KZG MC-II Irons

KZG MC-II Irons 

DESCRIPTION

  • Midsize cast head
  • Forged II-M cavity-back
  • Hi-Tech Alloy
  • Medium wide sole
  • Ideal perimeter weighting

USER REVIEWS

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[Jul 05, 2006]
ricoto
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: KZG MC-II Irons

Amazing clubs...the feel to me is similar to forged, though the sound is a bit muted. Distance is very good, as is trajectory and control. These are a game improvement club with perimeter weighting, slightly wider sole, but have a nice thin topline (unlike many other game improvement irons). Grooves are incredibly sharp. In fact, I have shredded several balls over the past couple of rounds! Can't beat the price or the performance.

Customer Service

n/a.

Similar Products Used:

You name it!

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Sep 23, 2005]
sdvv
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: KZG MCII

I have been playing the KZG MC IIs for about a year now. They were custom fitted for the shaft and lie. There is nothing I can say about the irons. The slight offset and mid-size head took a few rounds to become adjusted to them. I did not experience a distance gain, but I did see an improvement in consistency and trajectory. This is due as much to having the right shaft and lie as the club itself. My son (5 handicap) told me about the clubs. He is just as satisfied as I am. We would recommend them to anyone. I would also recommend custom fitting. It really does make a difference (no, I am not a club fitter). Also, they are a great value. As good as the name brands, but not nearly as expensive.

Customer Service

No experience.

Similar Products Used:

Taylormade Burner irons

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Mar 08, 2005]
oldcards
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: KZG MC II

I bought a set of 4-SW KZG MC-IIs off of eBay & I really like these clubs! They came with Precision Microtaper shafts in regular flex. The interesting thing is I hit these further & straighter than my previous two iron sets even thought these have less of an offset. For a cast iron, they have a great feel. My son has a set of the KZG II-M forged irons and true to form his set has an even better feel but a little less distance. Better than any of the brand name irons I tried at the local golf store.

Customer Service

Not had to use yet.

Similar Products Used:

Big Bertha clones, Snake Eyes Fire Forged IIs, KZG II-M, etc....

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Feb 26, 2005]
massey
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: KZG MC-II irons 3-pw

How do I describe my new KZG MC=II irons? SWEETNESS! I actually had a wonderful set of Tour Edge 350J irons that I liked a lot, but came across these on ebay for a price I couldnt refuse, about $150 when they go for $400+ ... and I am glad I didn't pass them up ... the have a light, feathery feel, and the ball comes off the face like a butterfly ... easy, workable, with a high boring flight that sits very gently on the green. It only took 2-3 rounds to dial in the distance, and I have taken about 5 strokes off my game in 5-6 rounds with them ... just VERY, very consistent and EFFORTLESS swings make the ball fly and bite. NOW I understand what quality equipment is all about. KZG is a lesser known company, but they make fabulous clubs ... (their forged wedges are top rated) ... these irons are a cast version of their forged irons, a bit more affordable, for sure, but true beauties .... so if you have been thinking about forged irons, but can't lay out the dough, these should be a consideration. If you enjoy the feel of great ball contact, these will put you in heaven.

Customer Service

None, bought of ebay

Similar Products Used:

None ... my first set of higher quality irons

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Sep 08, 2004]
Roger_R
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: KZG MC-II irons 3-PW

I recently purchased the KZG MC-II irons. These irons are fantastic is every way and are priced far below many other sets of similiar quality. They not only look fantastic to the eye, but they feel beautiful. It is very easy to hit a quality shot with these forgiving irons and the ball can be worked as well. KZG has produced the sleeper of the year with this fine set.

Customer Service

The service was fantastic.

Similar Products Used:

Cleveland TA-6 irons

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Sep 03, 2004]
kiserph
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: KZG MC-II

After trying several after market sets (see list of clubs tried out in Similar Products Used section), I settled on the KZG MC-II forged irons for my new set. The triple combo of quality / price / custom fit is very hard to beat in my opinion. They will work for anyone, but I'd say more so for the 20+ handicapper. Got these suited up with Fuji 90's in flex 4.5 + Lamkin Crosslines. My swing speed with my old 6 iron was usually around 80-85 mph with a smooth / slow tempo. So, decent but nothing more. I tend to shoot in the 90's, but that's because of my poor putting usually. In other words, I feel ok about my iron game. Absolute dream to hit with these. Took me a few rounds to dial in the distance, but now I'm feeling pretty comfortable. The combo of these irons + the shaft & flex has equaled 30 extra yards. Of course before this I was using antiquated irons with too stiff a shaft + 1 inch too short in length. So having the wrong equipment before making the shift explains a lot of the 30 yards ... but the results with these are just awesome and the feel is unbelievably soft. Mis-hits, although few, don't feel like mis-hits like with any other iron I've tried. The cavity back helps as well for distance and direction control, but I'm pretty sure a strong player can still work the ball with these. My confidence is much better than ever before and I'm starting to try for more. I'm also starting to "feel" the distance and leave the scorecard, GPS, or distance markers aside. That's how much I'm trusting these now. You owe it to yourself to at least give these a try before deciding on any other iron out there. No ... it's a MUST to try these. In the bag and staying there.

Customer Service

NA

Similar Products Used:

Dyncraft (various), Mizuno, MacGregor, Ping, Hogan, Wilson, Srixon, Precept, Titleist, Cleveland among some others.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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