Maruman conductor 2007 review....not for the fainted hearted
Read this at your own risk, as whats in your bag may never be the same again....
In all fairness the bloke who's reviewed these (just an average Joe like you or i ) as done a cracking job.
Thought i'd share it with you all.
Reply : Tue 7th Apr 2009 14:53
Sorry just realised its along to another forum, I'll remove if required to..again sorry.
Reply : Tue 7th Apr 2009 15:11
Controversial, but I have to say that's one ugly club. Has to be the biggest cavity I've ever seen.
You could fit a small family in there and have them dance along the top line.
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Reply : Tue 7th Apr 2009 15:13
This is a golf club Paul:
Reply : Tue 7th Apr 2009 16:06
These are much better, JP. Don't forget you struck the 3 iron beautifully at Wychwood.
Reply : Tue 7th Apr 2009 16:20
That cavity is massive! The club must be wider at address than my driver!
Mizzy MP57's, now that's a good looking club.
Reply : Tue 7th Apr 2009 16:23
I have to agree Jonny especially the long irons with the under cut althought I don't think the photo does it justice .I have a simillar designed set of clubs probably better irons too also forged at the Endo plant by there in house own brand called Epon also a pic of my miura blades. But I prefer to play my Marus JP has kindly posted.
Just added this to the fleet hmmmm...................
Thanks paulie for not entering into a bidding war I owe you one.
Last edit : Tue 7th Apr 2009 16:50
Reply : Tue 7th Apr 2009 16:44
You got it then, well done you poser.
Reply : Tue 7th Apr 2009 16:49
Its debut shall be the NvS if it gets here in time from OZ.
Reply : Tue 7th Apr 2009 16:50
as I said, it won't stay white for long, not if us Northerners get our hands on it!!
Reply : Tue 7th Apr 2009 16:52
It's nice and glossy to wipe off all your dribble Floody.lol
Reply : Tue 7th Apr 2009 16:53
It's nice and glossy to wipe off all your dribble Floody.lol
Reply : Tue 7th Apr 2009 17:42
That a nice avatar dave !!
Reply : Tue 7th Apr 2009 18:34
Standard marketing dressed up as a review. Negative point still means you'll hit it further, of course suits all handicaps. I think they're nothing special to look at too. Wouldn't give a second glance if they were £150.
Reply : Tue 7th Apr 2009 19:46
whats your avatar John?
Reply : Tue 7th Apr 2009 20:14
Badge of the Augusta National golf club, Georgia. They are holding the Masters there this week.
Reply : Tue 7th Apr 2009 20:39
I nearly bit
Reply : Tue 7th Apr 2009 20:46
What you are all missing is that as i'm only a 20 handicapper they could be the perfect club for me .
A combi set of blades, muscle & cavity back forged irons all in one set.
To be honest the pic's dont do the justice and they do look ugly so fair do's.
Dave next time you spot a Maru bag drop me a pm asap.
Jonny P, i have to agree the muira looks awesome.
Reply : Tue 7th Apr 2009 22:05
Not only do they look amazing Paul they awsome in play and one of the softest feeling clubs you could hit perhaps that's why I own 3 sets CB1006's, Blades & CB202's combo'd and the 5003 blades.The 5003 are more forgiving than some muscle back clubs I have played.
The feelers are out four a bag for you.
Reply : Tue 7th Apr 2009 22:17
Cheers Dave, i owe you one.( no sarcasm required thanks lads)
Reply : Tue 7th Apr 2009 22:31
whats the thoughts on these then? I read in t.g. i think. some Russian billionaire brought 2 gold plated sets for £35,000 each??????
Reply : Tue 7th Apr 2009 23:56
Ok so what about these babies, sorry my babies
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Reply : Wed 8th Apr 2009 07:30
Clubs are fine it's the munter using them
Reply : Wed 8th Apr 2009 08:45
You should know all about that then.........
Reply : Wed 8th Apr 2009 08:57
Of course mate, you know as well as I do that in order to know how bad someone is you need to have been there yourself
Reply : Wed 8th Apr 2009 09:03
Exactly::: Although i starting to find some form of late, playing regular and a few little pointers and my confidence is flying.
Did i mention i'm playing Today,tomorrow and friday, whilst your stuck in your office
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Reply : Wed 8th Apr 2009 10:06
Nice looking blade, Paul. hope you manage to improve with them.
Reply : Wed 8th Apr 2009 10:37
Do you want to play with or WEAR those Irons Paul
Reply : Wed 8th Apr 2009 10:43
I'll be to busy playing with them to be wearing them, starting with this afternoon@ 3pm.
The more time i spend with the maru's between now and next weekend the better.
Must say the drill in t.g. this month on better ball striking works well, the one where you place your towel about 1" behind the ball and try and miss the towel.
Reply : Wed 8th Apr 2009 10:58
How many towels have you buried
Reply : Wed 8th Apr 2009 11:47
My old green towel is now slightly frayed at the one end, i just have to remember not to belt the hell out of the back of the ball as this leads to a proper power fade.
Now for the truth: Dont tell the missus but i'm onto the bath towels now as i'm running low
Last edit : Wed 8th Apr 2009 11:48
Reply : Wed 8th Apr 2009 14:45
These are the Marumans that Dave Ley gave to me.
Reply : Wed 8th Apr 2009 14:47
Now that's a proper player's club John. Very nice looking
Reply : Wed 8th Apr 2009 19:12
John. Stupid question but .... are they classed as blades, cavity backs or muscle backs! They look abit of all three to me. Very solid looking what ever they are.
Reply : Wed 8th Apr 2009 19:28
Not a stupid question at all,Paul, they are not blades but they do have cavity, so what one would call them I don't know.
What I do know is that when you look down on them at address they look exactly like blades and play like blades, because they have a very sharp leading edge which requires precise striking. Something that is evading me as I get older.
Reply : Wed 8th Apr 2009 19:44
With the majority or the weight behind the ball, I bet it feels wonderful when you hit the 'spot'.
Reply : Wed 8th Apr 2009 20:02
Finding the spot is not that easy anymore, Paul, so I have to rely on salvaging something from a poor strike by using my cavity back Callaways.
Who knows, perhaps I might improve come the summer.
Reply : Wed 8th Apr 2009 21:39
Assuming we get a summer .... Mind you, if its anything like this spring weather it will be fine.
With a short game as good as the one you are reported to have John, the odd poor strike is probably more an irritation rather than a round destroyer. Lol. Given a choice of precision ball striking or demon short game, I know what I would choose!
Reply : Wed 8th Apr 2009 21:41
My problem Paul is that my short game starts from the tee. Perhaps I need a lesson from Mr Devlin.
Reply : Wed 8th Apr 2009 21:51
Now now John! : ) Behave.... you know you are above all that.
Reply : Wed 8th Apr 2009 22:38
Paul, you are not getting the abusive PM's that he is sending me non-stop.
Reply : Thu 9th Apr 2009 07:37
I'll get the boys to pay him a visit John
Far to easy to abuse from a PC face to face is proper man stuff.
Reply : Thu 9th Apr 2009 07:53
Sorry John, I didn't know that. I take it you have forwarded them on to Darren. He can only take action if he knows what is going on.
Reply : Thu 9th Apr 2009 14:18
I'm IN FULL AGREENCE WITH YOU THERE MATE!
Things like that should be dealt with severely!!!!!!!.
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