This MP-57s successor looks a little different with its lower cavity badge. Purists may disapprove – we thought it looked great. Wonderful feel off the blade, with a more rounded top edge to soften the look compared to the new MP-68 blade.
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A titanium insert creates a more solid feel whilst improving stability for off-centre strikes. The thin topline and sole help create a piercing flight, which will aid your shot-shaping.
The Mizuno MP-58 irons should suit golfers who want a forged feel with reasonable forgiveness, are not put off by a thin topline, and like to shape their approach shots.
MP-58 irons £95 per iron (iron chrome), £105 (black nickel).
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