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Mizuno MX-1000 Irons Review 
By yiyad123 on Apr 11, 2012 08:24 AM
The MX-1000 iron from Mizuno features the companies Hot Metal technology, originally designed for their wood and hybrid ranges but now extended into iron design with the arrival of these golf clubs.

The Mizuno MX 1000
are the longest and straightest iron set ever developed by Mizuno. A combination of hot metal construction and Hollow Technology give these irons a design with maximum MOI weighting for a super low and deep COG.

Mizuno say the MX-1000 is the ultimate club for those golfers looking for the perfect combination of both extra distance and extreme forgiveness. The revolutionary design delivers distances that push the boundaries of R&A and USGA performance limitations by the adoption of plasma welding a thin, hot, ES230 maraging steel face with a 431 stainless steel body, a process first used in Mizuno's MP Fli-Hi utility iron.

The Mizuno MX-1000 Irons club head has a hollow construction which is combined with internal weighting to make even those unfortunate off centre strikes stay on line and hold their distance.

Mizuno also say that the weighting promotes a high ball flight which has allowed them to introduce stronger lofts throughout the set to provide each MX-1000 with greater carry of around 7 yards over the MX-950 iron it replaces. Combined with a lightweight D0 swing weight and the True Temper GS95 steel shaft, the Mizuno MX-1000s are the golf clubs for those needing some extra power for their irons

The hollow club head and internal Y-tune weighting enables the sweet spot to be moved lower and expanded further into the toe of the club. The bevelled leading and trailing edges effectively narrow the Mizuno MX 300
large sole plate for better interaction with the turf from a variety of lies.




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