Mizuno MP-33 Review

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Guest's review of Mizuno MP-33


“forgiving for blades once you get in tune”

Written on: 18/01/2009

Bad Points
maximum distance is less then other clubs, but I play a stiff shaft
chrome chipping on 7 and 9 irons (7 was replaced)

General Comments
forgiving for blades once you get in tune
distance control & workability
out of the rough, garden spot or off the collar you'll be striking better I've played these for 8 years after trading in my Ping Zing shovels. The original set up was 2-p (rifle flighted 6.0), 52, 56, 60 and the 1-3 metals. I have repackaged & now sport 3-4 MX23s (FCM 6.0), 4-p 33s, 52, 56, TM Quad or 975JVS, old Callaway 3 regular flex, Cobra 3R, and my longtime gamer the Anser 2i. Regrips are Winn mids. When I started with these I carried a low teens index, I am now into the mid 3s. This clubs have carride me at Pasatiempo, Cypress, PB, Spyglass, Oakmont, Doral, SandHills, Bandon (all), Harding Park, etc...

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