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what to buy?

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Hi, I´ve been out of the game for quite some time now so I really don´t know what to look for. I have a set of callaway big bertha x-12 series and I´m wanting to buy a new set of clubs. I came down to these 3.
mizuno jpx 800, taylor made burner plus and the taylor made racketballz rbz. all with steel stiff shaft.
Any recommendation?

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If it were me I would take the mizunos, they are a really nice set of irons. I would stay away from the rbz irons as I know people from this site have had minor issues with them but I hear the newer jet speed items are very good however. I will also add however that the x-12s might serve you very well for the time being and the money saved could be put towards some good instruction. Best wishes anyway
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Hi, I´ve been out of the game for quite some time now so I really don´t know what to look for. I have a set of callaway big bertha x-12 series and I´m wanting to buy a new set of clubs. I came down to these 3.

mizuno jpx 800, taylor made burner plus and the taylor made racketballz rbz. all with steel stiff shaft.

Any recommendation?

I learned on TM BUrner Plus irons - they're very good clubs, but super game improvement category for higher hcp'ers.    RBZ are game improvement & better suited for mid-cappers, which is where you are.    Plus the RBZ are a lot slimmer looking at address, which most people like.    Can't go wrong with either IMHO & they're both much more forgiving compared to the irons you have.

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Just try them and than make your choice.

as i'm a mizuno fan i would go for the mizuno's . Maybe the pro version is a better fit for you.

but again get fitted it will save you some strokes.

On the other hand after that you can't blame the clubs

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