A unique snub nose design with deep rounded soles. These were sold thru air travel catalogs under the Competitive Edge label
with a number of other clever gadgets. Although hollowback irons, now generally referred to as hybrids for their woodlike features, date
from the mid-1980's, these irons were the first and only using an all-graphite head. In addition to making the iron game presumably
easier, these make excellent chipping instruments. Heads are very good with nearly perfect backs. Some face and edge abrasion. Graphite shafts are in 3 tints, all a soft senior flex. Excellent men's grips. 5 iron 38" standard graphite men's length with all others appropriately tapered.