Luke Donald testing the Mizuno MP-64′s on the range at The Barclays

by   |   August 21, 2012
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Luke Donald testing the Mizuno MP-64′s on the range at the Barclays. shocking to see him testing during the playoffs but also a testament to Mizuno. The new MP-64 that is a players cavity back iron. This is to replace the MP-63 that were very popular.

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4 Comments

  1. John Brotherton

    October 19, 2012 at 5:07 pm

    I agree with Sean in that the 63s are bit underrated. I have been playing them for a few months and the 64s look like shovels in comparison. The 64s are great irons though. I don’t think Mizuno makes any bads irons, now they just need to work on those woods.

  2. Brian Cass

    August 23, 2012 at 11:51 am

    Agree with Sean’s post above. I hit the 59′s and thought they were inferior to the 63′s.

    These 64′s look very nice for sure.

  3. Name (required)

    August 23, 2012 at 11:24 am

    I wish Mizuno would get rid of that ugly roadrunner logo. These are better looking irons from their previous new offerings but still somewhat ugly none the less. They should go back to the looks of their old school irons like MP-29′s, MP-14′s, and cavity backs like the MP-60′s.

  4. SEAN_MILLER

    August 21, 2012 at 7:56 pm

    Much better from Mizuno – I know the internet is all gaga over the MP59s but I find (found) them to be extremely over rated and very GI looking. These look more like the underrated (imho) 63s which is a good thing.

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