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Regret getting rid of my mizzys

Sun Apr 07, 2013 8:45 pm

Posted by Trev159


In a bout of madness over Xmas I got rid of my JPX 800 HD irons which were custom fitted for me Feb 2012 and got a set of RBZ irons instead (i know !!!). Really want to return to Mizunos but now cannot afford to get a new set. My game was improving and now has stalled with the change of clubs with indifferent scoring and lack of confidence. Would love a set of JPX 825? Sorry for leaving you Mizuno. Will you take me back?
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Re: Regret getting rid of my mizzys

Sun Apr 07, 2013 8:54 pm

Posted by Bonobobananas


If you don't like the RBZ now is the time to sell. Just after the Masters there'll be loads of people after them as no doubt the TM advertising machine will be in full flow... Then you can pick up your Mizzies :D
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Re: Regret getting rid of my mizzys

Sun Apr 07, 2013 8:55 pm

Posted by dave_giz


I've let two brilliant Mizuno sets go in the past that I really regret, tp9s and mp62s... but at least I was selling them to fund an newer set of mizuno! Tsk tsk :D
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Re: Regret getting rid of my mizzys

Sun Apr 07, 2013 9:00 pm

Posted by Deemac


You'll find a way mate! ;-)
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Re: Regret getting rid of my mizzys

Sun Apr 07, 2013 9:08 pm

Posted by Trev159


I have looked at what I'd get for my TMs and its nowhere near enough to get the 825's. it seems that TM second hand stick drops in value massively compared to other brands. Brand new 825s are about £400 plus 2x wedges at £80 each. Reckon I would only get about £200 for my RBZs. 
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Re: Regret getting rid of my mizzys

Mon Apr 08, 2013 7:01 am

Posted by Deemac


Could you not try and pick up a second hand set of 825's?
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Re: Regret getting rid of my mizzys

Mon Apr 08, 2013 7:11 am

Posted by Trev159


NOt many used sets around. I would need nippon 950 shafts and +3 wraps of tape on the grip
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Re: Regret getting rid of my mizzys

Mon Apr 08, 2013 8:36 am

Posted by Villiers1


Trev159 wrote:

I have looked at what I'd get for my TMs and its nowhere near enough to get the 825's. it seems that TM second hand stick drops in value massively compared to other brands. Brand new 825s are about £400 plus 2x wedges at £80 each. Reckon I would only get about £200 for my RBZs. 


I'm in a similar boat at the moment Trev. I'm struggling to find a set of Mizzies I can afford. May have to switch to a set of Wilson's for a while. I'm having to start from scratch as I sold all my stuff. Not even a pair of golf shoes to my name yet. I would look at a set of JPX800's. You can still get them custom fitted and don't forget the Snainton discount. Looking at around £350 5-PW. Not sure if the Nippon shaft is an option though
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Re: Regret getting rid of my mizzys

Mon Apr 08, 2013 9:43 am

Posted by Assassin


Trev159 wrote:

I have looked at what I'd get for my TMs and its nowhere near enough to get the 825's. it seems that TM second hand stick drops in value massively compared to other brands. Brand new 825s are about £400 plus 2x wedges at £80 each. Reckon I would only get about £200 for my RBZs. 


You need to start saving or take an extra part time job to rectify the original error ;)
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Re: Regret getting rid of my mizzys

Mon Apr 08, 2013 12:22 pm

Posted by Trev159


How much discount do we get? Also what is the code (just in case ;))
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