Good that you got fit. Obviously the only data that you can use when ordering from us would be the length, lie, loft, grip type. I do not see a grip size recommendation, so I assume it would be standard. Can’t comment on the shaft since we do not carry and have not measured, so we could not offer an alternative. Based on what I could see online, the shaft comes in 3 weights, so would need to know which weight they picked for you. Also would need to know the flex of the shaft not the frequency. About the only thing we could go by on the weight. 38.25″ length on a #6 iron is 3/4″ over our standard, which is no problem. Getting a D0 swingweight is a problem unless you are OK with counter balancing. That is the only way they could achieve that as well. Not sure if they mentioned that. 25 degree loft on the #6 iron is two degrees stronger than our strongest #6 iron (TS2), which is the iron I would recommend in the Maltby brand. We could bend stronger, but that reduces the sole angle. We can do it and there would still be a playable sole angle on the TS2. Lie is 1 degree upright which is not a problem. As far as the CPM, I have no way of knowing how they measure frequency or what device they use. We generally do not build sets to specific frequencies. Also, is that a frequency based on the gripped club or the ungripped club. Makes a difference in the reading. Also important to understand that frequency is not flex. It is a reference number of an oscillating shaft that gives us a general guide to the flex of the shaft. It does not measure the flex distribution of the shaft or tell us anything about the overall flex profile of the shaft.
All that being said, we would love to build you the best set you would ever play. I think we can take your information and get it done. You can either go tour Club Builder online and key in your specs yourself, or you could call us and our staff would be able to walk you through the order.