Micro Slot TechnologyMicro Slot Technology allows a massive rebound area in an otherwise compact design.
Grain Flow Forged 1025 BoronGrained Flow Forged 1025 Boron construction gives the ultimate in players feel
Hot Metal FaceCreates an incredibly strong, ultra-thin face.
The Quickest Way To Improve Your Game
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.
- 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.
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Standard Stock SKUS
210704 RH (3-PW) STEEL
210705 LH (3-PW) STEEL
I'd done my due diligence like many of you and had narrowed the brands I was interested in to: Callaway (Apex Pro 16), Mizuno (MP-25), Titleist(AP2 716), and Nike(V. Pro Combo)..All geared towards similar player/handicap and same product bracket aka forged progressive cavity(lower lofts) to more traditional muscle back design in higher lofted clubs, and all with a touch of forgiveness. (but you still gotta have game).
Before attending the "Rep Week" at my local store, I'd hit every make/model and eliminated Callaway and Titleist. Mind you these are great clubs but they weren't for me. With all the mixed reviews on the Nikes, I was surprised how well they performed and naturally the Mizunos were great from first to last swing. So at least I'd narrowed it down at this point.
Rep Week is where Mizuno stole my heart (my girlfriend's still mad)..
This is based purely on my experience alone (and I can only hope everyone else in this market has a similar one) but the Mizuno Rep was superb. The whole process was hands down great. From knowledge, to the fitting process, to the details about each shaft and how after he'd analyzed my swing he took the time to explain how each should impact my swing and mind you at this point I was still a potential customer (poker face included). I'm in sales myself and as a guy that strives for excellence in my industry, the same label can be placed on the rep and Mizuno's presentation.
The Nike guy was great as well and I'd actually seen him first and was pretty happy to see the effort put in to make a sale. That being said..night and day difference. So finally what about the clubs..
Got my MP-25s with KBS Tour X-Stiff shaft and my choice of grip (stuck with the Multi-compound but only Black/White) all with no up-charge (another reason to see the rep). I also got fitted for the MP Wedge line (52, 56, 60) to replace my older Callaways. Also for engraving at no-upcharge which turned out to be cooler than I'd thought (little personal touch).
Performance: 10 out of 10
Looks: 10 out of 10
Shaft: Honestly, 15 out of 10...I love this shaft
I've played several rounds and am pleased to announce an all time low round (3 over on 18holes and could've been better but eventually we all gotta putt ;) )
I am very, very pleased with my whole Mizuno experience. I hope to come back and read similar results for my fellow golfers. These ARE worth trying and when it's all said and done...LESS of a $$$ DENT to the pocket. This was not a factor for my purchase but a great perk. With all of the additions I received I was still under the advertised price here on the official website. So build that relationship with your local dealer, see the Rep, and enjoy a fantastic set of irons.
P.S. If they'd sucked, i would've been just as honest. I hardly ever write reviews but when I know it can help my fellow bros out, I do. Play Mizuno!!
After years on the mini tours playing equipment that was given to me... my game isn't what it used to be and I needed something other than a traditional blade that I have used for years.
I went and hit every players iron that could give me a little forgiveness but still had the feel I love. I narrowed it down to the Srixon Z745 (because of the turf interaction) and MP-25. The Mizuno won out because of their sheer performance and feel! As anyone will tell you, nothing feels like a Mizuno and that remains true even with the technology they have put into this club. They didn't jack up lofts to gain performance, they did it through innovation.
I am a high ball hitter (177 yard stock 7 iron) and "cavity back" iron can go too high and spin too much for me. These irons have a ball flight similar to a blade with that little extra forgiveness. I play a straight ball with a slight fade and I can still work these clubs how I need.
Now if they could get me a new set of MP-14s I may go back to blades just for ole time sake! :)
Hit 'em straight!!!
After using the Mizuno swing optimizer I was fitted for the PX 6.0's and the next day went out for my first round. I can tell you WITHOUT a doubt I have found what I have wanted in a set of irons. Forgiveness without sacrificing distance and workability! Oh by the way, shot a 72 first round out....when my scores have hovered in the high 70's. Looking forward to playing some more with them and giving them a PERMANENT place in my bag for a while.
3 iron: 21 degrees, 59.5
4 iron: 24 degrees, 60
5 iron: 27 degrees, 60.5
6 iron: 30 degrees, 61
7 iron: 34 degrees, 61.5
8 iron: 38 degrees, 62
9 iron: 42 degrees, 62.5
PW: 46 degrees, 63
Love the feel and still play well with them. But thinking new technology would help on non center hits. Have tried the MP-25's with XP95 Stiff tried the 6 iron on the course as this is the shaft/club combo best suited to me per track man .
Does not feel as soft as the the MP-32. Hit both the same distance.
Any thoughts ideas?
21º 24º 27º 30º 34º 38º 42º 46º
59.5º 60.0º 60.5º 61.0º 61.5º 62.0º 62.5º 63.0º
You can also find a detailed spec list on this link http://www.mizunousa.com/Golf/Products/MP-25-3-PW-PX-STEEL-LH
Nippon NS Pro Modus 105
KBS Tour 90
UST Mamiya Recoil 95= Graphite