Mizuno MP 62 Specs

Written by martyn wood | 13/05/2017
Mizuno MP 62 Specs
Luke Donald uses Mizuno's MP-62 irons. (Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images Sport/Getty Images)

Mizuno was founded by Rihachi Mizuno in 1906. The company produced its first golf club -- the Star Line -- in 1933 and has expanded its line of golf products considerably since. Mizuno's list of clients include Luke Donald, Chris Wood and Charles Howell III. The MP-62 irons are Tour-ready clubs and are best suited for players with low or very low handicaps.

3, 4 and 5 Irons

The Mizuno MP-62 3-iron has a loft of 21 degrees, a lie angle of 59.5 degrees and is 38.75 inches long. The 4-iron has a loft of 24 degrees, a lie angle of 60 degrees and is 38.25 inches long. The 5-iron has a loft of 27 degrees, a lie angle of 60.5 degrees and is 37.75 inches long. All three clubs have a swing weight between D1 and D3.

6 and 7 Irons

The 6-iron has a loft of 31 degrees, a lie angle of 61 degrees and is 37.25 inches long. The 7-iron has a loft of 35 degrees, a lie angle of 61.5 degrees and is 36.75 inches long. Both clubs have a swing weight between D1 and D3.

8 and 9 Irons

The 8-iron has a loft of 39 degrees, a lie angle of 62 degrees and is 36.25 inches long. The 9-iron has a loft of 43 degrees, a lie angle of 62.5 degrees and is 35.75 inches long. Both clubs have a swing weight between D1 and D3.

Pitching Wedge

The MP-62 series also includes a pitching wedge. The club has a loft of 47 degrees, a lie angle of 63 degrees and a swing weight between D2 and D4. The pitching wedge is 35.5 inches long. The loft of each club in the MP-62 series can be adjusted by up to three degrees, while the lie angle may be altered by as much as four degrees.

Shafts

Mizuno's MP-62 irons are designed with the True Temper Dynamic Gold shaft. The shaft features two different levels of flex -- regular and stiff. The regular flex R300 shaft weighs 127g and produces a low ball flight, while the stiff flex S300 shaft weighs 130g. Like the R300, it also produces a low ball flight.

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