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  1. Every now and then I'll get a question from somebody asking why every club in my bag is JDM but my driving iron. And I have to say it's because I've tried everything I could get my hands on and nothing has been able to kick this five year old Cally forged 18-degree prototype out. And while I'll always have a soft spot for the line drive ropes that the Cally has delivered for me over the years, I do believe there is finally a new sheriff in town. I put the 2016 A-Grind CMB 18-degree in my bag this week after Chris shafted it up for me with that new Crazy STP hybrid shaft (that I also LOVE in my A-Grind 23 hybrid...), and wow, this thing is money! Butter soft but tight as the 42nd virgin, it sends out rising line drives both off the tee and the deck. While many JDM driving irons could do one or the other well for me, I never came across one that performed in both areas like the Cally. Until this baby. Long, straight, easy to hit, smooth and smoother in combo with the fabulous new blackout stepped carbon Crazy UT shaft. I used it off the tee on a blind Par 4 at my course, and later on our long finishing Par 5 closing hole whose fairway tilts hard to water on one side, but has an overhanging tree limb up the high side right in the way of a high second shot. Bingo on both! Anyone looking for some new love from a driving iron, I do not hesitate to recommend this setup with the A-Grind. Once again, my huge thanks to Ako-san and Chris for turning me on to his amazing subtle designs. PS. I'll try and post some pics. I was so anxious to get it out to the course and into my bag that I didn't take any.
  2. Miura Giken Driving Iron - IC6001 Very hard to find forged internal cavity. Quite easy to play and a lot easier than normal long irons without looking like a game improvement. Works quite well from turf as well.. Thin top line and typical Miura feel! Details: - Loft: 18 degree - Shaft: KBS Tour-V - Flex: Stiff - Pure Grip Condition: very good, only very minimal signs of use. Price: 150 net to me. Location is Germany.
  3. DRIVING IRON SALE [ ALL SOLD ] to a great TSG'er... Thanks to him, and thanks TSG... all three of these are pristine beauties, hit once (or less...) whole lot for $275 PayPal/US otherwise individually priced below HONMA TW-4 --- $110 Vizard UT-850 Stiff shaft, Tour Velvet grip YONEX ZERO 18-deg --- $110 Hiskei Custom Carbon Light UT shaft, TSG Tour Velvet grip MIURA GIKEN IC-2003 MG SPECIAL EDITION Inner Cavity Type 3 - HEAD ONLY --- $110 one of a kind, out of production, collector's item PayPal US
  4. Honma TW-U Tour World driving iron 24-deg 4-iron with Vizard UT850 S shaft Honma's premiere utility driving iron perfect shape, used one round $189 paypal net of shipping PM me with any questions
  6. -First up is a Jbeam 435 head only... 10.5* ... full disclosure ... there is a small scratch on the back of the crown... tried to capture in picture but its very faint .... COMES WITH THE WEIGHT KIT and Head Cover PICTURED SOLDD -Next up is ON OFF 2012? 3 iron with tour issued KBS tour stiff shaft and No1 Grip... ASKING $125 Shipped ConUS