Our Review:Iron design hinges on metallurgy and manufacturing, but at some point the engineering has to match the aesthetic. With an increase in tour use in recent years, Mizuno has used player feedback to drive the design of this iron. That meant a thinner topline with a slight bevel. This allows more weight to be added in the toe and the sole, providing more forgiveness than a typical players iron—something golfers of all levels can appreciate. Read more >>
Specs: 7-iron: 34 degrees; PW: 46 degrees
Price: $150 (per iron)
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
lowAn ideal head shape: The topline is thin without being intimidating. Center hits had a luscious feel.
midThese are going to get a lot of single-digit love. They have a traditional blade look. Not a lot of bells and whistles. About as pure a look as you'll see in this modern era.
midZero effects from turf interaction. They cushion the ball perfectly making for an excellent feel.