Arnold Palmer The Original II Irons

The Original II

User Reviews (5)

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Palmer   Shoots in the 90s [Jun 19, 2003]
Model Reviewed: Palmer Original II Irons & Woods

I bought the Arnold Palmer Original II set on close-out at a local store. They are beautiful clubs and very forgiving. I have played Hogan Edge and Titleist irons for several years, and the Palmers are every bit as good. If you can find these clubs, grab them. They are a great bargain.

Customer Service

Golfsport in Minneapolis was a very good local retailer with excellent service. Unfortunately, they had trouble competing with the local big boys: Golfsmith, Golf Galaxy and Austad's.

Similar Products Used: Hogan Edge GCD Irons, Titleist 961 Irons
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Brandon   Shoots in the 90s [Jul 23, 2002]
Model Reviewed: Arnold Palmer Original II

Before getting these irons I was having a lot of trouble hitting the ball straight, these irons with the smaller head did the trick for me. I havent used the nicest irons in my time but got a great deal on them and my score continues to drop. I reccomend these clubs to anyone who wants a nice set at a great price!

Similar Products Used: the first ping I's
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Shawn   Scratch golfer [Aug 14, 2001]
Model Reviewed: Standard II

After trying all the clubs in the store, these were the most balanced irons I've ever used. The radical weight design is no gimmick. Although I've just started 2 weeks ago, I can hit 200+ yards straight with them. I prefer the "smaller" head size compared to other irons. As a tennis player, I know a well balance racket when I use it, and this is no different. I can hit the "sweet spot" much easier with these irons. Wedge shots are also easy. These are for intermediate to advanced players but I recommend them for any beginner! A bargain at closeout prices...

Similar Products Used: None
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Chuck Ruth   Shoot in the 80s [Oct 22, 2000]
Model Reviewed: Arnold Palmer Original II

I had a set of Armour Silver Scotts and they worked OK for me. I also tried Ping, Powerbuilt, Titleist 981(liked them - but expensive). I was in a local golf shop about 2 weeks ago, and the salesman suggested that I demo the Palmer Original II's. I couldn't believe the clubs. Not only are they high quality clubs, but they are very forgiving, even more forgiving than the Titleist 981s. In addition to hitting the PW to 5 iron very well, I am now hitting the 3 and 4 iron great as well. You can work the ball fairly well, too. Today, I went out and shot a 37 (one over par!) for the first 9 holes of a challenging local course. That's two strokes better than my all time best - when I was in college (I'm 55 now). All I can say is that for me, these are great, easy to hit irons, and I highly recommend them. I picked my set up for $300 on closeout (3-PW). If you can find them, at least demo them. You won't be sorry.

Similar Products Used: Armour Silver Scotts, Ping, Titleist 981, Maxfli Revolution, Cobra Gravity Back, Prince, & Taylor Made
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Joe Moffitt Jr.   Shoot in the 80s [May 03, 2000]
Model Reviewed: Palmer Original II Irons

Great looking clubs,great feel,very responsive, by far the best set of clubs I've played.I bought the graphite,reg. flex. Balance is perfect, friend tried once,now plays Original II's.

Similar Products Used: Ping i3
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