Back to back US Open wins for JPX900 Tour irons

MPX

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12
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UK
Irons
MP-H5 4-PW (C Taper Lite stiff), R-Series wedges (52/56)
Driver
JPX EZ 10.5 driver, JPX EZ 3 & 5 wood.
#1
How about that - cult status now.

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RMM

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Switzerland
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17.3
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Golf St. Apollinaire (France)
Irons
MP-68 DG-S300 3, Black Nickel 4 - PW / MP-T11 Black Nickel 50/52/54/56/58/60/64 / SC Newport 2.5
Driver
TM M1 430 9.5 Ahina / 910F 15 Kai'li / 910F 19 Kai'li
#2
Excellent. Is this now the Mizuno iron with the most Major winners? Must be at least among the top three?
 

MPX

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MP-H5 4-PW (C Taper Lite stiff), R-Series wedges (52/56)
Driver
JPX EZ 10.5 driver, JPX EZ 3 & 5 wood.
#3
Not sure i've ever seen an official count. I think Wilson were leading at one time, which to some degree makes the count redundant. It goes back too far to be relevant today.

The unpaid #playednotpaid story is a whole bigger world though. Seems to cut through all the sponsorship and TC ad bluff. Lots of media picking up the story - especially as the US Masters winner didn't have an equipment contract either.
 

RMM

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Aug 21, 2009
Location
Switzerland
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17.3
Local club/country
Golf St. Apollinaire (France)
Irons
MP-68 DG-S300 3, Black Nickel 4 - PW / MP-T11 Black Nickel 50/52/54/56/58/60/64 / SC Newport 2.5
Driver
TM M1 430 9.5 Ahina / 910F 15 Kai'li / 910F 19 Kai'li
#4
Not sure i've ever seen an official count. I think Wilson were leading at one time, which to some degree makes the count redundant. It goes back too far to be relevant today.

Thanks, but I was more interested in reading whether this is - in Terms of Major wins - the most succesful Mizuno iron.
 

MPX

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Irons
MP-H5 4-PW (C Taper Lite stiff), R-Series wedges (52/56)
Driver
JPX EZ 10.5 driver, JPX EZ 3 & 5 wood.
#5
Sorry RMM - just read your question again and realised i answered something totally different. Has to be in the top 3 as majors don't come along often enough for one model to win many. The JPX900 Tour has been a bit of a surprise package to some.......there was some doubt whether better players would play JPX over MP.
 
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