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Tiger's Equipment 2

Nike outfits Tiger with their forged blades. they are the first irons to come out of NIKE GOLF, but have been on the line ever since. i have been using them from the get go and loving it. the forging is soft and i really get a lot of feel from using them. i can't say i use them the same way Tiger Woods does, but they are virtually the same clubs with different shafts and he plays then 1 deg upright and D4 swing weight. Since i bought the irons in the beginning, they are made and forged in Japan, but these days all golf clubs from Nike are made in China. Not that i have anything against the country, but i still enjoy the forged equipment from the land that made forged samurai swords. Back to the irons. i play 3 to PW and there are no hot spots on these clubs. the distance i get are consistent and reliable strike after strike. I had the grips enlarged because it was a bit too narrow for my hands, and my shaft is S300 dynamic gold, so it's pretty stiff even at the long irons. i'd say on average the ball carries 210 yards on the 3 iron, with a pretty high flight and lands with very little roll. the swing weight is well balanced and feels a lot like the older Mizuno clubs like MP14, and even the MP33. the pure, clean look of these classic muscle backs are the only clubs i go to just because i love the small heads and traditional lines. I also like to work the ball, so the response from a forged club is important. one complaint, the heads are soft... after several years in the bag they are dented and scratched up, yet they still hit solidly. [equipbug]

Tiger's irons have his Logo and Name laser etched into the back, and i'm sure the clubs are not ones you can buy off the shelf but it's very similar as everyone likes to tweak their clubs once you get used to them.

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photo courtesy of www.golfsmith.com

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