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My knee jerk reaction was Cobra with the great irons and drivers they have been coming out with lately. But then I realized they do not really make any great wedges so that hurts their case. I think I have to agree that Mizuno is up there at the top, probably even with Titleist. Taylormade would have to be just a step below those two, probably even with Cleveland. Also, a case has to be made for Nike as they have a very wide array of clubs to choose from ranging all the way from Drivers down to putters.
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My knee jerk reaction was Cobra with the great irons and drivers they have been coming out with lately. But then I realized they do not really make any great wedges so that hurts their case. I think I have to agree that Mizuno is up there at the top, probably even with Titleist. Taylormade would have to be just a step below those two, probably even with Cleveland. Also, a case has to be made for Nike as they have a very wide array of clubs to choose from ranging all the way from Drivers down to putters.

ooh yeah, i didnt even think about Cobra. those new S2 Forged irons are freaking gorgeous! its to bad they dont make any wedges (as far as i know)

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ooh yeah, i didnt even think about Cobra. those new S2 Forged irons are freaking gorgeous! its to bad they dont make any wedges (as far as i know)

Yup, i own those bad boys...went to the shop and tested them against the Titleist AP2 irons. The Cobras literally felt and performed EXACTLY THE SAME as the AP2s for me...and with the $200 difference in price i was sold right away.
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My knee jerk reaction was Cobra with the great irons and drivers they have been coming out with lately. But then I realized they do not really make any great wedges so that hurts their case. I think I have to agree that Mizuno is up there at the top, probably even with Titleist. Taylormade would have to be just a step below those two, probably even with Cleveland. Also, a case has to be made for Nike as they have a very wide array of clubs to choose from ranging all the way from Drivers down to putters.

Cobra and Titleist are affiliated with the same mother company (ashunet or something) so you COULD use Cobra irons and woods and then use titleist wedges, balls, and putters.

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Cobra and Titleist are affiliated with the same mother company (ashunet or something) so you COULD use Cobra irons and woods and then use titleist wedges, balls, and putters.

Cobra used to make great wedges. Ever hear of Phil Rodgers? Most haven't.

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I have a feeling there aren't going to be many Mizuno responses since they aren't well known for their woods IMO. Definitely will be more Titleist choices than Mizuno.

Well here is another vote for Mizuno. I have their Drivers (3) and Fairway woods (2) and they are just fine for my swing. Their Hybrids (MX-700)are almost magical. After reading up on the buttery feel of their players irons I will try them in 2K10.

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I haven't really heard anyone with Nike? I'm going with nike

I threw my vote in for nike in an above post...they really do have great clubs in every category

Cobra and Titleist are affiliated with the same mother company (ashunet or something) so you COULD use Cobra irons and woods and then use titleist wedges, balls, and putters.

I'm sold

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