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TESTERS ANNOUNCED! Sub 70 699 Pro Irons

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1. 9 hcp Pace, Fl 

2. Currently Ping 410. 8 iron 150 yds

3. heard about Sub 70 from My Golf Spy. 

DR Callaway Epic Sub Zero

3W Exotics EX 9

HY Nike Vr Pro 21*

Irons PING G410 5-PW

Wedges Taylormade ATV 50* 54*

Putter PING Sigma 2 Kushin C

Ball Titleist Pro V1


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1. 6 handicap. St. George UT

2. Currently play Wilson staff blades and 8 iron carry 157 yards. 

3. I looked into buying the irons but went with the wilsons instead.  I have a qcquad at home I like to test the different clubs on.

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6.4 hdcp Palm Desert, CA

2 current sets (old)

Hogan Apex plus #5 flex 8 iron 38* carry yds 155

Taylormade 300 forged rifle 6.5 8 iron 39* carry yds150

Very high spin/ High flight

Sub 70... First learned about the company on "No Putts Given".  They are very nice in appearance. I'm interested to know about their construction consistency.  Looked at the small building in IL they are distributed from, they also distribute other small brand clubs.  Cautiously optimistic.   

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1. 13 handicap 

2. Srixon 565 irons. 8 iron distance-165 yards 

3. I know they are a direct to consumer product designed to give customers performance like the big names with a fraction of the price. I have recently converted to direct to consumer golf balls and am a big believer in that business model now. My ball striking had progressed a lot since I bought my game improvement irons so trying out the players distance irons is the next step im looking to take so this would be perfect for me.

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1. Handicap - 6, Augusta, GA

2. Mizuno MP-5, 8 iron 160

3. I've seen them on Instagram and on forums here. I know they're DTC and I've heard nothing but outstanding things about the company, their products and their customer service. I've checked their website out before and I'm very intrigued to see how they'd compare to the big names of the golf world. I'd love to test these clubs out and give my honest opinion. 

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5hdcp from Hilo, HI

I use Bridgestone J36 Blades with an 8-iron distance of 163yds.

i only know them from their aesthetics. Beautiful clubs that I’m interested in testing out their feel and performance.

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  1. Handicap and Location: 12, Riverside California
  2. Current Irons and 8-iron distance: PING G-700, Alta CB +1/2 Regular flex, 8 iron distance 150
  3. What do you know about Sub70?- Only the little I have read on forums. Yet to see or hit one in the wild.

 DRIVER: default_cobra-small.jpg.125f3712aad21ad9f7ca2c672e34a299.jpg  Cobra F-8 set at 10.5,  Aldila NV 2KXV Blue 60 (R) 44 1/2 "

3 & 5 WOOD: default_callaway-small.jpg.a58e7c6760b71a9eb95d385ecc5d2200.jpg Callaway XR-16, Fujikura Speeder Evolution 565 Red (R) 

IRONS 5-SW: default_ping-small.jpg.b7606a25498d65282474c96f18d2debd.jpg PING G-700, 2 upright, std loft  Alta CB (R) + 1/2"

HYBRID 3-4:  default_ping-small.jpg.b7606a25498d65282474c96f18d2debd.jpg PING G-410, 1 upright,  Alta CB 70 Red (R) + 1/2"

PUTTER: Byron Experimental GSS



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  1. Handicap and Location
    1. 5.6, Thousand Oaks, CA
  2. Current Irons and 8-iron distance
    1. Ping S55, Tour Issue DGX100,   165 - 170
  3. What do you know about Sub70?
    1. Very littler other checking out their site after reading this post.   Ping was the last big name brand company to make 17-4 Cast Players irons.  I've been looking for a replacement.  Love Forged, just can't afford to maintain them with all the time I spend on the range and the course.


RH Taylormade SIM2 8* w/ Smoke RDX Blue 60 6.5

Callaway Mavrik SubZero 15* w/ Aldila Rogue White 70x

Taylormade M1 19* , Fujikura 869 Stiff

Ping S55 4-PW,  TT X-100 Tour Issue

Bettinardi  Studio Stock 28

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16 Handicap, Pinehurst, NC

Callaway Steelhead XR - 135 yards

That they make good looking clubs but more importantly they are priced what clubs should be !

Pinehurst NC, a quaint little drinking town with a golfing problem.

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1. 10 Hcp from Portland Oregon

2. Currently gaming P790’s. 8 iron around 168 yds

3. I know they’re a good value club. Was tempted to buy their 639 forged set when I was in the market last year.

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18 hdcp

Denver Co

Heard about 699 but couldn't try them and wanted new clubs during covid.  Bought callaway mavricks.  Love the clubs but just getting used to them.   I would love it since I bought my new clubs the first week of June to try to demo these sub 70s against them and see what happens.  


Thank you

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3.1 Richmond IN

TM P790  8 iron 165

Sub70- they made some of my favorite golf clothing for years and have now rebranded with clubs.  They are making very good equipment at a more reasonable price point.  

Driver:         Taylormade SIM 8^  Shaft: Evolution III 6X

3 Wood:      Titleist  TSi3 13.5^   Shaft:  Project X Smoke Black RDX 6.5

2 Hybrid:     Callaway Mavrik Pro  Shaft: Project X EvenFlow Black 85X

3/5 Hybrid: Titleist 816 H2            Shaft: Mitsubishi Diamana Whiteboard 85X

Irons:           Taylormade P790      Shaft: UST Recoil 110 S (6-PW)

50 Degree: Taylormade P770       Shaft: UST Recoil 110 S

55/60:        Cleveland RTX Zipcore    Shaft: DG Spinner Tour Issue

Putter:        Bettinardi MK Armlock

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3 handicap, Newburgh, Indiana

Taylormade p790s (2017) 160 yard 8 iron

i know that sub 70 is a direct to the consumer brand that makes beautiful clubs. I have seen them much more recently on golf Facebook pages with people buying them. I also have watched a few reviews of them online with the most recent being TGX. I’d love to test them as I’m looking to replace my p790s.  

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1. 25 handicap in St. Louis MO

2. Ping G20 with a 8 iron to 160

3. I haven’t heard too much about them, expect what has been on mygolfspy.com in the past. But being able to come in under the price point of “main stream” brands and still having the solid performance that you would expect from a more well known brand is what the industry needs. Flashier isn’t always better. Hopefully these clubs can get newer, younger players into the game without sacrificing distance and control for the price point. 

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