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Mizuno MP 63 
By halelucy on Dec 19, 2012 06:13 AM
Mizuno mp-63 irons Mizuno is targeting reduce handicaps using the Mizuno MP 63. inside the crowded MP line, the 63s occupy the slot in between last year's MP-68 (Mizuno's present "tour blade") as well as the MP-58 (which promises only a little increased start and slightly very much more forgiving option). another new MP iron, the 53 provides probably the most help inside the MP line, with even increased start and very much more forgiveness. With 4 present MP models, Mizuno provides very much more options for much better game fanatics than most other manufacturers.

Mizuno mp-58 irons While developing the MP-63s, Mizuno tapped their tour team to blindly try out various new concepts. The winner, reportedly unanimously, was the "Diamond Muscle" design, the latest in the line of "muscle" themes Mizuno has used in recent years, beginning with the Cut Muscle clubs, continued with the Dual Muscle MP-52 and 62, and last year's Dual Muscle Titanium MP-58 and 68.

Cheap mp-68 irons The sole of the Mizuno MP-63 Irons includes the visible 360 grind on the trailing edge for precise turf interaction that delivers complete shot versatility. Mizuno's first ever reverse flow within the set, means the 63's longer irons are larger than the very compact short irons - ensuring a new balance of forgiveness and precision. The MP-63 is Grain Flow Forged at Mizuno's exclusive Hiroshima facility for exceptional feel and distance control.

Cheap Golf Clubs The design goal of the Mizuno MP-63 Irons were to retain the iconic head profile (head size, top line, offset, sole width), which Mizuno is known for and also prolific on the world's professional tours, and make an improvement in feel and versatility. They have been forging these things forever, or so it seems. The grain-flow forged heads always offer the softest feeling shots of any club on the market.
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