Had to order a replacement 3 and 4 iron, someone ran my bag over at a course and these two broke.
I’m a 4HC and have been mostly playing single length irons for the past 7 years or so. Have played almost all the Cobra’s, 1 Iron, Edel, Giga, and others. None are as easy to play as the Gria’s. I shortened all of mine to 36.5”, added lead tape to the cavity to bring them up to D2 weighting and they are perfect (a lot of lead tape to be honest, but it's a big cavity so it all fit nicely). Nice easy swing yields a high trajectory and repeatable distance. Sure, I can’t fade or draw them as well as well as I could the blade style I used to play…but, I basically don’t miss with these at all. The 3,4, and 5 iron are so easy to hit it isn’t fair. I carry my driver, 3-P Gria’s, a 54 PXG wedge, and my putter. These irons make golf easier, I don’t let my ego determine which clubs to play, I let my low scores make that decision!
Their nice clubs I’ve played 2 rounds with them trying to get use to the sweeping style of swing I’ve been a drive down on the ball for years but when I hit it good and flush it’s doing what I want it to nice high flight with a soft landing. Looking forward to my next round
bought 4-pw used/demo, like brand new. I really like the grips they seem thicker. Easiest irons to hit. Even some fat shots still got up. Ball takes off like a rocket. I’m 61 just getting back in to golf so still at the range and taking lessons. I’ve only used these 2 times so far but I hit the 4 iron so easy about 150 yards. Hopefully I’ll get better. Ended up getting the 3 iron in a separate order and even that’s easy to hit compared to my regular irons.
Shipping was ok, less than a week since order. Spoke to the owner Ron and he seems like a stand up guy. I still need fareway woods but will shall see. Almost forgot, my golf pro hit ‘‘em and he said they are nice!!
Only used for two games, so net yet ready to make any decisions on performance just yet, but they seem to be good.