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Thanks for taking the time to read my Mizuno MP 53 Ironsreviews, as I hope I can give you some insight and assistance on you future possible purchase of Mizuno MP 53 Irons
clubs. Just for some background information so that you know what kind of golfer is testing these, here is my profile- I am 6 feet tall, 250 lbs; I have a 110 MPH club speed, and I have a steep downswing towards impact. I play blades for my own personal set, and I am a 5 handicap. I play standard loft, lie and length, with xstiff shafts in all of my clubs. I am now using a Levitee Glove, and if you haven??t tried one of these then you re literally leaving easy strokes and consistency out of your game. So without further adieu, here are my thoughts on the Mizuno MP 53 Irons.
When walking through a golf store, the Discount Mizuno MP 53 Irons are not the first set that will catch my eye, but they could definitely be the second. The profile of the MP 53 is one that any amateur could enjoy looking down and hitting because of the design to look like a players club. My only issues with the MP 53 head are the size of the head and the thicker topline. I am biased on the top line though, as I am a blade enthusiast. In regards to the club head size, bigger head means more forgiving on the off-center shots. The MP 53 are a sharp looking set of clubs.
Playability- Honestly, I was expecting more than I got here. With the size of the Mizuno MP 53 Irons For sale, I was expecting a large face area that would be soft all over the face, but I don??t believe these irons actually have it. When struck well, the iron feel great, just as they should, but mishits are where feel really counts. I was playing with some Xstiff C-tapers and on thin shots are where I had the biggest issue. Some vibration could definitely be felt, which is what would shy me away. On the contrary, when hit fat, the club still felt like it was hitting solidly, which for many amateurs is a plus.
One of the main points that excelled with here in these Cheap MP 53 is the thin face to create more ballspeed at impact. When compared to my Irons, ball speed was 4 mph faster with the MP 53; which for people who don??t flip their wrists at impact like me would see some added distance, all the ball speed did for my game was create more spin. If you are a high ball flight golfer, and one who uses a lot of wrist through impact, I would not recommend these MP 53??s for you. The Inverted Cone Technology seemed to be accurate in its efforts to widen the sweet spot on the face, since I wasn??t losing major yardage when hitting balls off of the heel and toe of the club. It still didn??t feel as well off of these mishits as I would have liked though. The sound of these Mizuno MP 53 Irons is very pure through impact as well. There is nothing better to boost some confidence than hearing that PGA compression on your own shot!
Final grade- Overall, I did enjoy these Discount Mizuno MP 53 Irons For Sale, but I??m not salivating at the chance to jump on and grab a set. For someone who is around a 10-15 handicap, I think you could play these. The Mizuno MP 53 Irons are more of a players club than the Mizuno MP 53 Irons, which is very forgiving and promotes a high launch. The Mizuno MP 53 Irons on the other hand are less forgiving and are promoting fast ball speeds. As with any clubs, I recommend you try anything before you buy. You never know which clubs will fit your game the best.
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