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Golfer881

Epon sus316 4-p CHEAP!!

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Very nice price on these but you need to add a paper name tag in your pictures.   ( see rules section ) 

GLWS

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Still no pic with name and date.

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Is Sus 316 good and forgiving?

Thanks

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Probably the bed forging, Japanese endo forged, (look it up if you want) these are are very forgiving for a cavity back, and the are very soft feeling irons. Softer than any mizuno you’ve ever hit. Without question. These irons were around $1800 new 

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G, I’m always happy to see we have new members posting in the different boards. When posting in the BST though, do post a pic with your name and date together with the irons. That will prove that you have them in your possession. 

They are beautiful irons!

Thanks!

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21 hours ago, bogeylondon said:

Is Sus 316 good and forgiving?

Thanks

I also recently built a set of these SUS316 irons as my back up set.    

SUS316 is a softer stainless steel.    Seen this material used in exotic putters only occasionally.  ( Design Tuning STP-06 and Benock as an added option )   The material is supposedly softer than your typical S25C or S20C.    

Playability of these irons are likely similar to the AF-302  ... which in the Epon line up is more on the "players" side.   

The SUS316 are not Game Improvement irons.    These are "players cavity"    If you are a good ball striker,  you will find these pretty easy to hit. 

If you are not,  these irons will not help much with that. 

 

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no name?

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