Mizuno MP-20 HMB Irons Steel - Custom Fit From  €1242.00


1 - Hand Choice
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Mizuno Hand Choice
Available in Right Hand Only.
2 - Club Selection
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Mizuno Club Selection
Choose how many Irons you would like in your set. You can select here whether to start your set at the 5 iron, the 4 iron or the 3 iron. Manufacturers have now recognised that not every golfer is comfortable using the longer irons and now offer you the choice.
3 - Shaft Selection
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Mizuno Shaft Selection

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.

4 - Shaft Flex
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Mizuno Shaft Flex
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).
5 - Grip Choice
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Mizuno Grip Choice
Please Choose the Grip you would like to have on your club.
6 - Grip Size
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Mizuno Grip Size
This is where you can choose the size of the grip on your club. Some golfers are happy to play with the standard grip whilst others prefer a thicker grip,i.e. Midsize. The grip thickness is achieved by applying tape to the club shaft underneath the grip. Here you can choose to have between 1 and 5 lengths of tape with 1 being standard and 5 being midsize.
7 - Choose Length
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Mizuno Length
Having the proper golf club length is a key ingredient to being able to make a good golf swing. Clubs that are too short or too long will hinder your ability to rotate and properly transfer your weight during the swing. It could also cause you to ground the club too early if they are too long or top the ball if they are too short.
8 - Lie Angle
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Mizuno Lie Angle

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.

9 - Choose Loft
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Mizuno Loft Angle
Golf clubs with standard loft angles will suit most golfers. The purpose in selecting a different loft for your club(s) would be to help correct a tendency to hit consistently lower trajectory or higher trajectory shots than would be normal. It is not often recommended to adjust the loft on most clubs, with the exception of the driver and wedges

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LAYERS OF FEEL 
Evolved from the DNA of irons that shaped the modern game, launched major winning careers and inspired generations of ‘tour edition’ muscle backs. Exclusively Grain Flow Forged in Hiroshima Japan, where Mizuno has refined the art of feel for over 50 years. Once again plated in copper, like Mizuno's legendary TN87 - for an impact sensation recognised as our purest ever. Three irons, each with their own unique appeal, to work alone or blend within a custom set.

"Most modern muscle backs and limited 'tour edition' irons can be traced back to the great Mizuno blades. Though what makes a Mizuno iron truly exceptional is everything you can't see. If you could peel back the chrome plating, you would find a sandwich of nickel and soft copper before the Grain Flow Forged HD chassis. Under a microscope, you can see a perfect flow of grain within the steel from the hosel to toe, compacted tighter in the hitting area. Designers can mimic our lines, but not what's inside." 

"As an elite amateur or emerging professional - there's no queue of manufacturers waiting to build you a 'tour only' iron. That's why Mizuno has a history of equipment played at this level. Any Mizuno iron model is 'tour ready' straight from the box. The heads we use on the PGA Tour come from the same boxes we use for club golfers," Jeff Cook, Tour Operations Manager.

A full set of performance hybrid irons – in a sharp ‘tour ready’ profile. Inspired by the proliferation of long iron replacements on tour –the MP20 HMB extends the concept right through to wedge. Built upon the ball speed of Mizuno’s Chromoly Face and Neck, supported by a precision stainless steel body and Tungsten weighting. Layered with soft Copper plating and protective Nickel Chrome for legendary feel and feedback.

Layers of Feel
Grain Flow Forged HD in Hiroshima Japan, plated in soft copper and Nickel Chrome – the original layering from Mizuno’s great TN87 blade.

Muscleback DNA
The proportions, topline and offset transition of a classic Mizuno players muscle back, with generous sole width hidden at address. For consistent ball players pursuing added ball speed – without sacrificing their shot making options.

Mixes with any MP-20 set
Play as a full set, long iron replacement or a mixed set with MP-20 muscle backs or MP-20 MMC. Our recommended breakpoints for blended sets are between 4&5 iron or 7&8 iron.

Complex, loft specific construction
Our multi-thickness Grain Flow Forged Chromoly (2-8 iron face and neck) is dialled in to be consistently hot across the clubface. Twin 12g Tungsten weights (2-7 iron) deliver stability and an easy launch. A softer 1025E Pure select mild carbon steel makes the short irons (9/pw) soft and responsive.

Brush Satin finish
Low glare and durable plated finish.

“A few years back it was a surprise to see truly elite tour players with more than one long iron replacement – but now that we’ve found their acceptance point on offset, size and proportions, there’s a new set who are open-minded to the #5 iron and beyond. We’re excited to see what happens they experiment with the HMB.” Chris Voshall, Golf Brand Manager. Mizuno

Specifications

Club  Length  Swing Weight  Loft Lie Bounce Offset Hand
2 Iron 39.5" D2 16° 59° 0.150 RH
3 Iron 39"  D2 19° 59.5° 0.146 RH
4 Iron  38.5"  D2 22° 60° 0.142 RH
5 Iron  38" D2  25° 60.5° 0.138 RH
6 Iron  37.5" D2  28° 61° 0.134 RH
7 Iron  37" D2  32° 61.5° 0.126  RH
8 Iron  36.5" D3  36° 62° 0.118 RH
9 Iron  36" D3 41° 62.5° 0.110 RH
PW  35.5" D4 46° 63° 0.102 RH

Please note that MIZUNO lead times are sitting between 60-90 days, even if all components are in stock, due to a large number of orders awaiting to be built. Whilst we will expedite orders to our customers as soon as the product is received into our warehouse, delays that Mizuno experiencing are beyond our control.

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