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TESTERS ANNOUNCED! Sub 70 699 Pro Irons

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  1. Handicap and Location: 0.6 and Chicago, IL
  2. Current Irons and 8-iron distance: 160 yards
  3. What do you know about Sub70?: They are a manufacturer that sells directly to consumers with no middle man. They just absorbed SMT and I used to use their mb3 irons.  

Driver: Taylormade M5 (Diamana Whiteboard X)

Fairway: Cobra F9 14.5 (HZRDUS smoke Yellow 6.5)

Hybrid: Titleist 818 H1 (mitsubishi ck pro white 90 X)

Irons: Mizuno MP 59 (kbs c-taper X)

Wedges: Callaway MD4 ( True Temper S200)

Putter: Scottery Cameron Tour Rat (34 inches)

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1. Handicap 2, Cedar Falls, Iowa

2. PXG Gen 1, 8-iron distance is 160 yards.

3. I first heard of Sub 70 through this forum. Don't know a ton about the history of the company but am definitely intrigued.  The thin top line is appealing to me.

PXG Gen 1, 4-PW

SM7 Vokey Wedges, 52, 56

Ping G400, 19 degree Hyrbrid

Tour Edge E4 Tour 3 Wood

Ping G400, 10.5 degree Driver

Scotty Cameron, Laguna 2.5 Putter

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This is an awesome opportunity for the lucky 2! I just bought the satin version and with 2 rounds in I am really happy with the performance. I would recommend these in a heartbeat.

Driver - TaylorMade R1 TP

3W - Callaway RZR FIT

5W - Knight

4H - Sub70 939X

5 through AW - Sub70 699 Pro 

SW - Wison Harmonized 

Putter - Ray Cook

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1- 12- Katy, Tx

2- Mizuno Mp20 SEL

3- 165 yards

4- they are a small company, very good customer service and direct communication with clients. From what I’ve read they have a good product. 

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1- GHIN 5.9 / Las Vegas, NV

2- 2019 P790’s / 8i - 155y (looking to get out of them, game has developed dramatically since buying)

3- I have heard great things about them, DTC Model for business doesn’t easily put products into consumers hands which is a downfall. Their stuff looks really clean and have been wanting to give them a shot. Would like to compare on my Flightscope. 

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10.2 Wake Forest, NC

714 AP2 KBS Tour-V X 130- 8 iron 170-175yds

Sub 70 is a performance players club manufacturer following the direct to consumer business profile and have partnered with KBS for their stock shaft offering.

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:titelist-small: 917D3 10.5deg PorjectX HZRDUS T1100 Shaft 6.5

:titelist-small: 917F2 15deg  PorjectX HZRDUS T1100 Shaft 6.5

:titelist-small: 818H1 22deg Mitsubishi Tensei X 105gram shaft

:titelist-small: 714 AP2 4-W KBS Tour-V X 130 gram shaft

Vokey Design Wedges logo 56-14 SM5 F-Grind KBS High Spin X Wedge shaft

Vokey Design Wedges logo 60-11 SM5 K-Grind KBS High Spin X Wedge shaft

Scotty Cameron Putters Circa 62 No-2 Putter

:titelist-small: PROV1x

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1. 11.5 hcp - Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia 

2. Calloway RZRX Black - 8i (170 yds)

3. Honestly, I didn’t know about Sub 70 until this thread, but am very supportive of new golf companies that can compete with the larger corporations - and of course I’m interested in testing out new irons, since I’m currently in the market. What I’ve found is that Sub 70 is a relatively new company and golf manufacturer that is rooted from a small town and a genuine love for golf. 

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1. Handicap 25, Location Stow, MA

2. Callaway Apex forged, 8i 160yds

3. I don’t know much about sub 70 but I am so excited to learn and give an honest great review. I am always excited to try new things to better my golf game!

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  1. 3.9 - Lincoln, NE
  2. Titleist 710 CB - 8 iron, 160 yards
  3. Been reading up a bit on this company as of late. Love the direct to consumer concept. Actually very interest in their wedges as my next club purchase. 
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1. 2.4,  Los Angeles

2. Titleist 718 Ap2s, 8 Iron 165

3. I know they used to make golf apparel but didn’t know they made clubs. Very interested as they were a brand I really liked. 

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GHIN - 6.6, Savannah, GA area

Titleist AP3, 158 yards according to Arccos

Have read about them on several forums and seen YouTube reviews of their products.  I like the clean look of this particular iron and would welcome the opportunity to test and review them.


Ping G410 LST 10.5

Taylormade SIM Ti - 19 lofted down to 17

Tour Edge XCG7 - 21

Tour Edge C721 - 25

Corey Paul - 5-PW Japan Forged Minimalist Blades

Corey Paul Functional Art 50, 54 & 58

Odyssey O Works Black #7 with BGT Stability Tour Shaft, SuperStroke Traxion 3.0 & 75g CounterCore

Bridgestone Tour BRX

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1.  1 handicap living in Denver, CO

2.  Current irons are Nike Vapor Pro w/ 8-iron distance of 165.   I love the no-nonsense look at address, but they are beginning to show their age

3.  I've done a fair amount of research on Sub-70.  I've heard interviews with their founder, and I love their DTC approach.  They were definitely in the conversation when I upgraded my 3 wood and hybrid earlier this year.

TM SIM Max 9.75* Even Flow Riptide 6.5

Mizuno T20 52, 56, 60 Blue Ion

Nike Vapor Pro 4-PW

Srixon ZH85 19* hybrid w/ HZRDUS Black 6.5

Srixon ZF85 15* 2 wood w/ HZRDUS Red 6.5

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16.5 HI; North Palm Beach, FL

8 iron = 140 yds.

Never heard of Sub70 but welcome opportunity to test and show everyone at club the clubs

Play 100+ rounds per year

Currently have Callaway X@ Hot 4-PW and Callaway Mac Dadd4 S Grind 50, 54 & 58 degree wedges

Member at NPBCC in beautiful Palm Beach County.  Play 100 rounds per year.

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