Conclusion: I play the MP-58's. I bought them when they first came out in the fall of '09. As a Mid-Handicapper, they are foregiving enough to allow mistakes, yet club enough that they make me work on my game. Very soft feel when you hit them dead center.
Conclusion: My trainer told me "but why do you really wanna play with so hard irons ?". The answer is: with my Mizuno Mp58s I've reached a thought think very very good. A better feeling never got before. Much more easy to use than you believe. Your review is perfect. And my handicap is falling down.
Conclusion: I have now played my MP-58s for four rounds and about a dozen practice buckets. I was hitting Mizuno MX-300's for about 6 months prior to purchasing the MP-58s. Honestly there was a lot of fear about going to more of a blade like golf club compared to the GI MX-300s. I am about a 15 handicap.
Conclusion: I went to the range and was hitting the Taylormade r9 tp, Callaway Diabilo Forged, and the Mizuno mp-58. I was averaging 165 using the 6 iron. I was averaging 185 with the Mizuno mp58. These clubs are have my vote.
Conclusion: I just got back from the range with my new MP-58s and I was very, very impressed. The range balls I was hitting were Nike Practice rocks and these things ate them up. I've spent the last few months going back and forth between the Titleist MB/CB, and the Mizuno MP-58/68.
Conclusion: I've played a few rounds with my MP58's and I absolutely love them. For a semi blade it is surprisingly forgiving. I have the KBS tour shafts on them and I love the lower ball flight of the longer irons where the mid and short irons provide an ample amount of spin on the ball where you can hit low...
Conclusion: I am a lefty and very disappointed that Mizuno didn't make the MP 58 in left hand. I don't know what large corporation would do such a drastic thing. I hit MP 57's and absolutely love them. I wasn't a fan of high end irons and never have been until I hit the MP 57.
Conclusion: Hello and thank you for the review, I have owned two sets of Mizuno's in the past (MX-23 and MX-25). I have become a better play and desided to trade a different brand, bad idea. I am back in the club. After attending two demo day and hitting every thing out there, I decided to buy a set of MP-58s.
Conclusion: I was a Mizzy guy for years: MX23, MP57, MX200. But than I discovered Srixon irons. Today I play Srixon 701 Tours. They are smoother and more solid than any Mizuno I have hit so far. Spin milled face throughout the set, 6 times forging (in Japan not China!
Conclusion: I have been playing Mizuno irons since 1997. My first set were T-Zoid Pro II. Last year I bought the MP 57 and just recently purchased the MP 58s and played them for the first time yesterday. I prefer the look, set up and feel of Mizuno irons. The feel is sensational.