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I've used many irons after these, such as Cleaveland and Callaway X-14s and I always come back to the Bullet .444s.
I've never strayed away from using Callaway woods, but I'm glad I took a chance when considering my Bullet irons.
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On 2002-07-28, Super rated these Irons a 4...(321)
I recently purchased a set of bullet .444 irons.The set included 2-sw irons.I actually ran into this set by luck.I was at the local golf range and was looking at some used clubs and came across this set.I asked the sales clerk for the price on the set and he told me they cost $29.99 for the set.I almost passed them up thinking they were probably the cheapest quality you could buy because of the price.I ended up buying the set for $29.99.I went back a week later to get the clubs regripped and found out the price was suppose to be 299.99.The sales cleark that sold them to me was recently hired for summer help and that was his first day working alone.I apologized to the owner telling him i was sorry,sorry about his luck! At first,I liked the deal I got on the clubs,but after playing my first round with them I noticed the balance and good feel they have.These clubs have great distance and control with a smooth swing.I just started playing golf recently and already im beating friends with three times as much experice as I have.It could be beginners luck,but I dont think so. The only thing I dont like about the clubs is that they aren't a big name brand used by the pros.Seems like no ones ever really heard of them. They are made of forged iron with tru-temper steel shafts.They have a brass wieghts that are in a different spot on each club.This design is called Bullets "progressive wieght system".The face of the clubs has a gritty typr finish that helps with ballspin.
In my opinion these clubs rank right up there with Callaway, Ping, and some of the other big names in golf.These clubs are good all around,well constructed,and very solid for the average beginner or weekend golfer.I give them an AA++ for forgiveness and playability.
.444 Oversized Irons W/ Ceramic Kevlar Graphite
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On 2003-08-07, dorsey rated these Irons a 5...(2003)
I orginally purchased this iron set for my 8th grade graduation. the set for me included a 3-PW. I got the set for $499. They are easy to control. I can also get enough lift to hit my 3 iron consistantly. These clubs can take a beating and still look like they did the day i bought them. I work in a sporting goods store that carries golf equiptment, and to this day I have not seen a club that is head and shouders above this club performance wise, they play great. To be honest the only improvement i would make to this club would be to put some of the new Winn grips on for better comfort, the grips are kind of tough on your hands. I have had the set for almost 4 years now and they still feel the way they do they day I bought them. They have held together well for the amount of golf that I play.
This iron set truely is a diamond in the rough. It is one of the better iron sets made in the past 5 years. If this set were released by a bigger name such as Calloway or Taylor Made, it would be one of the most sought after iron sets in the history of golf. These irons are forgiving and easy to control, in my mind the best value for the money in golf!