Mizuno MP-69 Set Irons

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MP-69 Set

Mizuno MP-69 3-PW Iron Set with Steel Shafts The Mizuno MP-69 Iron Set, the next iconic Mizuno muscle-back iron, was created by blending Mizuno's PGA Tour Staff input with the latest state-of-the-art design and simulation tools. This iron is the perfect balance of Grain Flow Forged feel and unmatched workability. The MP-69 irons feature the newly developed 4D muscle design. A strategic weighting strategy from 3-Iron through PW ensures ideal COG (Center Of Gravity) placement in every iron through

User Reviews (3)

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t3hov   Shoots in the 80s [Dec 29, 2014]
Model Reviewed: mizuno mp69

First off as you may already know ,these clubs are gorgeous but more importantly not very hard to hit and deadly accurate.Not crazy long but definitely the longest blades ive hit,if your a decent ball striker these clubs will be fine for you with plenty of feedback but not so much distance loss.I have project x 6.0 on my set and im getting a nice high ball flight with no ballooning.Overall great sticks,the feel is second to none,i highly recommend this set

Customer Service

never needed it

Similar Products Used: nike first gen blades(also great sticks)kzg blades,mizuno mp 30,cobra mb pro
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5
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5
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BigBoy   Scratch Golfer [Jul 27, 2012]
Model Reviewed: MP69

I am extremely disappointed with Mizuno and they do not provide a complete line of left hand clubs. So I am off to Titleist which are better clubs anyway

Customer Service

Terrible they do not care about we left handers.

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1
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1
George   Shoots in the 70s [Jun 08, 2012]
Model Reviewed: Mizuno MP-69

Outstanding set of irons. I've been playing MP irons for the past few years: MP-57 and MP-53. Considered going to the MP-59 but decided on the MP-69 due to its forgiveness for off-center shots. The traditional blade design of the 69 combined with beveled sole allow the 69 to cut through the rough and turf for better rescue shots. I have KBS Tour X shafts which feel much like the X100's on my previous MP sets. The weight of the KBS shafts combine with the weight of the 69 heads to make a perfect feel of balance throughout the swing. Although the 69 favors the scratch golfer, its forgiveness allows for those that break 80 frequently to enjoy precise and consistent shots. Way to go Mizuno!

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5
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5
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