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Old 05-20-2014, 03:50 PM
agrostis agrostis is offline
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Ben Hogan Golf Club's

They have a sweet spot about as big as a dime and stiff shaft's are standard. You gotta be a damn good golfer to get anything out of them. But if you do manage to hit one on the screw's, you'll barely feel the ball.

The video at the end of this article make's the long read worth it.

http://www.pgatour.com/news/2014/05/...y-koehler.html
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Old 05-20-2014, 07:33 PM
larryinalabama larryinalabama is online now
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I think I still have a few Hogan Persimmion woods.

Hogan Clubs never were as popular as Wilson, and McGregor back in the day. They did have a Reputation of high quality, and also set the standard for the "third wedge". I think Ive owne a couple of "equaliser' Wedges.

I still have 2 real nice sets of 1976 Wilson Staff Irons, they were in my opinion one of the best irons ever made.


At this point in time I don't see what Hogan can bring to the club market. It seems to be all about giantac heads, and cavity back irons.

I miss the old days when Golf required a lot more skill.
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