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Alterations make clubs feel different?

Alterations make clubs feel different?

Postby kafka01 » Wed Aug 08, 2012 8:23 am

Hey Lag,

i have a question. I had a set of MP33´s made to your specs a while ago and the club fitter used tungsten/lead? powder in the hosel.
Ever since these clubs feel completely different, very damp to me. I had 67s and 14s and other bladed clubs, and none of them ever felt that "feedbackless" - impact really feels bad imo, very uncharacteristic for Mizunos. Is it possible that the change in swing weight with weight powder can change the feel?

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Re: Alterations make clubs feel different?

Postby lagpressure » Wed Aug 08, 2012 8:45 am

Hard to say without hitting them. Too many unknowns. I don't like putting in more than a half ounce of powder. Some of the modern heads are way to light to even start with.

I field test all sets we retro fit here, and make sure offset is removed correctly. Some of the more modern forgings are
using a harder metals that feels more like a cast club.
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