Sunday, December 14, 2008

Golf Clubs and Mike McNary

I'm looking to get some new blades come February (Xmas Shopping and trying to get my swing better and better before I get some new clubs). Clubs I was really impressed with were the Mizuno MP-62 I tried the MP67 irons out and liked them as well, but I was striping the hell out of these despite them still being a tad flat for me (I'm 6'4" tall, use +1/2" and 1 degree upright). Luke Donald has started to use these irons now that he's back from wrist surgery. While these are definitely worth checking out, I would also suggest trying their CLK Hybrids.
I hit the 20 degree a few times and hit it so well I felt like I was doing something illegal. I'm still unfamiliar with hybrids, but I cannot stand the look of those hybrids that are half white and half black on the top of the clubhead. This doesn't have that look, but more importantly, it's just a great club.

Also should be noted that the PGA Tour Superstore that I went to had the Callaway X Prototype irons (pic below), brand new, for only $999. However, they have the Project X 5.5 shafts and they are uncut (shafts haven't been cut, no grips)

Anyway, onto golf swings. As some of you may know, I'm not a big fan of the Stack and Tilt swing pattern, but here's one of the best ones I've seen from Mike McNary.


1 comment:

Golfschlaeger said...

Now get the golf grip golf club. Stretch your fingers while keeping the club in his hands. Open your hands wide enough to see if the palms are parallel. If they are parallel, then they just get the database ID! Otherwise, if they are not parallel, work is needed in the positioning of his hand on his club until they are. This feeling of belonging to their grip shall be the primary means of holding a new handle. This is the start of each different outlets to learn how to hold a golf club.