The Mizuno Pro 221 iron will be available from February 2022. Some information has already been leaked and officially confirmed by Mizuno. So the MP22 series will be replaced with the designation MP221, MP223 and MP225. The MP221 is the classic blade iron which, as expected, has not changed much except for the look. Justin Rose already had the MP221 in his bag in the summer.
With the new MP series, Mizuno relies on classic elements, including the logo that was previously intended for the Japanese market. With the 221, however, the popular copper layer is still used. This muscle back blade iron has a relatively high loft and is not designed to give the player much support in terms of launch. As usual, the 221 is the iron with the most consistent results in terms of ball speed, spin and length control.
The new Mizuno Pro 221 iron - available from February at ExactGolf. As usual in all imaginable and exactly fitting configurations.
Mizuno MP-20 Blade Iron Specs and Lofts
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If there is one manufacturer who can make individual configurations possible and at the same time produce clubs in large quantities, then it is Mizuno. Mizuno takes a special approach to manufacturing. The clubheads are centrally produced in large quantities in Japan and then exported. For European players the heads reach Scotland where they are assembled in the desired configuration. Other manufacturers have entire clubs manufactured and assembled in China, for example. This way is of course cheap, but at the expense of individuality. Mizuno avoids this problem completely by assembling the clubs individually. You can choose between dozens of shafts and grips and have your irons adjusted in terms of loft and lie.
Mizuno therefore manages the balancing act between industrial mass production and individuality. This is exactly what makes this manufacturer so special. And since we at ExactGolf also have the vision to provide our customers with the club in exactly the configurations they want, Mizuno fits very well with us.
You can put together your Mizuno clubs exactly the way you want. We will also be happy to help you choose the right shaft for you, whether we need to make loft and lie adjustments, etc. There are almost no limits to what you can do with Mizuno and Mizuno does not charge extra for special shafts or grips.
There is only one issue that you have to cut back on and that is the swing weight for especially short or long shafts. If you choose a club that is over 1/2 inch longer or shorter then the swing weight will not fit properly with Mizuno. Mizuno cannot adjust the weight sufficiently in its manufacturing process, e.g. by taking weight from the club head. This is a process we go through with Miura irons to get the correct swing weight. So if you need a club with much shorter or longer shafts and you want to have the correct swing weight (and you should!) then you should contact us to discuss the matter.