Active Member
May 8, 2021
Local club/country
GC de Koepel, netherlands
Mizuno JPX 921 Forged KBS Tour Stiff 4-pw
Callaway Rogue ST Max LS 10.5 set to 9.5
Yep I did it. I bought the cheating club. From now on there is a Callaway Apex UW in my bag. I have it in 21 degrees and basically that is my 225 yard club, like a 3i distance. The thing I like about it is that it has a more wood bias compared to a hybrid. So the lie angle is a bit more flat and that helps me to get away from the hard lefts. so easy to hit that thing with great ball speed and high flight


Well-Known Member
Mar 25, 2014
Miami, Florida
Old Age
Local club/country
Public Courses
Shiny silver things
Shiny blue thing
If you have followed this thread for long, you might recall I have tried pretty much every game improvement iron Mizuno makes, up through the 921 Hot Metal.

I've regressed, going back to the 900 Hot Metal. No offense little running bird, but to me, the 900 feels better than some of the newer irons. Maybe I'm crazy, but then, it wouldn't be the first time I was accused of that.

In my bag is currently the 6-GW, an old 56 degree MP series SW. I have a 54/14 coming that actually has a senior flex graphite shaft. Then there's two 850 woods, the driver and 5 wood. I have a JPX E3 3 wood coming from Japan and it should arrive next week. I'm looking at adding a 5 hybrid, preferably a Fli Hi like I had many years ago.

An aside to all that, for a lot of years now, I've played a Titleist, but recently, I tried the Bridgestone e12 ball and I really like it. If Mizuno made an optic yellow ball, I'd try it, but I just can't see or find a white ball so easily anymore.

All this fits, somehow, in a little Mizuno BR-D3 stand bag.

BTW - The pole with a glove on top is a great stretching device. It's an extendable pole you unscrew and adjust to your height, then follow the stretching sequence in the photo instructions down the side of it. It's a great gadget.
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