Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Mizuno MP-62 Irons VS MP-63 Irons

Mizuno say that they only release new equipment when they are happy that they have something that is an improvement on its predecessor.

It said that the uptake on Tour of performance and feel that was adored by the best players in the world appreciate a little more forgiveness. Mizuno have obviously taken this into account, combined the principles behind both and created the dual-muscle cavity back that is the MP-62. A Dual Muscle is the most implied feature of MP-62, which is different from a simple muscle back blade where the muscle section is straight across the back.
With a handsome appearance, the MP-62 can easily be distinguished from various irons. How about the feel of MP-62? From the analysis, a clean strike with these delivers a unbelievably pure sensation that is extremely addictive. The Grain-Flow forged heads ring like a bell when you flush one out of the middle. The feel is amazingly solid.

With its cavity back, the amount of perimeter weighting is absolutely light so that it is more forgiving than a pure blade. With the minimal offset and the sheer mass of the dual muscle behind the ball, you would expect the ball flight to be mid-low and you are not disappointed. MP-62 is typically designed for Tour players or top amateur.

Mizuno MP-63 Irons:
Mizuno claims that MP-63 is the evolution of the company’s most popular tour iron the MP-62. Naturally, Mizuno is targeting lower handicaps with the MP-63. Although this club is targeted at “better” player dose not necessarily mean that it has nothing to offer for less skilled players. One of the primary design goals of the MP-63 was to improve on the feel and playability of the MP-62. So they copied the head size, top line, offset, and sole width. In addition, Mizuno has developed the sound and feel and enhanced the grind to improve the irons’ versatility in shot making. The most amazing creation of MP-63 is the “Diamond Muscle” design which represents a tuning change.

Form the opinions of testers, the MP-63 does not disappoint. They are pleasantly surprised by the amount of forgiveness that these clubs offer. The sweet spot of MP-63 is bigger than their imaging. A good swing and contact produces a feeling of squashing the ball against the clubface.

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