CAN YOU USE OLD GOLF CLUBS- PERSIMMON WOODS -PING EYE 2 IRONS



TODAY I FORGOT MY GOLF CLUBS SO I DUG OUT SOME OLD PERSIMMON WOODS AND OLD PING EYE 2 IRONS FROM THE PRO SHOP AND PLAYED 4 HOLES

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36 thoughts on “CAN YOU USE OLD GOLF CLUBS- PERSIMMON WOODS -PING EYE 2 IRONS

  1. keith hacker

    It shows it's not the clubs its who is using them. (the Dick is the exception to the rule, ho,ho,ho!) Merry Christmas to all the golf mates.

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  2. Bandit Baker

    Nice vlog to end the year Liam, thanks for some great output and loads of belly laughs (mainly at the Dick). I played Chorlton 20-25 years ago in a Charity with Paddy Crerand and you had a tame Fox then.

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  3. Geordie Sancaster

    Good video Liam enjoyed that, I guess those irons around 30 years old and the blue dot I think is 2 degrees upright. Happy Christmas and a healthy new year.

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  4. Mark Young

    Had a few to meny last night' old football team night out. Showed them your channel they were pissing them self. Good lad merry Xmas

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  5. Phill Seddon

    Just goes to show it's not the club's but the golfer that matters. And custom fitting you've just kicked that into touch.
    Have a brilliant Christmas and New Year and that goes for all the golf mates as well.

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  6. tony penny

    Great vlog liam if your barmey armey goes well next year i would love to go to the 2019 one merry christmas mate have a good one.

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  7. Howard Jones

    Nice VLOG Liam. Thanks for the showaround your club too. Well done on getting your name on the honours board several times too.

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  8. Duncan Stephenson

    Happy Christmas Liam.I have a set of 1988 seve supremo irons that i take out now and then.The only thing i have to do is club up 2 clubs to allow for the extra loft.Ping eye twos will be early 80's clubs .

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  9. Paul Clark

    Merry Christmas Liam you’ve had great year made me laugh anyway all the best for 2018 , Not on social media so leaving message on here

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  10. Golf Fox

    Very enjoyable. Older irons will go just as well as what we use today, the only thing is they won't be as forgiving. Hope you and family had a great Christmas.

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  11. Mike Jarrett

    I bought one of those Ping Eye drivers from Bude Golf club and it used to go like a rocket. It was 40 years ago though ! There are plenty of Eye 2 irons still in play. one of their best ever models. You chose well !! It was not a persimmon driver, it was laminated !

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  12. Dean Kellard

    I don't know if your mates with mark crossfield and his clan but he cannot take a joke,you and your mates are brilliant,but him the survey says bleep bleep.

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  13. Chris Ellison

    Just caught up with this great blog the blue dot is how pings were measured arms down your side and fingertips to ground and you were shown the dot for your height lie etc. I used an Slazenger laminated 3 wood and when i started then borrowed two Lynx persimmon Woods off a mate for a while I think a 2and a 4 wood. beautiful clubs but b**tards to hit straight and you were meant to oil them to stop them from splitting i think!

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  14. Mashie niblick

    As you know now Liam, the Ping driver used is laminated maple, persimmon wood was phased out in the UK in the 1960s because it was prone to absorb moisture and split, especially if it wasn't seasoned long enough. The laminated maple more or less solved the problem and was only gradually replaced when metal woods hit the scene.

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  15. Dana Patelzick

    Grips; the are rarely any good, polymer grips are dry, slippery and hard, leather grips could be restored but how long will it take.

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  16. michael brooks

    I don't know how I've missed this vlog but I agree with Rob,its one of your best,great content from the people's golfer..

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  17. Douglas Aird

    I bought a Dunlop Blue Flash persimmon driver for a fiver in a charity shop a couple of years ago and the same model of 3 wood last year. Have tried them on the range a few times for a laugh with mates. For their age they are surprisingly effective if you hit it out of the middle, the sweet spot is tiny, though.

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  18. Sloe Bone

    You picked the most popular and successful irons ever produced and the Zebra putter is the fore runner of everything Odyssey putter ever made. Tim Herron won the Colonial Invitational about ten years ago using those Eye2 irons. The only thing is the lofts are a club or two weak compared to today’s clubs. Your 8 Iron there is really a nine iron.

    The driver isn’t a persimmon btw,it’s laminated

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