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1. My handicap is 8-10 unofficially, I live in northeast Nebraska. 

2. my current irons are Mizuno JPX 825 pro, and I hit my 8 iron 150-155.  

3. I know sub 70 is a relatively new company selling clubs without the middleman and have prices much lower than others but still have top quality and innovation. They are on my radar for the next iron set, and this would be a great way to get to know the brand. 

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Testers Announced! Reviewing the Sub 70 699 Pro irons will be: @Smellis745 @Tom the Golf Nut @GolfSpy MPR Reviews coming soon! _______________________________

Testers Announced! I'm thinking that Sub 70, as a company, is like America and Alexander Hamilton: young, scrappy, and hungry. And I'm also thinking that with a good iron in my hand,

Thanks everyone. I just did the happy dance around my office! ( At Work ). Ok i did get some strange looks......  I will put these to the test for sure!

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0.4 index, Sonoma County, CA

Mizuno MP20's , 155-160 (157 optimal according to Arccos)

No prior knowledge of Sub70, very detail oriented, I use the Arccos system to view current data feedback after I play approximately twice a week.

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I’m a 15 handicap from Indianapolis 

I play Callaway Apex Pro with Recoil 110 stiff shafts, my 8 iron carriers 145. 

I learned about sub 70 through My Golf Spy. 

I would love to test these.  They’re on my short list of irons I would like to hit. I’m a hooker and the combo of less offset and more forgiveness is a very appealing. 




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16 handicap-Houston, Texas
Cobra F7 irons - 8 iron 145 yards
I actually just found out about Sub70 a month or so ago, I have read quite a bit about them and their clubs and I am very impressed with the reviews so far. I am in the market to replace my irons and their clubs are on my “short list”

I tend to be extremely detail oriented and I do a lot of research before making a large purchase like this.

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1.  11 handicap located in Austin, Texas

2.  Playing Mizuno 919 Forged and hit an 8 iron 150 yds.

3.  I was fitted into a Sub 70 driver by the TrueGolfFit online fitting app.  Sub 70 uses a direct to consumer golf club model.  I recall they have a 60 day money back guarantee...which is great.

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Henry Fishman, Fairfield CT

handicap is 6.5

currently rocking the Nike Covert 2.0 irons - I hit my 8 iron 175

i had never heard of Sub 70 before but these look very clean and I’d love to be able to test them out for you and give my thoughts in a review.

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1. Handicap is 13 and living in Rocklin, CA

2. My current irons are Callaway Steelhead XR Pro, my 8 iron distance is 140.

3. What do I know about this company?  Honestly not much but thanks to MyGolfSpy I remember reading about these irons last year in the review.  This years irons are even more appealing!!  Would love to hit them to see if I could lower my handicap. 

Ping G Driver 10.5, TaylorMade 5 wood, Callaway XP Pro irons, custom wedges from Corey Paul (52,56,60). Scotty Cameron Studio Design 1.5 putter.

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1. I’m currently playing to a 6, and I live in Cheraw, SC.

2. TaylorMade Tour Preferred CB, and my 8 iron carry is 160. 

3. I have followed Sub 70 on social media for a while now, as I stumbled upon them while looking around at various DTC golf club options. Their products seem to be top notch from feedback and reviews I’ve read. I’ve been thinking hard about purchasing their Pro fairway wood as I’m in the market for a new 3 wood. 



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  1. 5.4 Monticello, MN
  2. My curreent Irons are Cobra King F8 One length   I hit my 8 iron 130 yards.
  3. I know Sub 70's are made in IL and are using the factory direct model.  I have heard nothing but good things about them.  I am all for made in the USA if they can pull their weight!
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GHIN Index 7.9

Doylestown, PA 

PING G 700 Irons.  PING OEM Graphite Shaft

8-iron for me =   130-140 max 

I have the SUB-70 Hybrid and really interested in giving these irons a go!  Their CEO is a great guy as advertised.  Worked with me to find the right shaft for my Hybrid. 

Steve M

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I am a 2 handicap and hit my 8 iron 165 yards on average. I love golf equipment in general and I'm currently hitting the Srixon Z965 blades with Nippon Pro Modus 3 120x shafts. Never heard of Sub 70 but would love to try these bad boys out. I think smaller manufacturers have great quality and perform really well. They don't have a lot of marketing and they have to have a great product to compete with big name equipment companies. I used to play Adam's and Tour exotics so I love the smaller dog companies.

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  1. Handicap - 16, Columbus, OH
  2. Titleist AP1 712, 8 iron 145
  3. Just that they are direct to consumers.  I really know nothing else about them.

Coach W


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1) 0 handicap; living in Greenwood,IN

2) Currently play Wilson FG tour 100; 8iron carry distance 165 yds ( average, normal swing)

3) Sub70 is a small brand club manufacture who have built quality products for golfs at 1/2 the price of the typical and luxury brands. I’ve personally tried on of their products since they are rare to find outside of online, but have seen over the years that they have slowly built a following that has put their name in discussions as a potential clubs for fitters to consider, depending on the player of course.

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14.6 CDGA index as of this morning.

Play Callaway Rogue Pro's with Steelfiber shafts.  Current stock 8I is 150 yards.

I have looked at Sub 70 after your club test results.  Their clubs look great and would love to test them but with my shaft upgrade was too pricey.

Still looking at Sub70 for potential custom wedges.  I live close to Syacamore and could go there for a fitting (if selected).  Would love to elevate the profile of a local company.


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