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Stumbled across a set of Mizuno MP54's on eBay. These clubs are in excellent condition. Seller stated he played a round or two with them and shelved them for another set of Mizunos. Got 4-PW at $370. Older set of clubs (2012-2013) maybe, but absolutely in great condition. Shaft is kbs tour 120 stiff. They look legit to me and the price was great. I did come across an article about fraudulent clubs on eBay which is why I'm posing this question. Any experts out there good with spotting knock offs or play the mp54's to make a judgement on these? Thanks D8BF2545-97F3-44BE-8EB9-124E52AC58B4.jpegDC1BA6F3-4D3A-495D-BDD6-D3A4EC619395.jpegAD05428D-B9AC-45AD-B1E2-F929170E9FCD.jpeg900EC813-0E98-4403-BFB3-43282A46FE0F.jpeg69C7B7FC-AE8D-4DE2-98B6-67618E0C3AAC.jpeg73147E63-6D01-438A-9AF8-4A6CE398BB9E.jpegDEF4F192-F084-4D1C-8E21-728E8F78AE0A.jpeg

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Look legit to me. I would say go for it.👍

 

All fonts, colors, and ferrules match. Usually fakers won't take the time to match the proper ferrules and those are a giveaway.

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Wilson Staff C300 9.0* Fujikura Pro 58 stiff

Callaway Rogue 3W Mitsubishi Diamana D+ LTD 80 stiff

Mizuno MP-18 MMC FLI-HI 2 iron UST Mamiya Recoil 95 stiff

Ping I200's 4-W Aerotech Steelfiber I110 CW stiff

Ping Glide 52* and 58* stiff

Bettinardi Studio Stock #38 Armlock

 

 

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Ferrules don't look that great to me, but UK Mizuno is much better IMHO. You have a serial No. to check against, but as with any other purchase - do your homework before buying, not after.

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I'm no club expert but I look at how “mizuno” is stamped on the back. Most counterfeits I've seen have a sticker like logo.

 

 

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I would contact Mizuno with the serial number on the irons and ask for their authenticity

 

 

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Mizuno does have a way to check the serial numbers to make sure everything is legit with the irons. Id double check them before pulling the trigger on it but those do look like they're in great shape!

 

 

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Did you ever find out if they are real? 

Reason I ask, I bought a set myself around the same time on ebay, and my serial number is exactly like yours except last number. Last number on my set is a 6 instead of a 5 like yours.

My serial number: 4086866

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