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Old irons and woods


I found these irons and woods in my grandfathers house. Does anyone know anything about them?

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  1. Guy O

    Wow! Those are in great shape! I think those irons are one of the precursors to the MB model. Those woods might have been the last model tour block persimmon. I would guess those clubs are from early to mid 80’s during the transition to metal woods. Wouldn’t it be fun to have a tournament and make everyone play some classic clubs like those!
  2. Dale V

    Sweet! And they look to be in mint condition. All us TT guys are envious.
  3. Sam K

    Very nice!
  4. Dino J

    What a treasure find for you! A terrific looking set of clubs. When I was younger, I would have loved to have a set of those in my bag! I cannot tell from the photo ... but they look like they are stamped as "Forged" too ... and that would be a huge plus!

    When I was a kid, my first set of irons were a set of "cast" blades ... all I have to do is close my eyes and I can still feel the jolting pain in my wrists from a mishit with those. What I would have loved for the feel of forged! :)
  5. Bruce S

    Those are sweet! In NorCal there's a yearly Hickory Classic on the Monterey Peninsula.
  6. Scott D

    Wow! Great set. I am envious My first set of Titleist irons were Acuschnet and I wish I had kept them. What a treasure you have found.
  7. Joseph M

    Looking at previous iron models under clubs above the last similar model shown is the 1979-1980 Tour model- yours may be a prior model. I would mount the clubs on a wall (the woods in particular) and hopefully they will be viewed for generations.
  8. BHylton

    Looks like Tour forged model from early 80's

    Nice clubs and they look like they are in great shape!

  9. Cory W

    Man those things are sweet!! Nice find!
  10. Frank W

    Beautiful set in great condition. These remind me of working the bag room of the local country club as a kid. Hold on to them. They would look great leaning against the wall in my office.
  11. tom s

    Wow beautiful classic blades! Are there any old balata balls stored in that bag?! worth hanging on to!
  12. Greg L

    Very nice! Have you tried hitting a few balls?
  13. Steve L

    Beautiful ! I don't think I would want to go back to using them, but the look of real wood is so much better looking.
  14. Gary L

    I too have a set of forged titleist irons from 1982.1 iron to sand wedge.i played blade irons until I got my 714 ap2 irons.those were the days of persimmon, balata balls, and shot making.i miss those days.ive played with Wilson staffs,mcgreggor,cleveland,bridgestone,hogans,. Now,the ap1s suit my game
  15. SImpens

    Those are absolutely gorgeous. Very envious and those are a great find. Would love to hit a few off the screws of that driver. Great find.

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