If you watched Adam Scott win the Honda Classic
, you probably noticed the brand-new Scotty Cameron Futura putter in his hands all week. The uniquely oversized creation seems to be the answer he was seeking in his transition away from his longtime use of the anchored putting stroke.
What you might not have noticed were the irons he used to knock so many of his shots up onto the greens. While his putter is fresh from the factory, Scott continues to rely on a set of Titleist 680 MB irons, which made their debut more than a decade ago. That model has been in his bag for several years, and continues to prove that it belongs – Scott led the Honda field in hitting greens in regulation at 76.39 percent, and was second in proximity to the hole at 29 feet, 5 inches.
The 680 MB irons, designed for better players, feature a traditional, compact head with a long, deep blade to help create a flatter trajectory and improve workability. The irons are progressively offset down through the set to to help square the face where it's needed most. And the thin sole and slight camber increase the clubs' versatility in all types of lies.
Are you looking to buy these irons? Do you have some and want to sell them? Either way, it's easy – you can find out all you need to know by clicking the links above. On the Value Guide, you can look up the trade-in value on virtually any golf club made in the past 10 years. And because it is the national standard for golf club values, you'll know you're getting the fair market value.
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The PGA.com Value Guide was created to fill a need in the used golf club market for credible, powerful value standards – and to make the buying, selling and trading of used golf clubs more efficient and fair for both retailers and consumers. With the PGA.com Value Guide, the trading, buying and selling of used golf clubs is easier and more used golf clubs are available at fair market prices, making the game more affordable to more people.