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.
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.
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.
Summary: There's a HUGE misnomer about what players should play what irons. High handicappers should steer away from blades, good players should only play blades....blah blah blah. I believe that a player should play what he's most comfortable with, for me, that's a blade.
Summary: If you are a low handicapper you will find that the Mizuno MP-67 irons give you consistent distance, lots of spin and shot shaping control. Another reason why these irons are meant for single-figure handicappers is that they are blades with a small sweet spot.
Summary: I started playing the Mizuno mp33 about 8 years ago with a 25 handicap. It did not take long to learn that the center of the clubface is the only way to hit a good shot. After tuning in my swing and lots of practice, 3 years, I was down to a 16 handicap.
Summary: mizuno MPs are classics the minute they arrive on the scene. each plays well but a bit differently..MP32 a bit more forgiving and long --lots of accuracy MP 33 the benchmark but for some like me the Dynamic gold r is a better shaft. MP37 not comfortable with it yet..
Summary: To famousdavis: Mizuno>Ping anytime Playing these currently, 3-PW with XS Project X shafts. Excellent blades that allow for shotmaking capabilities. A great finesse club, and highly responsive off the face, with a soft touch.