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Mizuno MP-57

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Reviews and Problems with Mizuno MP-57

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Overall 8
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Value for money 8
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User Review

David Bevell, GolfReview.com
10 November 2013
  • 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.
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Overall 8
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Value for money 8
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User Review

Tom DiCinti, GolfReview.com
27 November 2012
Overall 8
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Everything Mizuno said they were.

louis3151blue, Ebay
8 March 2012
  • 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.
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Overall 8
8.0

A little dissapointment

masahisa, Ebay
8 September 2010
  • Summary: The product was new, but I can see some very small dents on the club head. I am not complaining the condition of the product, but I was expecting better condition.
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Overall 6
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Distance 6
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Forgiveness 6
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Looks 8
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Feel 8
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Accuracy 6
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Mizuno MP-57 Irons

mike, My Golf Club Reviews
5 October 2009
  • Summary: Clubs look great, feel great, but lost at least 10 to 12 yards in distance from my old set of mx-23\'s. Top line is alot smaller than the mx-23\'s, will take time to adjust. I see no difference in distance in the mid to long irons, but a big difference in the scoring irons 8 thru PW. Not for the higher handicap golfer.
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Overall 8
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Mizuno MP 57 Project X 6.0

amtrussell, Ebay
27 April 2009
  • Summary: I have been in search of a set of transition clubs from game improvement to a forged club. I have always heard that Mizuno makes the best forged clubs in golf. My local golf pro recommended that I try this set because of the muscle cavity back that provides some forgiveness. I got fitted by Mizuno and took the plunge. After several sessions on the range I decided to take this set to my home course. The first few rounds had mixed results and I went back to the fitter.
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Overall 8
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Mizuno MP-57 Irons

Andrew Brown, oobgolf
5 March 2008
  • Conclusion: I'm not sure what I can say that I haven't already. The Mizuno MP 57 irons are a great set of irons. They look and feel great and Mizuno should be proud of what they've made. If you fit in the target audience for these clubs you should definitely try to find a demo day near you and hit them.
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Overall 8
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Value for money 8
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Distance 6
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Forgiveness 6
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Looks 10
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Feel 10
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Playability 8
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MP 57 - from graphite to Rife shafts

sngernz, The Greenskeeper
24 February 2008
  • Conclusion: I've had these Mizuno MP 57's two months now and am getting comfortable with the clubs, but the big adjustment is the different shafts. If you've played graphite and switch to steel, you can expect more exact feel when striking the ball. I miss the extra flex the graphite gave me (1 club distance) but I find the control of the steel shaft by far makes my game more precise ... building confidence when any mid to long distance iron shot comes my way.
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Overall 8
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Value for money 8
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Distance 6
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Forgiveness 6
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Looks 10
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Feel 10
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Playability 8
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MP 57 - from graphite to Rife shafts

sngernz, The Greenskeeper
24 February 2008
  • Conclusion: I've had these Mizuno MP 57's two months now and am getting comfortable with the clubs, but the big adjustment is the different shafts. If you've played graphite and switch to steel, you can expect more exact feel when striking the ball. I miss the extra flex the graphite gave me (1 club distance) but I find the control of the steel shaft by far makes my game more precise ... building confidence when any mid to long distance iron shot comes my way.
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Overall 8
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Value for money 4
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Distance 8
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Forgiveness 8
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Looks 10
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Feel 10
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Playability 8
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MP 57 for a 12 Hdcp

GNB4ME, The Greenskeeper
24 February 2008
  • Conclusion: Traded a set of orig Big bertha irons I had played for years. Absolutely love the new sticks. Look and feel great. Forgiving enough and make you want to hit good shots. Straight and very nice, high trajectory with the project X 5.0 shafts. Recommend getting fitted first for lie, flex etc. Project shafts play a little stiffer than true temper. 5.0 is like a regular plus. Great irons!!
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