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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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10.1 handicap from Eagleville, PA

Ping i200s 5i - UW; 8i 160 carry

I have heard of sub 70 through this page and I’m fairly sure they’re a newer company, but other than that I know very little 

Driver: Ping G400 

Woods: Ping G400, G30

Irons: Ping i200

Wedges: Titleist SM6 & SM7

Putter: Odyssey Stroke Lab One

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On 7/15/2020 at 5:39 PM, GolfSpy STUDque said:

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A product with solid value never goes out of style.

Couple that with exceptional customer service, and it's an attractive package for golfers who aren't necessarily looking to take out a second mortgage to purchase some golf equipment.

That's the basic premise of Jason Hiland's company, Sub 70, that leverages a factory-direct model to keep help keep costs low.

What about performance? Well, in 2019, the Sub 70 699 iron model finished sixth in the Players Distance category of Most Wanted testing. That might not sound like much until you consider it finished ahead of Callaway, PING and Titleist. That’s an accolade worthy of some refrigerator space.

For 2020, the 699 Pro iron features a thinner topline, less offset, and a black, Tour PVD finish.

 

This opportunity is open to right-handed golfers residing in the United States. If interested, reply to this thread with the following information:

  1. Handicap and Location
  2. Current Irons and 8-iron distance
  3. What do you know about Sub70?

1. 10.7 handicap from Joint Base MDL, NJ

2. Currently playing Calloway RAZR X, 8 iron 155-160

3. I have not heard of these clubs until I saw this list on MyGolfSpy IG page 

 

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1. 6 HC, Evansville, Indiana

2. Srixon z785, 165-170

3. First I've heard of these is here on this forum/Instagram. I've been thinking of out blades lately and these look pretty. 

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Birmingham al

1.5 HI

8 iron 160-165 cobra tour forged with c tapers 

driver 275

They seem to be making premiere products, asthetic, and performance wise. Bought a 4 wood from em after taking to @acesoggolf and there CEO. Great process, was impressed by my interaction with the CEO, as well as how quick I received it. Been wanting to try these irons, they look sweet, and if the feel of the wood is as good as the irons looking forward to it

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  1. Handicap and Location - 20 & Lafayette, CA
  2. Current Irons and 8-iron distance - Callaway Big Bertha + 8-iron =165
  3. What do you know about Sub70? - Very little but doing some research sounds like a great company and approaching the market correctly! 
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1. HDCP-5 Wharton, Tx

2. Mizuno MP-32 8iron- 170yds

3. Sub70 is a company trying to bring high end/price quality golf clubs direct to the consumer at a more affordable price. I’d like to test them out to see if this is possible down to the smallest details. The price of clubs has, and will, continue to grow. Eventually pricing kids out of the game. If this is something that could catch on the possibilities for supporting and growing the game are endless. Lots to take in here and review.

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1.12.9 Chicago, IL

2. P790’s 8i 155 yards 

3. nothing other than the stuff you guys post 

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Driver - :ping-small: G400 Max 9* Project X HZRDUS Green 6.0 60g

3 Wood - :callaway-small: Epic Flash Subzero 15* Project X HZRDUS T1100 6.0 65g

5 Wood - :ping-small: G 19* GD Tour ADDI 8X Black

Irons - :taylormade-small: 2017 P790s 4-AW Project X 6.0

Wedges - :nike-small:Engage 55* T.I. Grind, 60* Engage Dual Sole. DG Spinner Shafts

Putter - :cameron-small: Buttonback Newport 2 w/Stability Shaft 34”

Ball - :titelist-small: AVX and Still have Some original K-Sigs

Bag -:nike-small:Air Hybrid 14 Way Standbag. best bag ever! 

Laser- Bushnell V4

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1. +0.7 HDCP, New York, NY

2. 8iron distance 165, current irons are Miura MC-501 with PX 6.5 Blackout Steel

3. Sub70 has been one of the newcomers floating around that has attracted a lot of buzz from my niche-blade loving friends. I think they are talked about a lot among people like me who play Miura, Grindworks, Artisan or National Custom-type players, but no one I know has pulled the trigger on a set yet. I considered their wedges this season when it was time to buy new ones again, but I fell back on Miura. Obviously the price is more attractive, but that doesn't matter to players who play really high end irons. What I think my friends and I really loved about them in our conversations is that they have a very familiar traditional design, with premium looking millings and finishes. Everything about these clubs looks sexy, but do they perform? That's the big question that I'm wondering. I like to work the ball a lot, and I'm pretty particular on how a club launches and spins. If it doesn't hit the windows I'm expecting, then they're just not right for me. After playing all my life, and a few years on the mini tours when I was younger, I just like what I like. I never fit my swing/impact to suit a club, but rather just keep buying and going through heads until I find something that checks all my boxes. If I had to rank performance characteristics in order, I would say 1) Launch/Flight/Spin 2) Distance Control on different strikes 3) Turf interaction - how it performs when I get too steep and of course 4) Looks, it just has to look like an iron I've played before at address, of which I think these do in spades.

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1). 13.1 - Maple Valley, WA

 

2). TaylorMade RSi2 / 8 iron carry is between 160-165

 

3). have not heard much about the company until now but definitely intrigued by what I have read above 

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1. 12 HCP, Flower Mound, TX

2. Pxg 0211 8i 160~ 

3. Quite a bit. I have spoken with Jason numerous times and also even tested the normal 699's through their testing program. Probably would have bought them if I hadn't just purchased my 0211's.

 

Also have a launch monitor home simulator setup to test on

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Good luck to all who entered, really interesting in the Sub 70 lineup. Actually I just ordered their hybrid to demo. Definitely not worthy of these irons, so I'll be keeping my hands out of this one. Really awesome of Sub 70 to be involved with MyGolfSpy. 

Currently Testing: :benhogan-small: GS53 3 Wood 

In my  :callaway-small: 2019 X-Cart Bag :  

:taylormade-small: M3 10.5* (TENSEI Blue 6R)

Condor Golf 3W 16* 

:mizuno-small: CLK 2017 18* & 22* 

:taylormade-small: M4 Irons 5-PW (KBS MAX 85g Stiff Steel Shafts, Std Length & Lie)

:Sub70: 48* AW

:vokey-small: SM5 56* & SM6 60*

:odyssey-small: White Hot 2 Ball 

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Current Tech:

:918457628_PrecisionPro: NX7 Rangefinder

:skycaddie: LX5 GPS Smartwatch

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  1. Handicap and Location. - I am currently a 7.6 index and live in the Houston Texas area.
     
  2. Current Irons and 8-iron distance. - I currently play Pxg irons and Callaway PM wedges. My 8 iron distance is 160-170
  3. What do you know about Sub70. - I know that it is a Midwest company founded in the principals of the small golf shop being higher quality clubs at a good price. The founder prides himself on the performance of his irons. 

I would love the opportunity to be a tester and I have the time to play the irons and submit any feedback needed. I am a veteran & former firefighter who is currently a stay at home dad with a club membership and the ability to play 2 times per week. 
 

 

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1. Handicap 20, Cape Coral, FL (can play all year round)

2. Taylormade 360s (yeah definitely old) 8 iron 135 yds

3. Never heard of sub70 before I seen the story pop up on my phone as I have been in the market looking for irons. The pings intrigued me as I love the black finish, but I haven't pulled the trigger yet because I felt they were out of my price range. Very detail oriented and leave reviews constantly on google for places I visit or products I use.

wyha

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+2.3 Handicap, Elizabethtown, KY

Callaway Apex Pro Smoke, 152

I have tried the demo program with Sub 70, purchased the special edition 50 degree wedge and my son purchased a set of irons. Seems like a great company with outstanding customer service. 

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13.1; Michigan

140 yards - 8 iron

Ping G410 irons

First heard about Sub 70 through MSG.  Their DTC model certainly looks promising.  I was looking at their website yesterday and saw that some of their club models are currently unavailable (sold out) so they must be doing something right.

Driver:  Ping G410 Plus (10.5º; Stiff)

Fwy:  Ping G410 (3 and 5; Regular)

Hybrids: Ping G410 (22º and 26º; Regular)

Irons: Ping G410 (6-U)

Wedges: Ping Glide 3.0 (54º/12º), and Ping Glide 3.o Eye2 (58º/8º)

Putter:  Ping Karsten Anser X

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