Old irons and woods

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By rhodges

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    I found these irons and woods in my grandfathers house. Does anyone know anything about them?

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    Wow! Those are in great shape! I think those irons are one of the precursors to the MB model. Those woods might have been the last model tour block persimmon. I would guess those clubs are from early to mid 80’s during the transition to metal woods. Wouldn’t it be fun to have a tournament and make everyone play some classic clubs like those!
  3. Dale V
    Escondido, CA

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    Sweet! And they look to be in mint condition. All us TT guys are envious.
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    Very nice!
  5. Dino J
    Burnaby, BC

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    What a treasure find for you! A terrific looking set of clubs. When I was younger, I would have loved to have a set of those in my bag! I cannot tell from the photo ... but they look like they are stamped as "Forged" too ... and that would be a huge plus!

    When I was a kid, my first set of irons were a set of "cast" blades ... all I have to do is close my eyes and I can still feel the jolting pain in my wrists from a mishit with those. What I would have loved for the feel of forged! :)
  6. Bruce S
    Sunnyvale, CA

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    Those are sweet! In NorCal there's a yearly Hickory Classic on the Monterey Peninsula.
  7. Scott D
    Lethbridge,

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    Wow! Great set. I am envious My first set of Titleist irons were Acuschnet and I wish I had kept them. What a treasure you have found.
  8. Joseph M
    Saint John, New Brunswick

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    Looking at previous iron models under clubs above the last similar model shown is the 1979-1980 Tour model- yours may be a prior model. I would mount the clubs on a wall (the woods in particular) and hopefully they will be viewed for generations.
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    Looks like Tour forged model from early 80's

    Nice clubs and they look like they are in great shape!



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    Man those things are sweet!! Nice find!
  11. Frank W
    Florida

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    Beautiful set in great condition. These remind me of working the bag room of the local country club as a kid. Hold on to them. They would look great leaning against the wall in my office.
  12. tom s
    reading, 0

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    Wow beautiful classic blades! Are there any old balata balls stored in that bag?! worth hanging on to!
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    Very nice! Have you tried hitting a few balls?
  14. Steve L
    Framingham, MA

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    Beautiful ! I don't think I would want to go back to using them, but the look of real wood is so much better looking.
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    I too have a set of forged titleist irons from 1982.1 iron to sand wedge.i played blade irons until I got my 714 ap2 irons.those were the days of persimmon, balata balls, and shot making.i miss those days.ive played with Wilson staffs,mcgreggor,cleveland,bridgestone,hogans,. Now,the ap1s suit my game
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    Those are absolutely gorgeous. Very envious and those are a great find. Would love to hit a few off the screws of that driver. Great find.

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