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  1. [quote name='From_Parts_Unknown' timestamp='1382632154' post='8051415'] I have a slightly used set of Mizuno MP-4 MP-54 combo that I would like to sale. I bought them last week from a local guy and quickly realized why I do not play blades anymore after one round this past weekend. They are in great shape with very little bag chatter. Everything is stock except the shafts. They are factory installed Nippon n.s. Pro 1150GH Tour stiff flex. The 4 iron is a MP-54 head while the 5-PW are MP-4 heads. Total of 7 clubs. I am asking $675 for the set. Unfortunately, I am not looking for any t
  2. [quote name='Phillipsac18' timestamp='1376705996' post='7691662'] Hello everybody, this is my first time selling on Golfwrx. Ive bought a few things off of here before and am sick of selling things on eBay so if I can avoid it I am going to try! My ebay user id is adamphillips85 if you want to check my feedback, I always give an excellent representation of all clubs because it is what I would want in return. With that said here is what I would like to sell. Please no trades at this time. All prices include shipping via USPS Priority. Thanks! Paypal is [email protected] 1. Right-Han
  3. [quote name='GooseHook' timestamp='1363014957' post='6589241'] I've gotten about 2 rounds in with mine, coming from 2 seasons with MP T-11 wedges. The sets are same loft and bounce makeup. Looks and feelwise, they are great. for tight chips around the green, and the mud I had to hit out of, they were also great. Out of the sand is still TBD. I haven't gotten much practice in, but something about the sole gives the impression that these don't "pop" through the sand like the T-11 did. It might have been the sand at that particular course, but the jury is still out. They spin like crazy t
  4. So I got fitted for MP-64 and some H4 combo set (Thinking 3-5 H4 and 6-W for 64) and was told that it would better to have similiar feeling forged wedges to go along with the set. I know I need to add a 50 and 54 wedge (already have a 58 cleveland 588 forged wedge), but not sure that I shouldn't just stick with the new new Cleveland Rotex wedges. What do your guys recommed? Are the Mizuno T4 wedges awesome?
  5. I am same boat and similiar hcp. Looking at I 20's and Mizuno MP 59 and hit them both great. way better turf interaction. Leaning towards I-20 because of price
  6. Thanks everyone. Good Advice so far. I am really striking the ball well and been alot more consistent. I was actually very pleasantly surprised that I could hit the Mizuno 64/59 with ease and love the feel and look. But I am on the fence and a little hesitant to make that jump even though I have been testing a 6 iron MP 64 fro two weeks on the range and on the course and had some succesful shots (approx 160 from bunker 6ft from pin for birdie). I probably should be smart and practical and make the next logical jump to I-20 instead which has more fogiveness and playability. I will try the Brid
  7. Anyone?! Could really use some advice!
  8. Hello all! I am new to the board, but I have been browsing the last few months and I have found all the comments, threads, etc. very helpful. So, I need your help and expertise. So here is some background about myself and my clubs. I am 35, from Texas and I joined a country club about 2 years ago with great practice facilities, so I get to play year round and practice a good amount. Didn't pick up a golf club till after college but I consider myself fairly athletic (I swam in college- maybe I need to be the next Hank Haney project like Phelps), so hitting the club a long way isn't an issue w
  9. Hello all! I am new to the board, but I have been browsing the last few months and I have found all the comments, threads, etc. very helpful. So, I need your help and expertise. So here is some background about myself and my clubs. I am 35, from Texas and I joined a country club about 2 years ago with great practice facilities, so I get to play year round and practice a good amount. Didn't pick up a golf club till after college but I consider myself fairly athletic (I swam in college- maybe I need to be the next Hank Haney project like Phelps), so hitting the club a long way isn't an issue w
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