Mizuno MP-5 Irons Launched with Channel Back Design

If you ask me which Mizuno irons I like best, I would surely select the Mp-4 irons. However, this idea changed since the new Mizuno MP-5 Irons released. Joining the popular MP line of irons from Mizuno in September is the MP-5 model. Mizuno are billing this better player iron as neither as a blade or a cavity back, but a revolutionary ‘Channel Back’ that is a forged iron like no other.

Designed for the ultimate feel and workability, and sitting neatly between Mizuno’s classic MP blades and smaller players’ cavity-backs, the Mizuno MP-5 Irons‘ ‘Channel Back’ design represents both traditional Japanese craftsmanship and the wonder of modern-day CAD design.

The Channel Back design keeps an appropriate degree of thickness low behind the central impact point to deliver the blade-like feel better players crave on pure strikes, while allowing sufficient clubhead of the Mizuno MP-5 Irons for sale mass to be relocated to parts of the head where it can increase clubhead stability and performance on off-centre strikes.

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The head of the new Mizuno  MP-5 Irons is slightly larger than a traditional blade and the top line a little thicker for a more powerful look as a result of extensive testing among professionals, but Mizuno’s skilled craftsmen have cleverly been able to retain the sense of proportion and shape needed to suit the eye of better players at address.

Through the Mizuno MP-5 Irons the design of the Channel Back is progressive to offer the optimum launch conditions. The channel is slightly higher in the short irons to offer a more penetrating, controllable flight while in the long irons, there is more weight lower in the head to increase launch.

The Mizuno MP-5 Irons for sale are also Grain Flow Forged, something Mizuno has been doing for 30 years that compresses and maintains a consistent grain through the neck and hosel, guaranteeing greater consistency and precise distance control.

Finally, you would find that while the new MP-5 looks like a blade from every angle, they certainly offered the higher levels of forgiveness similar to that of an iron with a shallow cavity. The feel was absolutely superb, something you come to expect from a Mizuno iron, slightly firmer than the true blade MP-4 model, but still soft enough to offer feedback on your strike and minimal vibration into the hands.

Mizuno MP-5 Irons Give You More Choice

In 2015, Mizuno also unveiled several new golf clubs for sale. And the MP series is always the classic series ever in history. Mizuno released MP-5,  MP-15 and MP-25 irons almost at one time. These three iron sets have allowed us golf players more choices on golf equipment.

In the eyes of Mizuno, the sexy-looking MP-5 is neither a blade or cavity, but a “Channel Back” – although we feel it much rather lands on the side of blade. Designed for maximum feel and workability, the Japanese brand is positioning the MP-5 between the classic MP blades and the smaller players’ cavity back.

According to Mizuno, the “Channel Back” is designed to keep an appropriate degree of thickness between the central impact point in order to deliver blade-like feel, while also allowing weight to be distributed around the head in order to increase forgiveness.

7The clubhead of the Mizuno MP-5 Irons for sale is slightly larger than a traditional blade and the topline is not quite as thin as the former MP-4 player iron, so there is enough down there to excite more than just a scratch player. The MP-5 oozes class down behind the ball and the heads dazzle peering out the bag.

By no means the most forgiving iron on the market, but you certainly get more help with this one than the former MP-4 player iron. There was a lot more forgiveness to this iron that we initially anticipated. Very capable players should get involved with the MP-5 because it offers everything you want from a blade with strong looks, impressive feel and bundles of workability.

In a word, Mizuno MP-5 Irons would be a good choice for palyers who are keen on Japanese model golf clubs. MP-5 irons would never let you down.

Mizuno MP-5 Irons Reviews

Mizuno MP-5 Irons come with sexy looks, impressive all-round feel, great workability, nice penetrating ball flight. It was released at 1 Sep 2015 with the price 920 pounds. This set includes 8 clubs, which are 3,4,5,6,7,8,9 and pw, dynamic gold s300 shafts.

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In the eyes of Mizuno, the sexy-looking MP-5 is neither a blade or cavity, but a “Channel Back” – although we feel it much rather lands on the side of blade.

Designed for maximum feel and workability, the Japanese brand is positioning the MP-5 between the classic MP blades and the smaller players’ cavity back.

According to Mizuno, the “Channel Back” is designed to keep an appropriate degree of thickness between the central impact point in order to deliver blade-like feel, while also allowing weight to be distributed around the head in order to increase forgiveness.

Please remember these are skilled clubs for very low handicappers who like to work the ball on demand. To be honest, for most amateurs there really is no need for blade style clubs these days, as Mizuno make some very good forged cavity backs that combine feel with more forgiveness, such as the MP-25 or the excellent Mizuno JPX850 Forged irons.

However, I am glad they still make irons like the MP-5 because really there is still nothing that feels as good on the course as nailing a blade and on top of that they are beautiful to look at.

So if you can’t play with them, then put them up on your bedroom wall.