Pinseeker Golf TPW Deep Cavity Irons

Pinseeker Golf TPW Deep Cavity Irons 

DESCRIPTION

The new TPW Deep-Cavity irons by pinseeker golf feature, total perimeter weighting plus a flow weighting system in the back cavity, which provides a very large sweet spot for extra forgiveness and promotes a square face at impact for straighter shots. It's 4 way beveled sole provides less turf drag at takeaway and impact plus additional flexibility on uneven lies. It also features a hyper steel clubhead construction for maximum energy transfer and winn grips a wide selection of steel and graphite shafts in various flexes ensures that each golfer is fitted to their own size, strength and skill level.

USER REVIEWS

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[May 29, 2021]
incremental19


Strength:

Great! Weights fell out of the back of several irons a couple years ago and Ping replaced promptly and free. Commercial Plumbing

Weakness:

Absolutely nothing to worry about.

Purchased:
New  
OVERALL
RATING
5
[Nov 08, 2007]
Barry
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Pinseeker T.C.P. Irons

Excellent for beginners & 15+ Handicaps. Would like the big boys (Taylor Made etc.)however, these can't be beat for value. Never had Winn Grips before. What a treat. Suggested to me by Roger Dunn Store in Palm Desert.

Customer Service

Not applicable to date.

Similar Products Used:

Trader in MacGregor Iron set which I found to be too heavy for my level.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Sep 19, 2007]
Mike
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Pinseeker TPW Deep Cavity Irons

I just started playing golf a little more than 3 months now and I have tried many sets already. First, I started out with a ping G2 set, then I switched it to Adams OS2 hybrid set, afterward, I exchanged it for Mizuno MX-19...the list go on and on with Mizuno MX-23, MX-25, MX-900, MP 32, MP 37, MP 60, MP 67, Callaway Fusion, and R7 irons. In the end, the Pinseeker TPW Deep Cavity set is much more for your spending wallet. I luckily bought this set @ Roger Dunn for only 229.99 and it helped improve my game tremendously. I tickling myself with cracking 90 twice with this set and before this Pinseeker set, I don't even get close to 93. So to say the least, I am impressed with this Pinseeker set more so than any other brand name out there. If you want foregiveness, straighter shot, higher loft, and more spin to the ball...this would be a great iron set for you! Enough said, I think you can only agree if you give it a try and see it for yourself.

Customer Service

I haven't got a chance to call their customer service department but it shouldn't be a problem because I bought this set @ Roger Dunn. If anything, Roger Dunn staff can take care of it.

Similar Products Used:

Mizuno MX-17, MX-19, MX-23, MX-25, MX-900, MP 32, MP 37, MP 60, MP 67, Callaway Fusion, Adams OS2 Hybrid, Ping G2, and Taylormade R7.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jan 10, 2007]
goclimbit
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: TPW Deep Cavity Irons

For the money these are the best irons available and maybe the best period! In early 2006 I demoed a lot of clubs over a 3 month period, Nike, TaylorMade, Ping, Titleist, etc. I had finally decided to purchase a set of $1200 Callaway Fusions, teriffic clubs no doubt. However, the rep at Roger Dunns was using Pinseekers to fit me and, to my amazement, they felt and performed better than any other club I'd tried, including the Fusions. Needless to say I bought'em. Not only did I save a boatload of money, it's been a year and I couldn't be happier. I still occassionaly try out the big name models, but for me, the Pinseekers are better. With the Winn grips they feel great. The ball shoots off the sweet spot like a rocket with a consistent high loft. I am 54 years old and hit the 7 iron 170, the 6 iron 190, the 5 iron 200. These clubs will compete with any model out there. Recently I bought the company's Tour Wedges and love them as well.

Customer Service

Great. I broke a shaft around a tree and they replaced it for free!

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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