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Fri Mar 15, 2013 6:39 pm

Posted by The_don_LFC


I'll let you know after tomorrows comp. 
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Re: New Mizuno balls - leave your feedback here

Fri Mar 15, 2013 10:45 pm

Posted by OhBoy!


Played D201 on front 9 and MP-S on back 9. D201 was straight and long (seemed longer than Bridgestone 330S but it was a warmer day). Nice hanging flight. No complaints. MP-S was similar to ProV1. Nice feel around greens and stopped well.  Again, no complaints.
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Re: New Mizuno balls - leave your feedback here

Fri Mar 15, 2013 11:38 pm

Posted by wazy15


The big question is, if you were to take the logos off a prov1 and mp ball, could you tell which was which around the golf course?

I am keen on trying them but can't find any around Edinburgh. Was hoping I could find a tester pack of 2 balls but can't find them either! The price is putting me off a bit when I can get provs for 35 a box
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Re: New Mizuno balls - leave your feedback here

Fri Mar 15, 2013 11:44 pm

Posted by Deemac


wazy15 wrote:

The big question is, if you were to take the logos off a prov1 and mp ball, could you tell which was which around the golf course?

I am keen on trying them but can't find any around Edinburgh. Was hoping I could find a tester pack of 2 balls but can't find them either! The price is putting me off a bit when I can get provs for 35 a box


Answer to your question - No, I couldn't tell the difference.


You should get them from Snainton Golf on the web.  If you use the forum discount, they end up the same price as Pro V1's!
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Re: New Mizuno balls - leave your feedback here

Sun Mar 17, 2013 12:09 am

Posted by wazy15


cheers Demac. I managed to source some in Edinburgh from craigmiller park golf club. Going to give them a whirl and see how they feel. Tried some chips and spin is comparable to the prov1. Started snowing so can't use them on the course yet :(
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Sun Mar 17, 2013 1:59 pm

Posted by HAIRY ESSEX BLOKE


I have played 9 holes with the D201, I usually use Srixon Soft Feel, the sound off the irons was a hard click which I found very pleasant, the feel was quite similar. Distance seemed better and behaviour on the greens first class. Can't wait to go out again and get ready for Frilford.   
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Re: New Mizuno balls - leave your feedback here

Sun Mar 17, 2013 6:59 pm

Posted by MizunoWI


My feedback is that Mizuno needs to offer these balls in the U.S.; along with the MP-A/Line 90 putters and the shoes.
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Re: New Mizuno balls - leave your feedback here

Mon Mar 18, 2013 4:43 pm

Posted by Buddha


Got my new D201's last week, Couldn't play that the weekend bloody Snow, will be trying them out at Foxhills this Wednesday. Can't wait
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Re: New Mizuno balls - leave your feedback here

Fri Mar 22, 2013 2:53 pm

Posted by BigH


A question for anyone who's played both the MP-S and Pro V1 2013 model.

Which is the more durable out of the two?
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Re: New Mizuno balls - leave your feedback here

Fri Mar 22, 2013 7:58 pm

Posted by Deemac


BigH wrote:

A question for anyone who's played both the MP-S and Pro V1 2013 model.

Which is the more durable out of the two?


Pretty similar to be honest...
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