Mizuno MP-32 Iron Review

For years Mizuno has been regarded as one of the best iron makers on the planet. Their patented Grain Flow Forging gives them one of the softest and most consistent metals available.


They have long excelled in making performance golf clubs for the better ball-striker and the MP-32 might just be the best of the bunch.


The MP-32, also known as the Cut Muscle, are the most technologically advanced blades ever designed. At address there doesn’t appear to be anything special with these irons. They are a nice, clean looking muscle back design, about the same size as the MP-33 with a slightly wider top line. But the MP-32 has taken performance to a whole new level. By introducing the Cut Muscle technology Mizuno has created an iron that looks great, feels great, and delivers an incredibly consistent ball-flight. The MP-32 also has a slightly lower Center of Gravity than othe muscleback designs making it a little easier to hit. The Grain Flow Forging delivers a great feel off the face that is consistent throughout the set. The MP-32’s come stock with True Temper Dynamic Gold shafts although the Mizuno custom department has gotten a lot better and there are many other options now available.


For a player demanding the utmost in feel and workability there are very few companies that can match Mizuno. The MP-32 has drawn rave reviews since its introduction last fall and has won many awards for its design. This is still a club that is geared for the better player. A higher handicapper will struggle to hit this club properly as it is still a muscleback but it might be the best iron going for a strong player looking to get into a set of blades. Another bonus is that the MP-32 is available left-handed.


Overall Rating – 96%


Target Handicap – 8 and under


Ball Flight – Low-Mid


Offset -“ Minimal


Finish – Chrome


Construction – Grain Flow Forged, 1025 mild carbon steel


Stock Shafts – True Temper Dynamic Gold S300

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