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PostSubject: Re: How soft is soft?   Fri Jan 10, 2014 3:20 pm

generally speaking, forged irons should feel softer and 'better' than cast

once iv tried forged, i can't go back to cast anymore

that said, there are forged irons and there are FORGED irons. A high quality cast may in fact feel softer than a low end forged, due mainly to the type and quality of steel used

Also, note that there are many different types of forging. There's true forged, then there's form forged, and then there's partially forged (eg. a composite club head where only the face is forged)...etc.
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PostSubject: Re: How soft is soft?   Sat Jan 11, 2014 11:02 am

akhild wrote:
embedding for the bro..

I'm a big fan of MJ and I LOVED how he stopped to "HeeeEEee" before he took the shot.

I was laughing throughout the whole video. Thanks AK for posting this. Made my day.
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