Have mostly Mizuno bag now - swapped out woods since 2008. Handicap has dropped a bit, but way less drama in how I get there. So, my scores are more consistent, even if the index is only a bit lower. Get a lot of kick in bogeys...
Mizuno MP-600 10.5 driver with Diamana Blueboard, stiff
Mizuno F-50 18 deg 5W w/stock Exsar shaft, stiff
Tour Edge XCG 4 Hybrid w/stock Graphite Design X-quad shaft, stiff
Mizuno MP-52 5-6 w/DG S300
Mizuno MP-60 7-PW w/DG S300
Titleist Vokey Wedges: 52 (bent to 51); 54 (bent to 55); 58
Ping B60 BeCu Putter
The MP-60s are great in the scoring irons. Mishits go straight, but short. MP-52s more forgiving at 5-6. No 4 iron - choke down on hybrid an inch and that works.
MP-600 driver is accurate. Consistently in fairway about 245 yards works fine for me.
Got rid of 3W; 5W almost as long and is more accurate. Making better choices not to go for some par 5s in two. Should have kept 904f, but gave 3W/5W to my Dad.
Have been using lob wedge less and less, and liking it more and more. Less temptation to try hero shots that cost me strokes.
Originally Posted by Dino
Just in the middle of swapping in two new woods and new irons this summer.
New driver is easier to hit straight, better trajectory, not necessarily longer. New 3 wood is great; finding more ways to use it off tee and turf.
Mizuno MP-60s - got a great deal on them, figured I'd try 'em and if I don't like 'em, then they're worth far more than I paid for 'em.
Here's what's in the bag:
Titleist 907 D2, 10.5 degrees, UST Proforce V2, 75 gram reg. shaft (replaced Taylor Made 300ti);
Titleist 904f 15 degree/19 degree woods with Graphite Design YS-6 stiff shafts (added 15 deg; had 19 deg.)
Mizuno MP-60, 4-PW, DG S300 shafts, 2 degrees up;
(replace Ping Eye 2 irons)
Titleist Vokey 200 Chrome 52/08 GW
Ping Eye 2 SW, 55/12
Ping Eye 2 LW, 58.5/8
Ping B60 BeCu with Winn oversize pistol grip (changed from standard Ping grip and like it)
Ran out of Precept U-TRI Tours. Currently playing sleeves of Titleist Pro V1x that I won at a charity tourney. May end up trying Bridgestone E5+ or Titleist NXT Tours...