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Mizuno Golf MP-18 Steel Irons

The MP-18 steel iron is a throwback to the muscle-backs of Mizuno Golf’s celebrated past.

Sculpted by master craftsmen (like their predecessors), the MP-18 offers a shorter blade length and steep progression into sharp, compact wedges. The ingenious addition of these wedges by Mizuno clubmakers has evolved regular golfers into major winners around the world.

The grain flow, forged in Hiroshima, Japan, has the most colourful feedback a player could imagine.

The Mizuno Golf MP-18 Steel Irons have been fitted with 1025E pure select mild carbon. Acting as the steel behind Mizuno’s softest ever irons, and used in the single piece irons for higher level players, they offer the ultimate in feedback and precision on every shot.

Used for its balance of strength, blend-ability and feel, 1025 steel is incomparable to any other metal. The evolution to 1025E minimises unneeded elements that appear during the forging process.

Next comes Grain Flow Forging. This allows for an incredibly specific and precise iron head to be developed using multiple forging steps, just from a single billet of steel. This method best uses the metal’s natural grain to maximise the head’s consistency, durability and integrity. Mizuno is happy to be the only company to achieve this, and works to pass this same performance onto the golfer.

The Mizuno Golf MP-18 Steel Irons are available now from American Golf.

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