Serial number

Joined
Dec 8, 2016
HCP
12
Local club/country
Royal Dornoch
Irons
4-PW Mizuno JPX 850 Forged
Driver
Mizuno JPX EZ 2016 - Fujikara Orochi Stiff
#1
If I have the serial number of a club, can it be checked to see if it’s genuine?

171017S
 

PaulBoy

Well-Known Member
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
#2
I could be talking bollards here, but my understanding of the newer Mizuno irons are that the number etched on each iron hosel is the date the club was built (in your case 17th October 2017 & the S refers to "Stock", whereas a Custom order will have the letter "C" after the date) - I don't believe they are serial numbers, as presumably more than one set of irons would be made on any given date? - Happy to be proved wrong, but that's how it was explained to me ...
Paul
 
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Joined
Dec 8, 2016
HCP
12
Local club/country
Royal Dornoch
Irons
4-PW Mizuno JPX 850 Forged
Driver
Mizuno JPX EZ 2016 - Fujikara Orochi Stiff
#3
Hmm, thats not really a serial number then as you say, it won't identify what type of club and/or spec it relates to. The date does make sense however in terms of the head type and the period it was produced
 

Brattz

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Joined
Nov 6, 2016
Location
Derby, Derbyshire
HCP
3.6 (4c)
Local club/country
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 917 D2 - Project X EvenFlow Blue 65g 6.5 10.5° - A1 - 12g Neutral
#4
Paul is spot on. If it’s got a C at the end you ring Cumbernauld and they require the number and your surname to get the specs up
 
Joined
Dec 8, 2016
HCP
12
Local club/country
Royal Dornoch
Irons
4-PW Mizuno JPX 850 Forged
Driver
Mizuno JPX EZ 2016 - Fujikara Orochi Stiff
#5
Well, I’ve seen them in the flesh now and they look blooming stunning. If my son grumbles for a second I’ll just have to put them in my bag 😃
 
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