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Date Posted: 14:05:29 12/31/13 Tue
Author: jerry (Good to hear...)
Subject: Re: Dropping stokes already
In reply to: Anthony Collyns 's message, "Dropping stokes already" on 21:36:22 12/28/13 Sat

I'm considering getting a set myself. What's your handicap, age and any physical problems. I'm 66 and have a bad knee so I'm looking for help. Did you get woods as well as irons?

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[> [> Re: Dropping stokes already -- Anthony Collyns, 16:39:18 01/01/14 Wed

I'm 48, handicap low twenties, no physical ailments. Wish I had these clubs years ago. Also purchased driver and 5 wood. All high quality and look and feel great. Very happy with purchase.

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[> [> [> Re: Dropping stokes already -- Roy Reed (R2), 22:56:27 01/03/14 Fri

Jerry: One other thing you should check out is the great Nova hybrid iron sets - they are built to the same exacting standards as the regular 1-Irons, but have graphite shafts and wider soles. They are awesome clubs for senior golfers, especially if you have a slower swing speed. There is a link to them on the 1-Iron site (see Hybrids) and they are a little more expensive. One of my students plays them and simply LOVES them. I played regular 1-Irons for several years, and really liked them. I'm 69 now and switched to hybrids a year ago because my swing speed has dropped to about 75mph. Anyway, either way, you won't go wrong. Hit 'em straight! R2

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