Summary: A really nice feel - it does have that Mizuno Forged feel at impact if you hit it on the sweetspot. I thought it was going to be more forgiving than it was. I hit balls and played 2 rounds with them and I wanted them to be the club - they weren't. It is a beautiful club. If you're looking for forgiveness in a forged club - look somewhere else. The old Mizuno Pros (late 90s) has more forgiveness and a better feel than these.
Feel and look of a blade with extra forgiveness thrown in
25 April 2013
Summary: I bought a set of these used and I couldn't be happier. I don't get the chance to go out that much anymore and my scratch golf has slowly risen to most rounds ending in the high seventies. Due to this I decided it was time to drop my blades and go for something with a similar small face, thin topline look, yet a bit more forgiving. These are exactly that. Look and feel of a blade with just the little bit more forgiveness that I was striving for.
Summary: Clubs good as Russian Vodka comrad. I so happy to be in this country where women have high heel with short pants. Beyond wildest dream. I start golf back 5 years after getting dream job as grass lawn jockey. I sneak off to links at midnight like spy back in Kremlin. First I borrow set from soul brotha' neighbor but find heads to big for liking. I get good real fast and need clubs help me get better. I go to said golf store and slavic owner try to wheel/deal.
Summary: I very much like these clubs. they are everything i had read and researched about them. Perfect for the mid to low handicap player looking to improve further. Look and feel like a blade at address but still have some forgiveness. You don't need to bash the ball with these clubs...you just need a nice tempo and you finesse the ball where you want it.
Summary: Every year golf manufactures come out with newest, bestest, must have clubs. And I always look forward to seeing whats coming out. But sometimes new isn't always better. In 2008 Mizuno came out with the MP-57 and once you play them you will probably never let them go. I currently own 3 sets of these irons that I keep at different places. Quite possibly the easiest to hit MP series to come about.
Summary: I have had these clubs for 3 seasons now and love the consistency. They seemed to be a full club different from my previous set (R7). I played a full year with them thinking my swing was at fault for the distance loss. I hit them pure, but had to play an 8 where I would normally play a 9 iron. Finally I took them back to the shop I bought them from to get a second fitting, thinking it might be the wrong shaft for my swing.