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Mixuno's MX-100 iron combines Y-Tune performance with an ultra pocket cavity for the ultimate in forgiveness and ease of play. The re-engineered ultra pocket cavity pushes the MX-100 iron's centre of gravity low and deep to produce higher ball flight. The massive effective hitting area delivers consistent stability – even on off centre strikes. The Y-Tune’s cavity pad expands the Mizuno MX-100’s vast sweet area higher into the toe section of the club to match the miss hit patterns of amateur golfers to allow golfers of all abilities to enjoy staggering consistency.
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The Mizuno MX-100 irons are essentially a larger version of the MX-200 irons. The heads are not only a bit longer, but they also have a wider sole and a larger and deeper cavity behind the head. All this is aimed at the higher handicapper who needsa little extra help with their irons and we are pleased to say they work. The large cavity is visible at address on some of the longer irons, which can be a little off-putting, but the forgiveness of the MX-100 heads soon has you forgetting about this. Even on off-centre hits these Mizuno irons were forgiving with no loss of distance. However if you struggle with your long irons then you may want to drop the 4-iron for the excellent MX-Fli-Hi utility instead. Unusually for a set of irons these days, the MX-100 irons come with a sand iron included and unusually for inclusive sand-irons it is actually pretty good. The wide sole will get you out of the heaviest sand or rough and the feel was pretty good too. The MX-100 irons are cast rather than the forged MX-200 irons an although they don't feel quite as nice, they still give plenty of feel, even if they do seem a little heavier from that bigger cavity. Overall a good set of irons for the high handicapper who wants to improve.
"Impressive forgiveness levels...higher ball flight...less feel. feedback." Nov 08
"Really easy to launch..YTune spreads sweetspot even further." Oct 08
"Stupidly easy to hit...affordable set with maximum forgiveness." Nov 08
"Great high flight, plenty forgiveness...lacks feel of MX-200." Feb 09
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"Performs very nicely...difficuilt to find fault with this." June 09
"Even your shockers aren't too shocking...awesome forgiveness." Jul 09
"Great for height...would suit high handicaps...great results." Oct 09
"Went down a storm...seriously good value...traditional Mizuno looks." Oct 09
"A joy to hit...trademark feel...perfect combination...usability and accuracy." Feb 10
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