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MP 20 because its Mizuno.   Wk

haters in the house> @BLF0901 said: > Mizuno because of the copper layer, the shaft options, and they just plain look like jewelry. The only thing Titleist makes that is worth the premium pric

You owe it to yourself to try the Wilson staff blades.

Whichever you like because it’s your money not ours ? but if you need help spending it go with the Titleist because they look spectacular this year at address.

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[b]Titleist TS3 15* GD ADDI 7X[/b][/color]
[color=#000000][b]Titleist U500 3 Tensei White 100 TX
Titleist U500 4 AMT White X100[/b]
[b]Titleist 620 MB 5-Pw DG AMT White X100 [/b]
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MP 20 because its Mizuno.

 

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Mizuno ST200G Diamana Blue D+ 60s
Mizuno 3Wood ST200 TS 15* Diamana White D+ 70s
Mizuno 5Wood ST3200 18* Diamana White D+ 70s
Mizuno MP20 MMC 4-PW NS PRO MOD3 Stiff
Mizuno T20 50* Raw,54* Raw, 58* Raw NS PRO Wedge 115
Mizuno M-Craft II 33"
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In real terms - they are both very similar. When fit properly are both going to do the same thing.

Mizuno have made steps forward with the HMB in trying to make them nice to blend, where as with Titleist you have the CB and T100 which will both fit but look a bit different.

Mizuno will give a wide range of shaft choices that carry little or no upcharge, and also they carry a nice selection of grips that are no upcharge.

 

Hit both and try them... but get fitted on a trackman or similar to see real time ball data.

 

 

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MP20 is the complete package, copper underlay + HD Forged for a unique feel and improved shaping over MP18. The stability, consistency and forgiveness in this model are like nothing I've ever experienced in a blade.

SIM 9*, Accra RPG 472 M5+, 45"
M5 15*, Accra TZx 475 M5, 43"
Ping G400 19*, Accra XH85, 41"

HMB 4i (22*) Modus 125X
MP20 5-P, Modus 130X
T20 50*7, 54*8,60*6 Modus Wedge 125
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2019 Srixon XV

Occasionally throw in a DI over the hybrid, 3i HMB (18*) KBS Proto 85X

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> @Kevinnz said:

> > @drgolfaholic said:

> > > @Kevinnz said:

> > > Technology wise, mp20.

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> > Care to elaborate?

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> Mizuno did something really interesting with the mp20 and apparently it works!

> Think the 620 is just a traditional mb. No new design tech added.

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It's a hunk of metal, man.

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Miura CB-57 4-7 Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100

Miura MB-001 8-PW Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100

Titleist JDM Forged 51F & 56M Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400

Titleist SM8 60S Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400

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these types of irons are just updated really with newer shafts, and for those with worn blades that need new ones. tech is highly debatable, along with everything else. both are the best of the best in this genre. the choice comes down to brand preference. do you want to send your money to mizuno or titleist?

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A blade is pretty much a blade, that being said; if you are a sweeper who tends to miss slightly thin, then the Mizuno with the reverse taper may suit you better. It's designed to keep the club from delofting on thin shots and keep the launch and spin consistent. If you are more of a digger, especially one who might hit the ball fractionally heavy from time to time; the Titleist and their new pre-worn leading edge might be a big benefit to you.

 

Other than that, it comes down to feel, which is mostly sound. Neither club is really going to be softer than the other. But they are tuned to make different sounds. The sound you prefer is highly personal.

 

Finally, it's blending. If you're going to play both sets 3i or 4i to PW, this doesn't matter. But if you are going to replace the 3i, 4i, etc; this becomes an issue. Do you like the U-500 or U-510 as a 3i or 4i? Or do you prefer the look of the HMB? If you're swapping out a mid iron, do you like the T100 or do you like the MMC or HMB?

 

Personally, I'd choose the MP20, and mostly due to blending. Even at my handicap I think I could probably play 8-PW in either blade. I think the HMB would give me better results at the 5i and 6i than the T100. And I have the option to go MMC at the 7i if the blade is too much club or the HMB is too chunky.

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> @mtnbiker5 said:

> stupid response> @Luke7 said:

> > Whichever you like because it’s your money not ours ? but if you need help spending it go with the Titleist because they look spectacular this year at address.

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Lol anything I can do to help

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[b]Titleist TS3 15* GD ADDI 7X[/b][/color]
[color=#000000][b]Titleist U500 3 Tensei White 100 TX
Titleist U500 4 AMT White X100[/b]
[b]Titleist 620 MB 5-Pw DG AMT White X100 [/b]
[b]Titleist SM7 Raw 50.08F, 56.10S, 60.08M DG AMT White S300[/b][/color]
[b][color=#000000]Scotty Cameron HHH Timeless[/color]
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> @Orlandogolfguru said:

> these types of irons are just updated really with newer shafts, and for those with worn blades that need new ones. tech is highly debatable, along with everything else. both are the best of the best in this genre. the choice comes down to brand preference. do you want to send your money to mizuno or titleist?

 

Couldnt agree more but mizuno went further determined to make as much of a difference as possible, whereas other manufactures just make minimal tweak. Mizuno made it work this time, look at the ball speed off center

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I HAVE BEEN TO THE PGA TOUR SUPER STORE AND STILL NOT SEEN EITHER SET IN PERSON.

I'M REALLY EXCITED TO SEE THEM IN PERSON.

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> @balls_deep said:

> > @Kevinnz said:

> > > @drgolfaholic said:

> > > > @Kevinnz said:

> > > > Technology wise, mp20.

> > >

> > > Care to elaborate?

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> > Mizuno did something really interesting with the mp20 and apparently it works!

> > Think the 620 is just a traditional mb. No new design tech added.

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> It's a hunk of metal, man.

 

well ya but; the metal was mined from the depths of the grey mountains by dwarves, forged by the men of Gondor, quenched with the bladder liquid from Balrog. Final honing done by the Elves of Rivendell and delivered to your front door by the shure footed Hobbits.

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> @2putttom said:

> > @balls_deep said:

> > > @Kevinnz said:

> > > > @drgolfaholic said:

> > > > > @Kevinnz said:

> > > > > Technology wise, mp20.

> > > >

> > > > Care to elaborate?

> > >

> > >

> > > Mizuno did something really interesting with the mp20 and apparently it works!

> > > Think the 620 is just a traditional mb. No new design tech added.

> > > 2afiix8ptcub.png

> > > cu14ck2k973a.png

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> > It's a hunk of metal, man.

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> well ya but; the metal was mined from the depths of the grey mountains by dwarves, forged by the men of Gondor, quenched with the bladder liquid from Balrog. Final honing done by the Elves of Rivendell and delivered to your front door by the shure footed Hobbits.

 

You watch too much SciFi.

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> @COmedic said:

> So much excitement. Though I also felt like shouting in all caps when I finally had the chance to hit the MP-20 with $-taper shafts

 

How did that go? Has to be a sick combo

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