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MP 58 Irons is designed for the serious golfer 
By tiiy on Jul 24, 2012 03:42 AM

The Mizuno MP 58 Irons are another extremely impressive looking set of Mizuno irons released in late 2009. Quite allot of technology has gone into the design and manufacture of this golf club in order to achieve this combination. Power and distance is perhaps not so much an important factor to look at in an iron. But the MP-58 irons are fairly impressive in this department. The penetrating ball flight seems to help give an extra 10 yards or so of carry than what allot of other newer irons can give, even in windier conditions. The Mizuno MP-58 Ti Muscle iron has been designed to combine the playability of their better player irons with the forgiveness of a multi material construction modern iron, the first time this has been done in the Mizuno MP 58 Irons For Sale series.

The MP 58 Ironsachieve the rare combination of a penetrating ball flight, increased MOI, and superior feel, all in the ultimate player's head shape. Cheap golf club sets perfect combination of playing characteristics is only attainable through the utilization of Mizuno's patented cheap golf technology. During the complex Grain Flow Forging process, a high tech Titanium metal is forged into the outer muscles of the irons, which not only delivers the feel, workability and shape every MP Player desires, but also takes playability in an MP iron to a whole new technological level. The lightweight characteristics of the pure Titanium utilized in the MP 58 allow for an ideal amount of thickness behind the impact area to ensure the legendary soft, solid and consistent feel one expects from a Mizuno iron, while simultaneously providing a dramatic increase in perimeter weighting for enhanced playability.

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