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Steve Draper

Titleist DCI 962 - Upgrade

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I love my DCI`s, but they are badly worn out and need replacing.

What is a good replacement for them for my upgrade without feeling much of a difference in my swing ?

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I'd start by trying out Titleist's AP2s or the new Mizuno mp54s.  Can't go wrong with either set.

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I heard about AP2`s. Are they the same as the old DCI`s ?

I haven`t used Mizuno`s for years. I will go down to the golf course and try a few clubs.

I don`t want to have to change my swing because of a set that looks all sparkly. I just want them to work for me.

I know that off the shelf clubs are a standard for about 80% of golfers, so i will give it a try and reply back.

Thanks for the advice

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Yeah, I hear you...

I guess it all depends on what you're looking for.  I have the same set of old DCIs.  They're not the most forgiving clubs, so I decided to go with a set that would give me a little more "help".  But if you like them and hit them well then the technology in either of the sets I mentioned should give you good results.

If I had the cash for a new set right now I'd go with those mp-54s.

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Ap1s, Ap2s, or even Titleist CBs would be good replacements.

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Thats great news.

My local golf pro shop has a good sale on.

I`m going down there this weekend to take a look.

Thanks Guys

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If you like the size and shape of the 962, you'll probably like AP2 over the AP1.  I played the 962 for a while back in the early 2000s, and it's still a good club.

Don't overlook the importance of finding the right shaft, that can make a world of difference.

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