Summary: great club replaced my 3, 4 ,5 irons as I wasn't able to hit them with any consistency. easy to hit out of the rough or fairway, great club for the mid to high handicap player with the stock graphite shaft.
Summary: Another great hybird from Mizuno!! I've been playing Mizunos for 8+ years and they just keep getting better and better! The MP CLK has a very nice mid ball flight. Hitting it off the ground is just like hitting it off a tee. You can work it both way with no problem or you can just hit it stright.
Summary: I love the smallish head size. It allows me to work the ball extremely well. I thought the high trajectory was going to be a problem but this club flies into a strong head wind with major distance. The feel could be slightly better but good for its performance.
Summary: Solid Rescue. Great workability with the head. Good lines as you look down on the head. Fubuku shaft works great on fairway and rescue clubs. The ball jumps from the club when its hit hard. Excellent distance control and accuracy on a consistent basis.
Conclusion: "Tour Ready" possibly means the face is square or slightly open, rather than closed like so many game-improvement hybrids. Several months ago I test hit the Callaway Edge Tour and Adams Pro Black hybrids at a demo day. Just by chance, the mfg reps has some of each in regular shaft.
Conclusion: When I first purchased this Hybrid, I was a bit disappointed with how it felt. However, I gave it a chance and after a couple of moths or so, I have come to absolutely love the club. Other people have had similar feeling which, leads me to believe that this club is one that grows on people.
Summary: Since I live in Texas I can play every day, so I do. I am about a 6 handicap. This is the first Mizuno hybrid I have tried, I bought it because I love my MP 60 irons. This MP CLK 23* is solid, straight, and easy to hit. It is so long that it is almost too damn long.