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For me it's a no name (at least I don't know) hybrid #3. It was a give away someone brought to work with a torn up grip. It still has a torn grip...lol. I use it out of the rough when I need some distance. Can't hit it off a tee to save my life. :rolleyes:

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Now you know two. :D

I have to be true here if I could game some Mizuno Blades I would believe me

 

 

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I have to be true here if I could game some Mizuno Blades I would believe me

 

 

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... I still have some MP63's that are really just MB blades with style. As a good ball striker I can certainly tell a difference between these and my gamers on my off days. When I am swinging well there is little difference until I get to the 4 iron and even then the slightest mishit lets me know in feel and performance. So I only take them out a few times a year to experience that sweet solid feel of a Mizuno MB and all other days I use my players CB's. I probably played 15 sets of pure MB's in my life and I can honestly say that other than the very brief orgasmic feel, I do not miss playing any of them. 

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I bought an Adams XTD Ti Driver that I will put to the test against the old Ignite soon....

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These are very underrated clubs in my opinion....

 

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LOL in my bag?  No doubt the rusty Scotty Found it on the scrap pile at work scrap was down at the time so I gave .05 for it. I did put a $2 Royal Cord grip on it. I bought a bunch of those grips on a closeout deal. The second club I would say is the old TM Rescue 22* found in the same place but I think I gave .07 for it because scrap was up at the time. I did put a $2 Tacki Mac wrap on it and maybe .05 of lead tape in the toe to prevent hooks. Yep I think I am the King Cheapo on MGS

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LOL in my bag? No doubt the rusty Scotty Found it on the scrap pile at work scrap was down at the time so I gave .05 for it. I did put a $2 Royal Cord grip on it. I bought a bunch of those grips on a closeout deal. The second club I would say is the old TM Rescue 22* found in the same place but I think I gave .07 for it because scrap was up at the time. I did put a $2 Tacki Mac wrap on it and maybe .05 of lead tape in the toe to prevent hooks. Yep I think I am the King Cheapo on MGS

Not bad pick ups.... For 12c lol

 

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I have to be true here if I could game some Mizuno Blades I would believe me

 

 

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I play MP64's...not really blades. I don't find them all that hard to hit, to be honest. I played MX25's before that.... nice irons.  I like Mizuno because they appeal to my eye...... simple, well executed lines that are not gaudy and all fancied up with graphics and racing stripes. :D

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Titleist 681's. 2 thru PW. Better than my old 680's ... which were awesome. Wore out (2) sets ... before I tried a pristine set of 681's. Both are easy to hit as long as you are smooth.

 

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My set of MALTBY true forged irons... these sell for a lot less than bigger name brands, but is still at least as good..

 

 

Oh!, and my vintage PING K1 iron set I found on Ebay -nos and they actually feel better to hit than my old (but newer) PING EYE 2's... don't make the mistake and think that older iron designs doesn't work...

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I play MP64's...not really blades. I don't find them all that hard to hit, to be honest. I played MX25's before that.... nice irons.  I like Mizuno because they appeal to my eye...... simple, well executed lines that are not gaudy and all fancied up with graphics and racing stripes. :D

Me too, and mp33's before that.

But I don't see them as under rated, or my callaway woods, or vokey wedges.

 

Aha- my Nike method putter. That's the one.

Instantly made me a very good putter- especially on lag control

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Me too, and mp33's before that.

But I don't see them as under rated, or my callaway woods, or vokey wedges.

 

Aha- my Nike method putter. That's the one.

Instantly made me a very good putter- especially on lag control

Have to second the nike method putter. Picked up a s1-12 counterbalance and wow have I seen improvements! Although confidence standing over the ball to make a putt makes a big difference as well.

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The Srixon 545 and 745 drivers and three woods are simply amazing. They have a great pop to the head and are super forgiving. Plus you can pick one up for less than $100 right now so for me it's a no brainier.

 

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BULLET .357 Fairway 3-Wood (15 degree)

 

Without a doubt, the club impressed me within the first week of use and I replaced a Tour Edge Exotics Fairway with the .357 immediately. I purchased the two from Rock Bottom Golf and I had my eye on the Tour Edge E8 fairway as it was the highest quality and most attractive of the bunch on sale. I had the chance to throw in an extra club for cheap and save $15 on my total purchase and free shipping...SO WHY NOT?!?

 

Fast-forward to the early sping and the Tour Edge E8 was solid. Absolutely no complaints whatsoever. I decided I should show some love to my Bullet .357 fairway and I decided to use it during a round with friends...ya know, the round where you're not proving anything to anyone and just sort of d*ck around. Well well well the .357 helped me find 5 of 5 fairways I tee'd off with it and nearly getting 230 with it. I didn't realize it at first but it wasn't until later where I went on Google Earth and measured where I had placed those tee shots and I simply hadn't looked back ever since.

 

I have no clue about other Bullet golf clubs and how they perform. But the $15 Bullet .357 is by far one of the most underrated fairways or clubs I've played.

 

 

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Mizuno drivers.... Severely under rated. The EZ is probably one of the easiest and most forgiving drivers I've ever hit and the JPX 850 is loooooong.

 

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I'm with you GG, my Adams hybrid is probably my most reliable and underrated club in the bag. I don't hit it very often, but I can count on it every time I pull it out of the bag. Going to be hard to replace.

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I have seen the topic before but I mean a club in your bag that you play

 

 

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No doubt these days it's the belly and long putters. They're so underrated because they're misunderstood and controversial. They're not illegal, but an anchored stroke with them is. Paul Azinger and another announcer on the recent U. S. Open telecast wrongly referred to them as "outlawed." Hank Haney has questioned Bernhard Langer's highly successful and (Langer says) non-anchored stroke. "Lots of tour players are questioning this," Haney tweeted. Of course they are, because Bernhard beats them regularly. Some companies don't even make them any more. Cleveland's new Huntington Beach putters come no longer than 35 inches. The ruling says anchoring has to be intentional. Whether a golfer accidentally brushes his shirt or lightly touches his body during the winning stroke of a club championship, or even a friendly round, and whether that constitutes anchoring, will eventually cause hard feelings and probably a gunfight or two, at least in Texas. The USGA and Royal and Ancient blew it on this one.

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Okay I came back to this one and I'm sorry that I got us off track with the Mizuno comment.

 

The reality is that everything in my bag other than driver is under rated.

 

Tour Exotics 4 wood, SCOR wedges and EVNRoll putter - the average golfer has never heard of these because he never sees them advertised.

 

Wilson irons? Really (yes they are a steal IMO because they tend to be at the low end of price point in their category and they offer lots of free customization options)

 

SLDR S hybrids - I managed to find a piece of TMag equipment that no one cared about - I also paid under 60 for each with new grips installed.

 

I guess that would make them the most under rated in my bag. I find them very easy to flight up or down, to take something off a bit also.

 

Only my Driver would have street cred with the average guy - Ping G30 but even there it has a Kintex shaft in it. I often get questions about that shaft by the guy cleaning my clubs after the round.

 

 

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My fairway woods are definitely underrated.  The Callaway Big Bertha V-series never got the love of the other Callaway lines IMO.  They are the easiest to hit FWs I have ever hit.  They have been in the bag for several years and I do see them coming out any time soon.  Great clubs!

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