Summary: Really great irons. I had good control over the ball flight right off with all of the clubs (3-pw). Better control than my previous set, Bridgestone J33s. They feel really sweet when struck on center and not too harsh when struck off center. The long irons were easier to hit than the J33s.
Summary: Had been using very old Callaway X-14's. For me, 2nd hand clubs at my level when I started was fine. Most of what callaway makes is decent in my opinion. I felt the 14's were a tad short distance wise. Just test played the MP62's. Wow!! Already put them on hold and will pick them up this week.
Summary: I switched back to Mizuno Irons very early in the season this year and I'm very glad I did! The MP62 is a true players iron set� in my opinion. For many years I've played with my trusty old MP33 and lugged it all over the globe on my golf holidays.
Summary: If you like clubs which promote feel these clubs are for you. Even on off center strikes the clubs tend to be more forgiving than other player clubs I've tried in the past, most notably the Callaway X20 Tours and Mizuno MP 57's.
Summary: I've been playing Mizuno MX-900 irons for the past five years shooting in the low 80s. These are excellent irons with very good feel (they're forged) and super forgiveness. I have been thinking for awhile about moving to the MP series to force my game back into the 70s on a consistent basis.
Summary: The aesthetics of this set are astounding; not quite as breathtaking as the MP33 or the 690MB, but it is one gorgeous iron. Hard to differentiate from a blade at address. A little on the heavy side - haven't weighed them, but I'm guessing stock is D3 or D4.
Summary: I bought these irons on the basis of my good friend , who swears by Mizuno . I found that I am hitting a lot of shanks and only getting maybe 130 yards from the 3 iron , albeit straight into the wind . I have a natural power fade on all shots but recently this has turned into a wicked slice .
Summary: Easily the best irons I have ever hit. They have that classic look that instills confidence when you look down at them. I went from the Callaway X-4 Forged and into the newest TaylorMade has to offer, the R9 TP's (Which are horrible)and finally went to the Mizuno MP 62's.
Summary: I played with eye 2's for 20 years and decided to up the ante. My ball striking has always been good and I subscribed to the argument that a less forgiving club would make me concentrate on even better ball striking. These clubs ROCK! The feel compared to my Ping's is substantial.