Summary: Being a blade old Wilson Staff's player since the mid 70's, I purchased a set of MX series on Ebay, really they looked like a shovel in my hands. My swing speed has dropped about 25 mph from my younger days but I still like the thin lines of a blade. I then bought MP 60's again on Ebay and the were tweeked to my liking. I really love them, but now I have R-Flex instead of S400's.
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: I purchased a set used on Ebay, very nice looking club, hits well, and you can work the ball great. I had a 35 Yr old set of Wilson irons which I still have, and the chrome on the Wilson's lasted much longer. I don't hit balls daily maybe 100 rounds per year. The Mizuno's have quite a bit of brush burn and browning for clubs made in the past 10 years or less. I only switched because I wanted a softer shaft and I had read all the rave's about Mizuno.
Summary: I am a 7 handicap playing for 20 years. I have MP-67's and love them but was looking for a know around set of irons to test new shafts. I was not with the Dyna Gold shafts that come standard with MP-60's so I put in some ProjectX high launch. Now I have to say this is the greatest setup I have ever hit. Now I find myself playing these irons more than my 67's. The 60's give you that extra little forgiveness and it makes such a difference.
Summary: Second time around with MP60s. Got a great deal so I jumped on them! Bought a set of MP-57 for extra forgiveness. Didn't like the offset. MP60 looks like a blade but some forgiveness. You have to put a good swing on them! I like the look when in playing position. 3 and 4 irons can be hard to hit. I enjoy them.
Summary: These are nice irons, but a go a little higher than I like. In my opinion, the MP 30 is a better option if you are looking for a player's cavity iron. Bottom line, you can't go wrong with Mizuno irons, but if you like to flight it low, these probably are not for you.
Summary: I've bought this set of Mizuno mp 60 club. Took them to the range. Felt really great as they say about these club. I will have to adjust the lie angle. Although these clubs were supposed to have standard lie angles, they seems a little upright.