Custom Fit Clubs
Customise your grip, flex, length, loft, lie and more...
Custom Fit Clubs
Mens Golf Clubs
Ladies Golf Clubs
Training and GPS
Bag and Trolley
MADE FOR YOU
custom fit clubs
The Mizuno MP 18 SC irons feature a compact cavity design for enhanced forgiveness whilst still maintaining the style, feel and precision associated to many of their best irons.
Mizuno have created the MP 18 SC irons with a slightly wider, cambered sole, this makes them a little easier to use than the bladed version. At address the SC irons features a tapered thin top line, a shorter progressive blade length and a smaller wedge design ready to attack those pins.
Grain Flow Forged in HIroshima Japan, the MP18’s have been created and inspired by some of Mizuno’s greatest bladed creations.
By having the heads Grain Flow Forged from a single billet of 1025E Pure Select mild carbon steel Mizuno have been able to reduce dispersion on off centre shots whilst not sacrificing their incredible feel and feedback.
The flow through the set is simply exquisite, and because of this you are able to tailor the bag to your requirement using all four of the MP18 heads.
"The MP-18 SC is an iron that combines a lot of practical needs – stability, workability and softness at impact with our craftsmen's desire for immaculate looks over the ball. Although the sole is a little wider than the muscle back, from every playing position, the two models blend beautifully as a mixed set. The MP-18 SC wedges don't taper off as dramatically in size as the muscle back - so between the two models better players will find something that suits their eye." - Chris Voshall, Senior Engineer
Master moulds finished by our YORO Craftsmen: Mizuno’s most experienced, skilled craftsmen put their finishing grinds and touches to every iron from 3-PW.
Flows into any MP-18 split set. The MP-18, MP-18 SC and MP-18 MMC flow together within a custom built, mixed set.
Please note that custom fit options are custom made to your specifications, so please allow 7-10 working days for delivery.
Halpenny Golf currently serve over 125,000 returning customers and we pride ourselves in working to exacting international quality management standards. Our staff have a passion for Golf. With a PGA Professional in every store our customers can be sure that they get the best and most suitable advice for their every golfing need. We try harder to please, so buy with confidence at Halpenny Golf, the trusted Professionals.
This option allows you to choose which shafts you would like to have. There are a number of shaft choices available to meet the different needs of golfers. If there is a particular shaft you require which is not listed please e-mail us to ensure it's availability and compatibility with these irons.
Project X LZ available in 5.0, 5.5, 6.0, 6.5
Dynamic Gold available in R300, S300, X100
Dynamic Gold AMT available in R300, S300, X100
TT XP 95 available in R300, S300
TT XP 105 available in R300, S300
TT XP 115 available in R300, S300, X100
KBS Tour available in Regular, Stiff, X-Stiff
KBS C Taper available in Regular, Stiff, X-Stiff
KBS Tour 90 available in Regular, Stiff
KBS C Taper Lite available in Regular, Stiff, X-Stiff
Nippon Modus 105 available in Regular, Stiff, X-Stiff
Nippon Modus Tour 120 available in Stiff, X-Stiff
Nippon NS Pro 950GH available in Regular, Stiff, X-Stiff
Project X available in 5.0, 5.5, 6.0, 6.5, 7.0
Choosing a Flex option allows you to decide on a Regular Shaft, (Standard Swing). Stiff Shaft, (Faster Swing). or Xtra Stiff Shaft, (Very Fast and Powerful Swing).
Lie angle is the angle between the bottom, or sole, of the golf club and the shaft. Having the proper lie angle is critical if you want the opportunity to make accurate golf shots. The purpose in adjusting the golf club's lie angle is to ensure that the club is resting squarly on its sole when you are addressing your shot. This will help get your swing on the right plane and keep the clubface square at impact. A lie angle that is too upright will cause the heel of the club to hit the ground first, which will close the clubface and produce a pull or hook. A lie angle that is too flat causes the toe to hit the ground first, opening the clubface, which will result in a push or slice.