by Iver Maple on January 23, 2013
New Multi-Year Contract Extends Long-Time Affiliation with Donald Mizuno is pleased to announce an extension to one of the longest-standing equipment relationships in golf with world #3 Luke Donald signing to continue to be a brand ambassador for years to come. The agreement ensures that Donald, the world’s premier iron player, will continue to play ...
by Iver Maple on January 21, 2013
The MP-64s seem to be working for Charles Howell III. Charles finished second in a play off at yesterday's Humana Challenge after opening his season with third in Hawaii's Sony Open.
The winner of the Humana Challenge was playing one of the 64's predecessors - the MP-60's.
by Iver Maple on December 13, 2012
Cult equipment site MyGolfSpy has rated the Mizuno MP-650 'best overall' in their 2012 Fairway Wood Test.
With real golfers testing all the best known fairway woods for both accuracy and distance in a set of very robust conditions....the eventual winner surprised MyGolfSpy, but not us.Comments from the review:"I know. I’m as shocked as you are…as shocked as anyone. Of course given that the MP-650 was one of only two cl...
by Iver Maple on November 28, 2012
Mizuno Brand Ambassador Stacy Lewis triumphantly accepted the Rolex Player of the Year award, becoming the first U.S.-born player to do so in nearly two decades. LPGA and World Golf Halls of Fame member Beth Daniel, the last American winner in 1994, was on-hand at the awards ceremony to assist in presenting her the award."I just think back to 10 years ago when I remember sitting in a doctor's office and him telling me that I was going to have to ha...
by Iver Maple on November 19, 2012
Luke Donald has climbed back to World No.2 after claiming another victory with his new Mizuno MP-64 irons. In a dominant performance, Luke finished at 16 under par to win the Dunlop Phoenix by a five stroke margin.
Since placing the MP-64s into his bag at The Barclays at the end of August, Luke has claimed four top-ten finishes in seven events and not finished worse than tied 28th. And they were key to t...