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looking for new mp 33 or 37

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hello all, i was at a golf simulator a couple days ago, goofing around. I endedup hitting the mp37 and mp33 irons and loved them. im looking around to hopefully get a set brand new, however mizuno stopped making the 33's a while back, and the 37's are no longer considered mizuno classics. so my question is can i get mizuno to make me a set of either? or do i have to search the internet for a new set. I dont want a used set.
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I doubt you can get them brand new from Mizuno. It wouldn't hurt to give them a call though. You can find gently used MP-33's online for a good price.
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where did you guys find your mp 33'2 or 37's? also mizuno just took the mp 37's off there signature series on the website, so would calling them up help me at all?
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I bought my on ebay about 2 years ago for about $250 plus shipping, but I have seen newer to brand new clubs selling for about $550. MP100 are mp33 anniversary edition.
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I picked up a new set off of ebay a few months back and probably won't put it into play until my used set falls apart. They are fun clubs to hit, so I feel your pain in looking for a new set.
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what about the 37's do you think i could call up mizuno and have them makes me some? considering they stopped making them only around 3 months ago.
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I was also looking for MP-33s about 3 months ago. I had a chance to play them and then had to have them due to the buttery feel. Couldn't find them new and I had a credit card points that would pay for MP-67s. Naturally, after much research I went with MP-67, which Mizuno told me is basically the same club with more forgiveness due to the cut muscle. I am learning to play them pretty well at the range; my off center shots are much less. Although I am just picking the game back up in about 20 years, my consistency suffers because I tend to be in the rough too much off the tee and struggle with difficult lies, but when I have a scoring shot to make, these things are like darts. I absolutely love these irons, so much so that I also have purchased their round Wedge 54* and 2 Mizuno hybrids17* and 20*, which I also am learning to hit very well. This week my new Mizuno Driver arrives. MP 33s are great clubs but the MP-67s are, too. Mizuno forged-iron clubs are addictive.

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From what I've heard, Mizuno will make almost any iron in their history special order. There may be a wait but I think they will make a new set of MP-33's.

Good luck
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New MP-100s on ebay along with some other clubs

thanks but i would be too afraid to game those irons, i might lose them or some one could steal them. Also if im going to spend 1200+ on irons i would DEFINETLY go with miura.

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bump... what does everyone else thing of the mizzy mp 37's i heard enough about the 33's Also any blade sets you would reccomend to me?
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While on the topic of mp37 I'm a high handicap golfer and I'm looking to improve from my set cavity backs which I'm decently consistent with. My buddy has a set of mp 37 5-pw with rifle precision shafts for 50$ is it worth buying blades being such a high handicap or jut waiting and by another nicer set of cavity backs?
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Originally Posted by carcher

While on the topic of mp37 I'm a high handicap golfer and I'm looking to improve from my set cavity backs which I'm decently consistent with. My buddy has a set of mp 37 5-pw with rifle precision shafts for 50$ is it worth buying blades being such a high handicap or jut waiting and by another nicer set of cavity backs?

For a high handicapper, probably not the best option. However, I'd be willing to take them off his hands.

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