Mizuno Launches MP-630 Drivers & MX-700 Lines

In Golf News And Rumors by The Golf Drill Guru1 Comment

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

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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.

Check out the links for more details.  We'll talk to you soon!


  1. Would you please inform me if professional shops im England stock the driver 300 SE,with the Fujikura speeder stiff flex shaft.

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