I don’t like the appearance of the FastTrack system so I felt a bit predisposed to dislike the MP-630 FastTrack. In fact I still don’t like the look but if you are after and adjustable driver that is quickly and simply adjustable and where changing the set up can really make a difference to your shots then this could well be the driver for you.
It’s very easy to slide the weight into different positions so you can really play about on the range and try all the different settings. Mizuno have also introduced an excellent feature on their website allowing you to see the different ball flights provided by different settings. And this is no gimmick – if you change the settings and hit the ball well then you will see a real change in the flight.
A word of warning. This is an adjustable driver for the better players and although I found it easier to hit than the MP-630 driver it didn’t inspire confidence or deliver consisteny in the way that a club aimed at my handicap group would and I also struggled with the stiff shaft fitted on the model I had – the shaft, like the rest of the new MP range, is predominantly white which is not a look I like but that you could certainly learn to live with on a driver that delivers that this kind of feel and sound so consistently.
So the Mizuno MP-630 is probably not for me but it’s certainly a cracking driver that I’d happily recommend to any of my friends who are luck enough to be low handicappers.
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