MD Golf Superstrong GM Irons

Superstrong GM

New for 2007 is our Superstrong Gunmetal iron, based on a similar shape to the award winning Tungsten Ti. This classic shape is playable for golfers of all abilities. The iron is finished in an attractive black colour which is achieved by a three step oxidation process which turns the head black.
MRH:

3-PW

Grip:

Golf Pride

Shaft:

True Temper Release (R, S)
Prolite graphite (R)

User Reviews (3)

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Juan L. Furquet   Shoots in the 80s [Oct 16, 2008]
Model Reviewed: MD tungsten Ti Mk II

These clubs play as well as they look.Ball only wants to go straight and they are longer than my graphite shafted Big Bertha's by a full club.The feel is also remarkably soft.This is just another excellent quality product from MD.

Customer Service

Excellent service from Discountsports in UK.

Similar Products Used: Great Big Bertha,Big Bertha,cleveland TA5
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
96jde   Shoots in the 90s [Aug 14, 2008]
Model Reviewed: ///MD Golf Tungsten Ti2 Superstrong

Saw them, bought them, love them.

Excellent quality of engineering apparent in the build; changed irons as had a real issue with my Cobra 3 and 4 irons. First time out of the bag, smoked the 3 irons 210 yards, dead straight.

Only went out for 9, but was enjoying hitting the irons so much, stayed out for another 5 holes!

Beautifully weighted, good shaft feel, excellent grips, forgiving but pure strike.

Can't recommend highly enough (so far). I've never played with clubs before that have felt so good and familiar on the first swing.

Thanks, MD.

Customer Service

No need yet

Similar Products Used: Cobra II irons, mizuno MX-17, Ping G10, Mactec NVG2,
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
cb95amc   Shoots in the 90s [Jan 31, 2008]
Model Reviewed: Superstrong GM

Bought these irons based on the strong review they had in Todays Golfer, and can't believe how good these are for the money...

I was previously using Mizuno MX-15s, which had served me well and helped get me down to 18, but was finding them a bit limited in terms of their playability.
I can't really justify spending £500 on a set of irons, so the MDs looked really appealing. Even better when I turned up at Nevada Bobs to find they were down to £199 in the sale... Hit a few balls in the practice area and could instantly feel the difference over my Mizunos.

It should be noted that the club heads are noticeably smaller than many people might be used to, but they suit me perfectly as I was never really able to get on with clubs like Callaways due to the size of the head/sole. Have only played one round with these so far but I can already tell I am going to enjoy playing with these...
I didn't understand what reviewers meant when they talked about the "feel" you get from a club, but a few shots with these clubs and I now know....

Customer Service

No experience yet

Similar Products Used: Mizuno MX15
Callaway Big Bertha Irons
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
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5
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