What we say...
First Hit October 2013
The MP-54 irons have longer blade lengths, thicker top lines, more offset and a wider sole to give amateurs that forgiveness and help they crave. 16 grams of weight has been removed from the cavities of the long irons and positioned in the extremities to improve launch and forgiveness.
If the MP-4s are just too knife-like for your game, take a look at the new MP-54s. They are made to make a shot-maker out of players who need just a little forgiveness. Like the MP-4s, they are forged, but with a compact cavityback that should translate into more ball speed.
The deep “milled pocket cavity” (3-7 iron) delivers stability from off-centre hits, while Mizuno says a heavily-bevelled sole ensures cleaner turf interaction and “the workability to take your ball striking to the next level”.
The pure feel of Mizuno’s one-piece forged carbon steel construction is heightened through a “step muscle” design, which retains thickness behind impact. A modified “hosel blend” creates the illusion of less offset for greater left/right workability.
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I've had these irons not even a year and I play so well with them, the workability off of them is great, I can really 'sling' the ball when I need to. The feel and feedback is unreal when you strike it, it feels like you're hitting a pillow. with the long irons (7-3) it looks like a blade, yet it has a cut thru cavity. they have brought me so much success, I look forward to this season with them.
Easy to Hit great Mizuno feel, excellent shot shaping ability for those with lower handicaps, looks are fantastic, the irons give you confidence when standing over ball, If you are a mid-low handicapper looking to upgrade from a more forgiving set then go for these.