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Introducing the 716 AP1 and AP2 Irons: Titleist’s Longest, Most Forgiving Irons Ever

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Hey there and thanks for joining us again. This time around we’re please to introduce something rather exciting from Titleist, the new 716 AP1 and AP2 irons. Titliest is positioning these new irons toward the golfers that are looking for maximum distance and maximum forgiveness, let’s take a look.

The 716 AP1 irons boost an extreme 360° undercut cavity which creates …

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Tour Proven Shotmaking: Titleist Introduces new 715 CB and MB Irons

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Hey and thanks for stopping by again. This time around we’d like to introduce the new Titleist 715 CB and MB Irons. The PGA Tour’s most trusted blade irons are being advanced though innovative design and engineering. Driven by feedback by the best ball strikers in the game, the new 715 CB and MB Irons are here to advance their …

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Here’s the New Titleist 716 T-MB Utility Irons with Full Set on MOTO

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Hey again and thanks for coming to join us. This time we are introducing Titleist’s new 716 T-MB Utility iron which have a full set available. These irons are precisely engineered using an extreme amount of high density tungsten and deliver an unprecedented combination of high launch, long carry distance and forgiveness.
Hailed as one of the most playable and forgiving …

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New Callaway Apex Irons and Hybrids

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Well Hello there and thanks for stopping by. We’re happy to announce the new Callaway Apex irons, Apex pro irons, and Apex hybrids. With the new irons, Apex has for the first time engineered their industry-leading face cup technology into the iron which helps promote increased distance. Callaway says the new Apex irons feature “a multi-piece construction with more offset …

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TaylorMade R11 Iron Review

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TaylorMade R11 Iron Review
Hello everyone, thanks for stopping in. Its review time once again at SirShanks. Today we are looking at the TaylorMade R11 irons. TaylorMade provides better individual features in different iron sets, but the R11s do a great job of combining everything into one set making it one of the most diverse sets TaylorMade has ever designed.
Looks 
The TaylorMade …

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Ping K15 Iron Review

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Ping K15 Iron Review
Hello everyone – once again, thanks for stopping by. Today we continue our reviewing process by taking a look at the Ping K15 iron. These clubs offer the ability to add some consistency to your game, something that higher handicap players are often looking for.
Looks
Typical of any game improvement iron, the Ping K15 irons have a wide …

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Ping Anser Iron Review

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Hello everyone, today we are reviewing Ping Anser irons – here’s what we think of them.
Looks
Ping has finally ventured into the market of forged clubs with the highly anticipated Anser iron.  The club head appears similar visually to the i20 iron.  However, the Anser features a progressive offset with a satin chrome finish.  In my opinion, the lighter finish makes …

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Ping S56 Iron Review

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Hi there- thanks for stopping by! Today we are reviewing the Ping S56 iron. An iron geared towards lower handicap players that offers great ball control.
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 The Ping s56 irons are one of Ping’s best looking irons.  They feature a narrow sole and the thinnest top line of any Ping iron.  There is very little difference in appearance in the s56 …

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Ping Serene Iron Review

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Happy Thursday everyone. Today we are reviewing the Ping Serene iron. This is a women’s club that combines attractiveness with forgiveness.
Look
 The Serene club head is designed with a 17-4 stainless steel and appears very similar to the G20.  It features a thick top line and wide sole for increased forgiveness.  In addition, the offset design will help players get the ball …