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Man .... I hit these at the range the other day. Money is all I can say!

I would so love to game these & put up a killer review.

 

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Driver:   :titelist-small:  TS2 9.5* UST ATTAS COOOL 

Fairways  :titelist-small: HZRDUS Smoke 13.5*

Driving Iron:  :titelist-small: U500 17* UST V2

Irons  :titelist-small: T300 4 & 5 iron, T200 6 - W Project X Catalyst 100cw

Wedges  :vokey-small: SM7 48*, 52*, 56*

Putter  :cameron-small:  Newport  

Ball  :titelist-small: 2020 AVX

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1. Matt, Tom Price, Western Australia.

2. +1 handicap

3. MP32 with DGS300

 

I'd love JPX Tours in Project X LZ 5.5 standard length and 2 degree upright (yes I have done plenty of testing, have a young family and just can't afford my dream set right now sadly). Certainly would be an opportunity of a lifetime if lucky enough. Good luck everyone:)

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Patrick / Ohio

 

10.8

 

Mizuno MP 60

 

JPX 900 Tour

 

Was out of the game for 5 years after back injury. Finally got back into swinging last season and as I try to get back to my 4 handicap I would love to put some new workable mizunos in play

 

 

 

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1. Your first name and home state/province


Toshi and Ohio


 


2. Your current handicap


7.8


 


3. Your current set of irons


MP-27 4-6iron with steelfiber i95.


MP-63 7-pw with steelfiber i95.


 


4. JPX-900 Tour


 


Thank you for the opportunity.  Would love to represent Hiroshima and have the chance to review Mizuno's latest iterations of its forgings.


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1) Patrick Phoenix, AZ

 

2) 9 handicap

 

3) Ping G irons

 

4) I feel like the JPX 900 forged would be a good fit to take the next step in my game! I've started playing tournaments, working with a coach and am definitely ready to shave off some more strokes!

 

I appreciate the opportunity to test these clubs, and I look forward to giving the positive feedback of how they helped my game!⛳️

 

 

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1. Your first name and home state/province: Brad, BC, Canada


2. Your current handicap 4


3. Your current set of irons Miura CB501 3-PW, Aerotech Player Spec


 


And....


 


4: Visit MIzuno's website (click here) and determine which JPX 900 iron set best fits your game! JPX900 Tours and would love to test these with the PX LZ Tour 6.0s!


 


Very cool opportunity! Thanks MGS


R11s 9 Open ASP w/Aerotech Powercoil 65X tipped 1"

Cally XHot 15 w/ Powercoil 65S

Mizuno MP Fli-Hi 18 w/Player Spec Stiff HS 1X

Miura 501s 3-P w/Player Spec Stiff HS 1x

TM XFT 54/60 w/Steelfiber i125s

PING Nome TR SS Ultra Thin Red

ALL Irons/Woods PURE Isle of Capri Pure Pro std w/2 wraps

Srixon XV Yellow

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1. Devin - Oregon

2. HCI 10.7 (on a high trend, 7.8 in May)

3. Left Handed Cobra F6 +2 (though I have been testing others lately)

4. JPX 900 Forged LH (If possible: Dynamic Gold Steel 105-115 or similar shaft)

 

I'm very analytical about my game. My current issues with the F6 include: limited shot shape flexibility in comparison to player's iron--drastic moves required to get draw/fade shape and flight is difficult to get down in the wind. The variance in weighting is becoming a nuisance (I wish the 4-5 were lighter, PW a little heavier) because it changes how every club releases through the swing. The weighting also seems to hold back my clubhead speed when I need to really blast out of thick rough or crush a delofted 4i underneath the trees for a 2nd shot on a par 5. Although ball striking and downward compression is very easy with the F6's, it seems the irons are meant for a player who doesn't know how to do this very well. (This is a very short version of what I would note in my testing if I had to provide a review of F6). 

 

Anyway, I'd love to test the JPX 900 on the course. I've briefly hit the series at the range alongside the v6 and P770 and thought they were a possibility--but I've become increasingly frustrated with testing/buying processes because I want to know how clubs handle on course conditions. I'm probably a little more like Phil in that way--imagination is key and if the club limits my imagination then that's no good!

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1. Your first name and home state/province: Jason, Idaho


2. Your current handicap: 0


3. Your current set of irons: Mizuno MP69


Sticks:

Titleist 915D3 8.5 Graffaloy Pro Launch Red 65X

Titleist 915F Aldila NV 95 S Flex 3 Wood

Titleist 915H Aldila NV 105 S Flex 21 degree hybrid

Mizuno MP69 Dynamic Gold S300 Standard Length 2 up 3-PW

Cleveland RTX 54, Titleist SM4 48, Mizuno MP-T4 58

Odyssey 2 ball cs Superstroke 3.0 slim

Callaway Chrome Soft (2016)

 

 

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