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: 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.
Summary: I was looking to improve my iron equipment without having to spend a whole lot of money. I looked up the Golf Digest's Hot Lists from a few years ago and found this set as the top winner in the 2008-9 Hot List. I figured that iron technology hadnt advanced enough for me to spend $500 more on a brand new set and I was right. This irons have worked beautifully for me and I am glad that I bought them.
Summary: I bought these irons because I needed to upgrade from my previous irons. They were a set of game improvment irons from taylormade. This is my first set if player irons and they are awesome. They have a little forgivness and they give great feedback. I have only played three rounds with them and I am already in love with them. This is an awesome set of clubs if you are in the 11 to 13 handicapp range.
Summary: If You want the Best True Buttery Soft Golf Iron there is, this is IT! I play Mizuno MP 27's (Sold in Japan) and these Mizuno MP 57's have such a Wonderful Soft Feel also! You can work the ball (if You are Good Enough) any direction You desire, simply Wonderful to play these and are Very Accurate! These will help Make You a Better Golfer!