Summary: I recently bought a set of Mizuno's used on Ebay, MX-25 with set of three MP-T wedges. 51* 56* (sand) 60*. All with dyanmic gold wedge flex. Very accurate hitting, on fault, soft carbon steel, in Florida sand base courses they mark very easy, in fact small guges.
Summary: Absolutely butter...great feel around green and even better from fairway. The finish reduces glare and will eventually rust over time. This only adds even more bite and spin on the ball. Club is well balanced. I carry 52/6, 56/10, & 60/6. Love the 56 out of the sand - ball comes out nice and high.
Summary: I Am an avowed mizuno fan and think that their clubs are incomparable in terms of quality and function. I recently bought a 56/ 10 wedge and first time out hated it. This has never happened with a mizuno club before.
Summary: I have the 58 Gap and 52 Lob. Compared to the wedges in my Wilson Di9 set, these have a neater, more compact headshape which are a lot better to look at and give a feel good factor. I feel confident of opening up the face of the Lob and so far have been comfortable to play from fairway and rough.
Pros: Look and feel good. Good finish with no glare. I like the sole and feel confident of opening up the lob wedge.
Cons: Can't say I get a lot of spin but that's probably more my ability than the club.
Excerpt: i purchased a 58 degree last christmas as my lowest club was a pitching wedge. i imediatly noticed a huge improvement to my short game. also i was getting much more spin allowing me to attack more pins.
Excerpt: Great looking wedge that lies behind the ball lovely. Nice weight balance and very good around the green for delicate little chips. Very easy to play high lob shots , only problem is a big distancebetween sand wedge 56 and my r7 pitching wedge may need to buy a gap wedge