Ben Hogan CFT Set Irons

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User Reviews (6)

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bubdifab   Shoots in the 90s [Feb 21, 2009]
Model Reviewed: Hogan Edge CFT Hybrid

This is the first set of real irons i have ever owned. I am on old baseball player and I want to get into golf. I found this set brand new on ebay for 120 shipped, which cant be beaten. These clubs are working great for my game, the hybrids are perfect for those of us who do not have a great long-iron game. these clubs hit well, feel great, and will hopefully improve my game so I can shoot in the 80s

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5
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5
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vrmsali   Shoots in the 100s [Nov 09, 2008]
Model Reviewed: Ben Hogan CFT Hybird

Just bought them last Monday and took them out on the course today (Sunday); yep weekend warrior(Golfer).

Loved them... just loved them ... so accurate and so easy to use. I actually called the direction and distance and my caddy could not believe that i hit 215 yds right on the dot. Beginners luck or no ... i just did it not once but three times today.

tend to take the ball very high and just very straight. Very forgiving even if you miss the sweet spot. If you miss the sweet spot they still go a decent distance and straight tooo.

I did not use my old fairway woods even once today and T'ed off with them with much much better accuracy.

Highly recommended for all weekend warriors.

Good luck and happy golfing.

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5
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5
Garcia   Shoots in the 100s [May 09, 2008]
Model Reviewed: #2 hybrid cft

I love this club.
I had a hug problem hitting the ball with my Slazenger 3 wood.
I dumped the wood and replaced it with the CFT #2 hybrid.
Got the CFT on Ebay for $19, and it is a steal compared to similar clubs that are on the market for upward of $100 and more.
This club hits it high and straight, it is easier to swing and works well from the rough, the fairway or even the tee box.

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Similar Products Used: Slazenger #4 hiybrid
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5
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4
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A V Twiss   Shoots in the 80s [Aug 22, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Ben Hogan CFT Hybrid 2

I was so pleased with the results I was getting from the 3 and 4 I added a Callaway Heaven Wood 17 degree (equivalent to the 2 iron) to the set. I was quite disappointed with this club. For me it was nowhere near as forgiving (a purely personal opinon, other golfers' experience will probably differ). I was then fortunate to get a 2 Iron CFT. The first time I tried it out on the range I was very disappointed. It seemed totally different to the 3 and 4 in the set. However once I had adjusted my tempo (I get phases when my swing is far too quick) everything fell into place. My review of the 3 and 4 irons apply equally to this club. I can carry the ball about 205 with this club and it is equally at home off the fairway as it is on a tee peg. Haven't tried it out of the rough yet. The 3 & 4 are so easy out of the rough I am prepared for a slight distance penalty for the playability that these clubs offer. I would recommend this club to anyone. Its shape, to my eye, is far more elegant than many other rescue clubs.

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Similar Products Used: Hogan Edge CFT 3 and 4, Callaway Heaven Wood 17 degree
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5
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5
A V Twiss   Shoots in the 80s [Jul 29, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Ben Hogan Edge CFT hybrid 3&4

I purchased the 3 and 4 hybrids because I was having a lot of trouble with long irons that came with the set. At the time I was shooting in the high 90s. These are wonderful clubs that sit very nicely behind the ball at address. They are so easy to hit of a tee peg, fairway or out of light rough. You can hit them out of heavy rough too but you will lose quite a bit of distance. Furthermore they are versatile. Place the ball opposite your left heel and you get a very high ball flight with a soft landing. Place the ball in the middle of your stance and it will give you a more penetrating flight. Play the ball off your back foot and swing smoothly and a low punch that travels a respectable distance is the result. They are very attractive clubs but I found that the deep blue finish marks quite easily. These clubs are so good I have transferred them to my latest set (Hogan Apex FTX). They represent excellent value for money.

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Similar Products Used: Taylor made rescue mid number 2 (which I did not like in the least despite the rave reviews)
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5
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5
amyjohn00@yahoo.com   Shoots in the 90s [Jul 14, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Hogan Hybrid 4

I've been using this club all summer (since April). It's replaced both my 4 and 5 irons and sometimes my 3. Very high loft but still goes 200 - 210 yds and drops gently to the green with little roll. Almost impossible to mis-hit this club. I've probably only hit one or two all summer. Best addition to my golf bag in years.

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5
VALUE
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4
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