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Mizuno MX-700 Driver Wood
8.1 out of 10

Mizuno MX-700 Driver Wood

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Mizuno MX-700 Driver Review

Allan, The Sand Trap
14 December 2010
  • Conclusion: I was useing a ft-iq driver for a while . This Mizuno driver is fantastic . The key to this driver seems to be a smooth swing , with a bit of lag . This thing will crush the ball . I play close to 20 rounds a month , and have a rotator cuff problem w/my right shoulder .
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Mizuno MX-700 Driver Review

Mark, The Sand Trap
13 November 2010
  • Conclusion: Oh, and I forgot to mention that I compared this to several different and more expensive drivers, and found this to be the LONGEST and easiest to hit. I tried Cobra S2, Taylormade R9 and Burner Superfast, the Titleist 909 D2, Mizuno MP-630, Callaway FT-iQ and some Nike driver I can't remember right...
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Mizuno MX-700 Driver Review

Mark, The Sand Trap
13 November 2010
  • Conclusion: I bought this driver (fall 2010) and I'm loving it! I had the RAM FX-i before this and I couldn't believe how much better the MX-700 is. Just imagine it, I was a 36 handicap and the first time I played this driver I went to 33,5.
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Mizuno MX-700 Driver Review

SKW, The Sand Trap
29 June 2010
  • Conclusion: I had been away from regular golf for a while and started back up with a vengence. Driving was my number one issue to address. My irons came back first, then the short game, but I was a complete mess with my driver and 3 wood. A friend let me borrow his mx700 3 wood.
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Mizuno MX-700 Driver Review

Garry Kind, The Sand Trap
6 April 2010
  • Conclusion: I am an older player, not very long off the tee, 220 to 240 when playing well. Changed from a Hogan 12 degree, then a Sumo 10.5 degree to this club. On average this one kills both of the others, it is more consistent, and averages longer, maybe 10 to 20 yards.
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Mizuno MX-700 Driver Review

Bratch73, The Sand Trap
5 April 2010
  • Conclusion: To Blake, could not agree with you more sir. I recently got my 700 and found it to be near on uncontrollable on the range and on the course. I was half way through a round at the weekend and swapped it out for my father in law's shorter Diablo and was back hitting the fairways again.
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Mizuno MX-700 Driver Review

Sean Murray, The Sand Trap
15 February 2010
  • Conclusion: A cannon. I tested it against about 8 other drivers and bought it because it was the longest and straightest on the range. After the honeymoon phase, it turns over a little too easy, but that might be because of the set up. Seems like if I set up just a tough open, it goes forever.
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Mizuno MX-700 Driver Review

andy johnstone, The Sand Trap
30 October 2009
  • Conclusion: I'm a huge hitter at the best of times, but when i go wrong I hook. Found the solution with this club, yes it draws but with the combination of 9.5 loft which has no offset and a stiff voodo shaft well I think Ive just invented the worlds best club combination.
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Mizuno MX-700 Driver Review

Griff. Australia, The Sand Trap
7 September 2009
  • Conclusion: Great review. I was going to replace my Titleist 909 DComp stiff to same with a regular shaft. Even though the DComp was the best driver I have owned I decided to try the Mizuno. What a great driver, very similar look and feel as the DComp but much straighter - love it!
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Mizuno MX-700 Driver Review

Neil Daly Colorado, The Sand Trap
20 August 2009
  • Conclusion: At times great - but control problems at other times - Neil Daly Colorado
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