Summary: A nice club but doesn't have the great feel of some other Mizuno irons - a hard feel - I was surprised at that. My Callaway X20's have a better feel & are a better club - shocking. MP60 and MP 32 have a better feel. MP58 are pretty solid and do have some forgiveness. I was hoping they would feel like the old Mizuno Pros - not even close.
Summary: Great looking irons but riffle shaft irons didn't have a consistent kick point.the 4 iron had a middle to high kick point witch seemed weirded for an iron that's hard to get up in the air as it is.6-PW seemed very easy to hit.The iron are defiantly made for 14 an under handicap.
Summary: These irons are as good as it gets. Great looking and great feeling, too. Instant feedback. These irons came with S300 Sensicore shafts, I'm not a big fan of Sensicore but for some reason the shafts match up quite well with the heads.
Summary: Mizuno MP58: Beautiful top line and significantly smaller than a game improvement iron. Looks like a blade from the top. These clubs play beautifully in the hands of a single digit handicapper. The feedback (Mizuno, right?) is tremendous and the sensation when you pure a shot is unforgettable. Very workable iron, allows for everything you want to do with the ball. No downside to these except the investment $. Enjoy.
This set is an excellent performer for the price of around 400 dollars.....
14 December 2012
Summary: Very nice irons, had an old set of Mizuno's with a Titanium insert these feel similar to that set. They do not perform like a blade iron at all, very forgiving. With the Dynamic Gold SL Sensicore shaft, I get a nice medium to high ball flight.. Heads definitely have a forged/titanium hybrid feel.
Summary: DO NOT BE SCARED OF THESE BLADES!!! was hitting callaway razr x HL and the offset was causing a huge draw, switched to these and they are right on the money. This coming from a mid handicapper.
Summary: I knew going in that these were "players" clubs and I knew I liked the look of them. I have hit only the 5 iron since it is the off season, but I was hoping to see more how the shafts fits as opposed to the iron. I got these in a 5.0 project X and I thought they would play more like a regular but they feel more like a stiff, actually they cycle out at a stiff. All and all I like how they set up and look.