The Mizuno MP-62 iron is a Tour Ready design based on the most requested adjustments and prototypes from Mizuno's Tour Workshops. It has simple looks but packs in a lot of the technology driven from the personal grinds of Mizuno Tour players, such as Luke Donald and Jonathan Byrd.
Mizuno's new MP 62 irons with breakthrough DUAL MUSCLE technology were designed for the player who covets workability and shot-making control with forgiveness. The DUAL MUSCLE technology perfectly blends two muscle pads: an outer muscle pad allows for a precisely placed CG, providing an enhanced sweet area for maximum playability, while the inner pad delivers more mass behind the impact area for solid feel and the feedback better players' demand. The classic head profile with a thin top line, minimal offset and tour inspired sole design; combined with grain flow forged feel, make the Mizuno ironsthe perfect weapons to deliver consistent ball flight and unsurpassed shot making accuracy.
Mizuno say that they only release new equipment when they are happy that they have something that is an improvement on its predecessor. For them to be releasing 4 irons sets at once indicates that some serious work has been going on in the offices of the Research and Development department. With the MX-100 and MX-200 aimed at the game improvement market and the MP-52 being aimed at the mid to low handicapper, Bag Chatter got to test the newest in Mizuno's long line of better player irons, the MP-62.
Ask any serious golfer what they think of Mizuno irons and you will more than likely get some variation of this: ‘Top quality forged irons with buttery soft feel'. In the years before big money contracts, Mizuno dominated the major Tours in iron usage with its MP range of irons. The MP-14, MP-29 and MP-33 are all rightly heralded as classic muscle back blades and the more recent award winning MP-32 with its cut muscle technology has proved a huge success.
Overall, I am very satisfied with these irons and can't wait to play them on the course. Even though I would be considered a mid-high handicapper (20+), I love playing these clubs because I am more of a feel player. Perhaps with these forged irons, I will drop several strokes. You can get them at golfstoreshop.