Tech Talk: Mizuno MP-64 Video and Pictures

by   |   September 25, 2012
Mizuno MP-64

From Mizuno:

The MP-64™ is the best feeling “player’s cavity” design that Mizuno has engineered. The full body Diamond Muscle design of the Grain Flow Forged® MP-64™ irons delivers increased forgiveness in the long irons and enhanced control in the scoring irons.

With feel and control as top priorities, Mizuno engineers relied heavily on the use of advanced simulation tools and input from Mizuno Staff Member Luke Donald in the development of the MP-64. Precise control of vibration frequencies through Mizuno’s Harmonic Impact Technology (HIT) paired with the utilization of the highest quality material (1025E Pure Select) in Mizuno’s patented Grain Flow Forging process ensure that MP-64’s players cavity design delivers the ultimate in soft, solid, and consistent feel. Additionally, the Diamond Muscle pad flows with varied cavity depths throughout the set resulting in easy to launch, controllable long irons and pin seeking scoring irons. If you’re looking for the ultimate in shot making ability, look no further than the MP-64.

Click here to read a full review of the MP-64s with more picturesand here for more discussion in the forums.

Click here to read a full review of the MP-64s with more pictures, and here for more discussion in the forums.

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2 Comments

  1. Tim

    October 5, 2012 at 3:38 pm

    Nice review there Zak. let me know if you need any other single digit handicappers to test out product. I can write full reviews as well, I’m currently a 1.9 GHIN index. Thanks, Tim

  2. Daniel

    September 26, 2012 at 9:24 am

    Great review!!!!

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