Summary: TO PUT IT SIMPLE, THE CLUB IS AWESOME. i HADNT OWNED ANYTHING FROM MIZUNO BEFORE, BUT I WILL FROM NOW ON. THIS CLUB REALLY FLOWS WELL THROUGH A SWING AND HAS HELPED ME OUT ON DRIVING DISTANCE.
Summary: I bought this club because I had hit one that a friend of mine owned at my club and I loved the results. I had been hitting a stiff shafted Taylor-Made R9 and switched to the Mizuno with a Fujikura E-150 regular flex shaft. The correct shaft is what makes the right club for you.
Summary: This is the most forgiving driver I have ever hit. Miss hits, off center bad swings yield a playable ball. Loud report on impact not as bad as they say. Lovely crafted club, quality through and through. Came from a Taylormade R7 which was very unstable in comparison. Now I can full swing the driver for the long ball again.
Summary: I had been researching this club since I had previously purchased a Mizuno hybrid 3-iron which is extremely forgiving. The Mizuno MX 560 is very similar in design to the hybrid and all of the reviews I had read seemed to praise the driver's value. Upon playing with the club, it has exceeded my expectations. It is very forgiving and much longer than the Nike Sumo I had been playing. Ball stiking does elicit a loud "smack" akin to hitting a baseball with an aluminum bat.
Summary: I really like the power this club delivers. It is very easy to hit, and the ball flight is middle/high without any ballooning. It is in my bag in place of all the Adams, Cobras, Taylormades, Titleists, and other stuff I have tried to live with.
Summary: I got myself one last fall, 9.5° with the stock Exsar DS3 shaft in stiff flex (considering swing speed I´m kinda in between regular and stiff). Considering the sound - well... if you´re standing in an enclosed driving range it will seem a little loud, but you get used to that. Now that I´ve played the first rounds on the course my first impression has come true: _awesome_ club. First driver I´ve managed to hit consistently, it´s really(!