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Z Force Z-35 Golf Clubs

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Z Force Z-35 Golf Clubs

Z Force Z-35 Golf Clubs

Comparable to the PING® G30 Irons

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The Z-Force Z35 Irons are designed with an ultra-thin face that helps to achieve a higher ball flight and longer distances that will help golfers improve their score. The deep undercut cavity helps position the center of gravity to optimize launch angle and forgiveness while inspiring confidence and improving feel. A slightly longer blade length helps to increase moment of inertia in the long to mid irons and the progressive offset generates higher ball flights in the long irons and a controlled trajectory with the scoring clubs. A great iron for all skill levels.

  • Comparable to the PING® G30 Irons
Specifications
Iron 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PW AW SW LW
Loft(+-1) 18 21 24 27 30.5 35 40 45 50 54 58
Lie(+-1) 58.75 59 60 60.75 61.5 62.5 63.75 64 64 64.5 64.5
Weight(+-3) 244 251 258 265 272 279 286 293 301 305 305
Offset(mm) 7.8 7.3 6.6 5.8 5.3 4.5 4.1 3.6 3.3 2.8 2.3
Length (Steel) 39" 38.5" 38" 37.5" 37" 36.5" 36" 35.5" 35.5" 35.5" 35.5"
Length (Graphite) 39.5" 39" 38.5" 38" 37.5" 37" 36.5" 36" 36" 36" 36"


Material 431 Stainless Steel
Diameter .370 Parallel Tip
Face Height (Middle of 5 iron) 46.5mm
Hosel Depth 32mm
Finish Tumble
 
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Learn to love your irons!  August 5, 2017

I have finally put my foot down! I am tired of struggling with consistency in my irons play, my hybrids, my fairway woods, blah, blah, blah. I got the Z Force Z-35 out of the basement, put the single length Cobra's in the basement and went to the range. I hit two buckets of just irons, nothing else. I taught myself what felt good and what did not. Been playing for 30 years (age 59) and have had lessons over the years so my fundamentals are decent. But...I never seem to get any better. Today...the Z-35 delivered the consistency I needed. I have 3 iron through Lob Wedge (steel shafts). Also in the bag is a 1 inch longer Z35 3 iron with a graphite shaft as a tee club on appropriate holes. I learned to love these irons after two buckets today. Gary Player mentions all the time that the more you practice the better and luckier you will be. I think two buckets showed me this today. Buy the irons, the Diamond Tour products are very, very good. Just do it! My bag now is a Driver, a putter and 12 irons. Fairway woods confused me and Hybrids seemed to always be fat. I will play the rest of the season with 12 irons and with confidence.

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Skill Level: Intermediate
How often do you play?: Multiple times a week


These Irons are Fantastic!  July 17, 2016

Irons are GREAT. Very easy to hit. Smooth, accurate, great feel, and well-balanced. First time out of the box and I had no trouble adjusting to them immediately on the course. It's like I have been playing them forever. Distance is very good, and all hits are comfortable. Great feel of the ball off the club. One round with these irons and I am solidly sold on them. They will replace my 2002 Cally BBs in the play bag from now on. I am even straighter than with the old BBs. Can't wait to get the back ordered SW to hit it.

Exceptionally great value, performance, and feel for the money. Thanks DTG!

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Skill Level: Advanced
How often do you play?: Multiple times a month


actually, quite impressed  July 12, 2016

I took a gamble on these irons, not expecting to be 'wowed' at all with performance and look. I mostly wanted to upgrade from a set I had for 10 years and not wanting to spend top dollar for a new set of irons. I highly recommend a proper fitting as well as it may make sense in the long run. this set was ordered slightly longer (1/4''), and with upgraded stiff steel shafts with a lie angle of +2. And it was with those slight adjustments that my accuracy improved drastically, i believe the stiff flex as opposed to the regular flex straightened those shots quite a bit. the iron isn't the prettiest but it's price point allowed me to play with having customized lie and flex. i have played 4 rounds and several range sessions and couldn't be happier with irons. thxs Diamond Tour!

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Skill Level: Intermediate
How often do you play?: Multiple times a month


Beautiful and feel great   June 3, 2016

I bought these about a month ago. I love the look of these clubs. They feel great as well, and even though they are forgiving, they still let you know when you don't strike it well. I was put off by the offset on these beauties but many would see the offset as a bonus. Don't overlook these if you are looking to upgrade your irons!

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Skill Level: Intermediate
How often do you play?: Multiple times a month


No Need for the real Clubs  January 28, 2016

I've been taking lessions using Wilson D200 irons and liked them very much. Did the club fitting thing and also liked the Ping G30. Well, I came across Diamond Club G35 (Ping Clone) and decided to give it a try. So I ordered a 7 iron with the Lite Graphite Shaft and when it arrived I went to an indoor range to test it out. The iron performed very well, it had a good feel and I got a little more distance than (170 yrds) vs Wilson 7 iron I was using (165).

Fit and finish looked very good. Other than trying to impress someone with the Brand name clubs
I see no reason why anyone would not buy the clubs from Diamond.

It is still snowy in NYC but will order a complete set (4-sw) shortly.

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Skill Level: Beginner
How often do you play?: Multiple times a month


Added about 10-15 yards  December 3, 2015

I was always skeptical about a club adding distance. I typically hit my 8 iron about 135-140. With these club my full 8 iron goes about 150-155. And I love the feel of these irons. Next step is too buy the hybrids and Driver. Nothing but praise for these clubs. The only downside was believing how far they would go. When I first started using them I was flying greens.

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Skill Level: Intermediate
How often do you play?: Everyday


Excellent clubs  October 27, 2015

Bought these about two months ago. They replaced my Taylormade Rocketballz irons. Love them with the graphite shafts. Very accurate and forgiving. I gained a half a club over my previous irons. Would definitely recommend them.

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Skill Level: Intermediate
How often do you play?: Multiple times a month


Best clone out there  September 21, 2015

I bought theses clubs after playing with the taylormade speed blades and I have not look back . I love these clubs.

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Skill Level: Beginner
How often do you play?: Multiple times a week


Started to hit them real well  August 27, 2015

After I received them, I tried then out for a session at the range and did not like them...so them went down to the basement. I was playing the Diamond Tour DTG PI-25 blade style irons. The Z-35's sat in the basement until mid-summer...and I tried them again....and now I would not part with them!!

I have the 3H, 4H, 4I trough LW. I find that once I got used to the look, and how to set up to the ball (I was too far away from the ball at set up, this meant I was hitting everything off the toe) I have come to really be playing well with these irons. I'm buying a 3I to see how that plays off the tee on tight driving holes.

They look good, feel good and I would recommend them to anyone who is looking for offset irons.

The team at Diamond Tour as always assembled a great set of clubs...I am a fan. All 14 clubs in the bag are Diamond Tour.

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Skill Level: Intermediate
How often do you play?: Multiple times a month


Ordering More  August 20, 2015

I was very skeptical at first. I actually got fitted by a private shop. This cost me about $150 to get custom fitted for my equipment. However, they wanted to charge me $1,200 for my clubs. I was hesitant and said I'd have to think about it. However, I was armed with my club length, grip size, lie, etc.

I figured, what the heck. I'd rather gamble on $160 in irons at DiamondTour. I bought the 5-PW and AW just to give it a try. First round, wow. They feel better my prior 'Snake" set. They also feel better than my 'Dial-away' set. Distance wise, they are similar to "Seamstress-Made" clubs. They are very, very close to Ping's feel. Ping just has that extra click. I just couldn't justify an extra $500-$600 for that extra feel.

I got them with the low launch shafts and they still fly. Pitching around the green is amazing with 5-AW. Super versatile. I am planning on buying the 4 and SW just to keep my swing consistent. I recommend getting the CORRECT size. It's more important than anything. Since buying these, my thin and fat shots are few and far between.

Pros:
Feel
Customization
Weight
Forgiveness

Cons:
Tumble-finish is prone to 'staining' from grass/dirt. After a round, they look dirty and it's hard to clean with anything.
No underline on the 9. I got confused once picking up the 9 vs 6 since they were by each other in the bag.

I am willing to live with a clean vs dirty look and play well.

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Skill Level: Intermediate
How often do you play?: Multiple times a week


g-35   February 18, 2015

I bought the driver, 5-sw love the way they feel and sound. Once I got use to the way looked I've always played with blades the clubs will be in my bag for now on thanks DTG will be a return customer for sure.

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Skill Level: Advanced
How often do you play?: Multiple times a month


Awesome so far  February 17, 2015

I received my Z-Force Z-35 irons yesterday and immediately put them to a quick test. Before I get into any discussion of club performance, here is some information about my order and my visual observations. I opted for the FGS Plus shaft +1/4”, stiff with mid-kick as I tend to hit a high and fairly long ball. Up to this point I have always played steel shafts but was ready to give graphite a go.
It is important to note that the Z-35, as well as the G-30, has a 1 degree flatter lie than most irons on the market. For instance the 7 iron lie is 61.5 degrees whereas the Turner Ultra Glide/TaylorMade® SLDR is 62.5. Also be aware that if you purchase the graphite shafts they will be cut ½” longer than the steel unless you specify otherwise. This all works out perfectly for me as although I am tall I have very long arms and would need a custom (flat) lie adjustment in the Ultra Glide. If you are not sure if this length/lie would work for you, try out a set of G-30s or consult a club fitter.
Visually, the irons look very much like the G-30: Far from the best looking club on the market in my eye but everyone has their own opinion on such things. The face is quite thin as advertised and the head appears well made. My only complaint is the Z-Force emblem on the club cavity which I think looks cheap.
When I arrived at the local course it was 20 degrees and just starting to snow so I opted to start in the indoor hitting cages. The irons really have a nice feel make a very distinct and pleasant click upon impact. I also noticed that the balls were striking higher and seemingly harder on the backdrop than my previous irons. I have only hit a G-30 iron one time but this all seems consistent with what I remember about that club. The golf course no longer has a system to measure distance and spin like on the Golf Channel so I eventually had to brave the weather and take the clubs outside.
From past experience, I find that I hit graphite shafts about one full club further than steel but I had no idea what to expect in this weather. After attempting to tee it up on the frozen tundra, I took off my coat, took a few practice swings and absolutely ripped it down the middle. It is hard for me to tell how long the carry was but I can safely say that was the farthest 4 iron I have even struck, which is even more impressive considering the dense air and ridged conditions. At this point I decided to quit while I was ahead and go get warm.
In summary here are my initial findings. I will try to update assuming the east coast eventually thaws.
Positives:
Incredible value
Appear to be well made
They seem to play very much like the G-30s – Nice sound and feel!
Negatives:
You may have a difficult time finding a matching Z-30 hat and bag
These clubs may not impress your buddies in the bag. Hopefully they will on the course

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Skill Level: Intermediate
How often do you play?: Multiple times a week



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