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By maomao12 on Aug 28, 2012 03:42 AM
Mizuno has been churning out great forged clubs for years now and has earned a reputation for creating beautiful looking, soft feeling quality irons that retain their quality long after the hype has passed. Mizuno MX-300 Irons is one of these golf clubs.

The Mizuno MX-300 has a small cavity back adorned with simple black and silver graphics and looks neat and classy. The topline is pretty thin but thereís a bit of width there to stop your teeth chattering as you address it. It looks like just what it is, an iron that isnít quite a blade or muscleback nor a chunky game improvement iron.

The lofts are strong for distance junkies but the head contains Mizunoís Y-Tune technology that helps lessen the drop off in performance from toe end hits. You can see from the picture how that Y shaped bar runs across the back of the Mizuno MX300 and separates into the arms of the Y toward the toe.

The head of the new Mizuno MX-300 irons sale Specifications more traditional iron appearance with minimal progressive offset - a leader of the compact dimensions of width to reduce the appearance of a pattern of aggressive players. The milled pocket cavity is divided 12 grams of low weight and high market penetration begins in the evening, while the scoring irons, an energy bar design company for the maximum utilization of feelings and a fixed axis of attack command .

Actually, the MX-300 irons are the perfect weapon for players who want a mix of emotions, forgiveness and ball control.

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By jin1234i on Oct 12, 2012 10:21 AM
Mizuno has been churning out great forged clubs for years now and has earned a reputation for creating beautiful looking .



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