kbarnesie Registered User
#1

I have gone from 22 to 17 this year.

I am considering purchasing of a new set of Irons in the Xmas sales.
Cannot make up my mind.

Any advice out there.

golfnut1 Registered User
#2

It doesn't really matter what brand as long as you get custom fit. If your going to get fit make sure your fitted with the aid of trackman. It's some bit of kit

#3

All good makes, go and hit them and see how you get on Personally id choose the r9s out of that listy

Doc Daneeka Registered User
#4

Not played with any of those sets of irons but have heard the Pings are hard to beat for quality. Also, seen a few negative reviews of the R9s. However, I have R9 driver and three wood which are great.

TheGrump Registered User
#5

kbarnesie said:
I have gone from 22 to 17 this year.

I am considering purchasing of a new set of Irons in the Xmas sales.
Cannot make up my mind.

Any advice out there.


Ping G15 are quality, try them out before shelling out for the G20

neckedit Registered User
#6

kbarnesie said:
I have gone from 22 to 17 this year.

I am considering purchasing of a new set of Irons in the Xmas sales.
Cannot make up my mind.

Any advice out there.


Ping G15 are quality, try them out before shelling out for the G20


Ping instore demo day 25TH NOV.

kbarnesie Registered User
#7

Do does custom fitting with Trackman ?

golfnut1 Registered User
#8

kbarnesie said:
Do does custom fitting with Trackman ?


There isn't too many places in the country with one. Have a look online and see where the nearest place to you. I know that Birr golf shop have a good setup.

#9

indeed - biffo gets all his equipment there
big shane lowry swears by it as well. great grub down there too apparently. they deep fry everything, and i mean everything

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