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I'd swing a dead snake if it gave me great distance and amazing forgiveness - so I could be a buyer. But then again - I buy everything.

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are these 100% MADE IN JAPAN -- some forums suggesting China played a hand and that would concern me.

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51 minutes ago, d**kyfowler said:

I'd swing a dead snake if it gave me great distance and amazing forgiveness - so I could be a buyer. But then again - I buy everything.

When I first started playing that was me... but have since found that I actually strike better when I'm happy with what I'm looking at... psychological I know, but seems to work for me.

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well that is disappointing  -- even though we know many of the BIG brands these days are made in China. I'm now keen to see what the new PXG irons have to offer - the Gen4's are released in the coming weeks and I know they are definitely made 100% in the USA and are high quality - albeit expensive.

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They must have came off of the same ugly tree as the 506 

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2 hours ago, hutchy said:

They must have came off of the same ugly tree as the 506 

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Name of that tree mate? Just so I never plant it in the backyard by mistake...

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I have to agree that SCREWS all over the place do not a pretty club make !   I have some PXG's and of course they are covered in hardware, but you don't see it at address and they feel very good....still, I'd prefer a clean look everywhere.

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On 2/19/2021 at 7:26 PM, DMG said:

Name of that tree mate? Just so I never plant it in the backyard by mistake...

Bahaha...Its called the fugly tree mate. Often planted when no one has any fresh ideas.

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the envelope appears to have been pushed quite some ways when you read all the promos lately - particularly by Callaway with their "AI" tech. I love to see enhancements but I'd be even more excited if they could start coming up with new materials to make the irons - or is steel/titianium etc as good as it gets? Ping used copper and nickel at one time and they've been shelved for various reasons. Cobra recently came out with MIM metalworking and I tried their wedges - felt good. Will be interesting to see what comes next - hopefully something with a WOW factor for us all. We're only asking for clubs that feel sensational - send the ball in the desired direction and stop quickly and when not hit well, correct every fault. But then where'd all the fun be ?

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