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Iron and shaft recommendations for higher HC

TS-2 head. Many options for graphite. You could try the Maltby iron shaft. You could make a 7 iron for about $85. For yourself I’d suggest a regular shaft for starters. -Bill

May 5, 2021 5
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bore size of 2019 PXG 0211 irons

Just a guess but I’d say .355 od

May 5, 2021 5
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Shaft for old PING Karsten irons

Gerry. I just checked the .355 in graphite. Lots available. A price conscious solution would be a lighter steel shaft. w

May 3, 2021 5
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Shaft for old PING Karsten irons

Gerry. Thanks for your interest in golf works. The OD of this iron shaft is .355 taper tip.  Check the many graphite offerings. If graphite doesn’t suit you check the .355 in Nippon Shafts. These are...

May 3, 2021 5
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KE4 Forged

Bulldog. I game the KE4 forged. Marvellous club. Even have a backup set. By posting you’ve informed the Maltby community your looking for some, and perhaps someone will come forward. That’s how I found...

April 23, 2021 5
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Dowling irons, FYI

I ran across an old article regarding dowling irons at the tip to cut down on vibration. I thought it would interesting for builders. Steel shafts only. No idea if the reference articles was for .355,...

April 23, 2021 2
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I’ve used the 8 and 10 grams rubberized tungsten successfully. What I did was snip the ends and weighed the snips to get to 7 grams or so. I preferred to do that rather than creating a sheer point. Experimenting...

April 23, 2021 2
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2 iron head on 5 iron shaft

Great question and answer. I’m on the Canadian prairies and it howls. I’ve got a 4 iron in a KS-2, 3 iron length with the stronger loft as a driving iron, then another 4 and 5 iron, both 5 iron length...

April 23, 2021 5
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Question KE-4 adjustable driver

I’ve retired my trusty old Taylor driver. I’ve never used an adjustable before. To change settings on the TC adjustable, must I take the shaft of the head, make a setting, then install the shaft and...

April 23, 2021 2
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Maltby Iron Head Recommendation

I’m 67 and play to a 10 index. There are many shafts in the 100 gram range in regular. True Temper of course. Economy Score and FST shafts. FST plays much softer in a regular. Score does not. Personally...

April 20, 2021 5
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Maltby Iron Head Recommendation

Well there are so many good ones. Perhaps a few questions. What is your 150yd club? That’s a good start for shafts. What is your swing speed? Forged heads include the TS line. I’d try the TS-2, or...

April 20, 2021 5
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New shafts

Moose. Here’s your trimming instructions for Recoil 780. From the manufacturers site. https://www.ustmamiya.com/golf-shafts/brands/recoil/recoil-760780-es-smacwrap-iron/

March 1, 2021 5
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New shafts

Welcome Moose.  Depending upon whether you are installing stiff, or regular shafts the tip trimming for Recoil shafts can be found here. https://www.golfworks.com/images/art/shaft_trim_inst.pdf You will...

March 1, 2021 5
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Removing iron heads in cold weather

Canadian winters are legendary. I have my shop in an unheated garage with a temperature of -10 Celsius. I’d like to remove some KE4 forged heads, then assemble with new shafts in my warm basement. Since...

March 1, 2021 2
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Zelos or Neo

67 years here. TE forged.  Play the 950 gh, but tested the NEO in a 9 iron and got a nice high trajectory. haven't messed with the Zelos yet, but sounds like a perfect alternative to graphite. If you...

February 27, 2021 5
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Hogan Apex Shaft soft stepping

@solly.  Played a lot of Hogans for years. Apex 3 was definitely a standard regular. 4 was stiff. Good luck with the soft step if you chose to do so. -Bill

February 27, 2021 5
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Sorry on the pricing Britt. I was comparing the new NEO to the standard 950 GH. Nippon indicates the NEO is a higher launching shaft for modern heads with stronger lofts. Thanks for the detailed explanation....

February 27, 2021 2
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Stronger loft question

This is for my game, and I’m not assembling for someone else. Let’s say 15 years ago I hit a 7 iron 155 yds. Today that would be around an 8 iron. I’m thinking the differences are around 1 1/2 clubs....

February 26, 2021 2
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Iron design for higher spin

@rosscw.   Highly recommend the TE’s. I can’t say enough about them. Thinner top line, lofts that I like. Sometimes I can’t get used to the higher lofts, so I always look for Maltby forged models...

February 26, 2021 5
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Soooo the adaptors DO NOT get destroyed during this process? I’ve seen all kinds of videos using wet rags, and some of the heat protection gel.

January 28, 2021 2
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