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post #19 of 24

Re: Mizuno Iron Comparison

First of all, sorry for bringing up a half-dead thread, but I did a search for a good thread to write my question in, and this was the closest one.

Does anyone know if there will be a new version of Mp-58 next season, like mp-59 or something?

And to write something a bit more On Topic, I really Love the feel and control of mp-58's!! :)

/Idumhet
post #20 of 24

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Just got the MX 19 iron set at ebay for a decent price. I haven't read a bad review yet on those irons espcially for beginners like me.
post #21 of 24

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Originally Posted by Iowa Hawkeye View Post
I'm gaming the TZoid Pros, and was wondering how the newer Iron models compare to the feel of these. I'm looking to get a newer set soon, and may look into their GI irons like the MX200s, or stay with a muscle type, depends on how I hit each.
As always, personal preference should be the main indicator here....that said, I have played MP 57's with Proj X as a 12-14 handi the last two years and I just traded them in for MX 200's with the Dynamic Gold XP shaft. I have struggled to break 90 this year and since the I bagged the MX 200's I have shot 84, 79, and 39 (front only). Yes, the shafts are lighter with a higher ball flight than my old shafts.

The take away is they are so easy to hit....its a joke. These rounds included mishits that ended up just off the green and or fringe. I regret fighting the 57s for so long!!! I am happy as a clam.

2 cents. Yes I know I am too lazy to update my 'weapons'.
post #22 of 24

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I got the mp52 last season and i have been happy. My friend got the mp67 and my mp52 seems more easy to play
post #23 of 24

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Originally Posted by Iowa Hawkeye View Post
I'm gaming the TZoid Pros, and was wondering how the newer Iron models compare to the feel of these. I'm looking to get a newer set soon, and may look into their GI irons like the MX200s, or stay with a muscle type, depends on how I hit each.
I'm surprised that no one has mentioned the MX-19s! Their the most forgiving irons, according to Maltby, that Mizuno has EVER made. I absolutely love them!

And they aren't that 'clunky' either! They feel like forged, but they're cast.
post #24 of 24

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Originally Posted by dreamsmith View Post
I'm surprised that no one has mentioned the MX-19s! Their the most forgiving irons, according to Maltby, that Mizuno has EVER made. I absolutely love them!

And they aren't that 'clunky' either! They feel like forged, but they're cast.
What? 3 posts above yours is a guy raving about MX-19s. Sure it was a year and a half ago, but still.
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