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Mizuno MP-69 Irons Reviews

imsys0042

Beautiful clubs, finally the set that I've wanted and am able to hit

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Pros: Beautiful look, nice feel. Playable and forgiving for blades

Cons: Higher irons look a little chunky in the back, doesn't affect playability

Little bit of background. I've played for 25 years. When I was younger I bought a set of Hogan blades that were my fit from eBay, but couldn't hit anything below the 7-iron effectively. I am a 10 handicap who has put a lot of time into his game in the past two years, and went from barely breaking 100 on his home course to shooting in the 80s and occasionally lower. The local pro has spent some time with me and changed my sing and grip to where it is a much more powerful swing/grip and reduced a lot of movement that I had that made me inconsistent. I finally felt like I was ready for a set of clubs that were workable and potentially harder to hit, but giving me more feedback on...
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Gapwedge

MP-69 3-PW w/DG S300 Shafts

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Pros: Pleasing to the eye, "buttery feel" on solid contact

Cons: Chrome finish can be distracting at times

Allow me to digress briefly. My first set of pro type irons were Power Bilt Scotch Blades in 1967 so I grew up playing bladed irons as that was all there was back in the day.  You learned to hit them.  I did play with the Ping Eye 2's for a brief time before owning a set of Mizuno MP 32's.  As I got older I told myself I did not need to be playing blades any longer so I gave the MP32's to my son and switched back to Ping.  This time a set of i5's. But I played my best golf with blades.  When the MP-69's hit the market I fell in love again with Mizuno blades and recently purchased the 3-PW with DG S300 shafts.  They are very pleasing to the eye.The sole...
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