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post #19 of 24
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I like the buttery smooth feeling of a pured muzzy (always mess around with the mp4 demo at the pya store) but honestly any pured shot feels good to me no matter what club. I mostly prefer forged irons for the solid feel of one piece of metal rather than the feeling of a thin face and plastic. Hopefully some day I can purchase a new set of mizzys.



Ha! I'm always at golfsmith hitting the Mp4. I'm sure they hate me.
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Originally Posted by MConstantineJr View Post


Ha! I'm always at golfsmith hitting the Mp4. I'm sure they hate me.

I used to hit at golfsmith too but I definitely got a sense that they hated me. And I purchased a membership for the hitting bays at the pga store when I bought my irons so they don't mind. I just take the mp4 to the practice bay and they love me at the pga store. That is until I ask them to put together a full set of TEs for me since the membership also includes unlimited free club repair. The work they do will pay for the membership itself.

post #21 of 24
Just a heads up. The same gentleman I ordered my gently used like new MMB blades is selling a like new set of TE (3-gw) with FST 115 stiff on eBay. Starting bid $179. He started his bid on the MMB for $189 and that's what I got them for. This is his second posting of the TE as nobody bit on his $189 original starting bid. So I think you can get them for a steal. He's legit and the clubs are great. Just one note however, seems Maltby standard lengths are about 1/4 inch shorter than traditional lengths.
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Originally Posted by dwade247 View Post

Thank you very much. Very interested in the pictures!

Here a few photos I took. They include a Mizuno TZoid 1 iron I had laying around for a comparison. I agree with other poster, you can't beat these clubs, they are that good. The low price is just a huge bonus




post #23 of 24
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Thanks kenstl,

 

Really helps to compare.

post #24 of 24
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Originally Posted by dwade247 View Post
 

WOW! That is great! I can't find any specs about sole width of any big OEMs so I couldn't really tell what .781" really looked like. ...

 

What you might do is contact the manufacturer and ask for the "factory specs" on the irons of interest. "Factory specs" usually contain extra columns of  data on the model measurements which the OEMs don't put in the annual product catalogs, or online promo sites.

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