I was not able to get good contact with the Mizuno RSeries 52 degree.
2 July 2013
Summary: First off, I am a 5 handicapper and I use an older set of Mizuno T-Zoid irons Pro II that I love. Now the reason I bought the Mizuno Rseries 52 degree gap wedge was because I thought it would give me a more precise option for chipping and more accurate 110 to 120 yardage shots, depending on conditions. I tried it and for some strange reason it did not work out for me either way.
Highly recommend this club for intermediates golfers looking to improve
10 September 2012
Summary: Good balance, spin, and lob angle. Comfortable club that delivers confidence around the green. I got this club to fill a gap in my clubs, I only had 48 and 52 degree wedges. With proper technique this club hits consistently...I'm still working to get that proper technique part down.
Summary: I own the 52', 54' and 58' MP-R Chrome wedge. The clubs are very accurate, with a nice soft feel at impact. I agree with one of the previous reviews stating that the lenght of the clubs is limited (70 meters with the 52') so there is a big gap from the PW (in my case a Mizuno MX-950).
Summary: I bought the Mizuno MP-R 52 degree wedge basically as an experiment. I was considering droping the 3 iron out of my bag and going to a four wedge make up. As a result I was looking for a club thats full yardage would fit between my 48 degree PW and my 56 degree SW. What I found was this Mizuno 52 wasn't flying any farther than my 56, it also tended to knuckel ball on me. Consequently I ruled it out and am currently sticking with my original make up.