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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Tue Nov 03, 2009 10:22 am

Hey, IF... how do you find the 200s? I'm seriously considering getting them.

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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Tue Nov 03, 2009 10:38 am

haha i really really like them! they feel fantastic when well struck but when you've hit a bad one it lets you know but still flies a good distance. i don't like the fatter soles on the longer irons though. somehow i hit the non CB shorter irons much much better (but this may be attributed to the shorter shafts).

i can't say anything in terms of workability though cos i've yet to learn how to shape a ball consistently.

they've got a nice high flight which is good for me cos i've got quite a bit of shaft lean.

ehh.. anything else i've left out?
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Tue Nov 03, 2009 10:41 am

ironfist wrote:
haha i really really like them! they feel fantastic when well struck but when you've hit a bad one it lets you know but still flies a good distance. i don't like the fatter soles on the longer irons though. somehow i hit the non CB shorter irons much much better (but this may be attributed to the shorter shafts).

i can't say anything in terms of workability though cos i've yet to learn how to shape a ball consistently.

they've got a nice high flight which is good for me cos i've got quite a bit of shaft lean.

ehh.. anything else i've left out?

Nope.. good job with the poison, as always Smile

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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Tue Nov 03, 2009 11:04 am

me, Mx-900 3-pw nspro aw-sw-lw mp-t series, fw- t ziod, mizuno stand bag, mizuno golf shoe. Cheers Jump
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Tue Nov 03, 2009 11:07 am

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me, Mx-900 3-pw nspro aw-sw-lw mp-t series, fw- t ziod, mizuno stand bag, mizuno golf shoe. Cheers Jump

Hardcore mizuno user spotted !
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Tue Nov 03, 2009 11:27 am

One more. Smile

1. Khorkar (MP57s, FLi Hi 4i)
2. lennylim (MX25s)
3. eiji (MX200s)
4. Mizuno (MP30 or S30V, T-Zoid 3/5/7w, MP001 4w)
5. Dave (MP52)
6. 22tang (MP57)
7. tksoh (MX25)
8. DGman (MP 57 - spare set)
9. solarpop (MP52, blue paintfill )
10. ironfist (MX200, GTX Stand/Cart bag, 'Stability' shoe)
11. AMF (JPX e500)
12. Roystonnn (MP57)
13. hoelwill (MP68, MP37, MP14, Bio-gear, Mizzy belt)
14. Rocky (MP62, 1° flat)
15. nientsu (MX-25)
16. Gray (MX-19, Mizzy stand bag)
17. colin2011 (Mx-20 T-Zoid, one of oldest set... but niceeeee)
18. shaugn (MP52, looking for cart/stand bag)
19. golfcoma (JPX E500)
20. kopiO (MX25, oso looking for mizzy bag)
21. sunny (MP57)
22. mUAr_cHEe (MP62, 1°Upright, 1/2" extension PX5.5, Mizzy Stand Bag)
23. jimmychoo (MP32)
24. nutty88 (S30V with NSPRO)
25. Agumon (MP62 Aerotech i95) (spare set)
26. Salty Dog (MP57) (only set after dump away everything else) Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Tue Nov 03, 2009 11:33 am

daveaha wrote:
golfchowmk wrote:
me, Mx-900 3-pw nspro aw-sw-lw mp-t series, fw- t ziod, mizuno stand bag, mizuno golf shoe. Cheers Jump

Hardcore mizuno user spotted !

No lar Bro, happen to like the soft feel of the set. me now hunting for mizuno dr. was using mx560 find it to hollow on the head.
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Tue Nov 03, 2009 11:38 am

1. Khorkar (MP57s, FLi Hi 4i)
2. lennylim (MX25s)
3. eiji (MX200s)
4. Mizuno (MP30 or S30V, T-Zoid 3/5/7w, MP001 4w)
5. Dave (MP52)
6. 22tang (MP57)
7. tksoh (MX25)
8. DGman (MP 57 - spare set)
9. solarpop (MP52, blue paintfill )
10. ironfist (MX200, GTX Stand/Cart bag, 'Stability' shoe)
11. AMF (JPX e500)
12. Roystonnn (MP57)
13. hoelwill (MP68, MP37, MP14, Bio-gear, Mizzy belt)
14. Rocky (MP62, 1° flat)
15. nientsu (MX-25)
16. Gray (MX-19, Mizzy stand bag)
17. colin2011 (Mx-20 T-Zoid, one of oldest set... but niceeeee)
18. shaugn (MP52, looking for cart/stand bag)
19. golfcoma (JPX E500)
20. kopiO (MX25, oso looking for mizzy bag)
21. sunny (MP57)
22. mUAr_cHEe (MP62, 1°Upright, 1/2" extension PX5.5, Mizzy Stand Bag)
23. jimmychoo (MP32)
24. nutty88 (S30V with NSPRO)
25. Agumon (MP62 Aerotech i95) (spare set)
26. Salty Dog (MP57) (only set after dump away everything else) Smile
27. golfchowmk Mx-900

Wah I though the list almost final liao....MP57 still taking lead...

iron models spread
6.......................................X....................
5.......................................X....................
4..........X............................X....................
3..........X.........................X..X..X.................
2..........X..X......................X..X..X..........X.....X
1....X..X..X..X...X......X..X..X..X..X..X..X..X.......X.....X
--MX-19-20-25-200-900-MP-14-30-32-37-52-57-62-68--JPX-E500--S30V
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Tue Nov 03, 2009 11:40 am

No 58s? Thats interesting....

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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Tue Nov 03, 2009 11:48 am

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No 58s? Thats interesting....

Not yet, me thinks. It's still very new in Singapore.

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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Tue Nov 03, 2009 11:49 am


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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Tue Nov 03, 2009 1:05 pm

I'd love to try Mp58 though... but reading from the website, it's crafted more to the low handicappers....
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Tue Nov 03, 2009 1:07 pm

All MP series are designed for low handicappers. But there are many high handicappers (like me) who use them too. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Tue Nov 03, 2009 1:14 pm

Salty Dog wrote:
All MP series are designed for low handicappers. But there are many high handicappers (like me) who use them too. Smile

MP52 is for low to mid handicappers I think. But me is also a high handicappers Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Tue Nov 03, 2009 1:19 pm

The Mizzy, Titty and Clevage are in the 3 horse race.... da da da ....
Mizzy leading by 63 "replies"
Titty second by 24 "replies"
Clevage follows closely by 12 "replies"

and the winner is ......
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Tue Nov 03, 2009 1:31 pm

Victor3112 wrote:
The Mizzy, Titty and Clevage are in the 3 horse race.... da da da ....
Mizzy leading by 63 "replies"
Titty second by 24 "replies"
Clevage follows closely by 12 "replies"

and the winner is ......

The winner could be TM Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Tue Nov 03, 2009 1:36 pm

The Mizzy rocks but i feel that Titty is more branded. Lexus or BMW, your choice. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Tue Nov 03, 2009 1:43 pm

Can I have both???

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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Tue Nov 03, 2009 1:55 pm

S70B wrote:
Can I have both???

Yes, i recommend LS460 and M6 convertible. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Tue Nov 03, 2009 11:45 pm

Salty Dog wrote:
The Mizzy rocks but i feel that Titty is more branded. Lexus or BMW, your choice. Smile

agreed. the brand mizuno is quite synonymous with pasar malam clothes and bags unlike titleist which is all golf and nothing else.
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Wed Nov 04, 2009 9:28 am

They sell mizuno clothes in pasar malam mair? Wow, need to go shopping liao. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Wed Nov 04, 2009 9:56 am

Ya Man. whre the pasar malan located, go & look look c c thxs..
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Wed Nov 04, 2009 11:22 am

Love my MP52s... sui sui buay zao zui

1. Khorkar (MP57s, FLi Hi 4i)
2. lennylim (MX25s)
3. eiji (MX200s)
4. Mizuno (MP30 or S30V, T-Zoid 3/5/7w, MP001 4w)
5. Dave (MP52)
6. 22tang (MP57)
7. tksoh (MX25)
8. DGman (MP 57 - spare set)
9. solarpop (MP52, blue paintfill )
10. ironfist (MX200, GTX Stand/Cart bag, 'Stability' shoe)
11. AMF (JPX e500)
12. Roystonnn (MP57)
13. hoelwill (MP68, MP37, MP14, Bio-gear, Mizzy belt)
14. Rocky (MP62, 1° flat)
15. nientsu (MX-25)
16. Gray (MX-19, Mizzy stand bag)
17. colin2011 (Mx-20 T-Zoid, one of oldest set... but niceeeee)
18. shaugn (MP52, looking for cart/stand bag)
19. golfcoma (JPX E500)
20. kopiO (MX25, oso looking for mizzy bag)
21. sunny (MP57)
22. mUAr_cHEe (MP62, 1°Upright, 1/2" extension PX5.5, Mizzy Stand Bag)
23. jimmychoo (MP32)
24. nutty88 (S30V with NSPRO)
25. Agumon (MP62 Aerotech i95) (spare set)
26. Salty Dog (MP57) (only set after dump away everything else)
27. golfchowmk Mx-900
28. JetA1 ( MP52)
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Wed Nov 04, 2009 11:28 am

OT a bit, based on the googling research, most Mizzy owners mention that MP-33 is the most highly rated among the gazillion range of Mizzy irons. Anyone can confirm this? Or maybe can have a poll on the best Mizzy irons that you have tried so far (pls.. owning it does not mean it is the best of the lot)?
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Wed Nov 04, 2009 1:49 pm

1. Khorkar (MP57s, FLi Hi 4i)
2. lennylim (MX25s)
3. eiji (MX200s)
4. Mizuno (MP30 or S30V, T-Zoid 3/5/7w, MP001 4w)
5. Dave (MP52)
6. 22tang (MP57)
7. tksoh (MX25)
8. DGman (MP 57 - spare set)
9. solarpop (MP52, blue paintfill )
10. ironfist (MX200, GTX Stand/Cart bag, 'Stability' shoe)
11. AMF (JPX e500)
12. Roystonnn (MP57)
13. hoelwill (MP68, MP37, MP14, Bio-gear, Mizzy belt)
14. Rocky (MP62, 1° flat)
15. nientsu (MX-25)
16. Gray (MX-19, Mizzy stand bag)
17. colin2011 (Mx-20 T-Zoid, one of oldest set... but niceeeee)
18. shaugn (MP52, looking for cart/stand bag)
19. golfcoma (JPX E500)
20. kopiO (MX25, oso looking for mizzy bag)
21. sunny (MP57)
22. mUAr_cHEe (MP62, 1°Upright, 1/2" extension PX5.5, Mizzy Stand Bag)
23. jimmychoo (MP32)
24. nutty88 (S30V with NSPRO)
25. Agumon (MP62 Aerotech i95) (spare set)
26. Salty Dog (MP57) (only set after dump away everything else)
27. golfchowmk Mx-900
28. JetA1 ( MP52)
29. feizz (MX20 - very old clubs, had MP30 but lost during travel) ... sigh ... MX20 old, she will hold for a time being ...
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