Mizuno may be better known for their better player bladed irons but that doesn't mean they don't make some great game-improvement sets, such as the Mizuno JPX-800 irons australia, MP-69 irons, etc..
The JPX 800 irons are Mizuno's first range that bring the exotic JPX technology platform to the European market. 'Balanced Performance' is the result of a project to create an iron with strengths in a number of key criteria (feel, control, forgiveness, distance, profile) without one compromising another.
But while distance per club is probably the major requirement of the club golfer, for the precision demanded by Donald, known for his iron accuracy on Tour, he would have to sacrifice a certain amount of workability, meaning that the new Mizuno MP-63 irons australia will be more suited to him. Fitted with top quality True Temper Dynalite Gold XP steel shafts to give a controlled ball flight and increased accuracy.
The Mizuno MP-69 irons australia are targeted at Tour Players and low handicap amateurs. The new 4D muscle pad on the back of the MP-69's clubhead, strategically places the weight progressively throught the set to produce easier-to-hit long irons with a slightly higher ball flight than before, whilst the shorter irons remain cleaner and more compact with a high center of gravity for improved trajectory control.
The MP-69 is a muscleback set, evolved from the Mizuno MP-68 irons australia. The MP-69s feature a slightly more pronounced toe design. 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.
These are the most forgiving irons Mizuno have ever produced, according to the manufacturer, but unlike many sets targeted at the high handicapper these aren't overly chunky or wide-soled.