M-Craft Putters

LOS

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Dec 3, 2015
Local club/country
England
#1
MPX, Although these are now listed on the website they only show a length of 34 inches. There is nothing showing in the Custom Fit section to show these will be available at different lengths and I hope this will be changed as they are far too long for me.
 

rt_charger

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Feb 8, 2019
Local club/country
Australia
#2
They wouldn't be able to make a putter that was one length only.... that would be stock length. Actually much nicer than the standard 35. Can always just cut it down in the fitting process.
 

c883884

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Joined
Aug 29, 2010
Location
Adelaide, Australia
HCP
GA 11.6
Local club/country
http://www.ttggolfclub.com.au
Irons
Mizuno MP18 3-PW PX 5.5, T4 50 58,
Driver
Mizuno ST-180, JPX900 3w, 5w - all Kuro Kage TiNi 60X, Mizuno putter

MPX

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Apr 7, 2009
HCP
12
Local club/country
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.
#5
We're looking at how to accommodate the custom lengths as we get used to putters again. Couldn't ignore the MCRAFT, but our factory isn't quite set up for custom putter lengths just yet.
 

PaulBoy

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Nov 18, 2012
HCP
4.7 CONGU
Local club/country
Army GC & New Forest GC
Irons
JPX919 Tour 5-PW S300 AMT
Driver
TaylorMade M5 MRC Tensei Orange 60s
#6
In an ideal world Mizuno would offer these at various lengths, but as a small fish in a big pond of putter suppliers, I can understand them offering just the "middle ground" in length (34") - If that length doesn't suit it is quite straightforward to remove the grip, cut down (or extend) the shaft & put the grip back on? - If I can do it, it can't be that difficult?
Paul
 
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LOS

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#7
In an ideal world Mizuno would offer these at various lengths, but as a small fish in a big pond of putter suppliers, I can understand them offering just the "middle ground" in length (34") - If that length doesn't suit it is quite straightforward to remove the grip, cut down (or extend) the shaft & put the grip back on? - If I can do it, it can't be that difficult?
Paul
If it was secondhand I would have no problems doing what you say but we are talking brand new from a company that promotes custom fitting so I don't see why I should have to.
 

seanmor

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Joined
Sep 6, 2012
Location
Kilmarnock, Scotland.
HCP
19
Local club/country
Caprington Golf Club Kilmarnock
Irons
JPX-900 HM 7-PW PX LZ Graphite A flex
Driver
ST 1890 HL 10.5 deg ATMOS 5R2 Senior flex shaft
#8
Hi Paul,

Would you mind sharing the method that you use for removing the grips as this is something I would like to be able to do at the moment I just cut them off and fit a new grip..! but I'd really like to use the grips again,

John.
 

Brattz

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Nov 6, 2016
Location
Derby, Derbyshire
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3.6 (4c)
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Morley Hayes Resort, England www.morleyhayes.com
Irons
Mizuno JPX 919 Tour (4-PW) - Project X LZ 6.0 120g - 0.5° Flat - 1/2"+
Driver
Titleist TS3 - HC Project X LZ17 6.5 60g, 9.5°, A1 - 11g
#9
Hi Paul,

Would you mind sharing the method that you use for removing the grips as this is something I would like to be able to do at the moment I just cut them off and fit a new grip..! but I'd really like to use the grips again,

John.
John,
I use an air compressor if I want to keep the grip. You can blow it off
 

Brattz

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Nov 6, 2016
Location
Derby, Derbyshire
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3.6 (4c)
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Morley Hayes Resort, England www.morleyhayes.com
Irons
Mizuno JPX 919 Tour (4-PW) - Project X LZ 6.0 120g - 0.5° Flat - 1/2"+
Driver
Titleist TS3 - HC Project X LZ17 6.5 60g, 9.5°, A1 - 11g
#10
Like this
 

seanmor

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Sep 6, 2012
Location
Kilmarnock, Scotland.
HCP
19
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Caprington Golf Club Kilmarnock
Irons
JPX-900 HM 7-PW PX LZ Graphite A flex
Driver
ST 1890 HL 10.5 deg ATMOS 5R2 Senior flex shaft
#11
Hi Brattz,

This method would be ideal but unfortunately I don't have an air compressor or even access to one,
I do have a small 12V Air compressor that I use to check and inflate my car tyres and wondered if I there is some way of using that to do it..?

Cheers

John.

PS

After a bit of Googling I think I've found an answer to my problem there is an AC/DC power supply universal transformer adaptor that you can plug in to your wall socket that has the 12V cigarette lighter socket attachment so you can power various car devices in house,

I've ordered one of the internet so I'll let you know if it works out OK or if I manage to blow my self up..!

PPS

Apologies to LOS for high jacking his thread about the new Mizuno Putters..!
 
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PaulBoy

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Joined
Nov 18, 2012
HCP
4.7 CONGU
Local club/country
Army GC & New Forest GC
Irons
JPX919 Tour 5-PW S300 AMT
Driver
TaylorMade M5 MRC Tensei Orange 60s
#12
Hi Paul,

Would you mind sharing the method that you use for removing the grips as this is something I would like to be able to do at the moment I just cut them off and fit a new grip..! but I'd really like to use the grips again,

John.
Hi John ... I don't have a compressor, or access to one, so I use a tool to remove my grips - I'll try & find a link to a description or video of how you use it, rather than try to explain, but I've been doing this for several years & it must have saved me a fortune!
BRB ... Paul

Golf Grip Removal Tool

PS - If you go down the tool route search "V - Groove Golf grip remover " on the bay & "clubworks-dg" have it at best price
 
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seanmor

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Joined
Sep 6, 2012
Location
Kilmarnock, Scotland.
HCP
19
Local club/country
Caprington Golf Club Kilmarnock
Irons
JPX-900 HM 7-PW PX LZ Graphite A flex
Driver
ST 1890 HL 10.5 deg ATMOS 5R2 Senior flex shaft
#13
Hi John ... I don't have a compressor, or access to one, so I use a tool to remove my grips - I'll try & find a link to a description or video of how you use it, rather than try to explain, but I've been doing this for several years & it must have saved me a fortune!
BRB ... Paul

Golf Grip Removal Tool

PS - If you go down the tool route search "V - Groove Golf grip remover " on the bay & "clubworks-dg" have it at best price
Hi Paul,

I had a look on the Bay and I see the V golf grip remover tool that you mentioned they range in price from £32.95 up to £42.95..!
I've ordered this AC/DC power transformer adaptor plug that I may be able to use my car air compressor with to blow the grips off,
it only cost me £4.79 with free post so I'll wait see if that works first,

The most annoying thing about it all is I'm a retired engineer and if I had still been working I would have made the removal tool myself,

John.
 

LOS

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Dec 3, 2015
Local club/country
England
#14
Hi Paul,

I had a look on the Bay and I see the V golf grip remover tool that you mentioned they range in price from £32.95 up to £42.95..!
I've ordered this AC/DC power transformer adaptor plug that I may be able to use my car air compressor with to blow the grips off,
it only cost me £4.79 with free post so I'll wait see if that works first,

The most annoying thing about it all is I'm a retired engineer and if I had still been working I would have made the removal tool myself,

John.
John, My twopenneth regarding Car air compressors this way is that there is no reservoir to store air so that you cannot maintain a constant high pressure to be able to do anything other than blow up tyres.
 
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seanmor

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Sep 6, 2012
Location
Kilmarnock, Scotland.
HCP
19
Local club/country
Caprington Golf Club Kilmarnock
Irons
JPX-900 HM 7-PW PX LZ Graphite A flex
Driver
ST 1890 HL 10.5 deg ATMOS 5R2 Senior flex shaft
#15
John, My twopenneth regarding Car air compressors this way is that there is no reservoir to store air so that you cannot maintain a constant high pressure to be able to do anything other than blow up tyres.
Hi LOS,

Yes you could well be correct I never thought about that..!

I went on YouTube and watched a video of how to remove a golf grip using only a metal coat hanger and some grip solvent
and as I just happened to have a metal coat hanger and grip solvent I used that method and I had the grip off in under five minuets undamaged
and ready to be used again..!

John.
 
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