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Best Forged CB irons of 2011/2012

Best CB Forged irons of 2011/2012   90 members have voted

  1. 1. Which do you think is the best CB Forged iron of 2011/2012?

    • ONOFF Forged
      16
    • Romaro Ray V Forged
      1
    • Yamaha V-Forged Tour Model
      18
    • Yamaha V-Forged
      4
    • Yamaha D-Forged
      0
    • Epon AF-302
      31
    • Epon AF-502
      5
    • PRGR 2012 EGG Forged
      0
    • PRGR eD Forged
      0
    • Fourteen TC-530
      1
    • Fourteen TC-930
      1
    • Titleist 2012 VG3 Forged
      3
    • Tourstage 2012 X-Blade 707
      3
    • Tourstage X-Blade 905 Limited
      3
    • Yururi KM-0312 Forged
      1
    • Callaway Legacy Black Forged
      2
    • Geotech GT Forged Tour Issue
      0
    • 2012 TourStage GR
      1

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Chris, which one is the dumbest : ) ? 702, Vg3, on-off forged, or egg forged. Really like to hear more about this egg forged, maybe a review soon please : )

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Although I have only hit the Onoff forfed and the 2011 Yamaha v forged tour out of the bunch, my vote goes to the onoffs. Stupid easy to hit.and still acceptable looking clubs. Oh and by the way, did I already mentioned soft...?

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The 302 and yam tour models were and still are awesome. I am currently very into romaro clubs so it's a very tough choice. I'm going to wait a bit longer for an official vote. If I vote now, the Yamaha tour model will get my vote.

Dumbest as in easiest to hit? If so ONOFF Forged no doubt and it has minimal offset which I love! It's all about finding the balance of look, forgiveness, and feel imo. I would leave 702 out, too much offset.

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Yamaha V Forged Tour 2011 have my vote. Amazing irons. I've never owned any JDM stuff before but I now have a set of these in 3i - PW with 52* and 58* wedges, all shafted with Quadra 4AX SOF 100i in stiff. Amazing irons. They have a small head which makes me concentrate more, but they feel fantastic.....did I tell you how amazing they are?? :)

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Yamaha V Forged Tour 2011 have my vote. Amazing irons. I've never owned any JDM stuff before but I now have a set of these in 3i - PW with 52* and 58* wedges, all shafted with Quadra 4AX SOF 100i in stiff. Amazing irons. They have a small head which makes me concentrate more, but they feel fantastic.....did I tell you how amazing they are?? :)

Hey Ian, welcome to the forum!

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Hi there Mr Tourspecgolfer! Shall I call you Chris? It's good to be aboard the good ship JDM. I've never owned the usual sets of irons - Taylormade/Callaway/Nike/Titleist etc, As soon as I discovered Tourspec it was like opening Pandoras box :)

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Would really like to see how the new vg3 fares when it comes out end of this mth

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Another vote for onoff forged...my vote goes to them because of feel ball flight and super forgiveness....if i was a better ball striker i would have chosen the yammy tour forged

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Another vote for onoff forged...my vote goes to them because of feel ball flight and super forgiveness....if i was a better ball striker i would have chosen the yammy tour forged

This is exactly how I feel.

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Just received my yammy v forged tour - lets see how it stacks up to the 302s, which still holds the title in my bag

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Trying out the pxi, if it doesnt work, will switch back to ctapers

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hmmmmmm me think u will be back to c tapers very quickly

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Is there a cavity iron with the same profile as AF-Tour? I play a 302 4-iron and it's pretty good but not quite what I'm after.

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hmmmmmm me think u will be back to c tapers very quickly

I just got my c-tapers in action. Holy strong flight through the wind, Batman. I don't have the problems loading these that a lot of people seemed to have.. they feel smooth and responsive. Slightly higher ballflight than I prefer, but i will take it as it seems to provide a soft landing on approach shots with my short irons.

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Is there a cavity iron with the same profile as AF-Tour? I play a 302 4-iron and it's pretty good but not quite what I'm after.

Anybody? Specifically sole width?

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Yep changing back to my c-tapers for my yamaha vforge tour. Way too much spin on the pxi. Any other iron shaft recommends ? Super Low & boring is what i want

....and just changed my vote from 302s to yammys. Best club ever struck, but full club shorter thsn 302s....must be the shaft.

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mate try the yammy tours form 2011. they are like a reved up form of the 302s.

lthere is nothing ike the af tours..... thast whay the yare so good. they did something no one else has made a big blade.

i use these as a cavity and i use them when the grass gets thick.. thin blades for tight lies. flush for lush.

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hey Tsger's, whats a better choice between the Yamaha V forged non Tour and the 2011 OnOff forged, your thoughts and opinion much appreciated.

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I think it would come down to Shaft and brand choice to be honest!!

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have a set of OnOff forgeed! and I agree with wrong shafts it feels awful!

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