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PostSubject: My Best experirence on Mizuno’s Mp-68 Irons   Wed May 16, 2012 10:51 pm

The cheap Mizuno Mp-68 Irons are the best I've ever used. I just picked them up from a cheap golf clubs shop, and I'm throughly impressed. I hit every Iron solid, and was able to draw/fade each club on command. By far the best and most forgiving MP Blade Iron that I've ever used. There a must buy for Golfers that perfer blades.

Upon first look the MP-68 Irons are just another set of blades from Mizuno. 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. They combine that awesome feeling with stunningly simple looks. These things are just a given from Mizuno.

The cheap Mizuno MP-58 Irons have a much thinner sole and top line than the older MP-57 model aimed at enhancing forgiveness for the player by keeping the centre of gravity close to the clubface whilst the beveled sole and flattened mid sole improve ball contact at impact. The head size of the Mizuino MP-68 is also a little bit smaller than the MP-57 but the half cavity design actually delivers a 10% increase in MOI.

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