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- Description• Mass is added to the sweet spot to provide more feel and feedback• Patented balance bar produces added distance, forgiveness, and feel
- ModelTour Oversize
- Club TypeIron Set
- Head MaterialSteel
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- daneyboyJan 05, 2015by
Some of best irons ever made - bar none - they are as sweet as it gets
These irons were sold in the late 80's to early 90's for 299.00 a set. The progressive weight bar and diamond sole cut through grass like butter - whether sweeping or pinching the ball. The oversize are a little offset helping the higher handicap player get square at impact while the Mid Size and Tour Grind (played by Trevino) have a blade top down look with the forgiveness of a cavity back and are easy to work in any direction. I have 2 sets of mid size - one at each home - and a set of oversize for my approaching senior years. They are as pure as anything sold today and in my mind (I have played LOTS of irons) they are still one of the top 5 irons ever produced if you can get by the name today - even though Top Flite was once the best. I would strongly recommend these superbly engineered clubs to all from beginners to players with single digit handicaps - unless of course you have to have todays hot gimmick.....If I was running Top Flite - I would reproduce them right now - last great set of irons Top Flite built.. Read full review
- duplic8torJun 25, 2012by
The best irons I've ever hit... and likely ever will hit.
I've been playing these irons for about ten years I believe. Every few years, I feel like I want a new set of clubs (Taylor Made R7 TP irons, Mizuno MP-62 irons), but every time - even though I spent money on newer clubs - I always, always come back to these. I like the blade feel with the ability to work the ball high, low, left and right. More than anything though, the swing weight of these clubs/club heads is very light. This is why it is easier to work the ball in every way. What's more, the DG Sensicore shafts (R300) are excellent. I don't know that I've ever liked other iron shafts more. It is a shame that these are no longer made. Someone should bring these back to life. I'm always looking for these on the internet and they are SO HARD to find. If you are a mid-handicapper and you want to hit a more "tour" like club and want to lower your handicap - really lower it - swing these irons. Read full review
- sjkphdFeb 18, 2012by
Most underrated, overlooked irons - forgiveness and feel
I bought this club after reading about the design aspects - especially the sole design and the diamond bar in the center of the cavity back. Despite all the recent changes in iron design, this model is very far ahead of the times. These clubs are certainly older and the name brand does not garner respect. But I have played almost every irons out there from Callaways to Japanese prototypes. To be sure, one has to put a good swing to any irons, be it undercut cavity or musclebacks. But these irons are simply superb. If you are the type of golfer that wants results more so than how one appears (though that has its cache), please consider these irons. It is forgiving yet maintains incredibly feel - even with non-pro v1s. The sole is not thick and not too thin. It doe not look bulky from address and does not look overly large. I have the Titleist 680s, Hogan 1972 Apex, FOurteen TB-1000 prototype irons. Yet I practice with those and play with these Top Flite oversize irons. I was skeptical at first when I first put them in play. But time and again, these have proved to be superior in almost every aspect - minus the wow and sexy factors. They are that good. Read full review
- dave_parisApr 04, 2012by
Great club that I will use for a long time!
It was exactly what i wanted....thanks for the great club!!! I was worried that i didn't get the OVERSIZE to match the rest of my set but after hitting it only a dozen times I knew I had the right club. Even on half and 3/4 strokes it was great.
- frank0zcwJan 01, 2012by
I thought that I got a great bargain.
I bought this set of clubs for a Christmas present for a golfing buddy. I thought that I got a good deal, and the recepient really liked them. It will be interesting to see if they improve his game. I believe that they will.