Mizuno MX-700 utility

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Mizuno MX-700 utility review. Golf Monthly reviews the Mizuno MX-700 utility.

Golf Monthly Verdict

While the graphics on the crown look slightly too busy on the Mizuno MX-700 utility compared to the great-looking driver and fairway wood, the penetrating flight did impress. It flew considerably longer than comparative lofts in other utility clubs and rolled out a lot more than most.

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The Mizuno MX-700 utility is designed so the crown of the club drops down from the face, which moves weight lower in the head and makes it easier to produce high-launching shots. Like the rest of the MX-700 series the lightweight face expands the sweetspot. With its penetrating flight this is an excellent substitute for a fairway wood. 

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Gallery:

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More in the range:

-Mizuno MX-700 driver review

-Mizuno MX-700 fairway wood review

 

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