August 16, 2010 Leave a comment
The iron is, in fact, the basic item of your bag. The capacity to influence and calculate your iron shots is what will define your game. It is wonderful to be a good driver of the ball. However, unless you find the greens from your positions, it will all be futile.
You need to make sure you choose the proper set of golf irons for your level of ability when you go out onto the course.
The irons make up in the region of 8-9 of the clubs in our bags, so finding the right set for you can have a considerable improvement on your game. There are a number of types of irons and specifications you are offered in your quest to find golf’s Holy Grail, the perfect set of irons! However, we have analyzed the “Mizuno Golf Irons”
Mizuno MX-25 & Mx-23 Irons
Mizuno MX 23 and MX 25 Golf irons are matching clubs. The MX 23 was the number one marketing forged irons the period and is still widely-popular among pros and amateurs.
The MX 25s are touted by Mizuno as the new and improved edition of the MX 23 and are only slimly different.
The new breed is made with more modern carbon steel than the 23s and contains a slightly different back cavity. Some players possess both sets and use each for different course conditions.
One of the MX 23’s most valuable features is its long and wide pocket cavity, which adequately balances the weight away from the club face. This creates a larger sweet spot and promotes good ball flight, important in a forged iron.
MX 25 cavities are similar; however, they are filled with Mizuno’s three-dimensional “X” back design. This feature fills the cavity more and, according to Mizuno, offers improved weight dispersion than the MX 23s.
These set of forged iron are extraordinary and marvellously formed that come as close as any set on the market in combining forgiveness and playability.
Whether the differences in the MX 23 and MX 25 soles significantly affect playability is arguable. Both clubs have a triple-cut sole.
However, the 25s have a more rounded training edge. This, for some players, may help with making solid contact from the fairway