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Hot Metal Face

Creates an incredibly strong, ultra-thin face.
We started off with a tour preferred shape and size, and didn't allow ourselves to waver. The use of Grain Flow Forged 1025 Boron made it possible for us to add distance, but keep all the feel and workability that Mizuno players' love." -Chris Voshall, Club Engineer
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Design Details

The MP-25 irons strike the perfect balance between giving the player added distance without sacrificing one ounce of feel and ball control. A stunning tour inspired design, utilizing our innovative Grain Flow Forged 1025 Boron.

To help activate the 1025 Boron material, Mizuno�??s team of designers created the Micro-slot which helps the face flex for added distance.

Also, with standard lofts, the MP-25 iron maintains proper gaps between irons so that the player has ideal distance control.

Tech Specs

  • Grain Flow Forged 1025 Boron:   30% stronger material for added distance while delivering soft, solid, consistent feel.
  • Micro Slot Technology (3 - 6): Milling the head from the sole up creates a Micro-slot that activates the strength of the 1025 Boron material for added distance and increased forgiveness.
  • Solid 1025 Boron Muscle Design (7 – PW):  Enhanced feel and shotmaking maneuverability.
Tech Diagram - MP25


Club #3456789PW
Loft º21º24º27º30º34º38º42º46º
Lie º59.5º60.0º60.5º61.0º61.5º62.0º62.5º63.0º
Off Set "0.130"0.126"0.122"0.118"0.114"0.110"0.106"0.102"
Bounce º
Length "38.75"38.25"37.75"37.25"36.75"36.25"35.75"35.50"

Standard Stock SKUS

210704 RH (3-PW) STEEL

210705 LH (3-PW) STEEL

Stock Shafts


True Temper Project X - 5.5 (Steel)

Stock Grips


Multicompound Round Blue/Black - .60

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I played MP25's yesterday for first time and wow. They feels like the MP32's did but with more power. The distance was amazing. I cannot believe how the feel was: like butter. These are some of Mizuno's best work yet. I am left handed so limited in this field with Mizuno. This is a must have iron. I upgraded from 850 forged and these blow those away. I would say that these are for better consistent ball strikers. They are not as forgiving as 850 forged. If your not playing these irons then your wasting your money.
January 13, 2016
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What is the weight of your graphite iron shafts?
Bob42343 on Oct 27, 2015
How do MP 25's compare to MP54's?
Glenn P on Feb 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The MP-25's replaced the MP-54's in our model line up. That being said, they are going to be just a tad less forgiving with a little thinner top line and sole, which really gives you a nice clean look from address.
Is the Nippon NS Pro Modus 3 Tour 120 shaft available?
golfercurt on Jan 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately, the Nippon NS Pro Modus 3 Tour shaft is not available at this time. We do offer the Nippon NS Pro 950 and the Nippon NS Pro 1150.
how do the Mp-25's compare to the Mp-15's?
A shopper on Nov 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The MP-25 irons will be a more forgiving option compared to the MP-15 model.
Can I get the mp-25 and s5 wedges customized with my initials in the u.s. Or only available in Europe?
daverocks18 on Jul 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately, we do not stamp initials on our irons, but we do offer stamping on our wedges. The stamping on the wedges is free of cost, and allows up to six characters.
I am left handed HDCP +1. What are my club head options for a 3 iron (carry 210) if I want to put a graphite shaft in it?
Bradley B on Jun 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The only Left Handed 3 iron that we offer is in the MP-25 model.
How do MP-25s compare to MP-60s? I currently play the 60s and love them.... but they ARE getting old. Being left-handed my only real complaint with Mizuno is the limited availability of models to me which is why I have not upgraded yet. I have the opposite problem of most golfers. I don't need help getting the ball up, I have trouble keeping it down. My 60s are bent 4 degrees strong and I play a slightly stiffer shaft than my 65 years would normally indicate to help keep it down. Sounds like the 15s would be a better choice for me, but not available left-handed, so how would the 25s compare. Would I have to still bend them SO strong because that makes them a bit less forgiving? Thanks, and please be a bit more considerate of us southpaws :)
lefty54313 on May 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The MP-25's will be a comparable model to the MP-60's. The MP-25's have our new Boron material which is used in the forging process which allowed us to thin the face while also strengthening it, so most players are gaining some distance. Also, the MP-25 does offer a lower launching ball flight because of the way the weight is dispersed in the head. If you have any further questions, please contact us at 1-800-966-1211.
I'm interested in the MP25 but would like the loft 2 degrees weaker from the PW to the 5 iron. Can this be done without damaging them?
Juan R on Apr 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, we can bend the lofts two degrees weak with out damaging the club. However, when you bend them two degrees weak, you will also add two degrees of bounce to the club.
mp25 vs mp h5 with Nippon NS pro 1150gh stiff shaft, my flight is very similar on both, mp25's are a hair lower, but my concern with the mp h5's is... they are 2015 clubs, they perform great, but I would prefer getting the most recent product release. So what is the future status of the mp h5's? Will there be an update to the mp h5's any time soon? I've been playing my DCI's for 20 years and they still work, but I'm looking for a higher trajectory and greater carry with my swing speed that will be declining as I grow old... I'm confident that my fitter put me in the right shaft and I do hit the mp h5's well, but I would prefer seeing the mp 25's in my bag versus the mp h5's even though they may not be the absolute best fit for me... I'm not made of money and I am trying to avoid any form of buyer remorse... What do you suggest?... What are your thoughts? My index is not important to me since I don't play in a league, but I swing like a 5,10 or 15 handicap depending upon how much I'm practicing... Feast or Famine for my golf game... What a dilemma...
Raymond P on Apr 17, 2016
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BEST ANSWER: Please email in to for further assistance with this question.
Is a gap wedge available to match?
A shopper on Mar 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately, there is not a matching Gap Wedge for the MP-25 model.
I currently play and enjoy the MP-68's. I'm looking for a more forgiving iron with a slightly larger head/ wider sole that still allows me to shape shots. Should I consider the JPX 850-forged or the MP-25's? I much prefer the looks of the 25's. Thanks
IDT1 on Oct 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You should consider the 850 forged. They are more forgiving with almost no punishment on off hits. They are a great iron.
I currently play MP 64 irons and I have to say that it is the finest club I've ever hit. I am interested in the new boron technology and am wondering what would be the criteria I should consider in choosing between the MP 25 and the JPX 850?
Frank C on Aug 6, 2016
Was at my local driving range and there was a fitting going on. I would like to know which wedges would go with the MP-25? I play left handed.
Joshua S on Jun 26, 2016