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    Dynacraft Driving Iron - Clubhead
    Model: IH435

Product Name Price Qty
Dynacraft Driving Iron 18 degree (RH) - Clubhead
$14.95
In stock
Dynacraft Driving Iron 21 degree (RH) - Clubhead
$14.95
In stock
Dynacraft Driving Iron 24 degree (RH) - Clubhead
$14.95
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The Dynacraft Driving Iron features a thin, special vacuum heat treated, high-strength forged 17-4 stainless steel face with variable thickness to push high COR to the maximum limits. The hollow-bodied construction positions weight low and rearward for advanced perimeter weighting and a more piercing driving trajectory than a comparable lofted fairway wood. It is designed primarily as a control club off of the tee, but can be an option for approach shots from the fairway from preferred lies.

Body constructed of 431 stainless steel and face of special heat-treated 17-4 stainless; bendable.

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    • From Phil Gaitens at 7/31/14 6:26 PM
      • Would the Apollo 85 steel shaft be a good match for this club head? Or would the launch be too high? The Apollo 85 appears to have similar specs to the True Temper 85g shafts I have in my current irons.
        Also, how would you describe the forgiveness quality of this driving iron?
        If I did get the Apollo 85 in Reg. flex I assume I would not need to trim the tip. Is this correct?
        Thanks.
      • Phil,

        Really any iron shaft can be used in that driving iron, it is just a matter of how good of a fit it is to the player for the weight, stiffness and ball flight. The 85g shaft in your iron is a high launching shaft. This head is more forgiving than a regular iron because it is hollow bodied and the weight is out toward its perimeter. For the 18º, there is no tip trimming for that shaft, but for the the 21º you would tip trim 1/2" for 1" for the 24º model.
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    • From Matt Hunt at 7/23/14 8:50 PM
      • Are you going to offer them in left hand?
      • Matt,

        We do not have any immediate plans of offering these in LH.
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    • From Jonathan at 7/15/14 2:51 PM
      • What do I need to tip trim the iron shafts for steel and graphite shafts for the 18* driving iron? Also what should the final length be for both graphite and steel iron shafts?
      • Jonathan,

        You would treat the 18º driving iron as if it were a 2-iron. For men's standard length, it would be 40" for graphite and 39.5" for steel.
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    • From dick at 6/5/14 6:00 PM
    • From Richard at 6/2/14 8:29 PM
      • May 21st has come and gone.
        Any news on our back orders?

        Thank you
        Richard
      • Richard,

        They came in on the 27th and the status didn't get updated until this morning.
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    Model # Hand Club Loft Lie Weight Offset Bounce Volume Std Clublength Hosel ID UPC
    IH435-001 RH #2 18° 59.5 d 235 4.2 mm 0 d 40 in 0.370"
    IH435-021 RH #3 21° 60 d 242 4.0 mm 1 d 39.5 in 0.370"
    IH435-024 RH #4 24° 60.5 d 249 3.8 mm 2 d 39 in 0.370"
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