Conclusion: I've had an MP-630 Fast Track (9.5 degrees, stiff Fubuki shaft) in my bag for about a year. I took it in this evening to a Golfsmith to compare to some other drivers. I hit the TaylorMade Burner 2.0 & R11, an Adams (I think it was the Speedline Fast 12), and the Ping G20, all 9.5 degrees with stiff shafts. Hit about 3-5 drives with each club. My Mizuno was 10-15 yards longer than any of the other clubs, and the dispersion was tighter as well.
Conclusion: I recently have thrown an Exotics CB3 Tour into the bag. low spin, and more side to side control with a slight dip in forgiveness. What category in terms of the design, with neutral settings, would this be under? i know you can affect the trajectory and spin with the weights, and obviously the shaft comes into play with those adjustments. It looks like a B-E-A-Utiful club and i like no alignment like my CB3 Tour and the smaller compact look at address.
Summary: I never had an adjustable driver until this one. Have had it for a couple weeks and could not be happier with it. The weights are VERY EASY to adjust and very hard to lose, as they stay right in the Track-you just loosen them with the tool and slide them around the track to your liking. As soon as I adjust the weights I can definitely feel the difference during the swing.
Clean look with a square face at address. An awesome club.
27 June 2011
Summary: Clean look. Square face at address, not closed like many modern clubs. Stock Fubuki shaft produces a beautiful mid -high trajectory. Super easy to move the weights. An awesome club. (Reviewed by a 2 handicap).
Summary: This driver from Mizuno looks to be the one that can puts them on the drivers map. It is fantastic. There are several things about it I really like. The ball and clubhead at address is fantastically reassuring. There's no doubt that you have more than enough club here to launch it. Another is the feel of the ball at impact, and its sound, both of which are very nice to behold. A nice thwack, not the tinny sound of some large headed drivers.