Mizuno ST190 Driver / Keith Mitchell testing

Keith Mitchell was the first PGA Tour player to put Mizuno's ST190 driver into play in October 2018 – the very week it was published on the USGA conforming list. We visited Keith in December at a chilly Sea Island GC, Georgia to see what had convinced him to be the first to put the ST190 into play and see if it was still in the bag. The Mizuno ST190 will be available from Feb 2019. More info at https://golf.mizunoeurope.com/blog/.

28 thoughts on “Mizuno ST190 Driver / Keith Mitchell testing

  1. Aborted quickly…. tis just another commercial which is loaded with unrealistic praise before it even starts. They're getting more and more tricky in how they advertise these days. You need to check who the uploader is before you get suckered in. This industry is rife with bull. They have to make you purchase a new "wheel" before your tyres are worn out else they'll go bust.

  2. Currently play a ST180 love the club but the feeling isn't mutual. Although fitted for club struggle with a push, push fade.
    Shaft is a stock orange Tensei ck series 50 flex-s. Did change the original grip to a Golf Pride midsize multi compound with 3 layers of tape. Any ideas? Alternatively is the ST190 less fade biased.

  3. Looks like a great looking Driver with great numbers and no Flash Face, Speed Injection Bull Shit!
    Hope you do well with it, would love to see Mizuno give TM & Callaway a bloody nose!

  4. Very high ball speed for such a cold day. Low launch and high spin compared to his peers. ? on range vs playing. I've rarely liked my fitting clubs in an actual round.

  5. Of course the Tour Guys get Hot melt in the heads, so this is still different then off the rack clubs.   Why I keep lead tape laying around.  I'm loving the looks of this driver from images. Excited to try

  6. This looks way better than the m5/m6 and f9. Those clubs look cartoonish and gimmicky.
    On top of that from what I've seen so far it performs. I'll have to give this one a shot.

  7. Looking forward to trying this one out… 180 performed well for me but the color and sound were a no go. This seems to sound much better, can't wait to hit it. Keith seems like a good dude, will be rooting for him this season.

  8. I'd be keen to know what had done to the weighting with the glue he was alluding to… like what was the final swing weight, where did he put the weight (face?), etc. Doing that kind of tweaking has to change the the performance characteristics right?

  9. Can’t wait to give this a try. Hopefully you guys are a real player in the woods market this year. Any new hybrids or hollow headed irons in the pipe line?

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