Pros: Great Distance, Shot Control and Hit Feedback
Cons: Sounds, Feel isn't as good as MP-69's
I bought a set of MP-59's that were used as Demo's at a golf show for the weekend. Most clubs we not used and in plastic, and the clubs that had been used literally looked brand new.
I spent over an hour at Golfsmith going through fitting but I didn't like the monitor and I knew it wasn't giving me accurate results. The monitor system was telling me everything was fading, and the day before at GG their monitor said everything was a draw. I am glad I didn't listen to the salesman and buyer a different club because I hit these great and straight on the range after purchase.
I am very glad I made the switch. I had been using Wilson Deep Red's that I bought years ago from Walmart, or RockBottomGolf, or where ever.. They were dirt cheap learning irons and they were far ready for retirement.
These clubs were very easy to hit. I didn't loose a single yard moving from Game Improvement irons to these blade/cav combo irons.
While they have a great feel, and hit extremely well, they don't feel quite as good as the MP-69's but I just don't have the trajectory to play those clubs.
I read a lot of reviews else where saying that the ball explodes off of the face, and I felt that way as well. I was hitting my 5 Iron passed 200 with ease, which was nearly impossible with my last irons. I even had a 7 iron shot that hit about 205.