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Mizuno MP53 Irons Are Pure To Play 
By shannelo789 on Apr 02, 2013 10:48 AM

How often do you spend your time on the golf?

The very first thing that came to mind when I saw the mizuno mp53 was pure. Over the past few years we’ve seen anything from gel-like inserts to flashy badges when it comes to irons. Mizuno didn’t have that in mind when designing the MP-53′s.

Tight lies or thick wet rough were no match for the mizuno mp 53 irons. The 360°grind made every type of lie effortless and the Pocket Cavity in the long irons made me forget I was playing a ‘Game Enhancement’ set.

The general results were that a poorly hit shot was about 1 club to 2 clubs short on average through the set. Meaning that a mizuno mp 67 poorly hit, goes roughly as far as a 7 or 8 iron would with a good strike.

But these irons really do get the ball responding and spinning well on landing, again though this was on the good strikes. Miss-hits that did hit the green with the mizuno mp-67 irons, like with most irons, didn't respond quite so well.

Any new new golf clubs to recommend?
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Titleist Pro V1 Is Designed To Improve Resiliency 
By shannelo789 on Apr 12, 2013 05:32 AM

This ball has just about all the bells and whistles a low handicapper likes. Long, straight, great feel, nice flight, easy to control, great greens control, and probably anything else you value in a ball. This is why this ball is #1 on tour. Everyone says it is just hype.

The new titleist pro v1 provides the exceptional distance and durability golfers have counted on, and now also delivers
increased spin control and a more consistent flight. This advanced performance results from a new innovative ZG process core technology, responsive ionomeric casing layer, Urethane Elastomer cover and spherically tiled 352 tetrahedral dimple design.

The pro v1 golf ball features a core formulation process designed to improve resiliency, and the Pro V1x uses a dual core (soft inner, firm outer). Both balls make use of a urethane elastomer cover with dimples arranged in spherically tiled patterns for consistent surface coverage.

While both the wholesale pro v1 golf ball and the Pro V1x make use of this same Urethane Elastomer Cover, and each exhibits a spherically-tiled tetrahedral dimple arrangement, the Pro V1 contains 352 dimples as opposed to the 328 dimples found on the Pro V1x.

Whichever you choose keep in mind that it’s hard to go wrong with either ball. Both have proven to consistently outperform most every other titleist pro v1x on the market in just about every dimension (which is why they cost about twice as much).

If you have been on the fence with this pro v1x golf ball or just reject it due to it's status, just try it.

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