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Mizuno golf clubs, a leader in golf technology and innovation, today announced the launch of the Grain Flow Forged Mizuno MP 59 Irons sale with the next generation of their award winning forged Ti Muscle technology that maintains thickness behind impact, for blade like workability – combined with forgiveness normally found in a cavity design.
Combined with Mizuno’s elaborate Grain Flow Forging process, 12 grams of pure Titanium material is forged into the muscle of the MP-59 to deliver a 5% larger Sweet Area compared to the MP-58 and makes up the MP 59 Irons provides a soft and consistent experience at impact, while the titanium forged into the head delivers even more of a solid feel. The special design of Mizuno MP-59 irons allow for an eaiser launch and more forgiveness due to both a lower Center of Gravity (COG) and larger sweet spot area.
The lastest Mizuno MP 59 Irons for sale have a traditional MP sized head shape, thus enhancing workability for the accomplished player. With a Tour confirmed sole, and overall compact head shape, the MP-59 irons allow varied shot-making delivery and control for consistent ball striking from the widest variety of lies. So that the irons satisfy with every golfer’s demand on feel, forgiveness, ball speed and shots control.
With the release of the new MP-59 irons, Mizuno uses titanium for a completely different purpose—forgiveness.
While the MP-59 is made from steel, 12 grams of titanium are forged into a pocket behind the face of each club. (It's the slightly darker material in the photo above.) Mizuno says the titanium allows the clubs to maintain the ideal amount of thickness behind the impact area for solid feel while automatically redistributing the weight to the heel, toe and sole of the club.
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"The more you push the weight out to the perimeter and the thinner you make it in the middle, there's a trade-off with feel, " says David Llewellyn, research and development manager for Mizuno USA. "But by using a lower density material we can maintain thickness here and build in a little bit of forgiveness."
Llewellyn says that like all the other MP irons, the MP-59 has very little offset and a thin topline because that's what better players demand.
In fact, the heads of the MP-59 irons are slightly smaller than last season's MP-58, the first irons released with this feature that Mizuno calls Ti Muscle. Yet Mizuno claims the clubs have a sweet spot that is 5 percent larger.
"The MP-58 has a titanium piece that is fairly uniform along the back, " says Llewellyn. "On the MP-59 we focused the titanium right in the middle." That should make them perform better on mis-hits than their predecessors, he said.
The MP-59 irons will come standard with True Temper Dynamic Gold steel shafts.