Fit2Score at The Highlands Performance Golf Center in Carrollton Texas offers all of the major brands including Bridgestone, Callaway, Cleveland, Cobra, FootJoy, Miura, Mizuno, Nike, Ping, TaylorMade, Titleist, Sun Mountain & all shaft manufacturers.
The Mizuno iron fitting cart has the widest range of shafts of any of the factory fitting carts. We have added a number of shafts to the Mizuno fitting system to offer options not available in the factory cart. The ultralight Nippon Zelos, the entire range of Nippon Modus3 and the unique Mitusbishi OTi carbon fiber can be tested with the entire spectrum of Mizuno heads.
If you think of Mizuno as a players brand only, you should look at the JPX 921 heads. Mizuno is one of the largest sporting goods companies on the planet. They offer a wide range of heads for every golfers needs. The JPX irons have traditionally been Mizuno's best selling irons. They deliver game assistance without being offensively large to look down at. The JPX 921 Hot Metal is Mizuno's third generation cup face iron. Cup faces have long been used in drivers and fairways to create huge sweet spots. Those challanged to find the center of the face consistently are going to appreciate this head. If you are looking for a iron head designed to deliver distance, there is nothing better in the market at any price.
The T20 wedge is a winner. I love the feel of forged wedges. And I disagree with those who state there is no difference. Wack vs Click. The T20 wedges wins the feel contest in my hands. With a huge matrix of lofts and bounce/grid and shaft options, you can get a custom FORGED wedge at a competitive off the rack price. The new ES21 hollow wedge with a perfectly centered Center of Gravity finally brings the technology we have seen in iron heads to wedges.
A throwback to the TN87 of Mizuno’s past. There is a layer of copper under the chromed 1025E forged head. The feel brings back the feel of the TN87, Mizuno's classic tour iron. A graduated tapered blade design lowers the center of gravity on the long irons and raises it on short irons. This increases penetration on the short irons and launch on the longer irons. The MP-20 is one of the best players blade irons in the business.
The Multi Material Construction iron has the same copper underlay as the MP-20. The back center of the head has a Titanium insert and the toe of the long irons a Tungsten insert. These moves weight to the permimeter for cavity like forgivness. It also facilitates a progressive sole with, wider in the long irons and narrower in the short irons. The MP-20 MMC topline matches the other MP-20 models. This facilitates creating a combo set with the MP-20 and the MP-20 HMB without changing the look at address.
The Hot Metal Blade iron has the same copper underlay as the MP-20. This unique design blade like iron head incorporates one piece forged chromoly face and neck with a stainless back piece. A unique multi-thickness face creates uniform performance across the face. The MP-20 HMB bring high face cor perfromance to a blade style head design.
The JPX 921 Tour is a redesign of the JPX 919. The 919 was a tour play favorite with a Major win and was the most used iron by non-contracted tour players in 2019. The frame is redesigned to have less extream toe weighting and more perimeter weighting. The JPX 921 is forged in Japan. The finish is anti glare matte.
The first use of forged Chromoly 4120 by Mizuno increases COR and ball speed. A back milled slot in the sole of the face increases the flex toward the sole of the face for more consistent ball speeds across the face. The forged Chromoly 4120 can be made thiner yeilding both higher COR and a larger sweet spot.
The third generation Chromoly head is ever so slightly thinner and therfore hotter than the JPX 919. This is a seamless cup face design which has a very large sweet spot extending all the way to the sole. The cup face design makes this possible.
1025 Boron carbon steel is 30% stronger for longer lasting grooves, while maintaining Mizuno's renowned Grain Flow Forged feel. In the higher lofts, mass is shifted up the blade delivering more consistent spin rates on strikes high on the clubface common with more extreme lofts. Hydroflow Micro Groves on the machined face increase spin in dry conditons and channel moisture in wet conditons.
A completely new wedge construction concept, a two piece design, raises the center of gravity of the face. Ball strikes below the center of gravity get increased spin from face gear effect. The hollow bodied Grain Flow Forged chassis perfectly centers the COG on the club face creating more consistent ball flights. Hydroflow Micro Groves on the machined face increase spin in dry conditons and channel moisture in wet conditons.
Mizuno offers a comprehensive selection of stock shafts in the golf business. All at no upcharge. Our fitting system containes some additional shafts, but we start with the stock shafts to minimize the cost of your clubs. The stock shafts - Dynamic Gold, Dynamic Gold 105, Dynamic Gold AMT White, XP 95, KBS Tour, KBS Tour 90, KBS C Taper, KBS C Taper Lite, Project X, Project X Lite, Promect X LZ, Project X LZ Graphtie, Nippon Modus 105, Nippon Modus 120, Nippon NS950 and UST Recoil 95 Graphite.
Heads are available in two weights and a large selection of grips are available at no upcharge.
There are two TaylorMade Driver designs in 2019, the M5 and the M6. Unlike prior years, the dynamics of the face is identical. To accomplish this, the lateral weight slot was moved to the back of the head. Both have adjustable hosels. Weight and center of gravity of the M6 is fixed. On the M5 the center of gravity can be moved. In addition, with aftermarket weights, the total weight of the head can be changed. Both total weigh and center of gravity can be quickly adjusted during a golf club fitting.
The most dramatic change in 2019 is TaylorMade's driver face technology. In the past, faces were designed to stay below the USGA legal limits. To do that, the average was slightly below the legal limit. That meant some were at the limit and some were far below the limit. TaylorMade designed a system to adjust all driver faces to the legal limit. They are all manufactured above the legal limit, then, with the additon of dampening material, they are individually "tuned" to the USGA maximum.
Fit2Score is a TaylorMade component account. We can custom build your driver with any shaft. You pay for the head, shaft and assembly time. Our fitting system includes a great many exotic shafts not generally available.
This is the driver head I do most golf club fittings with. I have all the lofts, 9, 10,5 and 12. The fitting tips add or subtract 1.5 degrees making the loft range 7.5 to 13.5. The head weighs 202g, the perfect weight for most. Part of that weight is the TaylorMade tip. Our fitting tips exactly match the TaylorMade 6 gram tip. This is important, we know from past research that we can change the pattern of face rotation through impact with as little as 1 gram. We have aftermarket weights to quickly change the head weight during your club fitting session if necessary.
The TaylorMade M6 driver is the equivalent of an M5 with the weights pushed all the way back center. It weighs 199 grams, 3 grams lighter than the M5. It sells for $50 less. If your best fit is a little lighter than standard with a rearward center of gravity they may the the head for you. It has the same face technology as the M5. If you do need it a bit heavier that is easily accomplished when we build your club.
The 2019 M5 Fairway is the first fairway from TaylorMade to incorporate Twist Face engineering. It has a 65 gram movable weight in the sole. That is the largest movable mass I have ever seen in a golf club head. Owing to its titanium face and body it weighs in at only 1 gram over the larger, more forgiving M6 fairway.
The M6 Fairway incorporates Twist Face engineering into a larger more forgiving head. The head does not have a hosel insert making it impossible to use in a fitting system. It has earned a place in my bag so I do have some that can be tested on the range. The sole slot is wider and longer than the M5, increasing forgiveness on low face strikes. The 3 wood head weighs around 216 grams in both the men’s and ladies' versions. Knowing this, the ladies 3 wood is 16.5 degrees, an interesting option if you only carry one wood and would benefit from some launch assistance.
We believe the golf shaft is the transmission of your golf swing. We are the publishers of GOLF SHAFT REVIEWS and have a personally measured close to 2000 driver shafts. Our knowledge of golf shafts is second to none.
Our fitting system is based on that shaft knowledge. We assembled a matrix of shaft designs to fit the many, many golf swings we see.
TaylorMade makes two lines of irons, the M series and the P series. The M series is a super game improvement product. They are designed to be long, straight and forgiving. They are oversized to inspire confidence in the average golfer.
The TaylorMade P series is their players products. The P730 blade and P750 cavity back are traditional forged designs. The 1025 carbon steel forging process combined with CNC milling creates outstanding consistency. The hot products are the P790 and the recently launched P760. The long irons are thin faced hollow body designs. The hollow bodies are filled with foam to support the ultra thin faces. This drives the COR out to the legal max on the long irons where it matters. One of my +3 professional reviewers had this to say about the P790. "I strike different places on the face of my blades to vary distance and spin. No matter where I hit the P790 it went straight and 10 yards further than my blades" That was all I needed to hear, they were in my bag the next week. They were my best selling iron in 2018.
Fit2Score is a TaylorMade component account. We can custom build your irons with any shaft. You pay for the head, shaft and assembly time. Our fitting system includes a great many exotic shafts not generally available.
Designed specifically for Tour players, P730 represents the most finely crafted irons TaylorMade has to offer. Taking direct feedback from our top athletes, the P730 features a smaller blade profile, refined leading edge, and crisp lines. Starting with P730’s forged 1025 carbon steel head, the face and grooves have been precision-milled to produce soft feel, clean turf interaction, and exceptional shot-shaping ability.
The P760 is a forged 1025 carbon steel cavity back with a lighter SUS630 face isn the 3-7 irons. The lighter face is supported with SpeedFoam injected behind the face. The P760 generates incredible distance and soft feel without sacrificing look, workability, and consistency.
With Progressive players-iron shaping, the short irons are clean and compact. One-piece forged construction in the short irons (8-A) results in exceptional feel and enhanced shot-making ability.The hollow-body long irons, filled with TaylorMade's revolutionary SpeedFoam adds distance and feel.
The P790’s hollow cavity uses SpeedFoam Technology which serves a dual purpose of generating ball speed as well as optimizing sound and feel. Injected into the clubhead, SpeedFoam provides the face support and sound-damping properties that make the performance of the P790 unlike any other iron
This iron incorporates a litany of TaylorMade technology, wrapped face construction, speedpocket, a smaller Inverted Cone and internal metal-injection-molded tungsten weighting. It has earned its place in my bag.
TaylorMade offers a 100 stock shafts, 80 of which are at no upcharge. While our fitting system containes some additional shafts, we start with the stock shafts to minimize the cost of your clubs. The stock shafts - Dynamic Gold, Dynamic Golf 120, Dynamic Gold 105, Dynamic Gold 105 Black, Dynamic Gold Tour, KBS Tour, KBS Tour FLT, KBS $ Taper, KBS C Taper, KBS C Taper Lite, Project X, Promect X LZ, Project X LZ Graphtie, Nippon Modus 105, Nippon Modus 120, Nippon Modus 130, Nippon NS950.
Heads are available in two weights and a large selection of grips are available at no upcharge.