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10 hours ago, Sluggo42 said:

With the same head on about 20 shafts, we went thru each one for 3 shots. Things like different grip thickness, different lengths, different stiffnesses, etc, and we looked at all the shot data as well as face contact points, and it was very interesting… 

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That sounds like a great thing to do.  Would love to find a place that would allow you to test different grip size and shaft lengths 

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Wowzza... $220/arrow with stock graphite shaft offerings 😲.  The great news for me is that the Recoil 780's were runner up to the MMT80's.  So, if the ZX5's start acting up, their should be some nice used sticks with the right shaft out there on the market. 

https://mygolfspy.com/ping-i525-irons/

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3 minutes ago, fixyurdivot said:

Wowzza... $220/arrow with stock graphite shaft offerings 😲.  The great news for me is that the Recoil 780's were runner up to the MMT80's.  So, if the ZX5's start acting up, their should be some nice used sticks with the right shaft out there on the market. 

https://mygolfspy.com/ping-i525-irons/

That’s a pretty standard price for graphite and in some cases it’s on the low end. Iirc titleist charges $71/club for the steelfiber. For recoil 95 they used to charge $34, not sure if that went up this year.

Taylomade charges $28 for the lighter mmt shafts and usually $50 for all other graphite.

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Surprised the official thread on these hasn’t been posted. 

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9 minutes ago, RickyBobby_PR said:

That’s a pretty standard price for graphite and in some cases it’s on the low end. Iirc titleist charges $71/club for the steelfiber. For recoil 95 they used to charge $34, not sure if that went up this year.

Taylomade charges $28 for the lighter mmt shafts and usually $50 for all other graphite.

It's been known that PING (and many other OEM's) were raising list prices, but this is more than I expected. 

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3 minutes ago, fixyurdivot said:

It's been known that PING (and many other OEM's) were raising list prices, but this is more than I expected. 

Not sure how it could be unexpected when on page 1 @Golfspy_CG2posted they will be priced like p790 and apex but not as high as i59.

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2 hours ago, fixyurdivot said:

Wowzza... $220/arrow with stock graphite shaft offerings 😲.  The great news for me is that the Recoil 780's were runner up to the MMT80's.  So, if the ZX5's start acting up, their should be some nice used sticks with the right shaft out there on the market. 

https://mygolfspy.com/ping-i525-irons/

That's the Suggested Retail.  Price.  Actual selling Price at most locations will be the $1499 steel and $1599 graphite, for  a set of 8 irons.    So less than $200 a club for graphite and about $187.50 for steel.

 

 

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2 hours ago, PMookie said:

Surprised the official thread on these hasn’t been posted. 

I haven't gottten the official press release.  The main page blog is up, but I didn't want to just copy and paste that.

 

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24 minutes ago, Golfspy_CG2 said:

That's the Suggested Retail.  Price.  Actual selling Price at most locations will be the $1499 steel and $1599 graphite, for  a set of 8 irons.    So less than $200 a club for graphite and about $187.50 for steel.

 

 

That's a wee bit better.  In the grand scheme of things, for folks that really love the game and spend the coin for fittings and improving their games, it's not a huge deal but I suspect it might move others towards lower priced DTC options. Bottom-line is that we consumers are going to shoulder the burdens/losses from the pandemic.  Meanwhile, Bob Parson's is having fire sales 🤪.

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I will definitely have to try an i525 3 and 4 iron.  They look really sweet. This could be another expensive year for new equipment! 🤣

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Man, with all the good looking clubs coming out this year... I think I need one of these:

 

 

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Many are going to spend regardless of the selling price.  However, that doesn't mean that it justifies it.  $1499 is just a bridge too far.  Is that 5-PW or 4-PW?  I mean, I'm as guilty as anyone for spending on clubs regardless... but there is a breaking point for everyone where they just say it's far too much money to spend on a set of irons when you still have to buy woods, wedges and putters.  Just my opinion. 

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3 minutes ago, BNewton51 said:

Many are going to spend regardless of the selling price.  However, that doesn't mean that it justifies it.  $1499 is just a bridge too far.  Is that 5-PW or 4-PW?  I mean, I'm as guilty as anyone for spending on clubs regardless... but there is a breaking point for everyone where they just say it's far too much money to spend on a set of irons when you still have to buy woods, wedges and putters.  Just my opinion. 

That’s for 8 clubs. They are retailing for $187 that’s $1 more than the t series per club and $2 more per club than apex 21.

P790 are $1299 for 4-p

Even Srixon has crept into the $1200 for a set.

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2 minutes ago, RickyBobby_PR said:

That’s for 8 clubs. They are retailing for $187 that’s $1 more than the t series per club and $2 more per club than apex 21.

P790 are $1299 for 4-p

Even Srixon has crept into the $1200 for a set.

Good clarification!

I think I still stand behind the statement though.  I mean, I like so many here, have the same sickness and will spend on clubs regardless of the prices.  But when the USGA, PGA, and Golf Manufacturers in general speak of growing the game I find it a hard pill to swallow when we see the ever increasing prices.  Now, I know many are going to say inflation, costs are surely more on their end and they have to profit, etc... But when I think of someone knew coming in the game and getting caught by the bug.. They're in most cases unless they have a lot of expendable cash going to resort to the second hand used market more than they are going to go to the new market because of the price points growing like they are.  

Regardless, they're beautiful clubs that I can't take away from them nor would I.  I just see the price increases by all these different OEMs and think wow that's salty. 

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4 minutes ago, BNewton51 said:

Good clarification!

I think I still stand behind the statement though.  I mean, I like so many here, have the same sickness and will spend on clubs regardless of the prices.  But when the USGA, PGA, and Golf Manufacturers in general speak of growing the game I find it a hard pill to swallow when we see the ever increasing prices.  Now, I know many are going to say inflation, costs are surely more on their end and they have to profit, etc... But when I think of someone knew coming in the game and getting caught by the bug.. They're in most cases unless they have a lot of expendable cash going to resort to the second hand used market more than they are going to go to the new market because of the price points growing like they are.  

Regardless, they're beautiful clubs that I can't take away from them nor would I.  I just see the price increases by all these different OEMs and think wow that's salty. 

Unfortunately it’s inflation and supply chain issues. Most people can’t afford to buy a house right now because the price. Cars are getting outrageous so yeah it’s definitely something that will impact who can buy but even before that prices were on the rise. As golfers we have been spoiled with low prices and many forget how drivers were $500 in the late 90s. Technology and manufacturing is changing. Let’s take Callaway and their use of AI. That isn’t something cheap to use and they are using it for all the woods now. Then we look at graphite shafts and they are moving to better materials every year and that’s going to impact prices to an extent.

The pxg effect has been felt in the industry now and they saw how they were able to sell clubs at a higher price point. The first couple years of pxg that effect wasn’t there but Callaway jumped in the train with the epic irons. Now everyone is in the $1000+ for iron sets. 

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29 minutes ago, BNewton51 said:

Many are going to spend regardless of the selling price.  However, that doesn't mean that it justifies it.  $1499 is just a bridge too far.  Is that 5-PW or 4-PW?  I mean, I'm as guilty as anyone for spending on clubs regardless... but there is a breaking point for everyone where they just say it's far too much money to spend on a set of irons when you still have to buy woods, wedges and putters.  Just my opinion. 

A driver circa 1978 would cost over $1000 in today dollars. If you look at the history of club prices, yes they have always been expensive, however compared to almost every other product out there their price has actually come down not up. 

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1 hour ago, THEZIPR23 said:

A driver circa 1978 would cost over $1000 in today dollars. If you look at the history of club prices, yes they have always been expensive, however compared to almost every other product out there their price has actually come down not up. 

And the thing is **most** people are not buying new iron sets each year or even every other year. We're an anomaly.

I don't think it's all that uncommon for people to hang onto iron sets for 10-12 years if they are not gearheads. Driver may see more turnover, but I know plenty of serious golfers that don't tinker with their bags.

Even at $1,500/set, over five years at 20 rounds per year, that's $300/year or $15/round to use the clubs. If I'm a casual golfer spending $1,500 for irons, I'm not playing goat pastures, I'm likely paying $50+ for a round and $30 in drinks. $15 isn't much to add.

Regardless, this release is very intriguing, especially in the retro spec lofts. Seems like such a configuration would split the forgiveness vs. loft jacking issue so many players distance irons have.

I know Ping has been a long-time contributor to MGS Forum tests and really, really hope these are a testing opportunity this year.

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5 minutes ago, edingc said:

And the thing is **most** people are not buying new iron sets each year or even every other year. We're an anomaly.

I don't think it's all that uncommon for people to hang onto iron sets for 10-12 years if they are not gearheads. Driver may see more turnover, but I know plenty of serious golfers that don't tinker with their bags.

Even at $1,500/set, over five years at 20 rounds per year, that's $300/year or $15/round to use the clubs. If I'm a casual golfer spending $1,500 for irons, I'm not playing goat pastures, I'm likely paying $50+ for a round and $30 in drinks. $15 isn't much to add.

Regardless, this release is very intriguing, especially in the retro spec lofts. Seems like such a configuration would split the forgiveness vs. loft jacking issue so many players distance irons have.

I know Ping has been a long-time contributor to MGS Forum tests and really, really hope these are a testing opportunity this year.

I have to agree with you there, and then even for some of the bigger gear heads, irons seem to have the most staying power in the bag.  Drivers and Putters might be flipped weekly, but the middle of the bag seems to stay a bit longer.  

At least that's what I've noticed, could be wrong.

These are an intriguing release.  I'll want to take a swing and give them a look.

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37 minutes ago, edingc said:

And the thing is **most** people are not buying new iron sets each year or even every other year. We're an anomaly.

I don't think it's all that uncommon for people to hang onto iron sets for 10-12 years if they are not gearheads. Driver may see more turnover, but I know plenty of serious golfers that don't tinker with their bags.

Even at $1,500/set, over five years at 20 rounds per year, that's $300/year or $15/round to use the clubs. If I'm a casual golfer spending $1,500 for irons, I'm not playing goat pastures, I'm likely paying $50+ for a round and $30 in drinks. $15 isn't much to add.

Regardless, this release is very intriguing, especially in the retro spec lofts. Seems like such a configuration would split the forgiveness vs. loft jacking issue so many players distance irons have.

I know Ping has been a long-time contributor to MGS Forum tests and really, really hope these are a testing opportunity this year.

I see lots of old iron sets and wedges in bash with the random people I get paired with and driver is squally anywhere from 1-5 years old and fairway is the same even if the driver is new or relatively new

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Irons definitely stick around in people's bags.  I just replaced mine this season after almost 10 years of playing RocketBladez.    I see people with something much older like ping eye 2's and TM burner irons all the time.

 

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