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CLEVELAND 588 CUSTOM MENS RIGHT-HANDED 9* DRIVER MATRIX OZIK 6Q3 GRAPHITE STIFF
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NEW CLEVELAND GOLF CLASSIC XL 10.5* DRIVER GRAPHITE MIYAZAKI 4 REGULAR
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CLEVELAND CLASSIC XL CUSTOM 9* MENS RH DRIVER MIYAZAKI JDL 6 GRAPHITE STIFF
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CLEVELAND GOLF 588 ALTITUDE 10.5* DRIVER GRAPHITE MATRIX RADIX STIFF FLEX
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CLEVELAND GOLF CLUBS CLASSIC XL 10.5* DRIVER REGULAR Miyazaki B. Asha 4 NEW
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Cleveland Launcher SL290 9.0* Driver RH Men Golf Club-Stiff Flex Graphite Shaft
Cleveland Launcher SL290 9.0* Driver RH Men Golf Club-Stiff Flex Graphite Shaft
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Cleveland 588 RTX 52 degree Wedge + BONUS!!!
Cleveland 588 RTX 52 degree Wedge + BONUS!!!
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*FINE!* CLEVELAND 588 CUSTOM 9* DRIVER MATRIX OZIK 6Q3 GRAPHITE REGULAR
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CLEVELAND Launcher Fairway Woods 19 & 15 Degree Golf Clubs
CLEVELAND Launcher Fairway Woods 19 & 15 Degree Golf Clubs
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NEW CLEVELAND LADIES XL 270 10.5* DRIVER FL 15* 3 & 19* 5 WOODS + CALLAWAY BALLS
NEW CLEVELAND LADIES XL 270 10.5* DRIVER FL 15* 3 & 19* 5 WOODS + CALLAWAY BALLS
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Cleveland Classic XL Driver - 10.5 Degree - Miyazaki Regular Shaft - Right Hand
Cleveland Classic XL Driver - 10.5 Degree - Miyazaki Regular Shaft - Right Hand
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Cleveland Classic 310 Driver Golf Club 9.5 Degree
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NEW CLEVELAND CUSTOM 588 DRIVER 9* MATRIX OZIK 6Q3 STIFF
NEW CLEVELAND CUSTOM 588 DRIVER 9* MATRIX OZIK 6Q3 STIFF
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NEW CLEVELAND CLASSIC XL CUSTOM 9* DRIVER Miyazaki JDL 6 Stiff, Wrench included
NEW CLEVELAND CLASSIC XL CUSTOM 9* DRIVER Miyazaki JDL 6 Stiff, Wrench included
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MP-57 vs. 855ss - Advice needed

T*KIJOJO said: I'm a bit of a dilemma and would appreciate some feedback. I am a 9 handicap and currently I'm playing Silver Scot 855s with DG S300 shafts. I have a very fast swing - can hit my 6 iron about 190. I do notice I hit my iron shots with the 855s very high. I've been thinking about picking up a set of MP-57s. :miz: I've hit the 6 iron in a net and it did feel pretty good. My question is, will I truly see a difference if I do make the switch to the MPs? I'm a pretty consistent ball striker but no pro. I want to make sure that I don't hurt my game. Those in the know please give your 2 cents, it will be much appreciated.

J*FF4i said: Honestly, I'd highly recommend the 57s, or possibly 60s if you could get your hand on them. However, if you aren't sure, just stick with what you've got.

g*nning4u said: Quote: Originally Posted by TIKIJOJO I'm a bit of a dilemma and would appreciate some feedback. I am a 9 handicap and currently I'm playing Silver Scot 855s with DG S300 shafts. I have a very fast swing - can hit my 6 iron about 190. I do notice I hit my iron shots with the 855s very high. I've been thinking about picking up a set of MP-57s. :miz: I've hit the 6 iron in a net and it did feel pretty good. My question is, will I truly see a difference if I do make the switch to the MPs? I'm a pretty consistent ball striker but no pro. I want to make sure that I don't hurt my game. Those in the know please give your 2 cents, it will be much appreciated. If you like the 57's I would try the 60's first. I'm a 10 cap and I don't find the 60's hard to hit at all but they just feel a lot more solid the 57's felt almost hollow in comparison. Also the 60's might be a little lower launch than the 57 but not much. If you hit your 6 iron 190 I would give the DG X100's a try. Don't be scared of the X flex they feel very smooth and you will gain accuracy. You might lose about 5 yards per club at the most on distance but who cares if you hit it straighter.

T*KIJOJO said: Since the 57's have less of an offset, would this help me with my draw? I have a slight natural draw with my shots and would like more workability with my irons. Also, will my shots be dead in the water should I miss hit it?