Summary: Absolutely perfect is the only way I can describe these irons. If forged irons are what you like, try to find a set of these irons. I'm personally trying to find a couple of sets just to put back. They probably won't take the time to make irons like this anymore. Match the shaft to your swing a let it fly. Remember these clubs are to the heavy side of the swing weight.
Summary: I have hit several Mizuno's over the years, Ping's, Taylor Mades, etc. ..I play a set of Titliest ZB's presently, I have to say the Mizuno's are the best feeling clubs I have hit. Feature a very soft forged feel with excellent combination work ability and forgivness, amazing in my opinion..some complain about the blue sticker on the back of the iron, I prefer the look of the mx 200 over the older mx's, but does that really matter?
Summary: In one of the Mizuno Iron reviews the writer states how absolutely perfect a set of Mizuno's feel when you hit a golf shot, even slighly off center hits. I have to agree with him, I have had numerous sets of Mizuno's since the 1990's, but my favorites still remain the Tzoid and Tzoid Pro's....back then, basically the same club. I had to smile though, in this guy's review he said that he still hit the Taylor Made's a little further, maybe because the shaft was shorter.
Summary: Had a set of Mizuno MX-20`s which I foolishly sold, thinking some newer clubs would benefit me; as I`ve always struggled for distance with my irons. I was going to plump for some MX-800 pro irons, but was told by the pro I would find them too difficult to hit consistently. He persuaded me into a set of Taylor Made Burner 2`s, saying they would be more forgiving and give me the extra distance.
Summary: Did wonder about writing a review since these are now discontinued but there are a number of sets coming up on auction sites. Mine are stiff shafts, which professional review sites suggest is between a standard regular and stiff for most othercompanies. For once you are not going to see how many yards these clubs add to my game. If anything, perhaps I have lost up to 5 yards on average.
A Mizuno wedge makes a difference in my confidence and game . Great Club
7 April 2012
Summary: A sand wedge regular flex in the Mizuno MX 200 series is very difficuly to find . I feel fortunate to now own one . This particular club did not come with my set. What a difference to soft forged steel makes. Well balanced great feel. A well struck ball has a very distinct feel with these clubs. I have owned Big Berthas ( great clubs) and other name brands but I do appreciate the Mizunos the most.
Summary: Very happy with these clubs. I have always played blades, usually Titleist and Mizuno. Since I don't hit 500 practice balls a week any more, I needed something more forgiving and yet enabled me to manufacture a shot when I needed it. These clubs score high in both categories. I'm sorry I didn't put my ego in check sooner.
This was the perfect club for the older serious player!
7 February 2012
Summary: I couldn't have afforded these clubs at retail and therefore would not have had the pleasure of trying out graphite shafts for the first time in my 35 years of golf. The results have been incredible on both my joints and my local insignificant matches. Of course to you they might be insignificant, but to me winning a match, well, is winning a match.