All things to aspire to For now, the goal will be to hit it at a moderate 3 iron launch angle and find the short stuff! Hitting high and low on command will come later.When they were in the bag, I loved the 4 Fli off the tee, mainly because I can hit a filthy little rope hook with it when I want run, or just set up and hit a high soft one to a target.
The Fli-Hi's are extremely versatile.
Haha, hey, I didn’t say I could pull it off every time, but the ability is in there, somewhere, from time to time! Ha!All things to aspire to For now, the goal will be to hit it at a moderate 3 iron launch angle and find the short stuff! Hitting high and low on command will come later.
But, it’s one of the prettiest boxes around. That box, and the Scotty Cameron yellow box make me happy happy happy to see!My club came in today. Kudos to Mizuno Custom for doing a very nice job with the club build.
MP18 MMC Fli Hi RH 3 iron
TT AMT Tour White R300
Bent 1 degree upright
Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G Midsize logo down
All was documented, appears done correctly, and the club looks great.
One note though! The box Mizuno ships in is a very bold blue and has Mizuno in large text. I was not home when the club was delivered and although I live in a safe neighborhood I think the risk of having this stolen may have been fairly high.
I just might stay where I am. I am such a HO and that is all I did last year in place of playing golf and I was disgusted with myself when the season ended and my HC had not improved one bit.Anyone else sticking with the mmc? I dropped the fli-hi for the 5 and 6 mmc. I can’t knock 5-9 mmc out of the bag.
Hahaha, I have and did play a Fli-Hi/SC/MB combo, always posted in here because it was a more active thread.Talk to me Goose! These are tugging at me!
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I'm currently testing the Fli-Hi 3-iron bent to 20* as a potential replacement to my 3H. The Fli-Hi's head is a little more compact than my HM 5-iron, and there's noticeably less offset. My prevalent miss is left, so the latter is the primary reason I chose it over the HM 4-iron. So far I'm finding the Fli-Hi to be a long, straight wonder off the tee. I have yet to use it off the turf on the course, but I've had no problem elevating it off the range mats. At this point all I could ask for is a bit more forgiveness.How would a couple Fli Hi fit into the Hot Metal as a progressive set?