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titobergt

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About titobergt

  • Birthday 10/28/1981

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    Anchorage, Alaska
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  1. Thanks for your thoughts, Freddyk69. I am a longtime Mizuno guy. It's hard to pick between the traditional Mizuno iron and the new gear with added technology.
  2. Thanks, Nofear23. I really like this setup. I am not looking to make a change. But it's fun to tinker and I would love to get my hands on the JPX just to see what all the hype is about.
  3. I think I could have gone with the MB to the 7i. The MMC Fli-Hi 3i is a great club. I don't get the distance as I did with the 3h, but the fell, control, and playability of the 3i is unreal. Ping G400 LST
  4. Thanks, Brewmaster! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  5. In my opinion, the Fli-Hi/SC/MBs are more easily blended than any other iron series out at the moment. Looking down at the club, it's almost impossible to tell the difference. The sound and feel are also nearly indiscernible.
  6. Thanks, Kenny B. Happy to be here. Nice to see another PNW guy here.
  7. Interesting to see that Rick Shiels was getting more ball speed from the MP18 MB than the JPX Tour. Maybe I am wrong, but I thought the JPX was supposed to produce faster ball speed? At the 7-ron, JPX 919 Tour had less total distance, slightly higher launch angle, and less spin.
  8. Thanks, Miboy62. Truth be told, I have been a fan of the site for a while and have been reading the forums off and on. Happy to now get involved.
  9. Nope, DPattGolf. Don't see myself changing irons anytime in the near future. I am a longtime Mizuno guy (since the MP32 in about 2004). I love the MPs but with as much hype as the JPX line received, I have to admit, I gave it a thought.
  10. I agree, MWGolf23. The MP18s are the best looking MPs from Mizuno in years. I love the straight lines. Classic look.
  11. I just recently put into play a blended set of MP18s. After today's JPX 919 release, I wonder if any MP players plan on making the switch? I think the MPs are a better looking club. Would love to give the JPXs a swing. Thoughts?
  12. Hi Guys, I am a longtime fan of the site and forums and wanted to introduce myself. My name is Patrick. I live in Anchorage, Alaska. Keep up the good work! Patrick Bergt
  13. First Name: Patrick Location: Anchorage, Alaska, USA Handicap: 7 Current Irons: MP18 MMC Fli-Hi 3i; MP18 SC 4i-7i; MP18 MB 8i-PW - all with KBS Tour Steel X Ping Choice: the i500
  14. Patrick Bergt Anchorage, Alaska 36 years old 7 handicap JPX Tour 4-9 w/project x 6.0 46/50/54/58 Vokey SM7 w/KBS Tour-V Wedge
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