The MX-300 was designed for players looking for the assistance of Mizuno’s undercut cavity design and solid Grain Flow Forged feel – without the shotmaking constraints of normal cavity offset and sole width. |
With address dimensions (top line, sole width, face size) falling squarely between the MP-52 and MX-200, and offset closer to MP characteristics , the new Mizuno MX-300 Irons offers a more solid feel and greater workability than any other iron in the MX line.
The full cavity utilized in the MX-300 irons also contains a reconfigured Y-TUNE Pro technology for enhanced feel and flight control. The milled pocket cavity (3-7) redistributes 12 grams of weight low and deep to provide a high penetrating launch, while the scoring irons (8-PW) utilize a solid power bar design for greater workability.
The sole of the MX-300 irons is dual cambered to minimize turf drag and digging through impact.
I got these clubs last week after believing my game was ready to move on from the MX-19's. All i can say is WOW. What a superb club, some forgiveness in the longer irons, but you have to be able to consistently strike the ball well. The shorter irons are like butter. I now hit my 6 irons 185yds, which is 20yds longer than the MX-19's. I have Golf Pride multi compound grips fitted, purely for personal preference for when it’s raining.
If you shoot in the 80's or even low 90's these clubs could very well be for you. I have steel shaft 1 down from stiff as i swing quite strongly, the ball flight is quite high and penetrating..... I will not need to change my clubs now until i wear them out.
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