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Mizuno MP-H5, MP-15 irons and MP-T5 wedges
For decades, better players have fawned over Mizuno’s MP line of forged irons, while mid-to-high handicappers covered their eyes, but still looked through the creases in their fingers. The new MP-H5 and MP-15 irons still don’t invite...
- Posted 144 days ago
Spotted: Mizuno’s new 2015 MP irons and wedges
Photos of Mizuno’s new line of MP forged irons and wedges have been unveiled to the public via Mizuno’s Facebook page for The Open Championship. Mizuno didn’t reveal much about the new technology in its clubs, which look...
- Posted 157 days ago
Review: Mizuno JPX-EZ Forged Irons
Pros: The JPX-EZ Forged irons are larger than Mizuno’s popular MP series irons, but they’re made with the same “Grain Flow” forging process and have a similar buttery soft feel. The distance consistency of the irons is...
- Posted 418 days ago
2014 Mizuno JPX-EZ Forged and JPX-EZ irons spotted
Mizuno’s new JPX-EZ and JPX-EX Forged irons are a departure from the company’s traditional chrome and satin-finished irons. They have a black-nickel plating that gives the irons a dark finish, and bursts of bright orange in the...
- Posted 492 days ago
What brand would you play?
In a famous lecture by Alan Watts, a British writer and philosopher (among other things), he asks his audience “What would you do if money were no object.” His question was posed to invoke deep spiritual thoughts...
- Posted 506 days ago
Tech Talk: Mizuno MP-4 and MP-54 irons
Something happens to golfers when they see a forged muscle back iron, golf’s smallest, least forgiving type of iron that only a small percentage of golfers have the talent to use effectively. The response is similar to...
- Posted 510 days ago
First Look: New Mizuno MP-4 and MP-54 irons
This week, Mizuno has slowly been leaking out photos of its new MP-4 and MP-54 irons through its Facebook page. We won’t be getting details on the design of the irons until closer to the end of...
- Posted 522 days ago
Mizuno’s 2013 Iron Lineup: Function and Feel
Mizuno makes a full line of golf equipment, but the company is best known in the golf world for its premium irons. Most of the buzz comes from Mizuno’s compact forged irons that are popular with tour...
- Posted 603 days ago
Best Wedges 2013: Editors’ Choice
Contrary to popular belief, the best wedges aren’t the ones that spin the most. According to legendary wedge designer Bob Vokey, the most important part of finding the right wedge is finding the right sole configuration, which can be the...
- Posted 624 days ago
Mizuno Golf selects GolfWRXer for new campaign
Lee Baughman, who Mizuno described in a press release as an “absolutely average player” from Pittsburgh, has been named as the first member of Mizuno Golf’s “Play Famously” campaign team. Baughman, 30, said he found out about...
- Posted 649 days ago
2013 Mizuno JPX-825 Driver, Fairway woods & Hybrids
JPX-825 Driver The Mizuno JPX-825 driver provides higher ball speeds and lower spin than the company’s previous driver, the MP-650, according to a Mizuno press release. The driver is constructed with a new chemical etching process that...
- Posted 761 days ago
Are hybrids on the way out?
By Chris Nickel GolfWRX Contributor Archilochus said “The fox knows many things, but the hedgehog knows one big thing.” Sometimes you want a fox and sometimes you want a hedgehog. Sometimes you’re not sure, so you want...
- Posted 766 days ago
How to build an intimidating bag of clubs
It’s said that scratch golfers are among the top 1 percent of golfers worldwide. They are the Sasquatches of the golf world — often heard about, but seldom seen or played with. Some people think you can...
- Posted 772 days ago
Review: Mizuno JPX-825 Pro Irons
Pros: Classy, satin-like finish. Fantastic forged feel. Scoring irons are have thinner toplines than previous JPX series. Excellent forgiveness for their size and better-than-average playability. Versatile triple-cut sole design. Cons: Not a distance iron. Long irons do not...
- Posted 772 days ago
Separating life and golf clubs
By Brian Chipper GolfWRX Contributor Fellow Golf WRX’ers, after the golf club carousel I went through this year, I can say I am content and will stick to my current bag for the years to come. Maybe....
- Posted 780 days ago
Mizuno MP-T4 Wedges Review
Pros: With input from the one of the games most precise wedge players, Luke Donald, Mizuno has designed a tear-shaped wedge from 1025E “pure select” mild carbon steel — and incorporated its patented Quad Cut Grooves. The results...
- Posted 780 days ago
Mizuno MP-64 Irons Review
Review by: J13 – Updated 1-17-2013 Pros: Mizuno has hit a home run with these irons. I can’t stress it enough that along with Luke Donald’s help, Mizuno has taken a page out of the old play book...
- Posted 808 days ago
Tech Talk: Mizuno MP-64 Video and Pictures
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...
- Posted 816 days ago
FIRST LOOK: Mizuno JPX-825 Drivers, Fairway Woods & Hybrids
GolfWRX captured these pictures of the new Mizuno 825 Drivers, Fairways and Hybrids at The Black Course prior to The Barclays. Let us know what you think. JOIN THE DISCUSSION HERE
- Posted 850 days ago
Luke Donald testing the Mizuno MP-64′s on the range at The Barclays
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...
- Posted 851 days ago
New Mizuno MP-A Series Putters First look
New Mizuno MP-A Putters discussion According to the Mizuno forums… the black IP finish will set them apart from the T-Series. Plus a new top edge bevel, that we’ve painted in as a subtle alignment aid. Forged...
- Posted 873 days ago
2012 Mizuno MP-64 & MP-H4 Irons, MP-T4 Wedges IN HAND PICS!
2012 (13) Mizuno MP-64 Irons, MP-H4 Irons and MP-T4 Wedges spotted!!! We have exclusive photos of the new Mizuno lines for 2013. Click here to see more photos and read the discussion in the forums MP-64 Forged...
- Posted 886 days ago
New Mizuno Line Spotted
First seen!!! MP-64 and MP H4 Irons GolfWRX members have spotted what could be the new Mizuno line MP-64 and newly created MP-H4 irons. This is a first look at the newly created MP H4 irons. Looks...
- Posted 899 days ago
Brand loyalty — why do we use the clubs we do?
By Graeme McLeish GolfWRX Contributor The Year is 1998 and time for the annual family holiday. We are going back to Florida, but not to our usual spot. This time we are staying at Marriott’s Grande Vista...
- Posted 924 days ago
Mizuno JPX-800HD Iron Review
by tbowles441 GolfWRX and Mizuno deserve a bunch of thanks for allowing me to play and review a bit more than I thought. Mizuno was gracious enough to review not only their JPX 800 HD irons, but also...
- Posted 932 days ago
Mizuno MP-59 Editor Review
Review by GolfWRX Editor Chisag PROS: With their thin topline and minimal offset, the MP59′s are one of the best looking irons in the address position on the market, if you like the look of a traditional...
- Posted 941 days ago
Mizuno MP-69 Irons Review
by floyd Introduction: This in my non-biased review of the Mizuno MP-69s. First I must say that I have played Mizuno blades on and off for many years. I have played the MS/MP-9s, MP-11s. MP-14s, MP-29s, MP-33s,...
- Posted 944 days ago
Mizuno Performance Fitting System
By Rob Miller GolfWRX Staff In golf, the name Mizuno is synonymous with great irons. Chances are we all know a player – and probably a good one – that gamed ‘Mizzys’ growing up and hasn’t switched...
- Posted 947 days ago
Mizuno JPX-800 Irons Review
by golden hawk Reviewed: Mizuno JPX-800 Irons, 4 to GW, Project X 5.0 Shafts About Me: I am 41 years old, playing to a 15~16 HC. I get out about twice a month during the golfing season....
- Posted 953 days ago