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Karensour



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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2013 6:57 pm  Post subject:  Mizuno MX-300 irons, What a superb club! Reply with quoteBottom of PageBack to top


I got these Mizuno MX-300 irons last week after believing my game was ready to move on from the MX-19's. All I can say is WOW.

Built to replace the MX-200 ironsmx 200 irons, the MX-300 range is designed to offer similar levels of feel and workability to Mizuno's MP irons (for better players) but with all the performance benefits of the game-improving MX line.

The MX-300s are made from the Grain Flow Forged, 1025E "Pure Select" mild carbon steel, which plays a big part in that feel that Mizuno fans adore. In conjunction with the Grain Flow Forging process, Modal Analysis was used to further perfect that sweet, buttery soft feel and sound at impact.

Now that I've had a while to get acquainted with the MX-300 irons, I can honestly say that I had no idea that I'd be this impressed. Elated or euphoric might be the better words in this case. Before we get into my thoughts and opinions though, lets first take a look at what makes these new irons tick.

The thin top line is an indication that these irons don't exactly fit squarely into that GI category, and thus are not very bulky or excessively thick. Mizuno JPX 800 Irons Looking at the cavity, the Y-Tune Pro is immediately identifiable by the "Y" shaped relief, as well as the "Y-Tune Pro" badging on the top hosel side of the cavity. Opposite that badge, on the top toe side of the cavity is the MX-300 badge.

While it's obvious that some of the design of the MX-300 is derived from the previous-generation MX-200, I found the MX-300 to be a good bit more esthetically pleasing, Cheap Golf Clubs though most all of Mizuno's irons are free of any distracting graphics or bulkiness. The MX-300s simply have a sharper, more elegant appearance than the older irons in the MX line.

I'd absolutely recommend these to anyone that can hit the ball in a fairly consistent manner. If you're stuck in a spot where you cannot decide between players iron and game improvement iron, the Mizuno MX-300s may very well be exactly what you're looking for.



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