buttery feel with Mizuno MP-69 Irons
The Mizuno MP-69 Irons are modern take on classic blades, but with as much forgiveness as this style of iron will allow. The concave muscle back on the rear of the blade is a larger then you would expect, but it really adds forgiveness without losing any of the visual appeal or performance of a blade. Anything slightly off-centre still maintains the feel and flight of a centre hit, although you will know about it if you really mis-hit it. The centre of gravity changes through the set to give a higher flight on the longer irons and this does make them a little more playable. As you go down to the short irons the feel and flight are excellent, although the progressively shorter heads start to get a little on the compact side by the time you get to the wedge. I also had the lie tested and had mine adjusted to 2* upright. If you are improving your game and have never played with a set of blades before I would at least demo some. I prefer the MP-69's only because I am used to playing similar irons, but Mizuno has other more forgiving forged clubs. The MP-69's are expensive, so maybe a prior year model would give you a better bang for your hard earned dollar. This is just one old man's opinion. Enjoy the game.
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