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post #19 of 27
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I thought Luke played the 63s. And the place I work at has the 64s and H4 club heads for hitting. We also got some project X graphite shafts and 2 C-Taper shafts. The 64 head with the C-Taper shaft was awesome!

 

He has recently been playing the MP-59's.  He did use the 63's for a while.  MP-64's probably feel a lot similar to his 63's.

 

Thought he used the 32s, then the 62s, tried the 63s and didn't care for them (in spite of the glowing reviews he gave them while on the driving range in a few Mizuno sponsored youtube videos) then either stayed at or went to number 1 in the world with the 62s back in the bag. He's pretty much played like garbage since retiring the 62s.

post #20 of 27
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Thought he used the 32s, then the 62s, tried the 63s and didn't care for them (in spite of the glowing reviews he gave them while on the driving range in a few Mizuno sponsored youtube videos) then either stayed at or went to number 1 in the world with the 62s back in the bag. He's pretty much played like garbage since retiring the 62s.

 

Yep my mistake, I had the image of the MP62's in my head but said 63 a3_biggrin.gif

post #21 of 27
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Thought he used the 32s, then the 62s, tried the 63s and didn't care for them (in spite of the glowing reviews he gave them while on the driving range in a few Mizuno sponsored youtube videos) then either stayed at or went to number 1 in the world with the 62s back in the bag. He's pretty much played like garbage since retiring the 62s.

 

Yep my mistake, I had the image of the MP62's in my head but said 63 a3_biggrin.gif

 

I wonder if they were the same set of 62s the entire time? I know if "groove wear" is the deciding factor on whether or not my old Mizunos are playable then they're good for another 20 years easily (it helps when you hit the ball all over the face).

post #22 of 27
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lol @ horrible. the 59s are probably the most positivly reviewed irons in recent history.

Indeed.

post #23 of 27
I use the 59's and they are the best irons I've ever used...
post #24 of 27

Incidentally, Luke Donald is switching swing coaches too -- leaving Pat Goss who he's been with since college. He first tried to join Sean Foley's stable but Foley said he had too many top guys on the books already and recommended Chuck Cook -- who coaches Jason Dufner -- instead. Anyway, back to the sticks ...

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Foley Turns Down Luke Donald?

According to Jason Sobel's Twiiter, Luke Donald asked to work with Sean Foley and Foley said no.........Im sure more will come of this. Maybe he has a full roster?
post #26 of 27

What happened to Donald.  When Tiger dropped out of first this guy was top 3 and even #1 for a brief period.  Is he even top 10 anymore?  He just seems to have fallen.  Never really in contention.

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What happened to Donald.  When Tiger dropped out of first this guy was top 3 and even #1 for a brief period.  Is he even top 10 anymore?  He just seems to have fallen.  Never really in contention.

Well he was first in a bit of a vacuum and he got there by being really consistent without any real periods of dominance.
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