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post #19 of 29

I have irons and wedges...

 

Reasons?  Looks, feel, and sound.  performance

 

nothing more than those four things

 

 

Currently the irons are MP53s (I'm REALLY liking the MP-64s when I demo them too)

post #20 of 29

Quality, consistency, sound and especially the feel of a well struck ball is why I chose the JPX-800 PRO irons.

post #21 of 29

Well the 825 driver is the straightest i've ever hit. Not the longest but i don't care about 15 yards when i'm playing my next shot from the fairway. I had great numbers on trackman high launch low spin.

post #22 of 29

Nice! Worth giving it a whack when the EZ comes out then to see if the price difference warrants the new one or not :)

post #23 of 29
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Originally Posted by rustyredcab View Post
 

 

So, confused by this sudden change from the Adams I planned to buy, I went home and did lots of research. There I discovered Mark Crossfield and his obsessive love of Mizuno.

I always laugh when someone says that because despite his Mizuno love, Crossfield plays a Nike driver and a Ping hybrid.

post #24 of 29
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Originally Posted by GaijinGolfer View Post
 
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Originally Posted by rustyredcab View Post
 

 

So, confused by this sudden change from the Adams I planned to buy, I went home and did lots of research. There I discovered Mark Crossfield and his obsessive love of Mizuno.

I always laugh when someone says that because despite his Mizuno love, Crossfield plays a Nike driver and a Ping hybrid.

He also deliberately plays cavity backed irons at the moment too. :)

post #25 of 29

I think he's playing Mizuno eZ irons right now. 

 

I like his reviews. He's pretty much always positive. I don't mind he doesn't have a full Mizuno set, though he love Mizuno. He probably plays what is good for his game, which is commendable. 

post #26 of 29

Yep agreed. I got my JPX 800 driver/fw/hybrid quite a while back now and at that time there was nothing I hit better which is why I bought those. If I picked up a Nike Covert tomorrow and hit it beter I'd be happy to save and buy one to replace it, I just don't see the point if I hit the current stuff ok. :)

The only things I refuse point blank to change are my irons, wedges and putter and that's because I adore them all.

post #27 of 29
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Originally Posted by geauxforbroke View Post

Great looking irons, solid feel, and they're what I have. Irons are like beer, often the best ones are the ones that you have. 

Exactly! The best looking and best feel clubs I've hit. I've been playing Mizuno's since 2001. Had the MP-14's, went to the MP-30's, went back to the MP-14's and then just changed to the MP-4's right before Christmas. I'm pretty sure I'll probably never not play Mizuno irons. a3_biggrin.gif
post #28 of 29

Last sunday was one of those days you know why you play mizuno. 

All my irons where straight from the middle, and we all know that there isn't a better

feeling than a well struck mizuno iron. 

 

I was thinking of trading in my MP59's for JPX 825 pro irons, but after these rounds well i prefer my MP59.

post #29 of 29
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Originally Posted by tomvk77 View Post
 

Last sunday was one of those days you know why you play mizuno. 

All my irons where straight from the middle, and we all know that there isn't a better

feeling than a well struck mizuno iron. 

 

I was thinking of trading in my MP59's for JPX 825 pro irons, but after these rounds well i prefer my MP59.

Thats why I love my JPX-800s.  When struck well they feel like a Mizuno iron but are forgiving enough for when my swing is a little off.  Id love to play a set of blades or player's irons but most of the time these JPX-800s almost feel like cheating.

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