Thursday, July 10, 2008

Mizuno MX 950 Iron Review

Mizuno MX 950 Hybrid Golf Set Review from

The Mizuno MX 950 Hybrid set from Mizuno Golf performs like no other. The Mizuno MX 950 Irons feature 5 irons to PW with hollow technology heads given the golfer the cavity back feel without the unpleasant looks. The 8 iron to PW are made using Mizuno’s Grain Flow Forging for control and precision. The MX 950 Hybrid set comes with two high flying hybrids in a 21 degree and 24 degree loft to replace the hard to hit 3 and 4 irons. The Mizuno MX 950 hybrid irons are available for custom fitting to make sure you get the right clubs for you.
Tech Spec
Transitional Hybrids
High launch hybrids with tungsten weighting replace 3/4 irons
Hollow technology mid irons
Grain Flow Forged 4135 high strength steel with Internal
Tungsten Weighting
For distance and trajectory
Precision short irons
Reduced face weight for added stability
Grain Flow Forged
Grain Flow Forged 1025E "Pure Select" mild carbon steel for solid feel and distance control
Seamless integration
Distance system flows perfectly from hybrid to wedge
Customized integration
Entire set fittable for set harmonisation

The MX 950 come in graphite and steel shaft options to suit your game and also can be fitted for grips of your choice.

Mizuno Golf have been making forged Golf Equipment for years and have lead the way in quality and design and the Mizuno MX 950 Hybrid set is a modern golf club with great traditional values. Stop struggling with the 3 and 4 irons and get yourself some rescues, while you are at it why not get an optimized set with the rescue clubs all custom fitted to your golf game.

Monday, July 7, 2008

Yes Putters

Yes Golf have produced one of the most exciting moves forward in putter design for years with their C-Groove. The C-Groove on the face allows the putter to gently lift the ball out of its resting position and impart top spin so that the ball rolls as quickly as possible. Yes Putters solves the problem better than any other Golf putter on the market today, as your conventional putter will loft the ball into the air at impact ,making it skip, spin and skid making it much harder to keep the ball on line and to judge distance.

The C-Groove has been approved by the R&A and the USA Golf Associations.

So if you are wondering why you are not having less putts, or finding it hard to judge the distance of your putts then Yes Putters will be the answer. To see the full range of Yes Putters visit our Yes Golf Online Golf Equipment Shop and lower your scores today.

Friday, May 2, 2008

How to Choose a Gap or Lob Wedge

What is the best series of wedges to have in a golf bag? Making the best choice is difficult with the many different options on the market today, so here is some good advice on how to make the right choice for you.

Most golfers buy either gap or lob wedges to add to their sets without really knowing what one will suit them best. All the major manufactures will produce their version and combination of wedges like Callaway, Taylormade, Ping, Mizuno, Titleist and many more. Then there is the loft combination and what bounce to choose.

Buying a lob, gap or lob combo is easy as long as you find out what gaps you have in your golf equipment. To do this the first step is to find out what the loft on your pitching and sand wedges are, once you have done this you can fill the hole that appears.

For example,

Mizuno MX 19 Irons,

PW 46
Gap 51
SW 55
Lob 60

The gap between the PW and the SW in loft is 9 degrees. This is a gap which can be filled as the loft difference should be around 4 degrees. The 51 degree gap wedge would close the loft gap giving the golfer a full range of approach shots. The 60 degree lob wedge is a good add on if the golfer would like a higher approach into and around the greens.

To choose the correct wedge combo you must first discover what loft your PW and SW are, then try to fill any holes that might appear by trying to keep the loft around 4/5 degrees between each iron.

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Read and watch the Mizuno MX 560 Driver Review at 4 Golf Online Golf Shop

Saturday, March 15, 2008

Srixon AD333 Golf Ball How Good is it?

SRIXON AD333 Golf Balls

We have been rather impressed with the performance of the Srixon AD333 golf ball.
Designed for players who generate a club head speed in excess of 80m.p.h. (i.e. most of us!) we've found that the Srixon has a lovely soft feel from the club face and flies long, straight and true.
The designers have incorporated a new 333 dimple design for the ball (hence the name) which improves its aerodynamics and produces a strong piercing ball flight with excellent carry and roll.
Closer to the green the Srixon AD333 is soft enough to enable pinpoint control when you're going for the flags. We compared the AD333 with two Titleist golf balls, the NXT and NXT Tour, its closest competitors, and found that it didn't let itself down.
Performance was remarkably similar so considering that the Srixon AD333 costs considerably less than the Titleists these golf balls offer very good value for money.
The Srixon AD333 is a two piece ball with a new and improved enhanced ionomer cover which surrounds a highly resilient Energetic Gradient Growth core. This core is soft in the middle becoming progressively harder towards the outside giving tremendous initial velocity and reduced spin for longer distance, yet the core and cover are pliable enough to produce soft, controllable approach shots.
The AD333 is a ball that flies high and straight, has a soft, friendly feel, and is easy to control on and around the greens.