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Mizuno EZ Forged vs Ping G25

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For those who tried/played both, how would you compare these two?

I'm currently gaming Mizuno MP-33 and looking for forgiveness.

Thanks for any input.

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I really like Mark, only problem is he doesn't say many negative comments about anything.

This should give you some insight though

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i've watch many of Mark's video's on youtube and find them very easy to watch and understand...

and i think his reasoning behind him not having many negative comments about clubs is,

1 i am sure he probably hits all clubs pretty good

and 2 he might be getting said clubs on the free side... and if you start telling people X irons kind of suck lol  in the nice way... and it gets back to said company, they tend to not send you free stuff anymore...

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I agree 100%

I just made the comment for the OP as its not going to give a objective point of view on the clubs

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For those who tried/played both, how would you compare these two? I'm currently gaming Mizuno MP-33 and looking for forgiveness. Thanks for any input.

I won't say that I am providing a critique of either club because I'm a Mizuno sell out(I did play Ping i3s in high school) but I will say that I've struggled with the same thing that you are struggling with. I love the feel of mp-33s but I struggle with the 6i-4i... You may want to give the jpx-800 pros a shot, last year I switched out my 6i and 4i from mp-33s to jpx-800 pros and bent the 6i three deg strong (don't carry a 5i anymore,extra wedge instead). I will say that they are a little bit "clicky" but they are not bad for a game improvement club. Hope this helps.

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Thanks for prompt response, guys.

I watched Mark's videos and indeed he probably never say anything negative about the clubs/equipments he tested. However, I must admit that his videos are informative and quite enjoyable.

As for the JPX800 Pros, I do really like them. I just want to try different set of irons which is not chrome/satin like MP33. Weird, I know. :)

One more question, what makes Ping irons more expensive than other irons? For instance, here in the UK, a used set of G25 (not forged) is about £400 while JPX800 Pro or AP2 712 (forged) are about £250.

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Thanks for prompt response, guys.

I watched Mark's videos and indeed he probably never say anything negative about the clubs/equipments he tested. However, I must admit that his videos are informative and quite enjoyable.

As for the JPX800 Pros, I do really like them. I just want to try different set of irons which is not chrome/satin like MP33. Weird, I know. :)

One more question, what makes Ping irons more expensive than other irons? For instance, here in the UK, a used set of G25 (not forged) is about £400 while JPX800 Pro or AP2 712 (forged) are about £250.

One thing that makes Ping more expensive is they control the pricing of their clubs.  For example, a retailer can't mark down Ping clubs to a better price.  They have to sell Ping clubs for what Ping tells them too.  Even store discounts/coupons, etc can't be used to get a better price.

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One thing that makes Ping more expensive is they control the pricing of their clubs.  For example, a retailer can't mark down Ping clubs to a better price.  They have to sell Ping clubs for what Ping tells them too.  Even store discounts/coupons, etc can't be used to get a better price.

I think all the major OEMs are this way. E.g., if you look at the dollar-off specials Goflsmith runs, almost all the OEMs are excluded (including Mizuno, as I recall).

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