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Srixon I-506 Irons - 3-PW - Steel Shaft Stiff Flex - RH

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Manufacturer Description

The new Srixon I-506 irons are as much pure craftsmanship as they are precision instruments for scoring. The beautiful, with a thin topline and minimal offset give the appearance of a traditional players club. But don’t let the traditional appearance disguise the science built in. With the modern golf ball, the ideal launch conditions are high trajectory with penetrating flight. Srixon’s proprietary Digital Impact Technology designed into the I-506 delivers exactly these conditions. This technology allows us to determine the optimal weighting and low and deep center of gravity placement in every iron which gets the ball airborne with precise distance control. The overall playability of the I-506 is enhanced by the double radiused sole with unique heel and toe cuts which ensures smooth contact through all turf conditions.

  • Forged out of soft 1025 carbon steel
  • these irons give the feedback and response that better players demand in their shotmaking
  • Classic blade profile
  • Dynamic Golf Shaft

Avg Rating: 5 out of 5
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Best clubs I ever hit.
I left forged clubs behind because as much as I liked the feel I needed more forgiveness. Well I picked these up used and these clubs are by far the best, easiest forged clubs that I have hit since the Ben Hogan Clubs before Callaway killed that line. These clubs are perfect for me. they are forgiving and I can still move the ball when I'm swinging good.
robert (Long Beach, CA)
Handicap 10 - 15
these clubs are seriously good...the distance you get with them is amazing
Handicap 6 - 10
I had these clubs fitted for my swing at Carolina Custom Golf, and they have blown away all of my expectations. Great Set.
Drew (Charlotte, NC)
Handicap 6 - 10

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I keep reading about length of shaft, measuring wrist to floor, I am short, so what does this measurement tell me and how do I apply it to shaft length
06/02/2009 9:17 AM
Thank you for your question in regard to shaft lengths. The measurement from wrist to floor will determine which length you will need your shaft set at. Typically, shorter golfer will need their irons/woods cut down in order to maximize proper impact. Please determine the length of your arm from wrist to floor from a standing upright position with your arms at your side and I can determine the optimal length for you. Employee: Andy
06/03/2009 10:21 AM
Also your wrist to floor measurement will determine what lie angle you need. I'm 5'3" and I needed my clubs flattened 3 degrees from standard! Look into it!
Low Handicap Golfer: Luke
08/13/2009 1:06 PM
Yes there are many things to be taken into consideration but the easiest way is to go to a golf shop and many will fit you properly to what you need as far as lie angle and length.
Low Handicap Golfer: Casey Brown
05/31/2012 12:29 AM
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I am a average golfer looking for new clubs...current set had extra inch added to shaft length, but not sure I needed it. I am 6'2"...would a custom club fitting be recommended or would std shaf
05/20/2009 6:36 PM
Thank you for your inquiry. Typically guys your height will need added length to the shaft with an upright lie angle. Your arm length from wrist to floor will give a better idea as to how much additional length is needed. The majority of golfers in your height range would benefit from a 1/2" extended shaft and a 2 degree upright lie angle. The custom iron set will definately improve your ball striking ability and your consistency in your iron play. Please give us a call if you have further quest Employee: Andy
05/21/2009 8:44 AM
I have old clubs looking to buy new how do I tell if my clubs are to long or short.
Mid Handicap Golfer: David
09/04/2009 6:32 PM
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