Mizuno World Masters woods

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freddiecfreddiec  4282WRX Points: 192Members Posts: 4,282 Titanium Tees
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Here are some great looking woods I just picked up recently. Were the Mizuno World Masters woods widely used in Europe during the persimmon era? Which years? Does anybody know if any real top players used them for a good period of time? Thanks.
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  • guisicianguisician play fast, play well, have fun  947WRX Points: 45Members Posts: 947 Golden Tee
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    Don't know their back story at all, but these Mizunos are gorgeous!
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  • dbg78dbg78  40WRX Points: 43Members Posts: 40 Bunkers
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    Would love to see the pics of these from the original thread. I picked up a couple of World Masters recently and would love to collect a few more!




    The 3 wood is perfect for me, but will need to go to the hassle of reshafting the driver if I was to game it regularly.

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  • freddiecfreddiec  4282WRX Points: 192Members Posts: 4,282 Titanium Tees
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    The World Master driver I posted above from 2013 I got from Jay Delsing. I sold it last year. I do have this one I picked up last year. It’s really nice

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    Beauty! Thanks for sharing.
    Always been a Mizuno man, but getting a bit addicted to clubs from this vintage. Really want to find a perfect driver to put in a bag for a few games. The one I have is very solid, but I can probably pick a decent one up for the same it will cost to reshaft and refinish!

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  • freddiecfreddiec  4282WRX Points: 192Members Posts: 4,282 Titanium Tees
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    What shaft is in that driver ? And what shaft do you prefer ?

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    x100 in mine.
    s300 is better flex for me (and probably the most likely solution) although in a perfect world I would find a graphite shaft with a bit higher launch.
    The 3 wood I picked up at the same time has an Exsar Gold stiff flex and it flies really nice. It’s like hitting a modern club just with the amazing feel of persimmon! I would only use a graphite from the same era.

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    On -, @freddiec said:

    The World Master driver I posted above from 2013 I got from Jay Delsing. I sold it last year. I do have this one I picked up last year. It’s really nice

    Can I see a TP decal on the toe in the 2nd pic? Nice!

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  • freddiecfreddiec  4282WRX Points: 192Members Posts: 4,282 Titanium Tees
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    Good eye, mine has a S300 !

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