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ianccam H.Cap (12) 23.10.12
Traded up to these from Titleist DCI 762s. These Mizunos are superb, beautiful feel off the face compared to the rather clunky Titleists. Great 'ping' off the face too for chips and punch shots, even down to a 3 iron under the trees. Only complaint is that they do seem to be at least half a club shorter than the Titleists but once you work this out you just remember to allow for it in club selection. Brilliant value for £80, though I did then spend £30 on new grips and getting the lie adjusted at AGD. For £110 I have a superb set of irons that fit me. Why buy new ?
garethmccullough H.Cap (12) 10.10.12
Just received my new Mizuno MP60 Irons, they are practically brand new, used them for the first time in a club competition and the feel is amazing, thought I would lose some distance moving from game improver irons to blades, however I was hitting the ball much the same distance but with a better trajectory
fzenha H.Cap (18) 30.01.12
This irons suited me fantastic. My previous irons was GI and changing to this ones was the best choice i could made. This irons let you feel every shot and shape it. They are forgiving like no other forged casts, and you really can learn with the bad shots with this ones. They will make you to get better.
srixon2010 H.Cap (5) 29.05.11
Great service again from golfbidder.
Clubs are great, different from my srixons irons. Gained half a club in distance and by do these babys love to work the ball.
chalgrave H.Cap (13) 05.05.10
I noticed a new member I was playing with had MP60's and I asked if I could hit a shot or two with them.(as you do)
At a Par 3 (150 yards uphill and all carry) I had a go with the 6 iron.Wow ! The ball drew onto the green about pin high with a wonderful flight.Yet the clubs had Dynamic Gold STIFF shafts and I'm not supposed to be able to draw a ball with anything other than my seniors graphites.So what do you make of that ? I hit a few more shots with the 5 iron,and each time was able to put a nice little draw on the ball.Anyway I ordered a set with Dynamic Gold R300 regular shafts and have just had a great time at the range with them.They look almost new,and the feel off the face is superb.I wished I'd bought these years ago.
Great service from Golfbidder as well xxxx
TomHolmes H.Cap (13) 14.04.10
I would find it difficult to find a fault with these irons, I play golf only once or twice a week,and I have no difficulty if using them,The feel is beautiful from address to strike.and they look stunning.
gkingsley7 H.Cap (14) 13.05.09
These clubs are absolutely breath taking: the flight is all there; the strike is forgiving but most of all the clubs were such great value. I had never hit baldes before, but for the first round i hit them so well it was as if i was of a 0 handicap.
ryanfagan4 H.Cap (18) 01.05.09
took them out for a round as soon as i got them and found these mizunos perfect. The feel you get from these forged clubs is amazing and they look neet at address. Briliant clubs and great service from golf bidder!
Steve46 H.Cap (10) 09.04.09
Great feel, strong flight, beautiful.
There is nothing quite like a Mizuno!
AlexWield H.Cap (12) 31.01.09
After a lenght of time that is usually only associated with my putting I finally purchased a set of new MP60's. This was ground breaking - for the last ten years I have been playing with a set of Robert de Vincenzo Maxfli blades that were so aged they included a mashie 10!
I can now swing as badly as I want and the ball nearly always goes straight and far...surely no more can be asked of from a set of irons, my advice is to buy.
THEJAT H.Cap (12) 05.12.08
These clubs are brilliant!!! Compared to my old set of Taylor made LT the spin you get off the short irons is amazing. Struck out the middle you don't feel the ball. A brilliant purchase from Golfbidder!
mrkura H.Cap (13) 29.10.08
This is the first time using mizuno clubs and I have no reason to use any other clubs anymore. Very soft feeling and great accuracy. Best clubs EVER.
Growler54 H.Cap (14) 16.08.08
I have come to expect alot from Mizuno clubs having used a set of MX20's for three years and the MP60's certainly deliver. Beautiful looking clubs which sit lovely behind the ball and are nowhere near as hard to use as some people would have you believe. The short irons are beautifully shaped and I like the way they are slightly heavier than MX20 which helps to encourage a slow smooth swing. Also prefer these clubs to MX20 as they give a more penetrating flight. Cant wait to get back out on the golf course with them again!!!
nstodds H.Cap (9) 04.08.08
You name them, I've had them..Ping ,Taylor Made,Ram,Callawy, Lynx and lots of Mizuno. I've still got 3 seta of Mizuno ( TP9, 11, and 19s) in the garage, and a set of Adams Tour Idea (Red) in the locker.... but it is the MP60's that are in the bag.
Don't get me wrong, they've been out a few times to try other clubs,as I am an inveterate "swapper, but I keep going back to the MP 60s.
For a start they are one of the best lookers on the market..blade- like at address, but with the comfort of the slight cavity to look at as you wait for your turn to play the 185yd tee shot at the 14th at Alwoodley with the wind across your path and the bunkers waiting..
The long irons give a good high flight, but with that pro trajectory of rising to a point and then dropping.. not a parabolic sort of flight like the Pings..the short irons seem to penetrate on without ballooning.. even when I am having a "bad swing day"
So, what's not to like..well, I have friends who can't hit them, find them heavy and prefer to have a "frying pan" in their hands, but having lovingly saved for my first set of blades about 15 years ago ( the TP 11s) I have been a fan of that sort shape of club ever since...the MP 60 gives you the "look", aligned with the modern technology to play it.
dasmilne H.Cap (8) 05.07.08
I previously owned a set of titleist blades which were sometimes difficult to hit consistently if you were having a bad day. I then decided that I needed a new set of more forgiving irons but with the "players" look that my old irons had. This set ticked all of the boxes for me, the ball fizzes off the club face with a good high trajectory. I would recommend these clubs to anyone who is wanting a little more forgiveness and the same workability of blades.
simondo1991 H.Cap (22) 01.06.08
These irons are excellent in the fist stableford I played with them I shot 50 points 14 under my handicap 8 over course I made 4 birdies, but I found these irons so easy to shape and hit in differnet ways and got a clean strike from and lie!!! recomend these to anyone.
tclark H.Cap (14) 08.05.08
Changed from TM RAC MB TP Forged to these beauties. So much easier to hit from 3-5. Absolutely lovely feel, not at all dull like full cavity but not too harsh as blade but just as accurate. Give great confidence. Great small sized club head. Sweet spot feels larger than other reviews stated, and I think these are ideal clubs to bring down an 18 handicapper to a single figure. I feel that these clubs will take me past that threshold, if only I could putt. Buy them and enjoy.
greenmeanie H.Cap (7) 15.01.08
THESE IRONS ARE THE BEST I'VE USED FOR YEARS ADDED AN EXTRA 10YDS PER CLUB WHICH MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE WHEN YOU'RE 170 OUT AND YOU GET THE BENEFIT OF SOME EXTRA LOFT,WOULD SAY ANY PLAYER FROM 12 HANDICAP DOWN WILL REALLY ENJOY THESE IRONS
davmac H.Cap (8) 24.10.07
Find the sweet spot and you get that exquisite Mizuno feel; the trouble is the sweet spot is very hard to find. Even with a reputed 10% larger sweet area this set remains exclusively for the very good ball striker.
The Aldila NV MLTi while a more comfortable weight than the standard Dynamic gold steel shaft still requires a 5-iron swing speed in excess of 77 mph to extract the best performance from the shaft.
If you are wondering, am I good enough? Stick to the R7 tp X-20 tour or Ping i10 I wish I had.