Why Mizuno MP53 Irons Are So Popullar?

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Published: 22nd December 2010
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Today, my topic is Mizuno MP53 Irons which come with the unique ability to be custom built to your individual specifications. Now, they are popullar with the golfers. They are ideal for the mid to high handicap player who is looking for ease of launch, unparalleled forgiveness and maximum game-improvement playability.

The new Mizuno MP-53 irons feature a Diamond Muscle design and V slot Milled Pocket Cavity. This weight is strategically redistributed around the cavity to achieve the largest sweet area ever in an MP iron, delivering maximum playability while remaining extremely versatile. The MP-53's distinctive Diamond Muscle ensures that greater forgiveness is not achieved at the cost of workability or feel.

The MP-53 also features a 360 degree grind that lessens the width of the sole and top edge while the shorter irons feature a design similar to the MP-63 irons to ensure that they offer complete precision and control. The new Mizuno MP-53 irons have got what Mizuno call diamond back technology which basically makes it so that when you hit it out of the middle of the club you get a more solid purer strike and overall get a better strike and feel off the club head.

By the way, Mizuno have also changed the Mizuno MP-53 irons because they found that the sounds people hear when they hit the ball is a large part of feel so they even tuned the sounds of the iron on contact with the golf ball to try and make these irons even better than the previous MP series which were a great set of irons and where very hard to improve on.

When performing the club, it's important to turn correctly while maintaining your spine angle. Created using Mizuno's Harmonic Impact Technology and extensively tested on tour, Diamond Muscle was identified as the prime solution to fine tune the MP-53's sound at impact.

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