*In-stock items ordered via
Standard Ground ship within 48 hours.
Air Ship orders received by
1PM CST M-F ship same day.
Mizuno Mens MP-54 Forged Irons
Mizuno Golf Mens MP-54 Forged Irons
Step Up Your Shotmaking!
The Mizuno MP-54 is a thick, powerful Grain Flow Forged forgiving iron set crafted to awaken the shotmaker in players needing just a little forgiveness. A deep Milled Pocket Cavity (#3-#7 iron) delivers stability on off-center strikes, while a heavily beveled sole ensures cleaner turf interaction and the workability to take your ball-striking to the next level. The pure feel of the Mizuno MP-54 iron's one-piece Grain Flow Forged 1025E Mild Carbon steel construction is heightened through a Step Muscle design that retains thickness behind impact.
Grain Flow Forged from a single 1025E Pure Select mild carbon steel billet
Milled Pocket Cavity (#3-#7) for off center stability, higher launch,
and a steep landing angle
Solid Muscle Design (#8-PW) for enhanced feel and maneuverability
Perimeter Grind reduces topline appearance and sole width
True Temper Dynamic Gold steel shaft available in Stiff
Mizuno/Golf Pride® M-31 58 Round
Available in right- and left-hand
Click Detail Views & Info under the image above for alternate
views and more details
MP-54 Forged Irons... Still MP, Still Traditional - More Aggressive!
Mizuno Mens MP-54 Forged Irons
trouble hittng mp54 mizuno clubs
does anybody out there find that the mizuno mp54 clubs give your game a bad draw? if so how to fix
October 7, 2014
Can't believe it took me this long to write my review!
I am 46 and have been playing golf since I was 5 years old. My glory days were in high school when I used Wilson Staff Tour Blade FG17 (I carried 1i through PW) and had a 7 handicap. I took a decade and a half off in my 20's and early 30's and have been playing consistently over the past 12 years. About 9 years ago, I was improperly fitted for Titleist 775 CB irons and never really liked them. My handicap has ranged between a 10.5 and 14.5 index over the past 8-9 years.
After being fitted for new woods in 2012 (Taylor Made RocketBallz Driver & 3HL), I felt the time had come for me to consider new irons. My brother was fitted in 2013 and purchased the Mizuno JPX825 pro irons. Several of the "better" players at my club swear by Mizuno irons, even though my club does not carry the Mizuno line. I'm a big Luke Donald fan, so Mizuno was definitely were on my radar.
I had fittings in February and March 2014 with Taylor Made, Titleist, Wilson and Mizuno. All 4 sets I narrowed down, I probably wouldn't have gone wrong with any of them. But for me, what it boiled down to was the "feel" of the Mizuno clubs (specifically the MP-54's after testing the JPX line and the MP-H4s) stood above the other clubs. They weren't the longest (but within 5 yards), but they felt the best and seemed to be most accurate on mishits and hits off center.
These irons have been a game changer for me in 2014. In the past 12 years, I have broken 80 once. In the past month, I have broken 80 four times. My index at the start of the year was 11.3 and is now down to a 7.8. (by the way - no lessons this year, and nothing out of the norm as far as rounds played - I am a Sat/Sun golfer with an occasional one day a week to hit balls or play 9 holes) I have worked on my putting, but I must say, with these irons, I'm hitting more greens from 200 yards and in, so more greens in regulation + better putting = better scores!)
The look reminds me of the "blades" I played in high school, and the feel of a well struck ball is impossible for me to truly describe - "feels like butter" is often said, but it is a combination of the feel and the sound. I can close my eyes at impact and tell where the ball is going - the feedback is that great. Golf is very much a mental game - and when you have the look and feel, you then have additional confidence in your ball striking ability.
I can't say enough about how happy I am with my new Mizuno irons. I ended up purchasing an MP-H4 3-iron and MP-54 4i-PW. I hit my 3-iron so well, and I have about a 30-40 yard gap between my 3 wood and 3 iron, that I just ordered a 2 iron. I plan on using this club for 210 to 230 yard shots, tee shots into the wind on our long par 3's, and for accuracy off the tee where a driver is not needed. I'm taking my 60 degree wedge out of my bag for the 2 iron. I know short-game guru Dave Pelz would disagree with me - and my buddies will tease me, but I can't wait for this new weapon to arrive. (I seldom hit my 60 degree wedge - rely on my 56 degree for most shots other than a flop shot which I rarely need at the course I play most of the time.)
I have learned that club-fitting is a personalized process and shaft options and being properly fit can and will make all the difference in the world.
My golfing buddies are amazed at the improvement in my game. Many will say my swing is the same, my mental game and my confidence is better. I believe that I am striking the ball better with these new irons, which is leading to more confidence.
August 20, 2014
Higher Handicap Player
Have about 2 months of playing time with my MP-54's. I have lowered my handicap this year from 27-30 to currently a 17.4, mostly through consistent practice (was a 19 at time of purchase). I wanted to move away from G10's I was gaming and tested a LOT of clubs during the process, selection came down to i25 and MP-54. I'm pleased with the clubs, I don't have any problem hitting the 5 iron (have 3/4 hybrid), and really love the shorter irons. I'd been playing my irons quite well up to this purchase, so if you're a good iron player with a higher handicap these shouldn't be too much of a stretch for you...
August 11, 2014
I love these clubs
These are the best irons I have played and I have played every club known to man. They look great, feel great, and produce great accurate shots. I am a 10 handicapper.
August 4, 2014