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  1. Thanks for that information. Interesting ??
  2. > @DaveMac said: > The MP 25’s have the co forged titanium insert which makes them feel a little different than the single material Mizuno forgings. Throw in a bit of boron into the mix and you have a marmite MP model.
  3. > @DaveMac said: > The MP 25’s have the co forged titanium insert which makes them feel a little different than the single material Mizuno forgings. Throw in a bit of boron into the mix and you have a marmite MP model. I’m pretty sure you’re referencing the MP59. With the titanium incorporated pocket. I wasn’t aware The 25s were packing any titanium. So that would be new news to me. Thanks!
  4. > @jetmech879 said: > I think the 25s got a bad rep because of the boron. Everyone says they don’t feel as good. I played them for a brief time with a MP 5 combo set. I didn’t see much difference in forgiveness between the 2. Feel wise I remember them being very similar. Also, the plastic badge on the back was a turnoff for many. Thanks for your input. Really good point about the plastics badge on the cavity. That was really a cosmetic flaw for sure!
  5. Hey fellas, I guess my inquiry would be this. Why are the 25’s dismissed almost unanimously here? I’m really just trying to hear a more objective opinion of players that gamed them. I hear it’s the boron, or that they should’ve been branded a JPX. Almost all say it comes down to feel? They offer a layer of forgiveness that some say doesn’t deserve the MP label. Mind you the 53’s and 54’s I find huge in the forgiveness area. But Mp 25 is a much more compact design than those. Brutally honest of me, subjectively they feel really good. Soft with a click! I would love to hear what the det
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