Mizuno Golf has recently launched a plethora of new clubs. I’ve always been a big fan of Mizuno irons, and now that their making a strong push into the woods market, I’m interested in giving these clubs a test… have a look.
MP-630 & MP-630 Fast Track Drivers
Mizuno recently launched the MP-630 and the MP-630 Fast Track driver. Both drivers have a powerful Hot Metal Ti-9 Titanium clubface, which is said to maximize velocity off the face, resulting in more distance. The MP-630 retails for $299 and comes in two lofts, 9.5 and 10.5 degrees. Meanwhile the MP-630 Fast Track, with its adjustable weights, is better suited for better players and retails for $499 – it’s available in three lofts, 8.5, 9.5, and 10.5 degrees.
Both drivers come with a Mitsubishi Rayon Fubuki shafts engineered exclusively for these two drivers. Customization is also an option.
Mizuno MX-700 Driver, Woods and Hybrids
Just released are the MX-700 driver and woods, which also feature the Metal Ti-9 Titanium face, the driver features a Mizuno's Exsar DS4 shaft, and retails for $360, while the woods feature a Mizuno's Exsar FS4 shaft, extra low center of gravity and retail for $240.
The driver is available in both hands, with three loft options for righties at 9.5, 10.5 and 12 degrees and for lefties in 9.5 and 1-.5 degrees. The fairway woods come in three standard lofts for righties, including a 3-wood, 5-wood and 7-wood. The lefties, can enjoy the same styles, with the exception of the 7-wood which is not available for left-handers.
Rounding out the list is the MX-700 hybrids, which also feature the Hot Metal face. They are available in four lofts for righties (17, 20, 23, 26), two for lefties (20, 23); they feature a Mizuno Exsar HS4 graphite shaft and retail for around $200.
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