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post #37 of 44
Do you have the sole width measurement for the 32s? I was able to find the 52s are 18.1mm.
post #38 of 44
I can measure the two the same way. I'll post pictures this evening.

The bounce specifications are about a degree or two higher on the 32.

I can look like a low handicap, using a more forgiving club. a3_biggrin.gif
post #39 of 44
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Originally Posted by colin007 View Post

Do you have the sole width measurement for the 32s? I was able to find the 52s are 18.1mm.

Here's a picture of the 9 iron.

post #40 of 44
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Originally Posted by Lihu View Post

Here's a picture of the 9 iron.


They look pretty close, don't they? I mean, comparable, not opposite ends of the spectrum.
post #41 of 44
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Originally Posted by colin007 View Post

They look pretty close, don't they? I mean, comparable, not opposite ends of the spectrum.

Very comparable. Many people think my MP52 are blades too.

Maybe it's just the super comfortable grips. a2_wink.gif
post #42 of 44
Are you able to tell if the lie angles are a little different? That could of course impact how they perform for you.

Maybe you can trade them both in towards the i20s. The Mrs might even agree that was a good move!

I play the MP-52s and they are great. Played MP-33s prior to that. Definitely play the MP-52s better... But the result of playing the MP-33s for a season was what I wanted (and sounds like what you were shooting for)... Became a much better ball striker!
post #43 of 44
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Originally Posted by tefunk View Post

Are you able to tell if the lie angles are a little different? That could of course impact how they perform for you.

Maybe you can trade them both in towards the i20s. The Mrs might even agree that was a good move!

I play the MP-52s and they are great. Played MP-33s prior to that. Definitely play the MP-52s better... But the result of playing the MP-33s for a season was what I wanted (and sounds like what you were shooting for)... Became a much better ball striker!

The lie angles are both 3 degrees flat. My issue with the mp52 are that they feel too "stiff", while the KBS feel "hefty" and springy. I feel like I'm not rushed.

I'm not that fast a swinger and they feel good. Possibly the grips and possibly the shafts or both. I just like the way they feel when swing. I can switch back to the MP52 anytime, and also borrow my son's i20 any time as well.

Like you said, it helps with ball striking.

BTW, these are MP32 not the 33.
post #44 of 44

I have the MP-67s with PX 6.0 flighted shafts.  I love 'em.  They feel great, I like the ball flight, and they aren't that hard to hit or anything.  I could maybe use a more forgiving 4 and 5 iron, but what it really comes down to is if I put a good swing on them they are just fine, and if i put a crap swing on them they don't go where i want them to go.  I don't really know how much a more forgiving iron would really help in that regard. 

 

I also used to know somebody who hit the 32s well (dg300) and he wasn't a super great golfer or anything...probably mid/high 80s shooter.  I think most people would be surprised at how well they hit them...as opposed to being disappointed that they were too hard to hit.

 

But in the end, different iron heads and different shafts fit people differently.  You might love a head and the next guy might hate it.  You might not fit into a shaft and it will feel terrible, but it might feel great to the next guy.  You just have to find what works for you and then stick with it. 

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