Summary: The description said the clubs had Winn 7 grips. They did but....only one of the six had the grip alligned correctly. Haven't hit them yet and maybe the cockeyed grips won't make a difference. But it was the grips that set this set apart from the other MP60's up for auction. Though I believe I got a fair price for this particular Mizuno design if I have to replace them all the reasonability of that price will go down.
Summary: I have used various styles of clubs to improve my game and confidence. The Mizuno MP-60 is very appealing and instills confidence at address of the ball. Off center shots are not as forgiving as I would like but the ball advances more than most when miss hit. If I played more than few times a month I believe these clubs would benefit game improvement in the long run. I am currently looking for something more forgiving and apt to aid in my miss fires.
Summary: One of the best looking clubs at address I've ever seen. mine are fairly well used but the grips (with the help of a little sandpaper) don't need to be changed for a number of rounds yet to come. These have fairly soft precision shafts (4) but play just fine. Maybe it's time for me to admit that, at my age, I need more forgiving equipment. I don't think that these particular clubs are just for the more accomplished player even though they're promoted as "blades"..