Summary: I've read many reviews stating "requires consistent swing". My first set was the Hogan Apex II and it has made it impossible for me to hit a Cavity better than a blade. There was a time when all clubs were like the MP 67.
Summary: I find these irons to be classic in blade design. The feel at impact when struck pure, is a golfer's dream. This set of irons does require a consistent swing. Sloppy mechanics will just find these irons to be very unforgiving.
Someone who switched from cavity-back to blades, an encouraging review
4 April 2012
Summary: Before I purchased these blade irons 2 months ago, my only other experience was 10yrs with cavity-back irons. I did hours of research on the differences between the two, and decided to give blades a shot.
Summary: I am 52 years old with a 7 handicap. I had been playing with the mizuno mp52 irons. I wasn't sure if I was good enough to hit these. I went to the range after recieveing them a quickly realized that these are a great iron. I could hit them and they felt great. I took them to the course and shot 72.
Summary: These were for my 12 y/o son, upon receiving the club I was worried - they were heavy - with a rifle flighted 6.5 (X-stiff shaft) . My son started to hit with the 9 and wow - how easy it was for him to draw and fade the ball then picked up the 6 iron- ball flight was a beauty!!!! Excellent club.
Summary: I find these irons to be classic in blade design. The feel at impact when struck pure, is a golfer's dream. That "Bagger Vance" feel after impact, the music in the back of the mind, in a moment of time in which, the world stands still as the only focus is the ball flight...yes, its that niiiice.
Forget those Cavity-Backs Guys, this is the Real Deal!
19 June 2011
Summary: Well, after playing 15 rounds or so with these irons it's clear to see why Mizuno is tops in golf. I'm a 52-Yr old, 7 Hcp and can't believe the response I get from these irons, WOW! Controled fade or draw, no problem. I never hit a 3-iron so consistently.
Summary: I play a Mizuno mp32 after a spell with some Callaways and Hogan Apexs b4 that. I loved the MP32's, but they were pretty worn. The MP67 is similar but not quite as forgiving as the MP32. However, I like the sweet spot feel better on the MP67.