Head racquets from the 1980's

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  1. teachingprotx

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    just curious too see if anyone knows what the most flexible midsize head made in the 80's to 90's? i think it may be the head club pro but not for sure..any info is appreciatted. thanks!
     
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  2. khw72004

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    You are right. The Club Pro and Comp Pro are among the most flexible Head rackets in the 80's and early 90's. of the two I believe that the Club Pro is more flexible, but both are designed for median flexibility.
     
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    I have a Head Comp Tour and think it's more flexible than the Comp Pro.
     
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    Dunlop Max 150g, 200g,
    Head Graphite Edge, Elite Master,
    Kneissel White Star Mid
    Prince Woodie
    Rossignol F200
     
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    I don't have a comp tour, how do you like that come part to the comp pro
     
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  6. teachingprotx

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    im also intrigued about the comp tour as well..also what about the team pros? somehere on eb()*& a many a months ago i saw a red blue and white head looked similiar to the heads of the 80's...it had the same shape as the head club pro graphit pro , graphite master etc,,,it was a 90 sq inch too..wish i knew what it was now.:twisted:
     
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  7. retrowagen

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    It's the Club Pro.
     
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    For me all my team pros seems stiffer than the Club and Comp Pro.
     
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  9. pshulam

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    I do not have a Comp Pro, but I do have a Graphite Pro (Black USA version) with CAP grommets. The Comp Tour is very similar to Graphite Pro in feel and control. The Comp Tour (350g) is a little bit lighter than the Graphite Pro (360g). Both rackets are very stable and can hit a heavy ball.
     
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