There’s no doubt the gap between better player and game improver irons is closing these days as clubs become more workable and more forgiving. The new Mizuno MX-300 irons are a prime example of this.
Built to replace the MX-200 irons, the MX-300 range is designed to offer similar levels of feel and workability to Mizuno’s MP irons (for better players) but with all the performance benefits of the game-improving MX line.
The result is a club that can be used by game improvers and single-figure handicappers alike. A bold claim indeed.
To test it out TG Equipment Editor David Connor was joined on the range by Features Writer Kit Alexander. You can see their thoughts in the video below.