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#1 FuzzyJuzzy2109

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Posted 29 November 2012 - 07:23 PM

Hey dudes, I'm not really due for any new clubs anytime soon as I've already spent a shitload on clubs this year, but I've got a mate who fully geeks out over all things Mizuno, and that's rubbing off on me a little. Not being familiar with Mizuno gear and currently playing off 13, if I was to get a set of Mizuno irons can any Mizuno fan boys out there hazard a guess as to what ones I should be looking at first? I was thinking MP64s or MP59s, but would love to hear from those in the know? Anyone of a similar HC gaming either of these? I'm pretty happy with my Adams IDEA Black CB3s, but when the time comes to upgrade down the track I'll most likely be looking at either Mizuno or Titleist irons.... . Cheers.

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Posted 29 November 2012 - 08:49 PM

Do they have to be brand new? You can get great deals on 2nd hand 52's and 60's Pricing on 53's is a smidge higher. I've hit all of thre them, own 52's and 60's currently and play off 11 My 52's are more forgiving than the 60's especially in the long and mid irons.

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Posted 29 November 2012 - 09:01 PM

if you're going new, and you're not on the bandwagon of "anyone can hit an unforgiving blade because I'm an awesome ballstriker even though my handicap doesn't suggest it" then a set of these are worth looking at: http://www.mizunousa...uno-mp-h4-irons saw in shop the other day, look like they could be very promising...

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Posted 29 November 2012 - 09:17 PM

Do they have to be brand new?
You can get great deals on 2nd hand 52’s and 60’s
Pricing on 53’s is a smidge higher.
I’ve hit all of thre them, own 52’s and 60’s currently and play off 11
My 52’s are more forgiving than the 60’s especially in the long and mid irons.

Thanks mate. They don't HAVE to be new....in fact, if they were second hand and quite cheap I may be compelled to pick them up sooner due to being more affordable. I'd need to make sure they're set up for me though... . Might find a local Mizuno demo day and see what they say re: current range...

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 04:07 AM

53's

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 04:09 AM

-53’s-

some people are like clouds, when they do eventually piss off it’s suddenly nice and sunny

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 04:19 AM

53’s

some people are like clouds, when they do eventually piss off it’s suddenly nice and sunny

63’s

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 04:21 AM

just get the 69's,ok.:-)

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 04:29 AM

Bridgestone's. End of topic

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 05:26 AM

53’s

some people are like clouds, when they do eventually piss off it’s suddenly nice and sunny

X2 forgiving but look the biz still

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 06:11 AM

i have 52s with Nippon Pro 950 shafts. Had them since they came out a couple of years ago and can't see myself getting rid of them for a long time. In fact I was looking at trying to find another set for when these one's look a little worse for wear. Such a sweet set of clubs.

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 06:15 AM

Fuzzy im in EXACTLY the same boat(Hcp 12) congrats btw for getting that hcp down did you know there was a mizuno fitting day at livo monday just past??? i KNOW missed it myself im leaning twds the MP 53's although the MP 64's are gorgeous and i figure with Brents help ill be able to hit em just fine but i will prob wait for 6 months and spend the money on lessons instead PS the new JPX 825pro look pretty damm hot as well, but are in the JPX range ie game improvment whereas MP range is for the better player

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 07:23 AM

just get the 69’s,ok.:-)

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 08:01 AM

Fuzzy

im in EXACTLY the same boat(Hcp 12)

congrats btw for getting that hcp down

did you know there was a mizuno fitting day at livo monday just past??? i KNOW missed it myself

im leaning twds the MP 53’s although the MP 64’s are gorgeous

and i figure with Brents help ill be able to hit em just fine

but i will prob wait for 6 months and spend the money on lessons instead

PS the new JPX 825pro look pretty damm hot as well, but are in the JPX range ie game improvment

whereas MP range is for the better player

Hey mate, Thanks. I dropped six strokes from start of Sep to start of Nov. Things are coming together...awesomeness. I knew the Mizzy dudes were out at Livo the other day, but I couldn't make it. And I'm not "technically" in the market just yet. If I can get down to mid-single figures I think I'd have then earned myself some new sticks. You playing Sat? I'm off the first earlyish myself...

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 10:01 AM

i have 52s with Nippon Pro 950 shafts. Had them since they came out a couple of years ago and can’t see myself getting rid of them for a long time. In fact I was looking at trying to find another set for when these one’s look a little worse for wear. Such a sweet set of clubs.

I had mp 57 with ns pros in them, dam sweet combo I then had mp 52's with ns pros in them and liked them too NS pros were orginally a stock option for mizuno clubs in the earlier models nice combo that works




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