Mizuno MP-63 Irons

Mizuno MP-63 Irons 

DESCRIPTION

Mizuno MP-63 Iron Set The Mizuno MP-63 Iron Set is the evolution of Mizuno's most popular Tour iron. The legendary Grain Flow Forging process combines with an innovative Diamond Muscle design to create the perfect blend of feel and control in a player's cavity. Additional Features: Set Composition: 3-Pitching Wedge Shaft Brand: True Temper Dynamic Gold Shaft Type: Dynamic Gold Grip: Golf Pride M-21

USER REVIEWS

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[Dec 01, 2011]
Dr. Emmit Thompson
Scratch Golfer
Model Reviewed: MP-63

I have played the Titleist 990 since it came out in 1999. Prior to that I played the Titleist 962 and before that I played Wilson FG-17 irons. I have never been a fan of Mizuno and typically don't buy clubs manufactured outside our beloved USA.

I took these clubs out for an 18 hole demo and was surprised to find that they felt somewhat pleasant. However, make no mistake about it, these clubs are nowhere near as accurate and solid as the Titleist 990 irons. Mizuno's irons have a clicky feel to them and seem to wear out faster than other comparable irons.

I won't be purchasing these irons and I'm very happy to continue on with my 990 iron. The preferred choice of the expert player.

Customer Service

I hope they speak English.

Similar Products Used:

Many

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
[Apr 04, 2011]
Jonathan
Scratch Golfer
Model Reviewed: Mp 63

I'm 13 and have been playing golf my whole life. I've had or demoed some really nice clubs and these are way up there. They've got a really low ball flight but the distances are very consistent. It's very workable and only the mp 68's surpass it. The 68's have better feel and workability so if you're a good ball striker, I would get them. They're both very nice clubs

Similar Products Used:

Ping I 15, mp 33's

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[Nov 08, 2010]
famousdavis
Scratch Golfer
Model Reviewed: MP-63

I had just finished a 3-day golf trip at Pebble Beach and decided to stop by my buddies country club in Los Altos, CA. We played a quick 18 and he paid me our regular $600 bet. I usually win. Anyway, we went back to the pro shop and I noticed that had a new set of Mizuno MP-63s. I told the pro I wanted to try them out on the course and he conceeded even though they were brand new. Let's just say I know how to get what I want. Either that or the dimwit is fired. I played a quick 9 and then took them to the range. I hit every iron at least 10 times and felt that these irons are extremely good. The feel is great, the accuracy is amazing and the fit and finish is nothing other than superb. However, I also didn't see any real improvement over my Ping Eye 2 irons. Needless to say I took them back to the pro. He was a little upset that the clubs had scratch marks from the sanded driving range but I could really care less. If he wants to sell clubs he needs to invest in a few demo sets. Anyway, I drove the Porsche back to my vacation home in Tahoe and played another 5 rounds with my Ping Eye 2s. I have all the money in the world yet I play these clubs. I use the best...and money is no object. Later.

Customer Service

I don't bother. If something breaks I just buy a new one. I'm rich so I don't care.

Similar Products Used:

I don't share what other equipment I've used so don't ask.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
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