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post #1 of 22
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Check out pics of the Mizuno JPX 825 driver and hybrid.  What do you think of the MP-69 irons?  Pretty sweet!

 

For other coverage of the 2013 PGA Show check out these links

 

TaylorMade PGA Show

 

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Callaway PGA Show

 

PING PGA Show

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #2 of 22

I think Im in love with those JPX-825s and MP-69s!

post #3 of 22
I really liked the JPX800 driver, looks performance and all, but that JPX825 driver is dead sexy! If it performs like it's predecessor, watch out!
post #4 of 22

Damn, why did you have to post the MP-69's?!  Makes me want them and it's going to blow my golf budget!! c2_beer.gif

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Originally Posted by Beachcomber View Post

Damn, why did you have to post the MP-69's?!  Makes me want them and it's going to blow my golf budget!! c2_beer.gif

Yep! Damn, they're pretty. Wish I was good enough to play them!
post #6 of 22

They always have the cleanest looking clubs, great designs. 

post #7 of 22
I picked up a set of JPX-825 irons a few weeks ago. Not as sexy looking as the MPs but I love them so far. If only the frigid weather and snow would disappear!
post #8 of 22

The triangular driver says "I'm 5 years behind everyone else."

 

Triangle is very stable and forgiving - I like it, but most have moved away from it as consumers have shown they don't appreciate it. Most have gone to a softer triangle or a pearish triangle.

post #9 of 22

The clubs disappear in the grass. If it wasn't for the matte groove area, you'd wonder where the f&%k the head of the club went!

 

post #10 of 22

OOOH SHINY!!!!

 

That is awesome, i want a high gloss finish on my clubs, can i get them chromed ;)

post #11 of 22
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biggest driver EVAR!!!  or maybe theyre just miniature bags?  lol...

post #12 of 22

just bought new mp-59's with KBS shatfs...they are staying in the bag for at least 2 seasons...or until they stop working properly!!

post #13 of 22
I've been looking at the JPX 825 Pros and the me MP-H4s. I'm playing to a 9 now. Like the looks on the H4s better. Anybody have a good plus/minus?
post #14 of 22

well for me the fact that they N/A for left is a problem...LOL

post #15 of 22
Those MP 69s are sweeeeeet looking.
post #16 of 22
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Originally Posted by Mr. Desmond View Post

The triangular driver says "I'm 5 years behind everyone else."

 

Triangle is very stable and forgiving - I like it, but most have moved away from it as consumers have shown they don't appreciate it. Most have gone to a softer triangle or a pearish triangle.


Unlike some others, Mizuno doesnt follow ever little golf fad.  Mizuno goes their own way with what works, even if thats not whats the hottest thing on tour.  Hence the lack of an adjustable driver. 

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Originally Posted by Kieran123 View Post

The clubs disappear in the grass. If it wasn't for the matte groove area, you'd wonder where the f&%k the head of the club went!

 

 

They should chrome out an entire set like that and call them the Predators. They'd sell terribly, but they'd be funny to see -- err, not see.

post #18 of 22

Thanks for the mention in the video Mike! a1_smile.gif

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