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: 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: I purchased a set of MP-32s about five years ago on ebay and have played them ever since. I have since spine aligned them myself, (I also now sell a spine finder here on ebay) and they are pretty much freaking awesome. I installed a set of original Rifle 7.0 shafts in them about two years ago.
Summary: I have been a Mizuno blade guy for 8 years or so. When I first wanted to purchase some blades i heard they were only for really good players. For me this couldnt be farther from the truth. I bought a set of Mp 33's and started playing better.