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Mizuno MP 63 Steel Iron set

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $124.14
Mid: $146.05
High: $167.96

Next update: 5/29/16

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $241.38
Mid: $283.98
High: $326.58

Next update: 5/29/16

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Head Material:

Carbon Steel

• Diamond Muscle Design for amazing feel and precise ball control.
• Scientifically designed to optimize sound and feel at impact
• Patented Grain Flow Forged 1025E Pure Select mild carbon steel
• 360 degree grind top line and sole for pleasing look
• Modified U-grooves conform to the Condition of Competition 2010 and produce the ideal spin rate for playability in all conditions
While the basic fundamentals of the golf swing are universal, each individual swing is unique. That is why Mizuno offers a range of golf clubs for players of all abilities. From game improvement clubs for players seeking forgiveness and an easy launch to game enhancement clubs for players looking to fine tune their games, Mizuno offers the best equipment for all types of golfers.
For nearly a century, Mizuno has delivered outstanding innovations and high performance technologies for serious golfers of all abilities. With groundbreaking innovations like Grain Flow Forging Technology and revolutionary design technologies such as CORTECH, Mizuno has earned the trust of golfers of all skill levels, including the world’s finest professionals.
Matching the ideal equipment with each player is the goal of Mizuno, and their industry leading Custom Fitting Program is the ultimate in personalization. With over 2,000 specially trained Mizuno Custom Fitters around the country, finding the perfect set of Mizuno clubs has never been easier.
Dedicated to innovation and groundbreaking technological advances, Mizuno introduced Cut Muscle Design Technology in their irons in 2005, and it took the golf world by storm, winning numerous industry awards including Golf Magazine’s Testers Top Pick in both 2005 and 2006 with the MP-32 and the MP-60 irons, and Editors Choice for the MP-32 in Golf Digest’s 2005 Hot List.

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2011 Hot List
Gold Medal
Players Irons
The diamond-muscle design on the back cavity allows for incremental heel-toe weighting (more in long irons, less in short irons). Mizuno's Shaft Optimizer fitting system remains the one by which others are judged.
"I thought the best synergy of sod and steel was in the MP-62s, but these beat that. I caught a couple heavy, and the impact and flight were barely affected."
"You feel like you're a pro when you're looking down at these. Coming down from the handle, they're very pretty: a chrome, satin finish with clean lines."
Mizuno's sound research led to one of the company's sweetest-sounding irons yet. The MP-63 doesn't wow you with technological features, and it's not going to overcome mis-hits as much as a larger clubhead might, but if you’ve got game, these irons do, too.
Wannabes will flock to this club but shouldn't. Your misses are going to be misses.

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