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    The original PTx irons are now discounted to $600 4-PW

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    Hogan did well with this follow up. The technology sounds pretty legit and I'm glad they are able to keep these at a good price point. It would be interesting to hit these side by side with the original to compare the feel and performance because the original PTX are pretty great.
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    I would love to see these in Vegas next week. Just sayin....

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    Beautiful irons

    After playing with SGI irons these are the types of offerings that I have been looking at. Something with a sleeker look, almost players type irons, but with technology to help higher HC golfers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justincredible View Post
    Next week, you say?
    Yes I will be going to their HQ next week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KEV View Post
    Hogan did well with this follow up. The technology sounds pretty legit and I'm glad they are able to keep these at a good price point. It would be interesting to hit these side by side with the original to compare the feel and performance because the original PTX are pretty great.
    I hope to be able to do just that. Hard for me to fathom that the new irons are better but certainly would love to find out.
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    From the website

    PTx PRO Irons offer a slightly larger face profile and sole width compared to the original PTx Irons. Plus, our engineers and designers added slightly more offset.

    That seems a little backward to be compared to what we usually see from Pro models. I can't tell if these are supposed to be easier or harder to hit than the original.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KEV View Post
    From the website

    PTx PRO Irons offer a slightly larger face profile and sole width compared to the original PTx Irons. Plus, our engineers and designers added slightly more offset.

    That seems a little backward to be compared to what we usually see from Pro models. I can't tell if these are supposed to be easier or harder to hit than the original.
    I agree. From the looks and the word "Pro" added to the model name, I assumed they would be more demanding. Based on the description though, I am assuming they are not.
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    Very tempted by these. Had the PTxs and like the iron, but hated the loft stamping on the club. I think Hogan does sole design better than anyone.


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    These look amazing! An improved PTx is an iron that I can get excited about. Hmm...
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    Quote Originally Posted by KEV View Post
    From the website

    PTx PRO Irons offer a slightly larger face profile and sole width compared to the original PTx Irons. Plus, our engineers and designers added slightly more offset.

    That seems a little backward to be compared to what we usually see from Pro models. I can't tell if these are supposed to be easier or harder to hit than the original.
    Thats too bad. Would have liked to see them maintain the same size and offset as the PTx.


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    Nice looking Irons. Would love to hit these and feel how the hollow body long Irons feel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimBetts View Post
    These look amazing! An improved PTx is an iron that I can get excited about. Hmm...
    You may as well just pull the trigger right away Jim.
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    Nice looking iron!! Very classy looking.
    Driver Maybe something Flash?
    Fairways Some more awesome Flash?
    Irons I have no idea what might go in here!!!
    Wedges probably some MD goodness
    probably something that rolls awesome
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    Quote Originally Posted by KEV View Post
    From the website

    PTx PRO Irons offer a slightly larger face profile and sole width compared to the original PTx Irons. Plus, our engineers and designers added slightly more offset.

    That seems a little backward to be compared to what we usually see from Pro models. I can't tell if these are supposed to be easier or harder to hit than the original.
    I think if viewed as regular and pro that might be the case. If you check out our home page article, you will see this is more of a replacement than compliment.

    The size and offset might not be all that visible to most. In hand its definitely geared towards performance.
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