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...
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?
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.
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.