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The new Mizuno Irons MP-67 Review 
By yiyad123 on May 17, 2012 03:44 AM
Continuing the award winning success of Cut MuscleTM technology, the Mizuno product development team has developed a new muscle back iron featuring an innovative "Slender" Cut Muscle design. This new Slender Cut MuscleTM allows the player complete ball control by pin-pointing the COG inside the muscle back design. Utilizing our Grain Flow ForgingŪ and Cut MuscleTM technology, the design team was able to provide a neutral COG relative to the shaft axis and a consistent sweet spot location for exact trajectory and distance control. The cambered sole of the MP-67TM allows the player precise shot making capability from all types of lies. The MP-67TM long irons achieve a mid-high trajectory, (Mizuno MP-67 Iron Set) while the scoring irons deliver a mid trajectory.
Like with the TaylorMade Tour Preferred CB Irons from Mizuno, these clubs definitely require a good and repeatable golf swing in order to be effective in players hands.
As with most blade irons, good strikes feel great, and are rewarded with a good looking shot. The clubs really can feel so effortless at times, and really smooth at impact. (Mizuno MP-68 Irons) You will know when you've hit the ball well and have made a good swing.
However one thing that was very clear was that mis-hits with the MP-67s are relatively short distance wise. The forgiveness accuracy wise isn't too bad for blades, but hit a shot poorly and you likely wont be making the green.
The general results were that a poorly hit shot was about 1 club to 2 clubs short on average through the set. Meaning an TaylorMade R11 Driver poorly hit, goes roughly as far as a 7 or 8 iron would with a good strike.
Despite this though, as mentioned a slight amount of forgiveness is there, but you have to have a consistent swing that repeats. An inconsistent swing will produce very inconsistent results with the Mizuno MP-67s.
If you're about an 8 or a 9 handicap or lower, and do want to improve and be a better player. You should give these Mizuno irons a look. They force you to make the effort to get better and improve your swing. Because you will need to have a good swing and find the sweet.




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