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Posts by Deryck Griffith

 Correct, pretty much NO chance.... They do.  I'm very curious about the forgiveness while still being a "players"  MP iron.  This will probably be a replacement to the Mp59 and more forgiving.  One thing about Mizuno, I love their irons but man do I dislike their naming sequence.
You can bet Tiger wanted to make the cut (and did). He needs tournament reps, badly.  There is only the WGC Bridgestone he's going to play in before the PGA Championship.  Even though he pretty much doesn't have a chance this weekend (even though anything is possible), he'll use the weekend to sharpen his tournament play conditioning in an attempt to iron out the rust.  Again, reps.
Tiger just ripped a 3 wood down 18 into the wind 300 yards.   I'm not sure what the game plan was today but he literally hit his driver today like an 8 handicap.  Nike needs to build him a frankenwood 3 wood like Callaway did for Phil.    He just can't consistently hit the driver anymore and it's in his head.  Build him a strong, deep faced 3 wood that's shorter than the driver so he can play 285 yard line drives that roll out to 300-310 yards.
I didn't see this coming.  Not much information or any official press release just yet aside from this link.   http://www.mizunoforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=23840&p=104006#p104006   They look excellent and look like they are going to replace the MP-59.  The titanium insert and design looks like there's going to be a lot of perimeter weighting which obviously means more forgiveness while still looking like a players iron.   Should be interesting!
That gold Vault is insane!
Honestly, we are splitting hairs as they are all pretty incredible and it's difficult to accurately determine which one is better.  That said, if I had to choose one it would be Furyk and him for these reasons: The course was playing extremely hard that day and there wasn't anyone close to him.  The course was new for him and the players as Conway Farms wasn't on the PGA Tour rotation prior to that tournament.  So, prior "information" on the course; green speeds, green...
He's got to keep relevant somehow...
Very informative, thanks for sharing.
 By any chance, was it the qualifier that was at Tumble Creek Club?
 If you close your eyes really hard to visualize this, take 100 swings a day and really focus on execution, it'll "just happen."  Good Luck ;)
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