The Mizuno MP-32 Irons and
MX-17 Irons are New for 2005

Mizuno has been hard at work during the off-season in preparation for the launch of two new sets of irons for 2005. They have been one of the premier club manufacturers for many years. It goes without saying when a company produces a good club many of the finest players in the world will flock to play it. Some of the PGA players that currently have at least one of their clubs in their bag are Paul Azinger, Billy Andrade, Luke Donald, Bob Tway and Jeff Sluman.

The USA communications manager for Mizuno, Iver Maple feels that the technology behind the newly released MP-32 known as Cut Muscle design may even become its own category. The second new release to their iron lineup is the game improvement club called the MX-17. Now there are six different iron models available in the North American market. Their product line also offers the MP-33 and MP-37, both which are blades and the cavity back models MP-23's and MP-30's.

The Cut Muscle design utilizes a new technology referred to as Grain Flow forging which allows their engineers to place the center of gravity precisely in the club to produce consistent feel and unmatched control. The MP-32 delivers mid to high trajectory in the long irons and mid trajectory in the short irons. The MP-32 are available in 2-PW and come standard with True Temper Dynamic Gold 300 shafts.

The designers are calling the MX-17 set its “most forgiving iron yet.” The club has a very low center of gravity, perimeter weighting and a very large sweet spot. It also boasts a substantial offset as they are designed with the mid to high handicap player in mind. The MX-17 is double nickel chrome plated offering a pleasant appearance and lasting durability. For the mid to high handicap player this iron is very forgiving and easy to hit.

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