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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Sat Jun 07, 2014 12:09 pm

Hi all,

As a beginner, recently bought a second hand jpx825 pro, feels better compared to my previous set (acers) which was given by my friends. brought this for my recent phuket golf trip, had to say my iron shots and distance seem more consistent for P, 9, 8, 7, 6.  Still trying to master the 5 and 4.

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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Sat Aug 30, 2014 7:09 pm

Hi! Would like to ask how much Mp-H4 iron set in sg?
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Sat Aug 30, 2014 9:13 pm

Any idea when jpx 850 n 850 forged will be available locally?

N how much?

TIA  Cheers Jump
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Wed Sep 24, 2014 1:06 am

I used to have a JPX 800 Forged, and it is a very good iron for me.
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Wed Sep 24, 2014 1:07 am

Botak88 wrote:
Any idea when jpx 850 n 850 forged will be available locally?

N how much?

TIA  Cheers Jump
Seems the JPX 850 is now available in some store in SG.
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Sun Oct 05, 2014 8:45 pm

Guys

Anyone using the Mizuno Elf Ladies's set and the Mizuno Izod Plus Men's set? Can give some comments?
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Sat Dec 06, 2014 11:46 pm

Hi bros,

I'm currently on the Mizuno MP-H4s, with Project x 5.5 steel shaft. Definitely a great set of clubs but the longer irons can feel a little hollow. Anyone else using similar clubs has any comments on the feel of the longer irons? Thanks Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Thu Feb 12, 2015 1:19 pm

hey all,

using MP30, 4-pi with NS Pro 950gh and 3i with Rifle Diamond.

any recommendation on shafts to change to.

ty in adv.
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Thu Feb 12, 2015 2:57 pm

Myojomee. I have pm you. Thanks.
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Fri Mar 13, 2015 12:27 am

Anyone knows anything abt the Mizuno JPX 800 AD Forged? How different are they from the JPX 800 Pro, and will there be that legendary buttery feeling? Deciding whether to get my hands on one!

Advice please brothers and sisters!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Fri Mar 13, 2015 11:07 am

I used to have the MP53, now I have combo MP15+JPX850 forged (long irons). Everything feels soft if you hit it in the middle.
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Fri Mar 13, 2015 9:24 pm

anyone here done fitting for Mizuno irons when purchased?
only place i know that does "fitting" when buying Mizuno irons is Golf House....
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Fri Mar 13, 2015 11:52 pm

I got my Mp 69 stock but got fitted to Steelfiber i95's at BFG and they are now the best irons I've ever hit!

Surprisingly forgiving for blades and the steelfibers have added another 5 metres to my irons.

Definitely not going to change out of these for a looming time.... :-)
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Fri Apr 03, 2015 9:31 pm

Hi Guys,
let me introduce myself, my name is Darryl and I am currently working for Mizuno Singapore - distributor is RSH Singapore Golf Golf house, I am their principal and currently running their business.
Feel free to give me your feedback and will try my best to give you any recommendations on Mizuno's products. Let me also say that if anybody is looking for a game of golf during the weekends at JB please feel free to PM me.

Replying to 2015 posts.

@xredevil - if you wish to do fitting i will recommend you to my pro or i can suggest that come to the next demo day and there will be a fitting session at NSRCC

@yao - if you remember me thanks for selling me the DG X100 shafts

@sinis - JPX 800 AD forged is a japanese market iron set (more forgiving thicker sole), JPX 800 Pro is the rest of the world - both are forged and thus butter feel. if you wish to get the AD version - either you get it from Japan or in Hongkong as my distributor carries it. however if you wish to go into the JPX series, i highly suggest you go through a fitting process for a suitable shaft recommendation.
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Sun Apr 05, 2015 8:06 pm

Awesome! Thanks for the very very useful insight @mizunoshen . 

In any case, my cousin has a 5 to P MP-53 to let go of guys. PM me if anyone is keen!
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Sun Apr 05, 2015 9:10 pm

Hi Daryl,

When and where would the next Mizuno demo day be held?

Thanks
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Sun Apr 05, 2015 9:38 pm

mizunoshen wrote:
Hi Guys,
let me introduce myself, my name is Darryl and I am currently working for Mizuno Singapore - distributor is RSH Singapore Golf Golf house, I am their principal and currently running their business.
Feel free to give me your feedback and will try my best to give you any recommendations on Mizuno's products. Let me also say that if anybody is looking for a game of golf during the weekends at JB please feel free to PM me.

Replying to 2015 posts.

@xredevil - if you wish to do fitting i will recommend you to my pro or i can suggest that come to the next demo day and there will be a fitting session at NSRCC

@yao - if you remember me thanks for selling me the DG X100 shafts

@sinis - JPX 800 AD forged is a japanese market iron set (more forgiving thicker sole), JPX 800 Pro is the rest of the world - both are forged and thus butter feel. if you wish to get the AD version - either you get it from Japan or in Hongkong as my distributor carries it. however if you wish to go into the JPX series, i highly suggest you go through a fitting process for a suitable shaft recommendation.

Hi Darryl. I had previously given feedback to Golf House but I'm not too sure if they ever did relay the feedback over to Mizuno.
I had intended to purchase the JPX850 forged or the MP4 with the KBS C Tapers since that was a shaft I had been fitted to, but Golf House/RSH told me that custom orders with Mizuno were not really possible, and if I insisted it would be very expensive. 
Mizuno has always been known to encourage custom fitting, and that seems to be the case for MizunoUSA and MizunoEurope where custom orders can be easily made much like how Titleist/Acushnet is doing very well in Singapore. 
Just food for thought maybe Smile would love to see Mizuno Singapore get more competitive with Titleist in terms of this.
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Sun Apr 05, 2015 10:03 pm

HitSoft wrote:
mizunoshen wrote:
Hi Guys,
let me introduce myself, my name is Darryl and I am currently working for Mizuno Singapore - distributor is RSH Singapore Golf Golf house, I am their principal and currently running their business.
Feel free to give me your feedback and will try my best to give you any recommendations on Mizuno's products. Let me also say that if anybody is looking for a game of golf during the weekends at JB please feel free to PM me.

Replying to 2015 posts.

@xredevil - if you wish to do fitting i will recommend you to my pro or i can suggest that come to the next demo day and there will be a fitting session at NSRCC

@yao - if you remember me thanks for selling me the DG X100 shafts

@sinis - JPX 800 AD forged is a japanese market iron set (more forgiving thicker sole), JPX 800 Pro is the rest of the world - both are forged and thus butter feel. if you wish to get the AD version - either you get it from Japan or in Hongkong as my distributor carries it. however if you wish to go into the JPX series, i highly suggest you go through a fitting process for a suitable shaft recommendation.

Hi Darryl. I had previously given feedback to Golf House but I'm not too sure if they ever did relay the feedback over to Mizuno.
I had intended to purchase the JPX850 forged or the MP4 with the KBS C Tapers since that was a shaft I had been fitted to, but Golf House/RSH told me that custom orders with Mizuno were not really possible, and if I insisted it would be very expensive. 
Mizuno has always been known to encourage custom fitting, and that seems to be the case for MizunoUSA and MizunoEurope where custom orders can be easily made much like how Titleist/Acushnet is doing very well in Singapore. 
Just food for thought maybe Smile would love to see Mizuno Singapore get more competitive with Titleist in terms of this.


i'll love to get an answer on this query as well.
was at Golf House Paragon trying the JPX-EZ forged, and staff told me that in order to be "fitted" based on Mizuno recommendations with custom shafts, i'll have to pay full retail price on the clubs, which is like more than double the sale price  Shocked Shocked
only options available locally were the stock SS and graphite shafts.
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Sun Apr 05, 2015 10:42 pm

xredevilx wrote:
HitSoft wrote:
mizunoshen wrote:
Hi Guys,
let me introduce myself, my name is Darryl and I am currently working for Mizuno Singapore - distributor is RSH Singapore Golf Golf house, I am their principal and currently running their business.
Feel free to give me your feedback and will try my best to give you any recommendations on Mizuno's products. Let me also say that if anybody is looking for a game of golf during the weekends at JB please feel free to PM me.

Replying to 2015 posts.

@xredevil - if you wish to do fitting i will recommend you to my pro or i can suggest that come to the next demo day and there will be a fitting session at NSRCC

@yao - if you remember me thanks for selling me the DG X100 shafts

@sinis - JPX 800 AD forged is a japanese market iron set (more forgiving thicker sole), JPX 800 Pro is the rest of the world - both are forged and thus butter feel. if you wish to get the AD version - either you get it from Japan or in Hongkong as my distributor carries it. however if you wish to go into the JPX series, i highly suggest you go through a fitting process for a suitable shaft recommendation.

Hi Darryl. I had previously given feedback to Golf House but I'm not too sure if they ever did relay the feedback over to Mizuno.
I had intended to purchase the JPX850 forged or the MP4 with the KBS C Tapers since that was a shaft I had been fitted to, but Golf House/RSH told me that custom orders with Mizuno were not really possible, and if I insisted it would be very expensive. 
Mizuno has always been known to encourage custom fitting, and that seems to be the case for MizunoUSA and MizunoEurope where custom orders can be easily made much like how Titleist/Acushnet is doing very well in Singapore. 
Just food for thought maybe Smile would love to see Mizuno Singapore get more competitive with Titleist in terms of this.


i'll love to get an answer on this query as well.
was at Golf House Paragon trying the JPX-EZ forged, and staff told me that in order to be "fitted" based on Mizuno recommendations with custom shafts, i'll have to pay full retail price on the clubs, which is like more than double the sale price  Shocked Shocked
only options available locally were the stock SS and graphite shafts.
Yes I thought paying the full retail price on top of the upcharge was just ridiculous. That's certainly not how Mizuno USA and Mizuno Golf Europe manage the brand. So I'm not sure if the situation here in Singapore is a consistent or effective way of managing the brand; to promote custom fitting and yet remove all discounts, charge full retail and then apply an upcharge. Just doesn't make sense to me and perhaps another reason why Titleist and other brands have more brand recognition. 
Just my two cents on the issue.
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Mon Apr 06, 2015 11:08 am

mizunoshen wrote:
Hi Guys,
let me introduce myself, my name is Darryl and I am currently working for Mizuno Singapore - distributor is RSH Singapore Golf Golf house, I am their principal and currently running their business.
Feel free to give me your feedback and will try my best to give you any recommendations on Mizuno's products. Let me also say that if anybody is looking for a game of golf during the weekends at JB please feel free to PM me.

Replying to 2015 posts.

@xredevil - if you wish to do fitting i will recommend you to my pro or i can suggest that come to the next demo day and there will be a fitting session at NSRCC

@yao - if you remember me thanks for selling me the DG X100 shafts

@sinis - JPX 800 AD forged is a japanese market iron set (more forgiving thicker sole), JPX 800 Pro is the rest of the world - both are forged and thus butter feel. if you wish to get the AD version - either you get it from Japan or in Hongkong as my distributor carries it. however if you wish to go into the JPX series, i highly suggest you go through a fitting process for a suitable shaft recommendation.

@ Darryl - No problem, hope you like your new shafts.
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Tue Apr 07, 2015 2:20 pm

@happydingle - will update on golf republic once RSH sets the date, last one was held last month at NSRCC, but now their driving range is undergoing some renovation so we are trying to get another location.

@hitsoft - thank you for your feedback -  KBS C Tapers must be ordered from Japan - what you get is JDM quality, just an option I will recommend the to buy the cheapest off the rack and reshaft it - although it might cost much more due to the cost of the quality aftermarket shafts. just a reference, with KBS C taper - new shafts and grips will cost you about 100 per piece, so a whole set will be about 700 more. 

Thing about Mizuno Singapore is that the rate set is dependent on the distributor, we are in the talks about this with RSH, thanks to your quality feedback.
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Wed Apr 08, 2015 8:18 am

@mizunoshen - Are there be any left handed golf clubs on offer at the Muzuno Golf House sale and to be fitted with?  I am interested in the JPX-850 forged irons.
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Wed Apr 08, 2015 10:37 am

@mizunoshen I had brought out this issue before I got my set of irons. The so-called fitting at GH is not ideal to say the least. Only allowing the standard shafts and alternating between regular and stiff is not fitting. It's more like shoehorning us in what GH wants rather than what is good for us. I would rather get hold of the heads I like and then do the shafts I want on my own rather than paying a premium for this in GH. 

Mizuno might be a top brand but doing this in such a competitive market like Singapore will not be feasible when there are so many options available.

Mizuno lost me as a customer and moving forward it will probably lose my son as a customer as well(he's playing JPX800 forged and is due for a change).
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Wed Apr 08, 2015 10:43 am

I dont suppose Golf House sells just the Mizuno heads?  Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Mizuno Owners Thread - Soft and Buttery   Wed Apr 08, 2015 11:34 am

xredevilx wrote:
I dont suppose Golf House sells just the Mizuno heads?  Smile
Asked them before and answer was nope.

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