How the Game improvement Mizuno MX-300 irons feel?
Posted by: Janet1206
Date: November 20, 2012 05:42PM
I'll be honest with you, I feel like I really need to throw everything I believed about irons in the "game improvement" category out the window. Quickly. The cheap Mizuno MX 300 Irons
changed my mind about what a game improvement iron should be and how a game improvement iron should feel. And this is coming from someone who thinks the constant Mizuno praise gets a little old sometimes.
Upon unpacking the MX-300s, I was a little surprised, as I didn't expect them to be as attractive as they were. discount Mizuno JPX 800 Irons
They are much more elegant in person than they are in the pictures. At that point, I really didn't know what to expect in terms of performance, because surely MX-level forgiveness couldn't come in a package that looked almost MP-like at address. Once I took them out for their first test, I realized how wrong I was.
From the rough, they also performed exceptionally well, as they cut through the tall grass without getting stuck like some thicker, bulkier irons do sometimes. buy golf clubs au
The dual cambered sole worked as advertised, as I never really had an issue getting them stuck when I'd come down extra hard and steep. In fact, they glided quickly through the turf, almost deceivingly so.
Whether you're a better player looking for a little bit of extra forgiveness, Titleist 910 D2 Driver au price
or an improving player who's not quite sure blades are the next step, Mizuno's new MX-300 offers an ideal mix of game improvement and game enhancement.