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Mizuno ST190 vs ST200 compare

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Hello has anyone compared these two Mizuno drivers?

Also anyone have insight on the shaft offering for the ST200?

Thank you

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  • third-times-a-charmthird-times-a-charm Members  3270WRX Points: 1,393Posts: 3,270 Titanium Tees
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    I dont think Mizuno has brought the ST200 to any end user demos yet. Should be soon, though.

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  • LukeDonaldsTigerLukeDonaldsTiger Members  458WRX Points: 217Handicap: 19Posts: 458 Greens
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    Reviving this. I‘d probably need a comparison between the G models, as I’m a high spin player and would like to be able to dial back some spin with the weights.

    The 190G can be had for very little now, but I’m thinking if I should spend ~150 more for the 200G? How big is the difference?

    I’m playing a JPX-900 now and it loses significant distance when not struck in the sweet spot. I’m getting nice low spin by shifting both weights towards the face in the center channel, though. Difference is HUGE.

    One big advantage of the 200G: better shaft availability. The 190G I found available with 20% off ebay coupons has the Atmos Blue in Stiff, which will spin more than for example the Diamana 60g shaft available for the 200G.

    What‘s your opinions?

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    WITB 2020:

    Driver: Mizuno JPX 900 @10.5° (Tensei White 70g stiff) - 240m/260y

    3W: Mizuno JPX 900 @15° (Motore Speeder VC 6.3 stiff) - 215m/235y

    alt.: 2i: Mizuno MP-18 MMC Fli-Hi @16.5° (DG S300 Sensicore) - 210m/230y

    3H: Srixon H45 Hybrid @19° (Kuro Kage 70g stiff) - 195m/215y

    3i: Mizuno MP-H5 @21° (Diamana S+ 80HY stiff) - 185m/200y

    4i-6i: Mizuno MP-15 (DG S300 Sensicore) - 4i: 170m/185y

    7i-PW: Mizuno MP-33 @1° strong (DG S300 Sensicore) - 7i: 140m/155y

    Wedges: Mizuno T20 wedges, @56-14/60-10 (DG S400 TI)

    Putter: Mizuno MP-T105

    Ball: Snell MTB Black (Yellow)

  • mvhoffmanmvhoffman Mikey NEPAMembers  1748WRX Points: 226Handicap: 10Posts: 1,748 Platinum Tees
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    I don't know about the 190 or 200, but I LOVE my ST180. The ugly blue color, the LOUD smack when hitting the ball... I love how it doesn't sound like every other carbon driver on the market. It is literally point and shoot

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    Driver - Mizuno ST 180 11.5u* w Kuro Kage Silver TiNi DC 60g S Shaft
    Irons/Wedges - Ping Rapture 2 iron w Ping CFS Stiff Shaft
                                Ping i25 4-LW w Ping CFS Stiff Shafts
    Grips - Golf Pride MCC +4 Driver/2iron, NDMC Standard 4-LW
    Putter - Bastain Milled Flow Neck Fusion Golf Prototype w Custom PX 6.0 shaft @ 33"
    Putter Grip - Golf Pride SNSR Straight 104
    Ball - Callaway Diablo Tour 3 Piece


  • lefty1978lefty1978 Charlotte, NCMembers  682WRX Points: 417Handicap: 8.7Posts: 682 Golden Tee
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    Find a 190 with Atmos tour spec black. You probably won't see much of a difference, if any, between the 190 and 200.

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    Mizuno ST190 9.5° w/ Fuji Atmos Black TS
    Mizuno ST190 3W w/ Graphite Design Tour AD DI
    Mizuno JPX 900 5W w/ Fuji Speeder 661 Evo II
    Mizuno MP-20 SEL HMB 4 iron w/ DG 120 S300
    Mizuno JPX 919 Forged 5-9 w/ DG 120 S300
    Mizuno S18 46° w/ DG S300
    Mizuno S18 52° w/ DG S300
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  • aquapigaquapig Members  551WRX Points: 235Handicap: 4.9Posts: 551 Golden Tee
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    The 190 is a fantastic driver. I haven't hit the 200, mainly due to the fact I love my 190 and have no desire or need to replace it.

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  • evoviiiyouevoviiiyou evoviiiyou Members  2031WRX Points: 167Posts: 2,031 Platinum Tees
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    All I can say with out testing the 200, is the ST 190 flat out performs with anything out there when paired with the right shaft for distance optimization and is quite forgiving with the 10.5 head. Subjectively, I like the look of the 190 better than the 200...purely on aesthetics of the sole. Form the top I don't think you can see a difference.

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    Mizuno ST190 10.5/ Fuji Speeder TR 661S/ GP TW White
    TM SIM MAX 10.5/ ACCRA TZ6 65M4/ GP TW White
    Mizuno CLK 16/ Nippon Modus Tour 130S/ GP TW White
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    Mizuno S18 Wedge 51/08/ PXLZ 5.5/ PURE Wrap BLK
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  • LukeDonaldsTigerLukeDonaldsTiger Members  458WRX Points: 217Handicap: 19Posts: 458 Greens
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    Thanks guys. Anybody know if the adapters are compatible (JPX-900 and ST-190/200)?

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    WITB 2020:

    Driver: Mizuno JPX 900 @10.5° (Tensei White 70g stiff) - 240m/260y

    3W: Mizuno JPX 900 @15° (Motore Speeder VC 6.3 stiff) - 215m/235y

    alt.: 2i: Mizuno MP-18 MMC Fli-Hi @16.5° (DG S300 Sensicore) - 210m/230y

    3H: Srixon H45 Hybrid @19° (Kuro Kage 70g stiff) - 195m/215y

    3i: Mizuno MP-H5 @21° (Diamana S+ 80HY stiff) - 185m/200y

    4i-6i: Mizuno MP-15 (DG S300 Sensicore) - 4i: 170m/185y

    7i-PW: Mizuno MP-33 @1° strong (DG S300 Sensicore) - 7i: 140m/155y

    Wedges: Mizuno T20 wedges, @56-14/60-10 (DG S400 TI)

    Putter: Mizuno MP-T105

    Ball: Snell MTB Black (Yellow)

  • Chuck905Chuck905 Members  1606WRX Points: 331Handicap: 7Posts: 1,606 Platinum Tees
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    I’m coming of the Epic SZ. Was patiently going to pull the trigger on the ST190, which was a quality job by Mizuno to being with, but some how they incrementally improved the ST200 on paper, so I pulled the trigger without even demo the driver.

    I like the open address and forgiveness for a lower spinning (not the lowest) driver. I have it lofted at 8.5* and nonissue getting it airborne.

    Lastly, the stock shaft for 2020 is a real deal made in Japan Diamana Blue, no brainer for me. Head cover is nice too.

    Had a few driving range sessions already, enjoying the flight and sound. It’s definitely one of the better feeling drivers at moment especially paired with the Diamana Blue shaft which is known for smoothness.

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    Mizuno ST200 Diamana Blue 7.5*
    Epic SZ Strong 3 Wood, 12.5*
    Ping G410 Crossover 17* Tour Shaft
    Ping i210 (3-PW), Px LZ 6.0
    Wilson Staff Model 54* SW and 58* LW
    Odyssey RX9 Putter
  • mattm777mattm777 Members  1WRX Points: 5Posts: 1 Starters
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    Hi, I have the ST190, ST190G and now a ST200. I also have the Atmos Blue 5S, Evenflow black stiff, hazardus smoke stiff and now the diamana blue stiff.

    The verdict is ST200 with Diamana blue is longest with the best dispersion. Next up would be the ST190 - noticeably more movement on ball with toe and heal hits. Toe hits tend to ballon and lose distance. ST190G just feels dull off the face to me and couldn’t get as confident with it - despite trying with many buckets.

    Shaft wise the Atmos is the most whippy and brings the duck hook into play for me, the evenflow has a nice feel but doesn’t do as good a job as the smoke. Then there is the diamana, which has some flex in it but feels the most powerful through the ball without being wild - my preferred shaft right now.

    Fyi, my swing speed is 100+/-, 230 carry is a nice hit for me.

    Enjoy!

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  • wilymowilymo GAMembers  335WRX Points: 59Posts: 335 Greens
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    Has anyone compared the ST190 and ST200 fairway woods? Love my ST200 driver and looking to get a 3 wood. Is the ST200 fairway worth the upgrade?

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  • Chuck905Chuck905 Members  1606WRX Points: 331Handicap: 7Posts: 1,606 Platinum Tees
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    I was tempted as well, walked into a flash sale so price was really cheap last weekend.

    I demo the 15* 3 wood and unfortunately it spun to much like excess of +3500 rpm (Vs my Epic SZ at 2000 rpm) so it was next to useless. The launch angle and feel was fine but the Diamana Blue equated for the excess spin.

    Another thing, the lofts are not adjustable.

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    Mizuno ST200 Diamana Blue 7.5*
    Epic SZ Strong 3 Wood, 12.5*
    Ping G410 Crossover 17* Tour Shaft
    Ping i210 (3-PW), Px LZ 6.0
    Wilson Staff Model 54* SW and 58* LW
    Odyssey RX9 Putter
  • FreshDKFreshDK Members  10WRX Points: 27Handicap: 15Posts: 10 Bunkers
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    Despite ST200 already had come out and ST190 were on sale, I went with the ST180 I managed to get for 80 USD. Tensei Blue shafts, adjustable loft + lie and lower profile/flatter bottom compared to both ST190 and ST200. All sound like advantages in my head, so it was a no brainer for me. I really like the low profile to get it off the fairway on par 5 holes.

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