Mizuno MP-R Series Wedges

Mizuno MP-R Series Wedges 

DESCRIPTION

  • Classic Round head shape
  • Tour inspired Workshop-Grind Sole
  • CNC Max-Milled square grooves
  • Minimal off set

USER REVIEWS

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[Oct 26, 2011]
Marky_Green
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: MP-R wedges

I own the 52', 54' and 58' MP-R Chrome wedge. The clubs are very accurate, with a nice soft feel at impact. I agree with one of the previous reviews stating that the lenght of the clubs is limited (70 meters with the 52') so there is a big gap from the PW (in my case a Mizuno MX-950). But I don't want to miss the things these wedges are able to do around the green: short chips stop quickly, the lenght of my pitch is very consistent, and the flop shots with the 58' are a pleasure. Playing mainly on hard fairways in northern Europe, the 52' with 7' bounce completes the set very well.

Customer Service

not used

Similar Products Used:

none

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Feb 04, 2009]
bigpun1974
Shoots in the 80s

I have a 52 and 56 degree in black and my 60 degree is in chrome. There is a bit of a yardage gap in between my MP-32 PW and my 52 but it is not unmanageable. My yardages in between the wedges are consistant. These wedges have a lower ball flight and generate the appropriate amount of spin as opposed to too much spin that other wedges I have used can produce(Vokey SM, CG 12) I would recommend the Black finish as the chrome can be blinding in the right sunlight. A raw finish would be better but I do not think that Mizuno offers it.

Customer Service

Not used.

Similar Products Used:

Vokey Spin Milled, Cleveland CG 12, Cleveland TA

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Aug 28, 2008]
Simon Ward
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: MP-R series 52 &56

I've been playing these for about 8 months, and love them, with qualifications. For finessing shots, half shots (incl. punches), and blasting out of "impossible" lies with the 56, I love them. But for full shots, they are quite lightweight. I have to apply a lot of power to get them to travel. I think the fault is mine, but the contrast between the 52 degree and my Mizuno MP30 PW is great. I'm not a long hitter with the short clubs, but when I can get 100 yards + with my PW, and maybe 70 yards max with my 52, I wonder if they're really the right wedges for me.

Customer Service

None needed.

Similar Products Used:

Callaway X-14 pro 56 (very nice, with rifle shaft), but wanted a 52/56 combi, and couldn't find a 52.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
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