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  1. SOLD US$ 450 shipped or US$ 350 Heads Only, shipped Beautiful set of Miura Tournament Blade irons (5-9), with Miura 1957 Y series pitching wedge (48 degrees). Near perfect condition, hardly used at all. Complete with: - Nippon special edition red Modus3 Tour105 shafts, regular; - Iomic 2.3 Sticky grips. All forged, purchased directly from official Hong Kong Miura dealer, built in Japan. Price includes worldwide air mail shipping with international tracking and insurance.
  2. US$400 shipped US$ 300 heads only, shipped Beautiful composite set of Miura irons, 6-8 are cavity back CB57s, 9 and PW are MB001 Blades. Excellent condition, very low use, bought from official Hong Kong ealer and built in Japan. Complete with: - Nippon Modus3 Tour130 regular shafts; - Iomic 2.3 Sticky grips. All forged, no dings or damage, any further photos supplied on demand. Price includes worldwide air mail shipping with international tracking and insurance.
  3. Spent a cpl of hours at the range yesterday they had an industry day there about 30diff co.to try their new models out. mizuno.prgr.diamana,dead or alive epon,Bridgestone srixons , metal factory ,u get it ,everyone. a cpl of real eye openers but the one that really caught my eye was the zodia mbs. spent half an hour with the guys from the co, and hit their irons wedges and driver. well I'm impressed, almost zero offset or gooseneck as they like to call it brushed chrome finish that is easily changeable to different finishes, and a very interesting look,high toe longer club head thin sole thin top line. Really really beautiful feel imstantly taken to them hem will be getting a set this season for sure. They were the standouts forged in Himeji g index is superb by what these turned out like was immediately ok I'm in. then the driver looks like the onoff Shingo 358 and roddio s-tuning had a baby this is what came out.stylish... very very stylish,unfortunately like every other driver it's MIC so a little let down but only a bit bec this is really nice head with awsome feel. kuokage 65x in it but t10.5deg it was miles to high for me.but I got the drift and the drift was good!!! wedges they do plenty of wedges in all manner of necks And the flat ground sole as a rule but very very addictive shape classy looking incredible feel highly impressed by what i hit but the mbs were the standouts.
  4. stockstocker

    SOLD

    MINT set of Yonex N1-MB, 5-PW, Modus Tour 125 in Stiff. Standard L/L/L Blue PerfectPro grips Price is USD 700$$ ORBO ----now 650$ firm-----and includes shipping/PayPal to North America Send through any questions!!!
  5. stockstocker

    SOld

    sold Beautiful set of Miura CB1007s with Modus 130 shafts in stiff and new CP2 Midsize grips straight in. Play off about 38.25in 5 iron (see photo) with standard loft and lie although I have no way to confirm this. See photos for condition. Is a nick in 7iron toe (see photo) - doesn't affect their ability to produce soft, delicious, penetrating shots!! Really great irons here! Price includes postage to most of North America as well as PayPal. Please PM me if outside for shipping costs - may vary. Pick up in Toronto welcome. I have lots of feedback on eBay for reference if wanted (just PM me). Cheers!!
  6. octo87

    Onoff iron trial

    Hi guys, For the past weeks, I've been trying to build my bag. Currently, I'm comparing the two onoff forged irons with the same exact shaft spec. Both are nice but I felt that the older version seems to have more "solid" feel. Now, I'm debating which one i should bag. I'm curious if someone other also found the same stuffs as I did. looking forward for your comments. cheers, O
  7. First time poster here, Greetings TSG! I need help in identifying the year and lofts to these Yamaha Inpres GRX irons. Couldn't seem to find much information on the old Yamaha catalogues or anywhere else online. I know for sure these are not 2008. A guy at the local driving range had me try some, and it was the probably the best feeling club I ever swung. Tried the 6, and it was LONG and FORGIVING, lofts are probably jacked up strong. I just want to know how strong.
  8. DelaHoya

    WTB: OnOff Forged 2013 Iron Set

    Looking to buy a complete set of 2013's Forged models. Head only or Regular shafted. Ugly head or bagchatting welcome Please msg me.
  9. Up for sale is Epon i-33 putter, 34" length, Brand NEW condition. Never gamed and just sat in my putter rack. I just couldn't get myself to use this. Asking $old net shipped CONUS or best offer. Trade interest include Epon AF Tour CB heads 3-PW only.
  10. Looking to sell my Fourteen TC-710 forged irons with NSPro95. 5-PW stock lies and length. Its geared for players who want forgiveness combined with workability. The softness is addictive. Good condition. 8.5/10. Looking at $650, excludes shipping. Trades can be discussed. Feel free to pm. Thanks / Mep
  11. 1. im using mizuno mp52 and looking for an upgrade to either Epon 302 or Onoff forged. 2. can anyone recommend the better one and diff between those set? how about the offset etc? 3. i travel alot between singapore and jakarta, any golf shop that sell epon or onoff? 4. wheres the best clubfitting place in singapore or jakarta? tks
  12. Hi TSG members! New member here, coming back to golf after a full one year absence. Golf bag got stolen in December 2012, Epon Type J, Scotty, RC... all gone... Been travelling a lot, bumb left wrist, never really got back to the game until now. Been following the forum and TSG website for a couple of months, and deciding to dig in again for a full set of clubs! A shop in BKK is selling a set of GT Tour Forged, armed with Matrix Program 95 and a set of ONOFF 2013 Forged, factory Daiwa graphite shaft. ONOFF about 300 USD more expensive. (5-PW) I've been reading a lot about the ONOFFs, and found quite rave reviews. Unfortunately, the Geotechs are not so much talked about. Maybe some members can shed some light here... just wanted some candid feedback from users of the club. FYI, I was a 4-6 HDCP, and played with blades and CBS, mid flight, 98-103 mph clubhead speed. Thanks Thanks!
  13. 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flashVars="videoId=256873700002&playerID=95709647001&playerKey=AQ~~,AAAAFngB6oE~,TZFWcDk-TqIOH2WHbCgmfM8jfJRoh55s&domain=embed&dynamicStreaming=true" base="http://admin.brightcove.co.jp" name="flashObj" width="486" height="412" seamlesstabbing="false" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowFullScreen="true" swLiveConnect="true" allowScriptAccess="always" pluginspage="http://www.macromedia.com/shockwave/download/index.cgi?P1_Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash"></embed></object> <object id="flashObj" width="486" height="412" classid="clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000" codebase="http://download.macromedia.com/pub/shockwave/cabs/flash/swflash.cab#version=9,0,47,0"><param name="movie" value="http://c.brightcove.co.jp/services/viewer/federated_f9?isVid=1" /><param name="bgcolor" value="#FFFFFF" /><param name="flashVars" value="videoId=256873701002&playerID=95709647001&playerKey=AQ~~,AAAAFngB6oE~,TZFWcDk-TqIOH2WHbCgmfM8jfJRoh55s&domain=embed&dynamicStreaming=true" /><param name="base" value="http://admin.brightcove.co.jp" /><param name="seamlesstabbing" value="false" /><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true" /><param name="swLiveConnect" value="true" /><param name="allowScriptAccess" value="always" /><embed src="http://c.brightcove.co.jp/services/viewer/federated_f9?isVid=1" bgcolor="#FFFFFF" flashVars="videoId=256873701002&playerID=95709647001&playerKey=AQ~~,AAAAFngB6oE~,TZFWcDk-TqIOH2WHbCgmfM8jfJRoh55s&domain=embed&dynamicStreaming=true" base="http://admin.brightcove.co.jp" name="flashObj" width="486" height="412" seamlesstabbing="false" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowFullScreen="true" swLiveConnect="true" allowScriptAccess="always" pluginspage="http://www.macromedia.com/shockwave/download/index.cgi?P1_Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash"></embed></object> Our custom Mizuno program is in full swing now and we started taking orders last month. Customer orders are beginning to roll in now and I will blog about each order but also post a pic or two of each club and its specs here as well as some of my impressions. Forum member jimmieboi's MP-69 are up first. First time seeing the Twilight finish in person. It's like a dark chrome finish that looks different from every angle. I am usually not a fan of mirror chrome but this Twilight is quite classy, Especially since jimmieboi asked for no paintfill except his name (sky blue name to match sky blue iomics). Beautiful iron! More photos here: http://www.golftoimp...twilight-mp-69/ Next up are Craig's MP69 with W sole grind and the beautiful double nickel satin. This is how satin should be done. Mizuno blue paintfill, white for CRAIG. are all a nice touch. More photos here: http://www.golftoimp...e-nickel-mp-69/ Up next are Doug's MP-69 and MP R12 Wedges. Doug is one of the first to go for the black with gloss finish. He went with less offset in the irons and had a 60 and 54* wedge changed to 59 and 53* and Mizuno even restamped the lofts for him. Will add the blog link in a bit. Up next are Ed's MP-69 done in a very classy Double Nickel Bright. No grain flow forged and no paintfill in any of the logos except for the stamping MINT done in gold paintfill. Here are Dr. H's Double Nickel Bright MP-69. W sole grind and no paintfill in the logos. Dr. H done with purple paintfill. Look awesome! More info and lots more photos on the blog! http://www.golftoimp...l-bright-mp-69/ Here are vistancia's Twilight MP-59! The First MP-59 set and they look awesome! More on the blog here with many more pics: http://www.golftoimp...twilight-mp-59/ We got our first set of custom MP-33 irons thanks to Mike. Beautiful Double Nickel Satin in 2-PW!!! and matching 3 set MP R12 wedges. More photos here on the blog: http://www.golftoimp...-mp-r12-wedges/ We got our first set of custom MP-64 in thanks to Peter. Another great double nickel satin finish with less offset and a rounder sole to prevent digging. Matching MP R12 Wedges too. Both shafted with Mamiya ATTAS 7 irons shafts! More on the blog soon! Here is another awesome set, and our first set of custom MP-63 from Yoro. This is in fact Dr. H's second set! More on the blog soon! Here is another set of MP-64! We've got an awesome set of black gloss MP-69 for SAVANT... great idea to do no paintifill with the black! Chin's amazing Twilight MP64 and MPR12 Wedges just came in with no paintifll!
  14. <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/DSCF0369.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/DSCF0369.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-23423" alt="DSCF0369" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/DSCF0369.jpg" ></a> When it comes to choosing a a forged iron with all around performance, there are so many models to choose from. Brands in Japan all have at least one model that targets a wide range of golfers with premium forged feel plus ease of use. These type of irons appeal to not only improving golfers but even better golfers looking for some extra forgiveness. Average golfers eye these models as their chance to play a nice forged cavity back that can bring their game to the next level. Year in and year out models like the ONOFF Forged, Titleist VG3 Forged, Yamaha V Forged, XXIO Forged have really done well in that overlapping target range. As an average and improving golfer who appreciates not only quality forged irons but also design and the technology put into clubs today, I am always on the search every season for those forged irons that do everything well. Too many times these days do I have golfers email me and tell me they have an 18 handicap and are wanting a set of blades. Golf is not an easy game, choosing the right clubs to fit each player can help a player improve and make the game much more enjoyable. Choosing a club that is beyond the level of a golfer can make the game down right frustrating. As much as I would love to play a sexy set of blades and I understand the concept of a "challenge", I also have to face the fact that I need as much forgiveness and distance I can get as a slower swinger and improving golfer. Many get enamored by the pure feel and design of a muscle back and its promises of great control and workability. These promises are true as long as you can strike the iron well. Many cavity backs today can also provide premium forged feel but with features that help mere mortals make great shots. <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/DSCF0366.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-23422" alt="DSCF0366" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/DSCF0366.jpg"></a> I've gone through all the usual suspects before, gaming the ONOFF Forged and Titleist VG3 as well as the Yamaha V Forged (2011 model) for extended periods of time. These 3 irons may very well be the benchmark of an average sized forged cavity back that appeals to both sides of the skills spectrum. I decided this year it was time to buck the trend and try something not so mainstream. Golf enthusiast boutique brand Romaro Sports has been growing as an increasingly popular brand here at TSG and is in fact one of the leading component brands in Japan. We have long felt their products are under appreciated and very underrated. Back in February we visited Romaro at the Japan Golf Fair where they showcased their new Type R lineup. The Type R currently includes Fairway Woods, a Utility and a set of forged irons (Type R drivers are also slated for later this summer!). Romaro has always been know as a brand with a focus on the athlete and better golfer so with the introduction of this Type R line, came a new appeal to those who wanted more forgiving clubs with an emphasis on easy launch and big distance. The woods now featured new forged variable cup Ti face and a deeper and lower CG thanks to the use of the HX weight. This helps get the ball in the air and produce a higher but stronger trajectory than the previous Ray FW and UT. What really stood out to me though was the new Ray V Forged Type R iron. I loved they way it looked and the improvements Romaro had made so I waited for months before deciding on this years irons in my bag so I could get my hands on the Type R. <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/DSCF0362.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-23420" alt="DSCF0362" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/DSCF0362.jpg"></a> I decided that the new V Forged Type R would be my forgiving forged cavity back for this season based on the following criteria. 1. A soft forged iron 2. Mid sized or smaller 3. A good amount of technology 4. Bordering on automatic (ie easy to use and great distance... just point and shoot) 5. Could be built the way I wanted them Romaro being a components company, offers its clubs as heads only which allows in turn for them to be built to each customers specs with shafts and grips of their choice. While most manufacturers and brands today do offer custom options there are always limitations to what shafts and grips can be used and how much they will bend lie or loft. I knew that if this set was to be my gamers for the year they would need to be built exactly the way I wanted them. My first choice for a shaft was actually the new Fujikura MCI 60, which is Fujikura's new Metal Composite shaft, a graphite shaft with an inner tip section enforced with a layer of steel. This cross breed shaft meshes the feel and forgiveness of a graphite shaft with the control and stability of steel. But alas, the MCI was still so hot and I was told I would have to wait a month. Like most customers.... I hate waiting! (^_^) So I went ahead and choose a proven performer in the Graphite Design Tour AD AD-65 iron shaft. The Tour AD iron shafts have been around many years and for good reason, they simply perform all around. Graphite Design has never seemed to see the need to upgrade them or replace them as they are still the most popular upgrade choice for irons here in Japan . While the AF-75 is the most popular model an around 78g. I wanted to go a tad lighter with a focus on distance so the AD65 at around 65-66g was the best choice. Another reason I wanted the AD-65 was also because the butt diameter of the AD-65 is smaller than most shafts. I have tiny hands (Cadet Small) and when the butt of a shaft is too thick I feel I have trouble turning over the club and I tend to squeeze harder with the "fatter" butt. With this in mind I chose the AD-65 which actually has a 0.585" butt vs 0.600 (or more) on most other shafts. I was also very happy that Graphite Design had now made the EV color scheme (black and gold) a standard color (in the past if you wanted colors like EV or DI or BB for the iron shafts you had to wait 3 weeks - and you still do for DI and BB but not EV!). The gold rings of the Tour AD actually match the Gold paint fill for the Type R and V on the iron. <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/DSCF0363.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/DSCF0363.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-23421" alt="DSCF0363" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/DSCF0363.jpg" ></a> For the grips, I mostly use grips like Iomic, Elite, Nowon and Muziik but I wanted to try something new so I opted for the very popular and very new Nowon Ichi Limited grips. They had just announced a light model at 43g which would be perfect for helping me achieve swing weight (more on this later). While previous Nowon models like the No.1 50 48 and 43 were very tacky and very soft, that very soft feel came at the expensive of durability and higher torque. I found they wore down a bit too quickly and twisted in my hands more than I would have liked. The Ichi are perfect, still sticky and tacky but more firm and pretty bright fashion statements, especially the blue and orange ones I got. I called up Romaro and told them I was putting together a set of Type R's and requested heavier heads since I would be using light weight graphite as opposed steel (they spec their heads for 950GH which is around 95-98g). The drop in shaft weight of the 30+ grams would result in a drop of approximately 3 swing weight points (luckly the Tour AD balance is towards the tip or else the drop would be bigger). Romaro's variance in weight is not large which is in fact a good thing as a the sign of a well made forged head is the LACK of variance. Consistent weights is a good thing and as we always do I weighted each head on arrival to note a 7g spread between each iron (except for the PW which was 8g up) 257 264 271 278 285 293 grams respectively for 5-PW. This is not considered that heavy so the lighter grips would help me gain back a couple of points plus the increase in length from 37.75" to 38.00" would get me that additional 1.5 points. Romaro does include ferrules as well with their heads so once I had all the parts it was a matter of weighing everything, dry fitting for swing weight, and then assembling. Like most JDM brands, the Tour AD's have their spines marked so installation with the proper orientation is a breeze. Getting parts to achieve the right swing weight is essential as I don't like adding tip weights or tungsten down the hosels... Based on a 5 iron length of 38.00" I was able to get the following swing weights which are tad on the lower side but acceptable 5i D0, 6i D0.2, 7i D0.4, 8i D0.7, 9i D1.0, PW D1.4. CPM came out as follows: 5i 298. 6i 306, 7i 314, 8i 321, 9i 328, PW 336 . <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/DSCF0372.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-23425" alt="DSCF0372" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/DSCF0372.jpg"></a> Now that I had built my new set of Romaro Ray V Type R irons, I could actually get out there and test them and compare them to the previous model. Overall, Romaro sharpened up the overall look of the V Type R. Slightly sharper lines with a slightly lower cavity and a dual V brace in the back face to help increase the sweet spot. The new Type R features a TPU (Thermoplastic Polyurethane) insert that now covers a much larger area of the back face. This insert is meant to improve feel by dampening vibrations. Honestly I am usually not a big fan of overdone vibration control as I think it takes away too much feel and feedback. However this is not the case with the Type R. You can still feel the ball compress on the face and you have a pretty good idea where you hit it on the face. The feel of the Type R is very good, soft but not mushy and the pocket cavity is not clickly like some pocket cavities can be at at impact. With its S20C material I put its feel very close to the ONOFF Forged which does NOT have pocket cavity and does not use any sort of vibration dampening. <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/DSCF0371.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-23424" alt="DSCF0371" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/DSCF0371.jpg"></a> The Type R's set up well at address. Romaro has very so slightly increased the offset in the 4 5 6 irons to help the face of those longer irons at impact. The mid and short irons have the same offset as the previous model which is neither alot nor too little offset. The Type R is considered slightly smaller than mid sized. Its blade length is a bit longer but top line thickness very reasonable. The sand blasted face and stain finish contrast and frame the ball well. I should have also noted that I did adjust the lie angles 1.5* flat. <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/DSCF0373.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-23426" alt="DSCF0373" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/DSCF0373.jpg"></a> The sole of the Type R really shines and helps the iron excel when it comes to versatility. Relief in the form of a rounded/blunted leading edge as well as trailing edge relief , more bounce and a crescent cut in the middle of the sole all contribute to forgiveness, helping the iron dig less but get under the ball more cleanly for a more pure impact. The Type R also features Romaro's signature cut away toe which not only looks interesting but creates the illusion of a thinner toe area and removes some of the weight from the toe to be placed elsewhere. This weight reduction in the toe helps the iron rotate square at impact. The courses here in Japan are very lush, very soft, so an iron like the Type R does very well. Its interaction with the turf was superb, in fact better than the VG3 and ONOFF Forged. My bad shot us hitting the ball fat and I had no issues making clean contact during my 18 hole test round. <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/DSCF0736.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-23427" alt="DSCF0736" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/DSCF0736.jpg"></a> I've played the Ray V Type R now for over 3 weeks and I am very happy with their all around performance. They look great, are very forgiving and easy to use, pure feel with good feedback and best of all have pretty good distance and are very straight. While the cavity is lower, the V brace in the back face as well as the increased TPU vibration size help keep the CG centered in the iron for a stable and strong trajectory. You can go right at the pin with these irons without worrying about ballooning and lack of stability. The iron shafts and grips are a great match and I'm very pleased with the overall package. The new Ray V Type R are right up there along with the ONOFF Forged, Titleist VG3 as appealing do it all type of premium forged irons. Another iron I had considered is the brand new Miura Giken CB-2007 but was concerned about its thinner sole and its slightly more intimidating appearance due to less offset and a thinner top line. The pocket cavity of the Type R increases forgiveness and distance over the Miura which are key factors for me. The distance of the Romaro are longer than the ONOFF and rival the VG3 which have stronger lofts. While they border on mid sized, they are in no way bulky and are very appealing visually. For the average golfer or improving player wanting an iron that takes their game to the next level, the Type R is a great choice among many top contenders. While no club can overcome swing flaws and mistakes, the Type R is good at minimizing bad shots thanks an increased MOI design. For the better player who wants more forgiveness and ease of use in an iron that still appeals to them visually, and provides the pure feel of a one piece cavity back, the Type R are also a great choice, with its thinner sole and straighter top line. Best of all they can be made for each customer with their choice of shaft and grip to their specs. <a href="http://www.tourspecgolf.com/product_info.php?products_id=5027"><strong> You can always order the irons as head only</strong></a> or have<strong><a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/contact"> TSG build them for you.</a> </strong>My search for a forged top performance iron is over thanks to the Ray V Type R, at least for this season. Its firmly in the bag along with the new Ryoma Maxima, an S-Yard XV Fairway wood and S-Yard Bold wedges. I have a gut feeling the new Type R utilities may be joining them soon!
  15. <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4763.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4763.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21460" title="DSCF4763" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4763.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="248" /></a> Tourspecgolf was invited to the ONOFF 2013 New Collection launch so I headed out yesterday to Shibuya to check out all the new gear for the new year. Every year they hold their launch event Ebisu/Daikanyama area which is just south of Shibuya. <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4792.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4792.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21462" title="DSCF4792" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4792.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="432" /></a> While Shibuya is a constantly busy and buzzing area of Japan packed with color, lights, fashion and people, Daikanyama is more old fashioned and along with Ebisu an eclectic mix of different levels of dense residential tightly mixed with new developments and classy boutiques and trendy bars and eateries. <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Untitled-13.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Untitled-13.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21463" title="Untitled-1" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Untitled-13.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="648" /></a> I snapped a few shots of Daikanyama during my walk from the station to the Granada Suite where this years ONOFF even was being held. As always ONOFF is about style and image as well as golf and it was quite easy to pick spot where the even was being held by the strategically placed signs leading to the even and in front of the even itself. <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4694.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4694.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21464" title="DSCF4694" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4694.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="432" /></a> As always I was met by Yuki-san our overseas rep for ONOFF here in Japan. As always she was a great host and able to spend a good 2 hours with me going over the new products, their design changes as well as talking about ONOFF going forward. I of course got the chance to snap a bunch of pictures as well which I will post here. Keep in mind I will not be going into specific details about each model since I will get demos and do official reviews on each club in the coming months. This blog is just to give an idea of what is coming out. <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4695.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4695.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21466" title="DSCF4695" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4695.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="432" /></a> One of the most popular all around forged irons has always been the ONOFF Forged (or Black as it has been called in the past). The Forged blends very soft feel matched with forgiveness, distance and control which appeal to a very wide range of golfers, from better players wanting some forgiveness to average golfers wanting a premium forged iron to take their game to the next level. At first glance the new iron does not look all that much different from the previous model. One great thing about ONOFF is they have always understood that a great product does not need to be completely overhauled but rather tweaked to become better. If you look at the evolution of different models in ONOFF's line you can see this pattern of models improving through small design changes and new technologies while maintaining a similar look. <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4764.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4764.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21468" title="DSCF4764" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4764.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="432" /></a> So while on the outside, the 2013 model looks a lot like the 2011 model its dimensions have changed as well as CG point thanks to a thicker ridge added towards the top line on the back cavity. The Toe is a tad taller and the length of the iron heel to toe has shortened to make it subtly more compact, the sole is also slightly thinner. The thicker top cavity portion actually raises the CG to create a stronger more stable trajectory with more spin. The taller toe also contributes to this adding more spin control. The most obvious visual change is the new laser milled face which looks awesome. I said I wasn't going into too much detail so I will leave the rest for my review. <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4727.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4727.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21471" title="DSCF4727" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4727.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="432" /></a> <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4734.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4734.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21472" title="DSCF4734" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4734.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="432" /></a> <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4737.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4737.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21473" title="DSCF4737" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4737.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="432" /></a> ONOFF has two new drivers for the 2013 season, the Type D Red and the Type S Black. These have all new looks to them and quite a few changes in design including shape and size (the Black is now 430cc from 460cc and more pear shaped) and weighting. I'll go into more detail during my reviews but they looked great and set up great (the Red has a gradient black and red crown that looks awesome). The stock shafts also look great with gradient colors mixed with black. <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4744.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4744.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21474" title="DSCF4744" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4744.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="432" /></a> <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4739.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4739.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21475" title="DSCF4739" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4739.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="432" /></a> While the Type D fairway wood and utility stay the same for 2013, ONOFF has released all new Type S Fairway Arms woods and Fairway Wings utility. Both feature visual changes as well as considerable changes to the face design creating much larger sweet spots and more responsive faces on both. The weighting has been adjusted and has become variable depending on loft for the Type S and the head has become more compact while maintaining its deep face. ONOFF Fairway woods and utilities are always very high regarded at TSG for superb performance and feel and the new models should be no different and most likely improve on previous models. <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4726.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4726.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21476" title="DSCF4726" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4726.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="432" /></a> Recently there has been a revival boom of Hi Cor non conforming drivers in Japan. The launch had the new GIII 460HR Driver. Not many people know GIII which was originally created by Daiwa Golf as their premium wing to go up against the likes of Honma Beres and Maruman Majesty. All GIII clubs are completely made in Japan from the most premium materials and feature designs that focus one ease of use and distance performance. The new GIII 460HR looks very nice and with nearly 0.88COR is designed for higher launch with lower spin for max carry and run. GIII has also decided that not all players get along with longer drivers ie 46.5" and they believe a shorter length will allow more consistent ball striking which I completely agree with. The 460HR is available in 45.50" lengths and for the ladies at 44.00". Best of all for a premium model with in house high modulus carbon shaft, it is priced far better than any other premium Hi Cor driver. <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4750.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4750.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21478" title="DSCF4750" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4750.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="432" /></a> <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4704.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4704.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21479" title="DSCF4704" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4704.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="432" /></a> <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4713.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4713.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21480" title="DSCF4713" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4713.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="972" /></a> <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4776.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4776.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21481" title="DSCF4776" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4776.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="972" /></a> Besides the new clubs there were a huge assortment of new clothes, bags and accessories. Pictured above are the new two tone caps and the new pro model limited edition Caddy Bag. The clothes look fantastic but at this point are Japan only. Their new Soft caddy bags feature a soft leather like material that looks and feels super premium. Once again thanks to ONOFF for having me and make sure you check back in coming months for more in depth reviews of each club. In the mean time check out more cool accessories from the ONOFF Launch! <a href=" sure to check out the discussion thread in the forum!</strong></a> <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4715.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4715.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21482" title="DSCF4715" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4715.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="432" /></a> <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4747.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4747.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21483" title="DSCF4747" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4747.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="432" /></a> <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4707.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4707.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21484" title="DSCF4707" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4707.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="432" /></a> <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4749.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4749.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21485" title="DSCF4749" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4749.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="432" /></a> <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4752.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4752.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21486" title="DSCF4752" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4752.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="432" /></a> <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4774.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4774.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21487" title="DSCF4774" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4774.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="432" /></a> <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4771.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4771.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21488" title="DSCF4771" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4771.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="432" /></a> <a href="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4722.jpg"><img'>http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4722.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-21489" title="DSCF4722" src="http://www.golftoimpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSCF4722.jpg" alt="" width="648" height="432" /></a>
  16. *** SOLD *** I bought these here while I was waiting for my 2013 OnOff irons to arrive. Now that they have arrived I am selling off all the other iron sets I was trying before them. So first up we have OnOff Forged 2011 model 4 - PW (7 clubs in total) with Modus 3 Stiff PURED shafts and red Iomic grips. Length 5i - 38.5" Loft and Lie standard, but can easily be adjusted. These are nice and soft with great feel and the right balance of forgiveness and workability. And of course they look great :) The condition is great as can be seen on the photos. The 9i shows the most signs of use and there is a small nick on the leading edge. I have included a close up photo of the face of the 9i. AU$850 + shipping
  17. OK the clearing of the spare room must continue. I absolutely love these irons and it took me a while to decide if I should sell them. They are the best "players" "semi-cavity" iron there is. Full stop. The NS Pro Modus3 are the best steel shafts out there right now IMHO Condition is pretty much "mint" as you can see from the photos. I purchased these from TSG earlier this year as a custom order with the NS Pro Modus3 120 Tour shafts in Stiff flex. 5 iron length is 38", lofts are standard and lie angles are 2*up. Of course these can easily be adjusted to any spec as they are soft as butter. Set is 4 iron through PW - 7 irons in total. Anyone who has hit these irons can attest to the fact that the feel is soft and buttery. Anyone who has hit these heads with the Modus3 shaft will tell you that the feel is unbelievable. I had a long hard think before letting these go as they contributed to getting my handicap from 12 to 7 since the beginning of the year. Every time I have a hit with them I change my mind and want to keep them :) Get them now before I change my mind again! SOLD
  18. We're in for some exciting months from Epon. A huge bag of demo clubs arrived today and I started taking pictures of the new EHR driver which I will blog about tomorrow. Here is one of the pictures I took with some of the key specs. (more pics to follow after I do my blog) You can ask me any questions you want about the EHR as I have already been briefed by Epon but I will not comment specifically on other future releases as I can only talk about them when Epon gives me the green light for each.
  19. Hi all, I am just new to this forum. I have a question about the Mizuno JPX 800 Forged irons. I have seen the specifications of JPX 800 Forged between U.S version and Japan version, and noticed the difference in the loft between two versions JAPAN: http://www.mizunogolf.com.hk/index.php/mens-irons/196-jpx-800-forged U.S.A: http://www.mizunousa.com/golf/products/mizuno-jpx-800-pro-golf-irons Can any of you explain to me why there is difference in loft while these irons are exactly the same model? AND where can I buy the Japan version of JPX 800 Forged in the U.S? Thanks very much, Tuan
  20. This is a set of of one of the best Forged Taylormade irons ever! The 2010 Burner Forged Irons are very hard to find because they are so sought after Forged feel with less offset and total forgiveness is a rare blend is exactly what these irons have These were made with a Black and White theme- alternating new Black and White Iomic 2.3's and corresponding ferrules These also have brand new Dynamic Golf S400 stiff shafts The 5 iron measures 38" with the set having all standard lofts and lies This set was never played with the new shafts and grips just the wedge, 8 iron and 5 iron were hit into a net SOLD!!!
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