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.
Summary: Had the clubs now for 2 yrs and still liking them...only issue is the swing weight. I need a D5 and they come stock as a D2, so make sure when fitted get the right swing weight. They hit straight and far when balanced correctly. Even off hits go straight…I recommend them!
Summary: Upon first glance these are just a beautiful set of irons. I switched from my TM RAC TP. Bought them from golfsmith and hit them decent, took them to the course and it was terrible, could not hit them to save my life, although on the occasional well struck shot I was still liking them, just not sure...
Summary: I love almost all about these irons, but I lost one club distance with the irons. I bought the clubs because of its raving reiviews and the way it looked. I went back to my Honma irons to get the distance back in my game.
Summary: I just tried these at the range. 3, 6, & 9 irons. I'll admit to miss hitting a couple of 3 irons but mostly these were wonderful feeling pretty easy to hit irons and seemed deadly accurate. Hard to tell distance at the range.
Summary: Beatiful irons felt in love with it once i hit it. Bought the iron within 15 minutes no question the best feel irons i have ever hit. Comming from Ping I10 makes a big different. Only one thing about MP58 lost about 3-5 yards on 3 iron to 7 iron.
Conclusion: I have used cast clubs all my life, recently changed to forged Mizunos after all the good reviews I have read the last years. Men. what a difference. great feel on good shots, this are some good looking golf clubs that perform as they should.