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Using every the diverse types of graphite, the raised and lowered bend and stop issues, and now sometimes tipping it nearly looks out of control. I also contacted a Mizuno fitter and after the cursory questions, he felt certain I should be hitting the MP 57’s.
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Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Hi T, yes there are two models in the JPX iron line.
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Mizuno JPX E500 Driver Review
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Posted 23 September – Started by bintandreamSep 22 The Miizuno is indeed geared towards mid and even low handicappers looking for forgiveness. Expert editorial reviews, breaking golf tour and industry news, what to play, how to play and where to play. Check out this similar item we found for you.
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Mentally, I was already daunted. Search Advanced Search section: Turn any bicycle to an electric bike in one minute — views. So they get a strong recommendation from me All clubs are preowned Japanese models with Japanese specifications.
As Chris said in another post, I would be careful about stock NS shafts. Big Molinali approaching European Ryder Cup points I really doubt that a skinny fella like me could generate that kind of clubhead speed.
The UDS technology enhances stability and maximizes the energy transferred on impact by minimizing the side to side and up and down vibrations. One of which was his suggestion that I try a shaft with a higher kick point to bring up my very low ball flight. If the stiff regular gives you a softer feel without losing constency than that should be your choice. Watch list is full. What are your thoughts on these fitting sessions and if you could throw in your insight on which of these clubs are the better choice, I would be all ears and most appreciative.
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