My Review of Mizuno MX-300 irons

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There is no doubt that Mizuno is one of the top iron makers on the market, and has been so for a while. Every time I tried a set, I walked away impressed with the looks, the feel, and the performance. Still, when I was given the opportunity to review the newest irons--mizuno mx 300 irons, I was more than happy to oblige.

Mizuno set out to create a club that fits somewhere between a players iron and a game improvement iron, and from that idea came the MX-300 line of irons. The MX 300 irons for sale are made from the Grain Flow Forged, 1025E "Pure Select" mild carbon steel, which plays a big part in that feel that Mizuno fans adore.

They are in fact the successor to the Mizno MX 200 irons that were released in early 2009, and share some of the same design features. The Y-Tune Technology in the MX-200 has been updated in the new series and is now called Y-Tune Pro and is said to provide a much larger sweet spot, which further increases the forgiveness across the clubface. The Y-shaped channel in the cavity is visual evidence of the Y-Tune Pro Technology.

While it's obvious that some of the design of the MX-300 is derived from the previous-generation MX 200 irons for sale, I found the MX-300 to be a good bit more esthetically pleasing, though most all of Mizuno's irons are free of any distracting graphics or bulkiness. The MX-300s simply have a sharper, more elegant appearance than the older irons in the MX line.

I'd absolutely recommend these to anyone that can hit the ball in a fairly consistent manner. If you're stuck in a spot where you cannot decide between players iron and game improvement iron, the Mizuno MX-300s may very well be exactly what you're looking for. I also think these would be a great long iron option in a mixed set along with either the cheap MP-58 irons or cheap MP-68 irons.

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