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well dudes, I have joined the ranks of fellow Mizuno owners
after wanting to put some stiffer shafts in my PF Combo's, I decided it wasnt worth the cash
so, instead I bought some MP-57's w DG S300's
at Golf Town here they are $1000 + 10% tax - bought mine on ebay BRAND NEW in the box for $500 CDN shipped to my door

checked into the seller, very reputable, 100% feedback and a tonne of feedback

can't wait to put them in the ol bag!!
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Congrats my man. Hopefully by the end of the year imma get my MP 52 or MP 62 depending on my handicap.
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can't wait to put them in the ol bag!!

Welcome to the club. You're going to love them.

Congrats my man. Hopefully by the end of the year imma get my MP 52 or MP 62 depending on my handicap.

You're good enough for either or both right now, by the way.

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The secret handshake, the altar ritual and the blood oath. You need to learn it all.
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Awesome man!! Im jealous, I want to be in the MP 57 club soooo bad!

Enjoy the clubs!
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Don't have one bad word to say about the MP-57's, you definately got a good price. Hope you like them.
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i just bought the 67's because I got a really good deal,but I knew i was going to have trouble with them...im going to sell or trade them for the 57's though.
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i just bought the 67's because I got a really good deal,but I knew i was going to have trouble with them...im going to sell or trade them for the 57's though.

I was terrified walking out of the store with mine...until the first time I took them to the course.

Pure. Butter.
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they really arent as bad as everyone makes them out to be but I still struggle enough to wanna switch over to the mp-57's or 62's.
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welcome to the MP club - i'm swapping my 52's out after my fitting next week for the new MP 58's that just came out...
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well dudes, I have joined the ranks of fellow Mizuno owners

Good choice! I was just telling my bud on the course this afternoon here in sunny NorCal that I was never using any clubs but my 57s. I'm going to be that guy in his 60s (20 odd years from now) toting an old pair of clubs around and dropping it by the pin on every approach.

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well dudes, I have joined the ranks of fellow Mizuno owners

You'll love them.

Welcome to the club.
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Enjoy and have fun with them! I wanted to take the plunge this season and get into the 52's or 62's, but i couldn't retire my Grads! They've been so good to me!
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Welcome to the club, I'm on my second set of Miznuo's and looking at the MP 68 for my next set.
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