Mizuno Iron Set, MX 1000 4-GW

Adjustable Stainless Steel Clubs for High COR

Posted by Robert

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Mizuno Iron Set, MX 1000 4-GW Well, isn't this interesting? Mizuno, the king of "Players" clubs, is sticking their big toe in the game improvement department. Let's take a look at what they've come up with.

These MX-1000s were developed with a super COR and a massive MOI. They construct these bad boys by plasma-welding a thin steel face to the stainless steel body. This technology provides for a COR that reaches the legal limit. COR (Coefficient of Restitution) is the spring effect or trampoline effect.

In addition, the irons have a hollow construction that allow designers to move the weight to provide a huge MOI and a low center of gravity. The leading edge is aggressively beveled, and it has an "electroformed" medallion in the back cavity.

I like these clubs because they are designed for "game improvement," but they don't look like your typical oversized hacker's club. They are built with an incredible amount of technology, but on the down side, they come with the typical Mizuno high price tag. Before you buy, I would take a look at the Adams Idea A7 OS Hybrid Iron Set. This is my favorite hybrid iron set, and the price is a lot more affordable.

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