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Grain Flow Forging

Aligns grain structure throughout clubhead
With the design concept of creating a new type of players iron, we paid close attention to not only the shape, to ensure the MP-5 looks perfect at address, but also that the Channel Back delivered a feel and feedback that was ultra-popular among our panel of testing professionals." -Jeff Cook, Director of Tour Operations
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Design Details

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.

Tech Specs

  • 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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Specification

Club #3456789PW
LHN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Loft º21º24º27º30º34º38º42º46º
Lie º59.5º60.0º60.5º61.0º61.5º62.0º62.5º63.0º
Off Set "0.130"0.130"0.130"0.120"0.120"0.110"0.110"0.110"
Bounce º
Length "38.75"38.25"37.75"37.25"36.75"36.25"35.75"35.50"

Standard Stock SKUS

210703 RH (3-PW) STEEL

Stock Shafts

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True Temper Dynamic Gold - S300 (Steel)

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Multicompound Round Blue/Black - .60

4.7 / 5.0
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5.0 / 5
How would you rate the durability of this product?
4.9 / 5
How would you rate the feel of the product?
5.0 / 5
How would you rate the fit and feel of this product?
5.0 / 5
How would you rate the performance of the product?
5.0 / 5
How would you rate the quality of this product?
5.0 / 5
Overall Sizing
Feels one full size too small
 
Feels one full size too big
Would you recommend to a friend?
Yes (26)
No (2)
Pros for Equipment
Performance (15)
Quality Construction (14)
Compact (6)
Easy to Use (6)
Cons for Equipment
Not Durable (1)
Purchased As Gift?
No (15)
Years Playing or Participating
20+ (11)
16-20 (4)
5-10 (2)
0-4 (1)
Age
45 to 64 (6)
35 to 44 (5)
25 to 34 (4)
18 to 24 (1)
# of Days Per Week In Play
2 (6)
3 (3)
5 (2)
7 (2)
Describe Yourself
Avid Athlete (8)
Casual/Recreational (6)
Professional Athlete (1)
Gender
Male (15)
Female (1)
Handicap
0-9 (12)
10-15 (3)
Rounds of golf per year
52 or more (8)
25-39 (4)
13-24 (1)
40-51 (1)
Switching from brand
Titleist (4)
Ping (2)
Cobra (2)
Other (2)
Reason for choosing Mizuno
Have used this product in the past/previous experience (9)
Mizuno's brand reputation (9)
Online review recommendation (3)
Read about it on the Mizuno USA website (3)
Years using Mizuno
More than 7 years (7)
This is my first Mizuno product (5)
2-4 years (5)
5-7 years (1)
Net Promoter Score
10 (8)
5 (1)
Would you recommend to a friend?
Yes
Mp5 is an improvement over the mp4.
4 handicap. I play pm's for there unmatched feel, feedback and ability to work the ball. Most low handicap players misses are a little towards the toe. IMO, My mp29's have a sweet spot the size of a dime. my pm4's have a sweet spot the size of a quarter. my mp5's have a sweet spot the size of a half dollar and a quarter out towards the toe. To me that's an improvement.
September 22, 2015
Would you recommend to a friend?
Yes
MP 5
I tried the demo of these new golf clubs in Dublin and have to say as a mizuno player most of my golfing a mature career they are easy to hit and slight off hits still fly.

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.

Colin Mulhall
Old head golf links
Ireland
August 29, 2015
Would you recommend to a friend?
Yes
The best blade I've ever hit
I've been playing for a long time and plan on turning pro next year. I've hit pretty much everything out there. I simply can't say enough good things about these irons. They have a soft feel to them, and great distance on mis-hits with just the right amount of feedback. The distance and trajectory are excellent. At address they look amazing compared to all the other current irons on the market . I was planning on switching away from blades ,up until I hit these. Great job Mizuno!!!! I couldn't be more pleased
September 25, 2015
Amazing Iron
Utterly astounded by some of the negative comments about this iron, because it is definitely not my experience with them. Don't think any commentary on how they look is necessary, if you dont like the appearance of these you are simply insane. Gorgeous lines and love the clean finish with no paint fill. The club head frames the ball perfectly and, to me, is the perfect size to know I have to put a good smooth swing on it. When flushed the club simply feels amazing.

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.
September 22, 2015
Would you recommend to a friend?
Yes
Great Golf Clubs
I have had 6 rounds and this is the finest feeling and performing club since the MP32 and it exceeds it. Clean lines, great feel, precise in execution of shots
November 3, 2015
Would you recommend to a friend?
Yes
The MP4 is their true blades the mp5 is slightly more forgiving- still the best blades on the market - but I haven't hit the titleist 716 mb yet
September 22, 2015
Would you recommend to a friend?
Yes
Great design
Been playing the 69's since I picked up the game. Playing in college and decided to buy a set that will hold me over the next 10 years. A gorgeous design with great feel. Even with the cavity that the 69's didn't have I can still work them in any direction without a problem. Sound matches with the feel. Sounds more solid than the 59's click. Absolutely in love can't wait to play them in my next tournament!
September 26, 2015
Would you recommend to a friend?
Yes
How would you rate the comfort of this product?
5 / 5
How would you rate the durability of this product?
5 / 5
How would you rate the feel of the product?
5 / 5
How would you rate the fit and feel of this product?
5 / 5
How would you rate the performance of the product?
5 / 5
How would you rate the quality of this product?
5 / 5
Overall Sizing
Feels one full size too small
 
Feels one full size too big
Purchased As Gift?
No
Years Playing or Participating
20+
Age
65 or over
# of Days Per Week In Play
4
Describe Yourself
Avid Athlete
Gender
Male
Handicap
0-9
Rounds of golf per year
52 or more
Years using Mizuno
More than 7 years
Net Promoter Score
10
Pros for Equipment
Performance
Quality Construction
Reason for choosing Mizuno
Have used this product in the past/previous experience
Mizuno's brand reputation
Read about it on the Mizuno USA website
Best feel ever in Mizuno Line
The MP-5 is my 5th set of Mizuno irons. Been playing Mizuno since when the MP-32 was first introduced. I have played the 32, 64, 63, 850 Forged and now the 5. Having played this great game for over 50 years, they are the best club I have ever played. May get a new set someday but it will always be a Mizuno. The MP-5 is a sleek, great looking, thin top line iron that when set up behind a ball exudes confidence. I can't say enough positives about this club.
April 19, 2016
Would you recommend to a friend?
Yes
How would you rate the comfort of this product?
5 / 5
How would you rate the durability of this product?
5 / 5
How would you rate the feel of the product?
5 / 5
How would you rate the fit and feel of this product?
5 / 5
How would you rate the performance of the product?
5 / 5
How would you rate the quality of this product?
5 / 5
Purchased As Gift?
No
Years Playing or Participating
20+
Age
45 to 64
Pros for Equipment
Compact
Easy to Use
Forgiving
Performance
Quality Construction
Great Set of Irons
This is the perfect set for me. I love the traditional look from the top, no ugly thick top line or funky stuff sticking out the back at address. Forgiveness for those of us that don't hit the ball perfect every time. Almost the best of both worlds in looks and forgiveness. Well worth the money! Get fitted!!
February 6, 2016
Would you recommend to a friend?
Yes
How would you rate the comfort of this product?
5 / 5
How would you rate the feel of the product?
5 / 5
How would you rate the fit and feel of this product?
5 / 5
How would you rate the performance of the product?
5 / 5
How would you rate the quality of this product?
5 / 5
Years using Mizuno
More than 7 years
Pros for Equipment
Quality Construction
Unbelievable
Went down to the PGA superstore today and did a demo with the 6 iron. All I have to say is, "Unbelievable"! The feel, the looks, the sound, and the performance are unmatched to any other club I've swung. I've played the MP-57 for the last 7 years, and I've just never truly been happy with them.

I was nervous about purchasing a set of blades thinking I may not strike the ball well enough... After hitting the MP-5, I'm not nervouse anymore. I strike the ball better with the mp-5 than I do my own clubs.

Long story short, I walked away buzzin' on how great it felt. The ball lands right where you send it. (just for a dose of reality: when you mis-hit, the club will let you know)
April 17, 2016
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I've played the MP-32's for about ten years now and it seems the MP-5 is a natural replacement...can you please elaborate on how they compare with respect to distance, forgivability, and workability???
armstronggfg on Dec 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Please email in to consumer.support@mizunousa.com for more information regarding this question.
Can you build a set of mp 5 with the PXI Project X shafts I don't see them offered.
mb96 on Oct 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: We do not currently offer the Project X PXi shafts as a custom option.
Re: Custom fit MP-5 set Saw your answer about having to bend, versus forge, clubs at different lofts than your standard make up. Specifically, you said to the gent who wanted 2 degrees weak that you'd "have to bend" them. I'm about to order MP-5s through fitting program and need to eliminate some challenges in my bag having more than 14 clubs. I have always carried a 2 iron (Mizuno Grad, MacGregor VIP blades, etc.) but have recently found woods I like enough to desire D, 3 and 5 in the bag. 5 wood is much more realistic into a long 2-shot par 5 at max length (vs. 2 Iron) but 2 iron is a valuable tee club for me. As a longer hitter, there aren't many holes in non-professional golf where I truly NEED more than a 2 iron so, IF the hole requires more accuracy, I love the duck (2 iron). You don't offer it in the MP-5. That's okay...it's forcing some good moves. I also realized some time back that I had too big a gap under my 135 yard PW, so I got a gap wedge, then got tired of eliminating so many clubs for each round and have settled into a 54 degree sand wedge and 58 instead of 60 for my lob which, to an amateur, allows all shots needed if you choose the grind well. So, I've been benching the 3 iron and Gap wedge. Moving wedge lofts to 54 and 58 has been smart and I don't need gap: To complete the change, I'm planning to order the 3 iron about 2 degrees strong and change about two others, including the PW either 1 or 2 degrees weak to, like the other gent, have more linear progression of lofts (mine won't be a consistent spread of 4 degrees, but will work well for me). So... Knowing you will bend them, not forge them the way I want them, (1) Do you see any issues with the bending? I heard long ago that they just bend back over time. (2) is 2 degrees a suggested max, or could I weaken the PW by 3 degrees? (3) any other considerations you feel I should take into account? (4) Does quality/strength suffer? If I choose poorly, it's tough to recover.
ChoosingWisely on Apr 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: We only recommend bending a forged iron 2 degrees whether it be strong or weak, so that is the max that we will bend them. The reason for this is, if you go any more than 2 degrees, then you really start affecting the look and play ability of the iron. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us at the following number. 1-800-966-1211
I'm a 4 handicap, currently playing the MP-60's, would the MP-5's or 25's be a closer fit to my current set?
Brad G on Mar 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The MP-15's will actually be the closest fit to your current MP-60's. That being said, the MP-25's will be similar and offer a little bit more forgiveness. The MP-5's will offer a similar look from address, but will offer a tad less forgiveness than your MP-60's.
I currently still use the MP-32's. I have yet to find forged irons that hit or aesthetically please me as my current set. I'm looking forward to demoing these new MP-5's out because they do look pretty nice, hopefully hit even better.
HenryL5 on Sep 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, they will be the closest current model to your MP-32's.
If I want to have a set of irons, half MP5 and the other half a more traditional cavity back what set should I consider for 3, 4 and 5 irons?
A shopper on Oct 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I would strongly recommend the New 900 Tour irons to complement your set and I have provided the most significant characteristics for you. The mass in the JPX 900 Tour irons is pushed to the extreme corners of the club to deliver unmatched stability through impact which players love in there longer irons. Also, the new design of the 900 Tour irons has a much more compact head size and thinner top line and sole which is similar to your MP-5's and tends to be more attractive to better players that play our current MP models. With that being said, the MP-H5 is a very attractive club for players that like the look of the MP-5 but want more forgiveness in the longer irons. They provide a low sweet spot and a deep center of gravity for easy high launch in the 3,4,and 5 irons.
I was wondering if I wanted my irons 2 degrees weak, would they be forged that way or bent? I carry 52 and 56 degree wedges and would like to keep the separation at 4 degrees.
A shopper on Mar 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If you would like them 2 degrees weak, we would have to bend them 2 degrees from our standard loft.
I currently play AP 2 ( 714's) with the XP105 S shaft I have had Mizuno 32 and the 68's before the AP2 I hit the MP 5 today and noticed that the distance was about 5 yard more and it felt just a tad better. wonder it they are a good fit
jhn347 on Oct 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The most similar irons in our product line to your AP2's would be our MP-25's. However, the MP-5's would be more similar to the MP-32's and MP-68's that you have had in the past.
will you be making this club available for Lefties?
K Ru on Aug 31, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Mizuno has abandoned the lefty they say we are only 3% so no need to make a players iron funny I've been playing the mp68 since they came out looking for a new set may have to go elsewhere
I have played the MP-33s for 10+ years. I used to be a solid 0-2 handicap. Now I am a 6. I have my eye on the MP-54s. would this be a good switch for me?
brad7777 on Sep 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I'd give the mp5 a shot. I was very surprised how amazing these irons are. I have nothing but great things to say about them
Club fitting in 33469 zip code?
John C on Mar 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: There are multiple listings near that zip code. Here is a link to our store locator. Make sure to check the box next to Performance Fitting System and widen the mileage limit. http://www.mizunousa.com/Golf/Store-Locator
what is the size of the head? grams and it's length (heel to toe) and height?
A shopper on Mar 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: We prefer not to publish these numbers. You can call our support line for more specifics at 1-800-966-1211.
Length of 3 iron?
A shopper on Jan 27, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The length of our MP-5 3 iron is 38.75".
Is graphite shaft can be fitted to mp 5?
ali g on Jan 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes. Visit any of our authorized retailers that offer our Performance Fitting System and they will fit you for the correct shaft (steel or graphite). Below is a link to our store locator, make sure to check the box next to "Performance Fitting System" before you search.
http://www.mizunousa.com/Golf/Store-Locator
is the MP 5 offerd in a 2 Iron ?
mike k on Dec 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately, we do not offer the MP-5 in a 2 iron.
Currently 4 handicap playing MP-59's. Looking for a new set and wondering what is comparable or perhaps better in today's MP line? Thank you.
A shopper on Dec 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The MP-15 blends the best elements of two great tour irons, the MP-59 and MP-64. A really compact player's iron, but with stability from off center strikes to provide forgiveness when needed.
Playing MP 59's and looking for new set. What is comparable in today's Mizuno line?
A shopper on Dec 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The closest comparison in our current MP line is our MP-25 iron. The MP-25s have the same muscle back design in the 7-PW and a micro slot technology in the 3-6 iron.
I was fitted for a Ns Pro 1050gh shaft. Since shaft choices are limited now online, which is closest to the 1050gh? 950gh or 1150gh?
S T on Nov 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The 1150 GH will be the closest option, but we no longer offer the 1150 GH. That being said, your next closest option will be the Nippon Modus 105 if you would like to stay with a Nippon shaft.
How can you order a custom set of irons?
A shopper on Oct 31, 2016
BEST ANSWER: To get custom fit for Mizuno irons, we recommend visiting one of our many Performance Fitting Accounts. These retailers will have our Performance Fitting System (PFS). This fitting cart has our Shaft Optimizer to help determine which shaft will fit your swing the best. To find the nearest PFS account to you, please click on the store locator link below. Look for the ones that say "Performance Fitting System Locations". The retailer who performs the fitting will be able to place a custom order for a set of MP-5 irons to match the results of your fitting.

http://www.mizunousa.com/golf/store-locator

Do you have the project x 5.5 flighted shaft for MP 5 ?
greg m on Oct 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No, unfortunately we are not offering the Project X flighted shaft in our line up at this time. We have either the Project X LZ 5.5 and the original 5.5 project x shaft.
I am a lefty upgrading from the MP-68 irons. Is the JPX-900 tour available for Left handed players as the most compatible upgrade from the Mp-68 irons for a lefty?
Kertz H on Oct 18, 2016
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JPX 900 Tour Irons
JPX 900 Tour Irons
BEST ANSWER: We do not offer the JPX 900 Tour or the MP-5 irons in left-handed versions because of the high tooling costs, large commitment purchase, consumer request and the limited left-hand market for this product. With that being said, the MP-25 irons and the JPX 900 Forged irons would be a great option for you. Overall, the MP 25 irons are probably the most similar current iron to what you are used to playing. The club head sizes are similar, with the MP-68 being a touch more compact. For current irons that we offer, both the MP-25 and JPX 900 forged have slightly thinner sole and top line which players used to playing our older MP models prefer. The MP 25 has a great flow of weight distribution throughout the set, so since your MP-68 heads are a touch smaller, you will have more forgiveness in the long and mid irons in both the MP 25 and the JPX 900 forged.
Dynamic Gold Tour Issue shafts. Does Mizuno offer these shafts? If not then please make them available and then I will custom order a set of irons and wedges. Thank you
Dane v on Sep 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Currently, we are offering the Dynamic Gold AMT and Dynamic Gold R300, S300, and X100. We will not be offering the Tour issue shaft at this time.
I have t zoid pro 2. I have tried other mizuno irons over the years and nothing seems to be better. Will the mp 5 be as, or more forgiving? Suggestions and comments welcome.
Tim P on Sep 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The MP-5 will have a much softer feel than the T-Zoid Pro 2 but the forgiveness will typically favor the MP-5 in regards to "mis-hit" shots. Keep in mind, the MP-5 does not provide the same amount of perimeter weighting as the T-Zoid Pro 2 because it was designed for the player who is looking for more "workability" and shot shaping. The MP-5 provides steady weight distribution all the way from heel to toe where as the T-Zoid the majority of the weight is located behind the sweet spot.
will you offer project X Lz in the future?
Brian B on Aug 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the Project X LZ shafts are available for custom order.
I currently play MP64s 2degrees strong throughout the set and wanted to upgrade to a new set. I was as low as a 3 handicap, now playing at 6 so I consider myself a decent player. I am looking for a little higher ball flight (currently mid) and a little more distance. What would you recommend?
Anthony D on Aug 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: We would recommend taking a look at the MP-25 irons. These irons will give you the same amount of forgiveness as the MP-64 irons, but will also most likely give you a little more distance because of the Boron material we are now using. If you have any further questions, please feel free to give us a call at the below number.

1-800-392-9899
What is the closest set of irons Mizuno makes that resemble forged clubs?
Barney on Jun 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: All of our MP model irons are forged, along with the two JPX forged models that we offer as well.
Can you custom 2 degrees upright and 1 inch lecture length?
A shopper on Jun 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, you can custom order a set with those specs through any of our authorized retailers.
Can you custom 2 degrees upright and 1 inch extra length?
A shopper on Jun 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, you can custom order a set with those specs through any of our authorized retailers.
I play a an MP64 with NS PRO 950GH Stiff. Will be buying MP5 with NSPRO Modus3 105 shaft. Can Mizuno do it?
Ricky on May 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately, we do not offer the NS PRO Modus shaft at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience.