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  1. Yeah those jt titliest are too nice. This is true mostly everything is at least decent...its basically just on looks and feel. The 18 and 20 mmc were miles ahead on looks vs these 223. Kinda odd but cant make beautys every year i guess lol
  2. Cally mickelson 2.0 wedge.. bought a extra one as backup... callaway md4 52° had before sold and have again and just ordered mizuno t22 52° 2 of them same loft different colors... and last but not least... i had a nike covert driver and whole matching set which i sold... i saw the covert driver i had on craiglist in like new condtion for $60... yeah re bought that too.
  3. And my early response is... ew. Said that the last few years though until i was in person.
  4. In my mind i allways want the newest clubs to look great to me 1st and then if they perform great then great if not then thats a no go even if it looks perfect. I cannot play ugly clubs i just cant. I need to feel great about my clubs look. Its a look great feel great thing. I feel this offering doesnt look as good as the mp20 or jpx 21. I highly doubt they preform any better either... even if they did probably not by much. So thats my thoughts on it.
  5. Im not really impressed with these new mizuno irons. We all know they will feel pretty good but imo they look wayy sub par from the mp 20 and 21 releases. The only ok one to me are the 221. If you allready have hmb or mmc which i have mmc mp 20... id say skip this release. I also think the feb release time is to give themselves a break... pretty sure they have been overloaded with orders since january 2020. This helps them catch up probably.
  6. Ive played mulriple nike, Callaway irons... ive hit taylor made and titleist. The best and softest irons ive ever owned are mizuno. I have mp5s and mmc20 both feel outstanding vs other irons ive ever hit. Now... despite what is said... cast irons actually seem softer to me most of the time then forged... but if you come across the right forged irons they can be just a soft if not a tad more soft. I think that because of the spring like effect from cast irons it feels trampoline like and there fore soft... where as strike some forged irons bad sometimes and it can hurt... specially blades but not always the case. My mizuno mp5 feel like butter all over the face. Never felt a stinger with them. My mizuno mmc are just as small as anything and unless a hit real thin they always feel great. I played callaway apex 19s that i thought felt like a rock on every shot. Ive played some of their cast offering and they felt forged. I currently have cally xforged/MB 18s that feel very soft. Any set from any maker can feel very soft or harsh it depends but mizuno does tend to be consistently soft and unique feeling. I do belive their grain flow forging process really does make a difference.
  7. Ordered mine... two 52 degrees... one copper one shiny satin.
  8. I have an untouched 2017 rogue staff stand bag driver, 3 wood.... this is akward.
  9. Not sure what these are but i like the name and the style kinda... likethe shape of the iron... high squarish pointy toe
  10. Callaway pm grind 2.0... im never stuck in a bunker now... also certain wedges can help or hinder your long or short approach game...
  11. Taylormade is very pushy about their products it seems to the pros... does the pro absolutely have to play it to make me want to? Not at all.. all it has to do is perform for me well not them... if they just so happen to play it then woopdie dooo...
  12. My final thought is... i dont like the 223 or 225 i think it is? The 221s are nice... still the script is awful. I know this is picky but if they removed the first line before the m starts it would look alot cleaner. Maybe even make the letters smaller.
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