JLPGA Tour Championship Ricoh Cup

LOS

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Joined
Dec 3, 2015
Local club/country
England
#1
Normally I wouldn't post a result like this but it shows one of things I find confusing about Mizuno. When a player is having a succesful season with a set of clubs why do they change them for the latest model when they are available instead of waiting until the season ends?

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The driver is a prototype.
 

MrK20

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Sep 4, 2018
Local club/country
Germany
Irons
Mizuno / MP 20 HMB; MP 20; T20 / 2; 3-9; 49, 54, 60, Nippon Modus 120 S
Driver
Mizuno / ST-Z / D, 3W, 5W / JPX900 22H / CLK 25H. MRC Diamana D+(D, 3W, 5W) , Fujikura SIX R(22), Fujikura Speeder Hb 85 (25)
#2
Ouch. That must have been a tough tournament.
I do agree that the equipment switch should wait until season end, however I would doubt that it was only the change in equipment that lead to this result.
 

LOS

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Joined
Dec 3, 2015
Local club/country
England
#3
She has had a poor end of season and wonder how muxh effect it has had on her confidence and I wonder how much preesure is put on these young players by Mizuno.
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Last years "Golden Girl" was Erika Hara" who is no longer with Mizuno and has only recentlly starting to get some form back.
 
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