Summary: After learning how to play golf I decided it was time to buy some better clubs. So my husband got the Mizuno clubs for Christmas, I love them, it took a little time to get use to the 4 & 5 hybrids, but now I can get on the green on the second shot for birdie. These clubs are great.
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 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: I broke ninety twice in one week strictly because of these clubs. The four and five are hybrid and took minor getting used too. They(6thru gap) They are so smooth to hit and give confidence which is what it is all about.