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Mizuno MP-59 Irons offering added forgiveness
Posted by: Golfonlineau (IP Logged)
Date: July 10, 2013 01:51AM
You’ll find when it comes to building golf clubs for sale designed for the best players, Mizuno has refined, tweaked and re-invented its models within the blade-cavity back category. In their MP-59 line, Mizuno introduces titanium to the picture, promising to “deliver full cavity forgiveness in a player’s half cavity design.”

The Mizuno MP-59 Irons are fine crafted and expert engineered tools and do exactly as asked. Compared with Mizuno MP 69 irons best price, Mizuno Launches MP-59 Irons with Ti Muscle Technology offering added forgiveness in a player preferred appearance. On the flip side, off center hits, most notably balls hit a little heavy or a little thin, not only suffer the consequences, but the fantastic feedback these irons deliver help you identify just where you hit the face.

The design is nice and compact and looks great at address as opposed to GI heads that looks like shovels. You can even shape shots left or right with these clubs. The actual head of these clubs have been downsized by a small amount when comparing them to the previous model. Mizuno is noted for quality and feel and it's manufacturing process is second to none. The feel of the ball strike on this iron is uniquely pure and the ball releases like a rocket. I hit them better than my old PING K15 Irons.

The lightweight characteristics of the pure titanium allows for the ideal amount of thickness behind the impact area to deliver consistent solid feel while simultaneously providing a dramatic increase in perimeter weighting for enhanced playability. The failing titanium additionally allows for an ideal bulk of array abaft the appulse breadth to advance the soft, solid, constant feel while accretion the ambit weighting for playability.

The Mizuno MP 59 Irons will appeal to the player who loves the look of the classic muscleback style blade, but appreciates the subtle forgiveness provided by a titanium inset. This could be a combination of a shaft that’s half a flex stiffer and a specific effort to swing smoother in order to catch the sweet spot more regularly.

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