Mizuno Comp-CT Irons

Mizuno Comp-CT Irons 

DESCRIPTION

  • Material: Steel
  • Shaft type: Graphite
  • Shaft flex: Stiff, Regular, Senior

USER REVIEWS

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[Jul 26, 2012]
jacob
Shoots in the 100s
Model Reviewed: Mizuno Comp CT Irons better than Comp EZ for beginners

I have not used that many different types of irons, but so far this is my second favorite. I have used a few older sets when I first started to play golf and most were the blade style which did not help my terrible game at all.
I purchased a full set of the Mizuno Comp CT's on ebay for $89 in great shape and I love them. The large head and cavity back have already helped improve my accuracy.
Also, I did purchase a single 6 iron of the Mizuno Comp EZ to compare and they are very similar. The main difference I can physically tell is that the EZ is a tad bit lighter and it has a smaller head. Other then that the EZ is forged which may be worse in the long run since they are an older set and from what I have read forged wears down faster then cast and the Comp CT's are cast which may be better for beginners. Overall If you find a set of these cheap - CT's under $80 in good/very good condition or EZ's under $120 good/very good I would suggest you pick up a set. The best thing to do however would be to get fitted and find the best set to fit your game, but if you are just starting out I don't think it would be a bad idea to start out with a set of these CT's instead of the EZ.

Customer Service

Never Used, but I have purchased a lot of Mizuno products and none have failed so far.

Similar Products Used:

Mizuno Comp EZ

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[Nov 14, 2010]
cwlgal
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: MP53

Following quad-bypass surgery I traded my Mizuno MP-52's for Taylormade 2009 Burners. The Burners were good clubs and filled an intermediate need but couldn't match the MP-53's. I just obtained the new MP-53's and couldn't be happier. The feel is back, the accuracy is back, and the confidence is back (especially in the short game including chipping). I got the new 95 shafts and although I've lost a little distance over the Taylormade clubs the ball flies much higher and lands softly. The MP-53's are deadly accurate around the green. Someone will tell you only a pro can this club but I'm 67 years old sporting an 18 handicap and I find them easy to use. If you're looking for something other than the traditional game-improvement club perhaps the Mizuno MP-52 or MP-53 would serve you well.

Customer Service

N/A

Similar Products Used:

MP-53, MX-200, MX-23

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Apr 20, 2006]
Canada'sGolfingManiac
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Mizuno Comp CT Irons

Great clubs. Have an amazing feel when making crisp contact. Look good, and play good. Very Forgiving for scratch golfers, but also good for more skilled players. Great value for the price.

Customer Service

Nevada Bob's

Similar Products Used:

Tommy Armour 845,

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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