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@Paiste,

 

Have you written that review?  I would love to read about the clubs.

post #92 of 94

I'm a 25 HCP and I play MP33.

 

I bought MP33 two years ago when I started playing golf. I didn't know SGI/blades/cavity and which irons that were suitable for me at that time. I bought them just because it looks good, came from a company that I'm familiar, and it was ridiculously cheap. I've been through various ups and downs with MP33. I enjoyed hitting pure shot with this blade. I have no problem with 5-PW, but mishits on long irons (3 and 4) were awful. My highest round so far was 116, while my lowest was 94. I don't really care with other people's opinion. If I have money, I will probably trade them with newer CB irons such as JPX EZ. Dunno.

 

Paiste, I hope you enjoy your blades and let us here know your updated experience with the MP68. Have fun!

post #93 of 94

6 years ago I was playing Callaway X-18 graphite shaft regular flex irons. I thought they were cool and I got a good deal on them. After getting fitted 2 years later I made the switch to my +3/4" 2* up Titleist 710 CB's. I was a 13 handicap at the time and they were (and still are) great but at the time I felt I needed more help than looks. I played those irons from a 13 to a 4 handicap and still love them. Playing with my buddies who exclusively play the Titleist MB irons (new set every time they change models lol) I am fond of the looks and if what @iacas is saying about shot dispersion being tighter, I might be making the switch soon as well. I only hit 6-8 greens a round and notice that I hardly knock down any pins when I do... I wonder if switching to the MB's would get me a little closer and help raise my birdies from .8 per round.

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Originally Posted by boogielicious View Post
 

@Paiste,

 

Have you written that review?  I would love to read about the clubs.

Sorry guys. I'm ridiculously busy being a Mechanical Engineer so I don't have a lot of time on my hands and when I do write the review, I want it to be a detailed one. I will get to it as soon as I can. Cheers.

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