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New Mizuno MP4 Muscle Backs... My first impression----> WOW!


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I was looking at these in Golftown yesterday and they are beautiful irons BUT then I saw the Cleveland 588mb and they are absolutely stunning. Both sets are WAY out of my league but damn, those 588s were purring. The Crossline grips on the Cleveland's really tie it all together like the Dude's rug in The Big Lebowski.
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I was looking at these in Golftown yesterday and they are beautiful irons BUT then I saw the Cleveland 588mb and they are absolutely stunning. Both sets are WAY out of my league but damn, those 588s were purring. The Crossline grips on the Cleveland's really tie it all together like the Dude's rug in The Big Lebowski.

You should game them ;-)

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The 588's are a great looking club. I must have demoed them a dozen times before reality set in. Though I was considering the CB/MB combo. Still out of my league. The miniscule sweet spot and the ball marks all over the impact tape probably had the salesman laughing inside.

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I was looking at these in Golftown yesterday and they are beautiful irons BUT then I saw the Cleveland 588mb and they are absolutely stunning. Both sets are WAY out of my league but damn, those 588s were purring. The Crossline grips on the Cleveland's really tie it all together like the Dude's rug in The Big Lebowski.

The 588mb irons are nice, but I still like the look of the MP4s better. I think the only other mass produced blades (or clubs in general) that look better than the Mizunos are the Titleist MBs

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