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Alright people, I just started playing and I have a second hand set of Mizuno mx-11's. They are nice to hit and I feel pretty good with them untill the 4-3 iron, then it goes downhill. But I found this old club at my house from who knows where and it has no brand name it just says "Pro King Series VI Custom" on the head of the club. Its a 5 iron and I took it to the range and I have never hit a ball cleaner then that in my life. So I want to try and find a cheap set seeing this one felt so perfect for me.

Has anyone heard of these clubs or know anything about them?

Thankyou

Ill add a picture soon

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Mistory, or Mystery..?  Never heard of them...sorry.

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I think they were the magic clubs used in the movie " Mr Bean Wins the Open Championship".
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I think they were the magic clubs used in the movie " Mr Bean Wins the Open Championship".

Sweet, so then I have one piece of movie magic!

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They just felt really nice and when that happens it was very confidence inspiring, so I feel a whole set would also feel very nice in my hand.

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See there, you went and Edited the title of your thread.......booo :-D

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They kind of look like Ping knock offs. Look for an old used set of Ping Eye 2. You should be able to find a used set for a reasonable price.
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Here's a tip on where to find some reasonably priced used clubs - go to the nearest used clothing store i.e. Salvation Army or similar. You'll be amazed at what you find! Always be on the lookout for old Ping Putters they can fetch a price of $1500 and up. Now keep this a secret and don't tell anybody lol
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They kind of look like Ping knock offs. Look for an old used set of Ping Eye 2. You should be able to find a used set for a reasonable price.

They could be, I cant find them online at all. Do you think change from the mizuno mx11 because they are still in good condition just cant hit them as good but I will probably get use to them!

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See there, you went and Edited the title of your thread.......booo

Not me haha must of been a mod

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You can take the club to a golf shop to get the specs. It probably hits easy because all the specs just happen to be a perfect match for your swing.
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