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By salejue on Oct 19, 2012 08:17 AM
First, the Mizuno MP 69 . With 3D muscle technology, these irons are the next generation of muscleback irons. The innovative 3D muscle is the result of extensive computer optimization to deliver the ideal COG location that is lower and more face centered providing a penetrating and workable ball flight for complete shot control. The MP-68 irons also have a Tour Confirmed sole shape that ensures the appropriate amount of turf interaction for pure ball striking. Mizuno Grain Flow Forging process ensures that the Mizuno MP-68 Irons provide the best feel and ball control in the golf equipmentt.

Second, the Mizuno MX 300 Irons. These irons are the improved version of the highly successful MP 52 Irons. The MP-58s have a build you would expect from Mizuno. Very solid and classic - while infusing some new technology. To develop the MP-58 iron, Mizuno uses a high-tech titanium metal during the forging of the outer muscle of the iron. This enhances the feel, workability and shape of the club. The lightweight titanium also allows for an ideal amount of thickness behind the impact area to promote the soft, solid, consistent feel while increasing the perimeter weighting for playability.

Third, the Mizuno JPX 8000 . Mizuno set out to create a club that fits somewhere between a players iron and a game improvement iron, and from that idea came the MX-300 line of irons. To give you a better idea of the concept behind the Mizuno MP-59 Irons, think "a more forgiving MP iron." Yes, the workability and sleek appearance is still there, but so is a larger sweet spot, and a nearly invisible cavity. The MX-300s are made from the Grain Flow Forged, 1025E "Pure Select" mild carbon steel, which plays a big part in that feel that Mizuno fans adore. In conjunction with the Grain Flow Forging process, Modal Analysis was used to further perfect that sweet, buttery soft feel and sound at impact.

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