standard 105s. Been reading in quite a few places that it's preferred to have a heavy shaft in our wedges for we rarely take full swings with them, and I agree with that. 

Anyhow, more to come! Thanks again!

You get a chance to take the rest of the irons for a spin yet? Just curious to see if you noticed any difference at all and if you have any further thoughts on the set as things are coming together. 

I honestly feel like I've found my set with these. I look at other clubs and even new clubs coming out and just don't see a need to consider anything else. After a year, the TS-1's still check all of the boxes for me. 

 

 

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2 hours ago, azstu324 said:

You get a chance to take the rest of the irons for a spin yet? Just curious to see if you noticed any difference at all and if you have any further thoughts on the set as things are coming together. 

I honestly feel like I've found my set with these. I look at other clubs and even new clubs coming out and just don't see a need to consider anything else. After a year, the TS-1's still check all of the boxes for me. 

 

 

It's just the 7i thru GW at the moment and will likely go with the TS2s for the 5 and 6 irons. Just haven't ordered them yet due to prolonged crappy weather as of late in SC, the end of our daughter's school year, an upcoming family trip to ME for a few weeks, and to be fair I'm still somewhat debating possibly the TS1s in the 5/6 as well. 

BUT! I've been really pleased and impressed by them. They're 2* weaker lofts compared to my previous M1 sets, so along with also incorporating a new swing thought with a shorter back swing and more compact follow through (I'm clubbing up and swinging a bit slower, until it's an ingrained muscle memory) ... distance wise, they're about 7 yards shorter at the moment, but my goodness they feel wonderful when well struck almost every time. 

Played my 3rd full round with them on Sunday and shot 87 that included a triple, two 3-putts, and strictly a 3W off the tee (have the yips with my driver). And yet it also included a missed birdie putt from about 2 feet 🤦🏻‍♂️ ... which came after a 7i off the tee for a par 3 that was on a rope to the pin. 🤩

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All in all, I really couldn't be happier and golf is just so much more fun when you're playing well. And you're right, I have no desire to get new irons anytime soon and will only reward myself with possibly newer Maltbys down the line! LOL Have been eyeing their DRM wedges though. My hdcp was at 18+ just over 2 months ago before I ditched the One Lengths, it's back down to 14.7 and looking fwd to it getting lower. 

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Hybrid: :titelist-small: TS2 19* & 21*

Irons: :ping-small:  G425 (5-PW) 

Wedges: :ping-small:  Glide 3.0 50* :titelist-small: Vokey SM7 54* & 58*

Putter: :ping-small:  Heppler Anser 2

Ball: :titelist-small: Pro V1 & :Snell: MTB-Black

 

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Regarding a split set:

I've been playing TS-2 5i and 6i with TS-1 7i-GW for about a year now. I bent the 6i 1 degree weaker (28*) to have 4 degree gaps through the whole bag. Gapping is great.

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Guys, help me out. Does TGW or Maltby still offer a trial club? I cannot seem to find it.

I'm not in love with my Nike irons at all, and am rather interested in the playability factor Maltby created, so I'd like to take a demo drive on one or three of his iron designs.

Thanks for any help

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With Maltby they can build one club to your specs to try, but you buy that club.  Most folks build a 7 or 6 iron to play, and if happy, order the rest.

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On 8/9/2021 at 6:23 AM, KurtActual said:

Guys, help me out. Does TGW or Maltby still offer a trial club? I cannot seem to find it.

I'm not in love with my Nike irons at all, and am rather interested in the playability factor Maltby created, so I'd like to take a demo drive on one or three of his iron designs.

Thanks for any help

@NCDuffer is right. I recently replaced my previous gamers with the Maltby TE Forged. But before I made the switch, I ordered three 6 irons (all TE because I was really drawn to the simplicity of the head design and more traditional lofts) with varying shafts. I tested the three 6 irons for a while to get an idea of which shaft felt and performed best. I fell in love with the feel of one and that's what I moved forward with. I sold the three 6 iron "samplers" on eBay for pennies on the dollar.

Fortunately Maltby clubs are priced at a point where it doesn't break the bank to follow the method I used. 

FWIW, I'm absolutely loving these irons. The feel is superb. Maltby/Golfworks makes a really good product.

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9 hours ago, Deepred said:

Am I the only person who thinks the TS1 looks like the Wilson Staff blade?

A little bit. To me, it looks a lot like the new Apex Pro 21 irons. Actually, the Cally looks like the Maltby. 

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Ping G425 Max

Callaway Epic Max 5 wood

Cobra F9 Speedback 7/8 wood set at 23.5 degrees

Callaway Epic Max 11 wood

PXG 0311P Gen. 3  6-GW

PXG 0211 5-GW

PXG 0211 sand wedge bent to 53 degrees

Maltby M Series+ 54 degree

Ping Glide 3.0 Eye2 58 degree

Ping Glide 3.0 60 degree

Evnroll ER2

Ping Sigma 2 Anser

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1 hour ago, Deepred said:

I noticed that as well. 
 

My pro just got the Apex Pro irons and he noted how much they looked like the TS1's. 

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Maltby TS-1 irons, Modus 120X soft stepped once, 4-6, Dynamic Gold Sensicore x100 7-pw, D4, 2° flat

Cleveland RTX Zipcore wedges, black satin, 50°, 54°, 58°

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