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First time with Mizunos

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Hit the golf candy store while picking up my daughter from college and decided to hit a few. 

Tried the 919 Tour and Forged Mizunos. I think I understand why people love their Mizunos. While I dont feel Im a good enough ball striker to play the tour model, when I did strike it perfect. it was like butter off the face. Might entertain Mizuno down the road. 

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Hot the gopf candy store while picking up ky daughter from college and decided to hit a few. 
Tried the 919 Tour and Forged Mizunos. I thonk I understamd why people love their Mizunos. While I dont feel Im a good enough ball striker to play the tour model, when I did strike it perfect. it waa like butter off the face. Might entertain Mizuno down the road. 


You need to entertain a little proof reading . Just joking. I’ve owned Mizuno irons for years. Actually other than testing the Ping i210 irons I’ve never owned anything else but Mizuno. I might be biased but I would definitely recommend a set of Mizuno irons to anyone in the market for a new set.


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37 minutes ago, SteddyGolf said:

lol..wow...thst was bad!


You need to entertain a little proof reading emoji3.png. Just joking. I’ve owned Mizuno irons for years. Actually other than testing the Ping i210 irons I’ve never owned anything else but Mizuno. I might be biased but I would definitely recommend a set of Mizuno irons to anyone in the market for a new set.


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1 hour ago, SteddyGolf said:

 


You need to entertain a little proof reading emoji3.png. Just joking. I’ve owned Mizuno irons for years. Actually other than testing the Ping i210 irons I’ve never owned anything else but Mizuno. I might be biased but I would definitely recommend a set of Mizuno irons to anyone in the market for a new set.


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I completely agree with you there Steddy. I've been using my PING i200s (from the MGS test a year or so ago) for the past few seasons, and they've been fantastic for my overall game. However, I have been trying out the JPX900 & 919 Tour irons, and whilst I'm not hitting it as far (losing ~5yd with longer irons) the feel is just better (no offence to the PINGs). I've had a few other opportunities to try out Mizuno gear (mainly the drivers and wedges) as my coach is a Mizuno rep.

If you're in the market for wedges, give the T7 a try - they're dangerously under-rated and you should be able to get them for a good price as they are due to be replaced soon (as is the ST-180 driver!!).

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I would definitely recommend any Mizuno clubs to anyone. Even though I only bag a 2 iron of their's, I would have no problem playing a full Mizuno bag. There are some of the most underrated clubs on the market. 

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Mizuno is such an amazing feel and another thing I love about their newer MP-18 line is they haven’t came out with an MP line I believe in 6 years which means next year your clubs will not be replaced by new and improved


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My cousin has a set of Mizuno irons and loves them. I want to try the 919 Forged set, but that ponder may have to wait a bit...

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Feel means almost nothing to me so I've never gotten the Mizuno iron thing.  Ping or Cobra are so much easier to hit.  I actually think the under rated part of the Mizuno brand are their woods - I've often found that I hit their drivers very well and have gamed a couple.  .. 

I don't find the touring pro argument convincing because its highly unlikely that I would be using the same equipment from anyone's line that they would. 

At any rate I know that Mizuno irons have their avid fans.  Just because the way the ball feels on a well struck shot has little meaning to me (beyond the fact that I struck it well and I can always tell that with any club I'm using) doesn't mean that it won't for you, so if that's what is important for your golfing enjoyment or a component of what is important by all means game them.  They always look great, I just get better performance, as in more consistent shots, from other brands. 

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I have the Mp25's and after being a tester for the Ping I500's,. Yeah. Still love the Mizunos.  Something about that feeling you get when you flush a shot .

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