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titleist 710 mb vs. mp-68


  1. 1. Which one will be better?

    • titleist 710 mb
    • mizuno mp-68

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Honestly, Mizuno is top notch and I love their MP33's and 67's and sure the 68 will be solid, but Titleist is back to form with these new irons and I have to go with them. It's smart they kept the cavity back AP2's so everyone can play titleist. I just really prefer blades and these are gonna find their way in many players bags for sure. Im glad titleist woke from a deep sleep, the Z thingys, cavity backs, 907 drivers were worrying me.

710MB gets my vote!

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I voted for MP-68 just to even out the polls . Honestly, I'm going to try both of them, it all comes down to personal preference.

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which one do you think will be better?

I voted with my heart...I love mizzy irons. I would love to try both but that said either would have to be a hell of an iron to knock out my MP-32s. :)

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I voted for 710's. Both will be great, 2 best iron makers out there. I just like the look of the 710's a little more. I wouldn't play either due to forgivness, but they sure do look nice.

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They are both blades, so how much better can one really be vs. the other. With that said, i voted for titleist, because i am brand loyal, and all my clubs are titleist except my driver.

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I hit the Mp-68s a couple days ago at Golf Galaxy and they are solid! Great feel, weight, and look. Very traditional looking blade. I have two sets of Mizunos and I would not be afraid to bag these at all. Currently, I am working on improving my handicap though, which is why my blades, MP-14s, are sitting in the closet. I have never liked any of the Titleist forgings, save for the Hoffman forged 681 T.

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