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Mizuno Mens MP18 MB Irons

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Mizuno Mens MP18 MB Irons

Hand: Right
Set Composition: #3-PW
Shaft: TT Dynamic Gold Steel
Flex: Stiff
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SKU:P124820

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Mizuno Mens MP18 MB Irons

Through the years, “MP” has been synonymous for serious golfers with irons that featured aesthetic beauty and performance built around control and precision. And while it has been a couple of years since Mizuno released a new MP iron, the company is back in a big way with its MP-18 lineup, which offers three unique models to meet the needs of any golfer. More specifically, the MP-18 is a classic muscleback iron from Mizuno, which has been an industry leader for decades when it comes to blade designs and a favorite among Tour players.

Features

  • High-density Grain Flow forging process that provides solid feel and acoustics
  • 1025E carbon steel construction for incredible feel and more consistent results in terms of distance, spin, and trajectory
  • Narrow soles, thin toplines, and almost no offset, a combination that has been implemented to give players the ability to shape shots and control trajectory
  • Satin Nickel Chrome finish that offers durability and elegance, while also ensuring that players won’t have to worry about glare on sunny days.
  • Harmonic Impact Technology ensures ideal feedback for players with each strike
  • Available in a 3-PW set makeup
  • Stock Shaft: True Temper Dynamic Gold
  • Stock Grip: Golf Pride MCC White/Black
Mizuno Men's MP18 Irons
Club Loft Length Lie Angle Offset Bounce
#3 21° 38.75" 59.5° 0.102”
#4 24° 38.25" 60° 0.098”
#5 27° 37.75" 60.5° 0.094”
#6 30° 37.25" 61° 0.091”
#7 34° 36.75" 61.5° 0.087”
#8 38° 36.25" 62° 0.083”
#9 42° 35.75" 62.5° 0.079”
PW 46° 35.5" 63° 0.075”

Specs

  • Top Rated: 5
  • 3 Iron: 21° Loft | 38.75" Length | 59.5° Lie | .102" Offset | 2° Bounce
  • 4 Iron: 24° Loft | 38.25" Length | 60° Lie | .098" Offset | 2° Bounce
  • 5 Iron: 27° Loft | 37.75" Length | 60.5° Lie | .094" Offset | 2° Bounce
  • 6 Iron: 30° Loft | 37.25" Length | 61° Lie | .091" Offset | 3° Bounce
  • 7 Iron: 34° Loft | 36.75" Length | 61.5° Lie | .087" Offset | 3° Bounce
  • 8 Iron: 38° Loft | 36.25" Length | 62° Lie | .083" Offset | 4° Bounce
  • 9 Iron: 42° Loft | 35.75" Length | 62.5° Lie | .079" Offset | 5° Bounce
  • Pitching Wedge: 46° Loft | 35.5" Length | 63° Lie | .075" Offset | 6° Bounce
  • Gender: Men's
  • Type: Irons & Iron Sets
Mizuno Mens MP18 MB Irons #3-PW TT Dynamic Gold Steel is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great club best mp club since the mp 32. have ben experiment with length and lie. just changed swing--has not affected game score. will be meeting with club fitter later this year to finalize length-lie-and shaft. great product
Date published: 2018-08-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 14 HCP can play these as well 1) Feel - Mizuno is known for their feel and these are no different, flush hits feel amazing and off center hits don't make you feel like you were just using a jack hammer for an hour. 2) Lofts - I'm against strong lofted irons these play toward normal distances which I feel I can dial in better, no need for me to hit a 7-iron 190 3) Grind - I play in the midwest, soft when wet, hard when dry but so far this year these have been playing amazing with the sole's grind turf interaction is perfect (I was fitted for these, I suggest you always get fitted) 4) Don't let handicap steer you away from these clubs (I play a 14, my focus this year is short game to lower this), anyone with a reliable swing and gets fitted will love these clubs, they do have some level of forgiveness but really bad hits will still punish.
Date published: 2018-04-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Best feel of anything Iv'e ever played with. I played the M-53's before and the feel is really similar.
Date published: 2018-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WOW! Beautiful clubs! Seem to be more forgiving than most blades.
Date published: 2017-11-08
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When using the fit guides: 1) wrist to floor, does this include the shoes; and 2) (Both wrist and finger measurements) do you round up with half size differences (wrist to floor, 35-1/2" = 36") and round down if less (longest finger: 4-1/4" = 4")

Asked by: G13man
It would be recommended to have your shoes on when measuring wrist to floor since that will be your actual height when playing. As far as measurements go we do recommend rounding to the nearest whole number. If you're at the half size or over round up if your below the half size, round down.
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-07-23

Is it possible to order a 2 iron, or do you have to order a 3 iron and get it 2 degrees stronger to get it as close to a 2 iron as possible?

Asked by: NumberNinja
Unfortunately, the manufacture does not offer a 2 iron.
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-06-29

Can I order a 3 iron only in this product?

Asked by: MalcolmS
Yes, you may order the 3 iron individually by clicking the "Enter Custom Specs" tab located just above the image on the product page.
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-06-18

Can I get 4-PW? I don't need a 3 iron

Asked by: JamesBond
The stock set we carry only comes 3-PW, however, you may customize your own set composition by clicking the "enter custom specs" tab, which is located just above the image on the product page.
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-06-04

Are these available in left-handed?

Asked by: GBG1
I'm sorry, we do not have these available in left hand.
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2018-05-01

what is bounce?

Asked by: mulester
Bounce angle is how much lower the trailing edge of the sole is in relation to the leading edge.
Answered by: tgw_Addie
Date published: 2017-10-04
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