Summary: Happy so far with these irons. They are for high handicappers, like me, about 20, and do seem easier to hit than my old ones. The hybrid-y 4 and 5 have been useless to me so far, but I haven't had much of a chance to hit them. Oddly, practice is required in golf.
Summary: I was looking for a set with hybrids and lighter weight graphite shafts and I got that. I miss the three hybrid from my former set but I gained a gap wedge. It might be my imagination but I seem to be 5-10 yards longer with my short irons.
Summary: I purchased this product because of it's name.I had a couple of set's before and they did not disappoint and the same applies with those clubs.What i think is so special is the hybrid no4 and no 5 they are vary easy to strike and if you like playing your woods like i do you will love these.The irons...
Quite pleased with the Mizuno MX 100's during limited early use.
10 November 2011
Summary: Bought to upgrade to more modern irons. My old irons were 1990 technology. I am impressed with Mizuno quality, clubhead design and shaft flex. I have no complaints with the clubs at this time. The weather here (WV) has limited my play time. I like the clubs but may go for graphite shafts next time.
Summary: These irons are the most forgiving set Iv'e had to date. Great feel and balance. Love the grips and look of the clubs. Especialy love the 4 and 5 hybreds. Never had much success with a 4 iron and find the hybred much easier to use.
Summary: They look good. They feel good. They play good. They are definitely the best clubs I have ever played.Therefore, I wil highly recommend these clubs for all players especially high handicappers,