Summary: I must say that the Mizuno MP32 has help me strike the ball more flush and less fat or thin shots. Love the no offset, top thin line, thin sole, and overall look. Who would ever think that BLADES would be so easy to hit.
Summary: I have started playing golf again after a 15 yr layoff. I had used the same set of clubs for many years and after buying 6 demo clubs for 50.00 I found that I like trying out new/used clubs. 15 sets later and many more demo irons,I have come to the conclusion Mizuno mp 32 8-wedge are the best I got.
Summary: Had issues hitting "finesse" shots while playing my cavity back irons (that I loved). Did some research and found that forged had some a long way. Found a set of used MP32's, called the Mizuno Customer Service Rep and he preached the gospel. These ARE easy to hit. Even the 3-iron.
Summary: An excellent set of irons, especially for the GOOD iron player looking for just a bit more foregiveness than the MP-33 Blades. Still very workable, and the same feel and quality as the best Mizuno blades. Same thin top line.
Pros: Excellent Mizuno forge feel and quality. This is a MP-37 BLADE with a good sized 'CUT MUSCLE cut-out in the center of the back of the head. Much bigger cut-out than in the MP-67, so you get a good bit more foregiveness with this design over the MP-33 blades Very easy to work the ball. Good distan...
Cons: More forgiving than the Mp-33's, but still not enough for most golfs. Not as foregiving as the older MP-30's, which are an excellent set of irons.
Summary: These are far and away the best set of irons I have ever owned or played with. The feel, and consistent shot outshines most, if not all other clubs. I have friends with different blades, Titleist, Bridgestone, old Hogan's and all of them love these babies.
Summary: Got this set about a week ago and have played 2 rounds up to this point. Wasn't sure how the adjustment period would go from an old set of Nike vr full cavities to these but it was honestly a seamless transition.
Summary: A well struck shot is similar to a warm knife through butter. Still a relevant iron 5-6 years later. Can't go wrong here.. going rate is reasonable for used clubs of this caliber too. Can find a set in the $200-250 range.
Summary: These are utterly fantastic. Even before any sort of swing, the club looks fantastic, giving you a hell of a lot of confidence! I love how the 3 iron looks like a butter knife. obviously, they are relatively unforgiving, so forget it if you're over a handicap of 10.
Summary: I bought these clubs from a friend about a month ago cheap. I had read numerous reviews and was skeptical if I could hit these since I have a high handicap and they were smaller and more blade like. I bought them and went to the driving range.