Martin Hopley

Mizuno’s Hot Metal technology has been a great addition to their woods and hybrids range and they have now extended the concept into iron design with the MX-1000 and it works.

At address the oversized MX-1000 club head certainly inspires confidence and this is particularly noticeable in the short irons.

The feel from the cast heads was not as soft as a Mizuno forged iron but it was good none the less.

The trajectory of the short irons was a bit on the high side, but the long irons performed well and will give higher handicappers all the help they will need.

Another great iron from Mizuno.

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Mizuno MX-1000 Iron

Mizuno MX-1000 Irons - Product Details

UK Launch01 September 2009
USA Launch01 September 2009
Handicap Range
Shaft TypesSteel, Graphite
Shaft FlexStiff, Regular
Set Makeup4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, PW
Additional ClubsGW, SW
Manufacturer's WebsiteMizuno Website

User Reviews

June 2018

Just picked up a great used set of 4-G irons in June 2018. Previously had a set of Ping i20s. So far, extremely impressed. The face is hot, however there is ample feel and nice control. The 4i flies like a hybrid yet still has iron control. True Temper GS95 S300 shafts go well with this set. Mizuno created a great iron.

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Media Reviews

Golf World
October 2010
All the technology you need, understated design. Premium cost.
Today's Golfer
March 2010
Forgiveness and distance..targets real game improvers.
Golf World
March 2010
Mizuno demonstrates it has plenty of game for the less skilled player.
Golf Monthly
December 2009
Exceptionally softer, subtler than expected.

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