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Hey guys,

I was hoping I could get some opinions from the crowd.  I live in a relatively small town and the only "club fitter" within two hours is a dicks sporting goods. I recently hit on their monitor but the guy working it didn't sound confident in his suggestions. What he told me was based off my handicap he wanted to suggest some game improvement irons (919 hot metals, taylormade M5, and some pings) but because I have a fast swing, high ball flight, and hit the ball relatively long already he thought I should consider some players clubs (as he called them).  Unfortunately I didn't have much time to go through more clubs that day but plan on going back in the next couple weeks.  My question for y'all is next time I go back what clubs would y'all suggest I try?  Forgiveness is my top priority I want to enjoy the one or two rounds I play a month, and just want to limit my miss hits.  Is there such a thing as a game improvement club for someone who already has a high ball flight and plenty of distance?

About me: 

20 handicap - Do not see improvement happening anytime soon only play once or twice a month. No range time.

7-iron 170 yards with a high ball flight using ping i3's

Driver swing speed was around 115mph

Iron's are my weakness I'm usually 5-10 feet left or right of the green.

Thank you in advance for any suggestions or opinions.  

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Based on some of the factors you mentioned,  I would suggest looking at Ping i210, Titleist 718 AP3, Mizuno JPX 919 Hot Metal Pro... all mid-handicap irons, keeping a level of workability with some forgiveness.

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The above are good mid handicap irons.  But you ask for forgiveness, the next level down will help you more there, especially given you are missing left AND right.   

So consider any of the following.  Titleist T300, PING G410 or even 710, Cobra SpeedZone, Callaway MAVRIK and Taylormade SIM

if you want to save some money and go used or preowned route until you get more consistent, nothing wrong with that idea, so consider.

Titleist AP1, PING G400, Cobra F9, Callaway Rogue and Taylormade M6.   The Mizuno JPX 919 Hot Metal is a very good between option.  Playable enough for a higher cap, but looks good enough to be a mid cappers delight.  They are out of stock at Mizuno, but can be found all over Ebay if you know your specs.

 

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:titelist-small: TSi1 Aldila Ascent 40G shaft

:titelist-small: TSi2 18 FW with GD AD IZ 6 Shaft

:titelist-small: TSi1 20 and 23 degree hybrids Aldila Ascent Shafts R

:titelist-small: T300 5-P Tensei  R flex shaft 1/4 long 

:titelist-small: SM8 48F/54/58 D Grinds 

:ping-small: Tyne 4 

:titelist-small: ProV1X Play number 12

 

 

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I'm in a similar boat, FL_Mullet and I wish I could offer more advice, but I'd like to add a few questions to yours. I don't mean to hijack your post, my apologies if this turns into that.

With COVID shutdowns I'm playing more and I'm very drawn toward new irons. I'm playing irons that are 12/14 years old (Nickent 3DX Pro). I certainly don't hate them, but I have to think that there are better products out there than what I'm hitting today that would make a substantial impact to my game immediately and make the 3-4 rounds/month substantially more enjoyable. 

My hesitation with getting fit is that I know I can't afford to buy the clubs from the guy doing the fitting and I'm not sure how committed they'll be to helping without the potential sale (i.e. your Dick's example above). I'll have to buy gently used to afford a "new" set . I'm also looking for something that will help me today, straight out of the gate, but that I won't regret in 10 years (as that seems to be my cadence for replacement) so I liked the previous suggestion of Mizuno's JPX 919 Hot Metal as an "in betweener" for that reason. 
 

I think the previous comments listed brands/clubs I'm very interested in from everything I've read, but I'd be curious what the rest of the forum thinks about just skipping the fitting and buying used, untested? Is that totally crazy? Throwing away money?

Or are my clubs so dated that nearly anything and everything would be an improvement? Or are clubs like the Mizunos (or insert brand) so good that almost any 20 handicapper would hit them well?

Thanks!

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Driver: :callaway-small: GBB Epic Sub Zero 10.5* X-Stiff -- Currently borrowing an Epic Flash, as the GBB was damaged during practice, and loving it
3 Wood: :callaway-small: Epic Flash 3W X-Stiff
Irons: Nickent 3DX Pro 3-PW Stiff
Wedges: :titelist-small: Vokey Spin Milled 52.08* , 56.10* :cleveland-small: CG16 60.12*
Putter: :odyssey-small: WhiteHot RX-7
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CD.  You asked for other opinions.  But if you don't mind another one from me.  I'll share an additional thought.  

We always advocate getting fit here.  We're a forum of golf nerds.  That's what we do and it's certainly beneficial. 

That said.  Probably 90% of golf club purchases are bought right off the rack with no or trial let alone a fitting.   And you know what, probably 95% of those work out just fine.  

Most of us who shout "get fit" from the mountain top have bought plenty of times blindly.  

The most important thing in this approach is getting something that fits your level.  Every one of the GI I mentioned above will.  And so will the prior version of each of those.

Then it comes down to shaft. Again the stock shaft at standard length is going to fit the majority of golfers.   You should have an idea if you want stiff or regular or senior shafts.   But more important than that is actual weight.  The typical R is going to be somewhere between 90 and 105 and typical S between 95 and 110.  

Those are very vague generalities.   But gives you an idea if you are looking at used or new. 

So all that said.   Don't feel like you are going to crazy and it's not throwing money away if you go this route as long as you do a little due diligence on what you feel you can handle, based on what you have now.  

Any of those clubs you're not going to outgrow if your desire is to keep clubs for 7-10 years. 

Hope this helps a bit. 

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:titelist-small: TSi1 Aldila Ascent 40G shaft

:titelist-small: TSi2 18 FW with GD AD IZ 6 Shaft

:titelist-small: TSi1 20 and 23 degree hybrids Aldila Ascent Shafts R

:titelist-small: T300 5-P Tensei  R flex shaft 1/4 long 

:titelist-small: SM8 48F/54/58 D Grinds 

:ping-small: Tyne 4 

:titelist-small: ProV1X Play number 12

 

 

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Haha, I didn't mean to exclude you from offering additional opinions! I appreciate the advice.

I think getting fitted makes sense and dialing in on those handful of GI brands/models is right where I need to be. As I read more about fitting it seems that you can go through that process without extreme pressure to buy via the fit service. After some searching through forums here there are apparently plenty of places that offer it as a service, though, to the OP's point, geography plays a factor there. 

Thanks again for the guidance!  
 

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Driver: :callaway-small: GBB Epic Sub Zero 10.5* X-Stiff -- Currently borrowing an Epic Flash, as the GBB was damaged during practice, and loving it
3 Wood: :callaway-small: Epic Flash 3W X-Stiff
Irons: Nickent 3DX Pro 3-PW Stiff
Wedges: :titelist-small: Vokey Spin Milled 52.08* , 56.10* :cleveland-small: CG16 60.12*
Putter: :odyssey-small: WhiteHot RX-7
Ball: Testing Snell MTB-Black & MTB-X
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The key is to be honest about it with the fitter. Tell him you just want to pay for the fitting and the data, as your friend builds your clubs.
They usually charge between $50-100 for a fitting and the data is yours to do whatever you want.

If you buy new irons every 10 years, then I personally would go for the fitting to be sure it's 100% the best purchase. Even then, you gotta consider how your swing might evolve in the 10 year span and then it's back to the drawboard.

I've been playing for 10 years and every 3-4 years I'm fit into a different shaft (KBS Tour then PX and now Modus3).

Alternatively, by looking at the top of your bag, if you know the driver and 3W are working well for you, you can take those as a baseline for shaft selection, not as good as a fiting but better than a wild guess.

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:taylormade-small: JetSpeed 5W 19* w/ Matrix Velox T 69 S OR :adams-small: Super LS 3H 19* w/ Kuro Kage Black 80 S
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7 hours ago, Kanoito said:

The key is to be honest about it with the fitter. Tell him you just want to pay for the fitting and the data, as your friend builds your clubs.
They usually charge between $50-100 for a fitting and the data is yours to do whatever you want.

If you buy new irons every 10 years, then I personally would go for the fitting to be sure it's 100% the best purchase. Even then, you gotta consider how your swing might evolve in the 10 year span and then it's back to the drawboard.

 

As I continue to think about it, I think that's the best course of action. Get fit, be up front about it, gather the data and try to find what I want in used clubs for a cost savings. I think given my general timeline it's especially relevant since I won't want to go back to the drawing board sooner than I need to. That's why I posed the question about "outgrowing" something. Is a fit so specific that as a swing evolves and improves the fit is no longer accurate?

I'm sure in some cases the answer would be yes, but I also have to assume that looking at game improvement irons will allow for some wiggle room there. 

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Driver: :callaway-small: GBB Epic Sub Zero 10.5* X-Stiff -- Currently borrowing an Epic Flash, as the GBB was damaged during practice, and loving it
3 Wood: :callaway-small: Epic Flash 3W X-Stiff
Irons: Nickent 3DX Pro 3-PW Stiff
Wedges: :titelist-small: Vokey Spin Milled 52.08* , 56.10* :cleveland-small: CG16 60.12*
Putter: :odyssey-small: WhiteHot RX-7
Ball: Testing Snell MTB-Black & MTB-X
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3 minutes ago, cdstall said:

As I continue to think about it, I think that's the best course of action. Get fit, be up front about it, gather the data and try to find what I want in used clubs for a cost savings. I think given my general timeline it's especially relevant since I won't want to go back to the drawing board sooner than I need to. That's why I posed the question about "outgrowing" something. Is a fit so specific that as a swing evolves and improves the fit is no longer accurate?

I'm sure in some cases the answer would be yes, but I also have to assume that looking at game improvement irons will allow for some wiggle room there. 

I'll try to give a short answer for once.

A  lot of specs that result form a fitting such as loft or lie can usually be easily adjusted without great trouble or expense if your swing changes/evolves.   Even weight can be worked with a bit with things such as tip weights or lead tape or grips etc.   So that isn't something you should really worry about.      Unless you go through a major swing evolution as a result of lesson and everything about your swing and delivery changes.   Then maybe an updated fitting might might be needed.  

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:titelist-small: TSi1 Aldila Ascent 40G shaft

:titelist-small: TSi2 18 FW with GD AD IZ 6 Shaft

:titelist-small: TSi1 20 and 23 degree hybrids Aldila Ascent Shafts R

:titelist-small: T300 5-P Tensei  R flex shaft 1/4 long 

:titelist-small: SM8 48F/54/58 D Grinds 

:ping-small: Tyne 4 

:titelist-small: ProV1X Play number 12

 

 

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I have gotten far more value and enjoyment of golf from lessons.  I feel like they are making me more consistent. I would go from being encouraged to quitting the game in consecutive rounds.  Now, when/if I go to get fitted, I will show them a swing that shows up more often than not.  Funny thing is....the better I play, the more I like my clubs.

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:tour-edge:   EXS 3 wood 15 degree Tensei Blue R

:tour-edge:   EXS 5 wood 18 degree  Tensei Blue R

:tour-edge:   EXS 7 wood 21 degree  Tensei Blue R

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25 minutes ago, cdstall said:

As I continue to think about it, I think that's the best course of action. Get fit, be up front about it, gather the data and try to find what I want in used clubs for a cost savings. I think given my general timeline it's especially relevant since I won't want to go back to the drawing board sooner than I need to. That's why I posed the question about "outgrowing" something. Is a fit so specific that as a swing evolves and improves the fit is no longer accurate?

I'm sure in some cases the answer would be yes, but I also have to assume that looking at game improvement irons will allow for some wiggle room there. 

Welcome to the forum! Good to see a fellow Houstonian in here.

Where do you play most?

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:cobra-small: SpeedZone 10.5* Driver 14gm weight in back, Motore X F3 6-S set to +1* draw.

:cobra-small: 14.5* Fairway,  18.5* Fairway   Both with Tensei CK Blue R set to +1* draw.

:cobra-small: SpeedZoneONE 21.5* Hybrid Project X CATALYST 80 6.0

:cobra-small: SpeedZoneONE 5 + 6   KBS Tour 80 R

:cobra-small: SpeedZoneONE 7, 8, 9  KBS Tour 90 R                                     Lamkin Crossline Cord Connect Black Mid-size plus 2 wraps

:cobra-small: SpeedZoneONE P, G, S  KBS Wedge

:cobra-small: King Black ONE 60*  VO8*      True Temper Dynamic Gold Black

:cameron-small:  Special Select Newport 2  34" :scotty-small: Matador grip                                                                                

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Just 2 examples of how my swing evolved and merited a new fitting:

I remember when I first started was swinging the driver about 90mph and my ill-fitted shafts wouldn't load correctly. As years passed by I started gaining SS, so now I'm around 100mph and my current shafts feel much better.

The other one was between my last set and the current gamer. My old irons used to balloon in me so my fitter gave me PX to lower the flight. It was actually a swing flaw as I was scooping the ball at impact. With lessons, I've learned to hit down and compress the ball so now I need a little more launch pairing me with the Modus3.

I'm sure there'll be tons of other variables out there, but if we wait then all out, we'll never be done...

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2 hours ago, daviddvm said:

Welcome to the forum! Good to see a fellow Houstonian in here.

Where do you play most?

I've been hopping around lately- Memorial, Wildcat, Blackhorse, Gus Wortham, etc. I haven't found a great home course. Memorial is the most convenient, but with the $15 booking fee, and cart path only rules it feels like a bit of an overpay and it books up fast. Happy for suggestions of any hidden gems.

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Driver: :callaway-small: GBB Epic Sub Zero 10.5* X-Stiff -- Currently borrowing an Epic Flash, as the GBB was damaged during practice, and loving it
3 Wood: :callaway-small: Epic Flash 3W X-Stiff
Irons: Nickent 3DX Pro 3-PW Stiff
Wedges: :titelist-small: Vokey Spin Milled 52.08* , 56.10* :cleveland-small: CG16 60.12*
Putter: :odyssey-small: WhiteHot RX-7
Ball: Testing Snell MTB-Black & MTB-X
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1 hour ago, cdstall said:

I've been hopping around lately- Memorial, Wildcat, Blackhorse, Gus Wortham, etc. I haven't found a great home course. Memorial is the most convenient, but with the $15 booking fee, and cart path only rules it feels like a bit of an overpay and it books up fast. Happy for suggestions of any hidden gems.

Cypress Lakes is a nice course in that area, but if you are willing to drive aways, Eagle Pointe in Mont Belvieu is not heavily played and very well manicured with lots of elevation changes. Also not a long journey from the west side of Houston is a magnificent course right along the Brazos river. You will need to google map it ... it is off I-10 a ways.

River Ridge Golf Club

3133 Brazos Oak Ln, Sealy, , 77474-7342
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:cobra-small: SpeedZone 10.5* Driver 14gm weight in back, Motore X F3 6-S set to +1* draw.

:cobra-small: 14.5* Fairway,  18.5* Fairway   Both with Tensei CK Blue R set to +1* draw.

:cobra-small: SpeedZoneONE 21.5* Hybrid Project X CATALYST 80 6.0

:cobra-small: SpeedZoneONE 5 + 6   KBS Tour 80 R

:cobra-small: SpeedZoneONE 7, 8, 9  KBS Tour 90 R                                     Lamkin Crossline Cord Connect Black Mid-size plus 2 wraps

:cobra-small: SpeedZoneONE P, G, S  KBS Wedge

:cobra-small: King Black ONE 60*  VO8*      True Temper Dynamic Gold Black

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19 hours ago, Golfspy_CG2 said:

CD.  You asked for other opinions.  But if you don't mind another one from me.  I'll share an additional thought.  

We always advocate getting fit here.  We're a forum of golf nerds.  That's what we do and it's certainly beneficial. 

That said.  Probably 90% of golf club purchases are bought right off the rack with no or trial let alone a fitting.   And you know what, probably 95% of those work out just fine.  

Most of us who shout "get fit" from the mountain top have bought plenty of times blindly.  

The most important thing in this approach is getting something that fits your level.  Every one of the GI I mentioned above will.  And so will the prior version of each of those.

Then it comes down to shaft. Again the stock shaft at standard length is going to fit the majority of golfers.   You should have an idea if you want stiff or regular or senior shafts.   But more important than that is actual weight.  The typical R is going to be somewhere between 90 and 105 and typical S between 95 and 110.  

Those are very vague generalities.   But gives you an idea if you are looking at used or new. 

So all that said.   Don't feel like you are going to crazy and it's not throwing money away if you go this route as long as you do a little due diligence on what you feel you can handle, based on what you have now.  

Any of those clubs you're not going to outgrow if your desire is to keep clubs for 7-10 years. 

Hope this helps a bit. 

Great advice.

I have gotten fit before, but i am also a frequent buy blindly guy as well. Part of the golf hobby for me is buying equipment.

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Cypress Lakes is a nice course in that area, but if you are willing to drive aways, Eagle Pointe in Mont Belvieu is not heavily played and very well manicured with lots of elevation changes. Also not a long journey from the west side of Houston is a magnificent course right along the Brazos river. You will need to google map it ... it is off I-10 a ways.

River Ridge Golf Club

3133 Brazos Oak Ln, Sealy, , 77474-7342


I was just in Mont Belvieu yesterday and drove out by Eagle Pointe and it looked closed...saw some Maintenience staff there but no others in sight and it looked like no pins on the greens.

I’ve heard a lot about the course but never played there and wanted to drive by while I was in the area.




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Based on your price consciousnesss/skill level I would highly recommend the maverick line.  I play Titleist irons, (so not a callaway fan boy)  but have been so impressed by the forgiveness and price point of the mavericks.  Have put them in a fair number of golfers hands to try, ranging from club pros to newer golfers, and have had good feed back.

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If you're looking to save a little money, don't sleep on Sub70 or Maltby.  Both have their fans here at MGS.

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7 hours ago, Perrymr said:

Based on your price consciousnesss/skill level I would highly recommend the maverick line.  I play Titleist irons, (so not a callaway fan boy)  but have been so impressed by the forgiveness and price point of the mavericks.  Have put them in a fair number of golfers hands to try, ranging from club pros to newer golfers, and have had good feed back.

Great suggestion here.  And this is from a Titleist loyalist! 

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:titelist-small: T300 5-P Tensei  R flex shaft 1/4 long 

:titelist-small: SM8 48F/54/58 D Grinds 

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