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Mx200 vs Mx300 vs Mx25

Tue Aug 16, 2011 4:51 am

Posted by hotcoffee


To all users of the above clubs and to those who have knowledge of Mizuno clubs:
I am currently using MP-57 and hovering around handicap of 20.
I love my MP-57s. It gives me good feedback on my swing especially on my faults when I hit it wrongly.
It is good on control and the classic Mizuno feel!
But I am tending towards buying a used set with more forgiveness and a bit more explosion off the face.
This is purely just to improve on my score now...
Any information or feedback on Mx200 or Mx300 or Mx25 will be much appreciated!
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Re: Mx200 vs Mx300 vs Mx25

Tue Aug 16, 2011 4:54 am

Posted by hotcoffee


I have to clarify that I bought my MP-57s when I was still shooting above 100s.
But I have gradually improved and is scoring between 92-94.
When I get a bad round, I would wished I had something a little more power and forgiveness in my irons.
But it is a difficult dilemma!
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Re: Mx200 vs Mx300 vs Mx25

Tue Aug 16, 2011 5:15 am

Posted by Steve D


mx 300's, can't go wrong. Classic styling, good amount of help. If however you tend to hit most of your shots on the toey side mx200's might be a better option.
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Re: Mx200 vs Mx300 vs Mx25

Tue Aug 16, 2011 6:41 am

Posted by Molliedooker


mx200 and 300 are 2 degrees stronger than the Mp57. MX 25 are one degree.
From my experience the mx200 are more forgiving than the 25's and longer but do not have the same soft feel as the 25's TO ME.
You may have to allow for the extra offset in the MX series
As I am a lefty I have not used the 300's
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Re: Mx200 vs Mx300 vs Mx25

Tue Aug 16, 2011 1:57 pm

Posted by hotcoffee


I don't get too many toe hits. Maybe the Ytune thing on mx200 is not so important then.
Mx300 has this centerpiece weight which looks inspiring. Ok. Down to mx300 vs mx25 then.
Which is the more forgiving one and which one gives a better feel?
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Re: Mx200 vs Mx300 vs Mx25

Tue Aug 16, 2011 2:03 pm

Posted by DCB


Went through a similar thought process and ditched my MP57s in favour of the new JPX800 Pros. I thought about buying a set of 'last years' MX300s, but decided to go the whole hog and get the new model.

I have hit both MX300s and mX25s and would say that there is not an awful lot of difference between them. since fee is a very individual thing, I'll not say which I thought was best in that department, but suffice to say, If I couldn't have stretched to the JPX Pros it'd have gone for MX300s.

Whatever you choose just make sure it fits your eye and gives you confidence at address ;-)
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Re: Mx200 vs Mx300 vs Mx25

Tue Aug 16, 2011 2:04 pm

Posted by BigPete


I play fairly regularly with 2 brothers - one has 200s and the other has 25s - both with lighter than standard regular shafts.

Whenever I hit either I wonder why I don't play them myself. They seem so easy to hit, it's a bit like cheating.

I wouldn't get too swept up by "Y tune technology" and all that. It's mostly marketing speak. They have to have some kind of tech to shout about when they launch new gear. All those 3 are great clubs with great feel and easy to get off the ground. The 300s may be a smidge less forgiving than the other 2 but not much.

It's more about finding the right shaft - any of those heads will do you proud

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Re: Mx200 vs Mx300 vs Mx25

Tue Aug 16, 2011 2:15 pm

Posted by Deemac


Agree 100% with Big Pete!

The 25's 200's and 300's were all a natural progression of clubs with not a huge amount of difference between them all.

The 300's are arguably the pick of the bunch - however, as Pete says... "Get the right shaft" and any of them will do the trick!!
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Re: Mx200 vs Mx300 vs Mx25

Tue Aug 16, 2011 4:49 pm

Posted by RobB


300's without a doubt.Quality clubs.
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Re: Mx200 vs Mx300 vs Mx25

Tue Aug 16, 2011 4:57 pm

Posted by Alastair Gibson


25's for me!

I have yet to find a club that offers me everything the 25's do, and i have tried most.

Feel, forgiveness and workability in perfect balance. And in my humble opinion slightly better looking than 200 or 300!

I beleive that they are the best selling Miz irons ever. Thats for a reason!

As stated you cant go wrong with any of them though.

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