Grain Flow ForgingAligns grain structure throughout clubhead
Harmonic Impact Technology [HIT]Scientifically designed to optimize your sound and feel at impact.
IQ SoleInnovative Quickness.
Channel Back DesignEnsures predictable and reliable ball control
The Quickest Way To Improve Your Game
The MP-5 is the ultimate geometric blend of a Mizuno classic muscle back and a players' cavity design.
The Channel Back design is a new way of distributing the weight in the club head to allow for an increased level of forgiveness while still maintaining the feel, look, and control of a traditional muscle back.
With intense Tour Player hit tests and feedback, the updated Channel Back delivers a new level of forgiveness for a wide range of abilities.
- Updated Channel Back design: Maintains thickness behind impact for muscle back feel, but moves enough mass to create stability from off center strikes like a player's cavity model.
- Grain Flow Forged: From a single billet of 1025E Pure Select Mild Carbon steel for soft, solid, consistent feel.
- Harmonic Impact Technology (H.I.T.):
- Mizuno's scientific technology to fine tune sound and feel.
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Standard Stock SKUS
210703 RH (3-PW) STEEL
I'm currently playing with MP68 and they are a fine club but the extra forgiveness in the MP5 is the difference.
My current handicap is 5 and there is little room for error but the new MP5 s give me that little edge.
Old head golf links
Performance is as you would expect so not sure where people are saying this is just another cavity back. Feels much purer than the MP15 in my opinion and if you dont flush it, you know immediately. In my evals, i had basically no distance difference between the 5, 15 and 25. The workability is exactly what you would expect and I, even at my 10 handicap level could flight down and curve either way easily. Much more so than I could with the 25.
My misses tend to be low on the face rather than across the face, so despite the shortgame weaknesses I have I am definitely considering adding these to the bag.
what are MP 64 irons?