Released January, 2005
The Pros:Feedback indicates right away if the ball was struck correctly. Solid design looks formidable and sleek. Power transfer is excellent, hits far.
The Cons:Not forgiving at all, need to be precise. Takes some time to adjust if accustomed to the more common cavity clubs. Heavier than standard clubs, a little extra weight to carry around.
The Mizuno MP-32 is a set of golf irons with Cut Muscle design technology and was the winnder of the "Editors' Choice" award in Golf Digest's 2005 Hot List and the "Testers' Top Pick" in GOLF Magazine Club Test 2005.
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The Grain Flow Forged head is made from 1025E Pure Select mild carbon steel that provides the ultimate soft, solid, consistent feel and the innovative Cut Muscle design gives the head an ideal center of gravity (CG) location to provide perfect trajectory and enhanced solid feel. The double nickel chrome plated finish gives the club good durability and the modified U-grooves produce an ideal spin rate for maximum playability in all conditions. The rolled leading edge, cambered mid-sole, and rolled trailing edge deliver consistent striking ability from all types of lies. The Mizuno MP-32 come in 2-9 irons and PW, and are available in RH and LH, expect the 2 iron which is only RH.
- Grain Flow Forging
- Cut Muscle technology
- 1025E Pure Select mild carbon steel head
- Double nickel chrome plated finish
- Rolled leading edge
- Cambered mid-sole
- Rolled trailing edge
- LH and RH (*2 iron RH only)
- Clubs: 2-9 irons and PW
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User Reviews (5)
feedback indicates right away if the ball was struck correctly
solid design looks formidable and sleek
power transfer is excellent, hits far
help improve your skills by allowing subtle changes in swing to have a big effect
not forgiving at all, need to be precise
takes some time to adjust if accustomed to the more common cavity clubs
heavier than standard clubs, a little extra weight to carry around
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