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Mizuno MP-60 Irons Review

Mizuno MP-60


Description
  • Mild Carbon Steel
  • Modified U-grooves
  • Perfect trajectory
  • Innovative Cut Muscle Cavity design



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Review Date
March 9, 2015

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Reviewed by: Mark ,  Shoots in the 70s

Model Reviewed:
Minuzo MP 60

Summary:
I started when i was 39 im now 42 and switched to these blase my 2nd year. If you can const stike the ball correctly then i highy recommend. If you are still stuggling with avg scoring then these are not for you. I can shape the ball great with a cut or draw and the distance control and spin is amazing. When i wear these out ill stick with mizuno blades!!



Review Date
January 4, 2013

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Reviewed by: Tom ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
MP-60

Summary:
Best clubs I've ever played with. As others here have mentioned, these clubs aren't overly forgiving, so if you don't plan on consistently working on and molding your swing, then they probably aren't for you.

If, however, you are willing to put in the time, these clubs will reward you. The 'carvability' that these clubs have helped add to my game is phenomenal. If you're looking at playing difficult courses that will find you with some tricky shots, and you're ready for it, I 110% recommend these clubs.



Review Date
January 20, 2012

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Reviewed by: Rob ,  Shoots in the 70s

Model Reviewed:
Mizuno MP-60

Summary:
I'm overly impressed with these irons.. i purchased them second hand but they have had very little use with almost no marks.. they hit true and long and they have a fantastic feel.. couldn't be happier



Review Date
October 12, 2011

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 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: Eddie ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
MizunoMP60

Summary:
Swapped Callaway X14 for these with aldila pro55 graphite shafts the results are night and day When you hit these on the screws there is no better feeling

Customer Service:
did not use

Similar Products Used:
Played several Callaways Pings Taylor madethese sticks out perform them all



Review Date
June 12, 2011

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Reviewed by: Martin Walker ,  Shoots in the 70s

Model Reviewed:
Mizuno MP 60

Summary:
Simply supurb clubs. Equal to anything that has been or will be made. Clubs are a very personal thing and whether you like or dislike a club is up to the individual. For me these clubs are so good because there is nothing extreme about them. Topline, off-set, sole and cavity size are all small to moderate.

These sticks will reflect the quality of your swing and the direction of the clubface. They also let you know where you made contact, which is all good stuff to me as that is how I might get better.

There is a fair amount of forgiveness depending on what that means. If you miss the sweet spot a bit then they will perform OK, if you hit them with a closed or open clubface then they will draw or fade rather than tend to go straight like a lot of game improver irons. Sure when I hit a bad shot I wish I had some Big Berthas or something, but when I nail one I'm happy again.

All this means that anyone can hit them but it all depends on what you want from a club. If you want to just slap at the ball and get a decent result then they aren't for you. If you want a club that let's you know how your swing is going without being over punishing then these are great.

Distance is like all other clubs it mainly depends on the swing speed, shaft and loft. The lofts are a bit more traditional compared to more modern clubs so they won't go as far as strongly lofted clubs but that's neither here or there.

If you decide to give them a try they are very cheap at the moment, just make sure the shaft is right for you and get them bent to your specs and all will be good.

Until the rules on clubs change or there is a major technology breakthrough I can't see how anything better than these will come along. It must be a pain for manufacturers who need to make changes and bring out so called better clubs every year or so when they know they can't really improve on an older model.



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