dual muscle gives clubs a soft solid and consistent feel on impact
3 August 2011
Summary: Like the dual muscle which gives club a soft solid and consistent feel on impact. Only downside is the durable double nickel chrome plated finish which makes the club face looks dirty which makes re-chroming an additional cost to already expensive club set and for me only a 4 of 5 stars.
Summary: Bought this club because I'm thinking about moving to Mizuno from NIke and wanted to first test a club that was similar to my VR split cavities. I really liked this club and was able to move the ball very easy both left and right.
Summary: Purchased after a fitting with local pro. These, if nothing else, are the best looking clubs on the market. Not real forgiving but they are not meant to be. Spin the ball like crazy. Not terribly long, very comperable to distance was getting with x-18.
Summary: I’m a 6 handicap and have played about 4 rounds with my new Mp-52 irons. I previously played Hogan Apex Pro for about 8 years and loved them. Once the grooves started wearing out on my Hogan’s I decided it was time for a new set.
Summary: Great feedback, you can feel the miss hit before you see the ball flight. The feedback makes it easy to shape the ball flight and amount of draw or fade.Good contact feels incredibly smooth, absolutely no vibration. The feel is unique.
Conclusion: The bottom line is that I would recommend these clubs to any golfer with a handicap of 15 or better. I would even go as far as suggesting any beginners buy these instead of going the route I did with a beginner/hybrid set.
Excerpt: Finally settled on these irons after quite a long time reseaching. I had drawn the field down to these, Ping (G10, I10) and Titleist (Ap1, Ap2). Personally I do not like the really chunky irons such as Ping G10 and didn't get on with the I10 so where quickly knocked out.