Hi everybody. Donal here from Golfbidder.
I’m looking now at the Mizuno MP60 irons that came out in 2005. Well with Mizuno you can
be assured of quality. Mizuno say that there are their first cavity back, or cut muscle
cavity. but what you and I consider as a cavity nowadays, this really isn’t it, this is really
a blade. For the amount taken out the back here i could probably take out with my finger
nail. But the cut muscle cavity has been good for Mizuno. These clubs are for better players.
Players with consistent swings. Low handicappers. If you’re somebody who struggles wit their
swing, doesn’t swing the same way everyday then these aren’t for you. You might be thinking
you’d love to try them but really they’re not for you. For better players however the
grain flow forged metal on the is absolutely, beautifully soft and sweet. you won’t get
the ball speeds that you will with the big cavity back irons but would will get the feel
and you’ll get a more consistent hit every time. You’re not going to get one that fires
20 yards further than the next one like you do with some of the big cavity backs. So with
the MP60s if you are a Mizuno player you probably, if you’re looking at this, maybe own a set
of MP32s and you’ll find that with the MP60s that came out in 2005 there is a 10% larger
sweet spot on the face. The face is slightly larger. SO with Mizuno, another classic club.
For the better player. Also another thing to remember with these irons, or another thing
I found. This is the 6-iron and there is nothing scary about the lofts but the long irons do
fly high. They may not go as far like I said as some of the big, modern cavity backs but
they do fly high. Let me show you a for instance. Let me compare. That’s the MP60 and that’s
the G15 iron. See the difference between them? So it’s like chalk and cheese. That’s a cavity.
That’s not a cavity. So must be careful about it but if you’re a good player, low handicapper
then the MP60 irons from 2005 will never go out of Fashion. A fantastically soft better
player iron. Check out the MP60 range on Golfbidder.