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About this product
- Description• Blade-style head geared to better players who demand workability in irons• Muscle cavity-back design provides added forgiveness • Mild carbon steel heads for soft touch and precise feedback• T-Zoid Power Bar adds mass behind the sweetspot, improving feel and shot-shaping control• Specially designed grooves boost spin rate for playability from all lies• Classic looks preferred by players who like traditional optics in their irons
- ModelT-Zoid Pro Forged
- MPNDoes Not Apply
- Club TypeIron Set
- Shaft MaterialSteel
- Head MaterialCarbon Steel
Most relevant reviews
- sdmpro2rgvJun 15, 2016by
Mizen still the best
These irons are incredibly easy to hit for blades. Great feel and beautiful set up appearance make them my favorite irons ever.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: New
- tufee88Dec 08, 2012by
Old irons still play like a pro and feel like new.
I have heard of the soft feel of Mizuno irons. So I decided to try them. The advantage of soft steel is it can be bent to angles needed to play properly. These irons were standard length and lie. I put in extenders for an extra inch and bent them 2 degrees upright. They have some were on a couple of the faces but still perform beautifully. They seem to hit the ball a straight as an arrow. I really have to try to fade or draw. I have really enjoyed the 6 weeks with these clubs and will continue to play with them next year. When it is time my next set will be Mizuno. Love the feel, it is not hype. Try it.
- chenango21Apr 28, 2007by
I didn't think I could hit a forged club...WRONG!
I'm a 19 handicap and always bought the conventional wisdom that I wouldn't be able to handle a forged club. I bought a used set of these just to have some clubs around for my son to use....then I tried them one day and they are fantastic. The ball goes much farther....easily 10 yards more....maybe 15. If I don't hit the ball just right all that happens is I lose a few yards. Although at set up the loft of the clubs looks like the ball will fly low, I find with these clubs the ball has a high trajectory for nice soft landings. I hit these soo much better than the supposedly easier to hit "improvement" cast clubs.
- 106049417@delet...Jun 16, 2006by
Good basic set
In the late 90s, these were THE clubs for mid-handicappers looking to improve their game. Mizuno blades are excellent for low handicappers, and these clubs combine the workability of a blade with the forgiveness of a cavity back. Buying these clubs now (used) would be a good choice for mid to low handicappers who don't want to spend a lot of money. Mizuno grips around this time period were pretty rubbish, though - so you'd want to think about getting them re-gripped.
- rzpfn7Jun 26, 2014by
Mizuno T-Zoid Pro irons need to be in your bag....baby
Played with these irons in high school, sold them and regretted it. Bought them recently, cannot explain how pure they feel. Such great irons, beginner or experienced players both.