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Moi build / progressive swingweight

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kyrazzykyrazzy Members  2WRX Points: 42Posts: 2 Starters
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Hey everyone,

I know this topic has been brought up probably 10xxx times but here’s my situation.

im looking to Do a build on some new irons I have just got.

mp20 blade PW-7

mp20 MMC 6-5

mp20 HMB 4-3

shafts I got are uncut new shafts

project X LZ 6.5 blackouts

I’ve always like the feel of a heavier SW (D5ish) for my irons but am intrigued with MOI matching.

i’ve read about “poor man moi matching” an here is what I’ve gathered. Essentially, the set is cut to 3/8” gaps between clubs and the SW gets lower as the club gets longer.

So my question is, can I just build the set in 1/2” increments with the PW starting at D5 and build the set decreasing in SW by .5 per club to the 3i? Will that accomplish moi matching at standard increments or am I missing something. I currently play my clubs 1/2” over Mizuno std length.

thanks for the help.

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  • Howard_JonesHoward_Jones Members  11645WRX Points: 2,300Posts: 11,645 Titanium Tees
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    You can do what ever you like, but 4/8" and 0.5 SWP between clubs want be MOI matched, thats 0.66 SWP (2/3 SWP) when there is 4/8" between clubs. The reason for using 3/8" is several, but we often need to make a head weight reduction in the long end using 4/8" between clubs, but we avoid that on 3/8" sets. With 3/8" between clubs SW progression becomes 0.5 SWP between clubs.

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  • kyrazzykyrazzy Members  2WRX Points: 42Posts: 2 Starters
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    @Howard_Jones

    so if I start with my PW at D5 SW at 36” and cut the rest of the set 3/8” from that and decrease SW by .5 per club than it’ll be MOI matched?

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