Looking at replacing my DCI 962 Irons

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By Bamiller

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    I’ve been thinking about replacing these 20 year old clubs with a “new to me” set of irons (2 or 3-PW). Nothing majorly wrong with the ones I have now, just want to try a newer set of Titleist irons. Does anyone have any suggestions on what models I should keep an eye out for? I’m on a budget and can’t fork out over $1000.00 for a new set, although that would be nice! Any suggestions would be appreciated.

  2. PFiaccone
    Enfield CT

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    Go get fitted somewhere for free or cheap. Take your specs and Look to buy some used Titleist. Globalgolf.com usually has some good deals on clubs and they always come in great shape. Just bought a 917d2 mint condition for $250. That said I would put money into irons. Look how long yours lasted you. The 718 ap2's are the best thing I have ever swung. I love them.
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    PFiaccone said:

    Go get fitted somewhere for free or cheap. Take your specs and Look to buy some used Titleist. Globalgolf.com usually has some good deals on clubs and they always come in great shape. Just bought a 917d2 mint condition for $250. That said I would put money into irons. Look how long yours lasted you. The 718 ap2's are the best thing I have ever swung. I love them.

    Thanks for the info. I may look into a fitting just to get specs, never even crossed my mind to be honest. There’s a local club that does Titleist fittings, I’m sure they can point me in the right direction. My current DCI 962 irons have been great! Hopefully I can stumble into a mint set of used clubs on the cheap in the near future.
  4. Ralph C
    Portland, ME

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    I've been playing the 962b for the last couple months. Wonderful clubs!
    Follow the advice, get fitted.
  5. Blake v
    tampa, FL

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    Personally I would go find a Titleist fitting somewhere and get fit. I played DCI irons for the majority of my junior golf career and then switched to AP1’s in high school. I played the AP1’s for a while but got stronger and the clubs no longer fit my game. I went to a Titleist Thursday event and they fit me for 718 AP1’s with stiff AMT black shafts and they have been a dream. Once you get fit for the clubs, shop around online and find them used. GlobalGolf.com or 2ndswing.com usually have really good deals on barely used clubs. Titleist technology has changed a lot over the past 20 years, and you’ll see a big change in your game.

    Cheers!
    -Blake
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    Well it looks like I’ll be going get fitted in the near future then. Thanks everyone. Then I’ll see what I can find on the interwebs. I’ve already been checking out prices so hopefully soon I’ll have an update of my new (to me) set.

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