Written on: 30/09/2010
The club feels like a true blade with a bit of muscle.Without meaning to draw many comparisons I do.For a golfer with a playing handicap of five or less,save up some money and give these clubs a go! Stick with them untill there is a little ware mark on the iron face. (read more)
Written on: 17/05/2010
I play off a 4, i just changed club to the MP60. Man they not the same. Went back to MP33. They are the best. (read more)
Written on: 15/03/2010
I found my MP-33's on craigslist for a steal about two years ago; I, too, bought into the "these are for low handicappers only" rhetoric, having researched the difference between Mizunos and every other club on the market. They were exactly as they came from the factory (Golf Pride Tour Velvet, Dynamic Gold S300, standard loft/lie.) Having worked part-time at Golf Galaxy for about a year, I knew the importance of getting fitted for clubs (or having the clubs fitted for me, actually.) Turns... (read more)
Written on: 27/02/2010 by bambeno1 (1 review written)
bought a set of mp33's about a week ago and they realy impressed me with the playability and the forgivness!! i usualy shoot mid to high 80's the first time out after a few trips to the range i shot 80, my best ever on the course i go to only 6 0ver par. i was stiking the ball better than i ever had and with ease!! i was plying with someping i3 blades and was gonna keep them depending on how the mizunos went but there up for sale now, i read a few reports on the clubs and nearly all were... (read more)
Written on: 31/08/2009
I got x100s in these Mizuno mp33, and I hope and pray Mizuno keeps this blade up with the same specs. You can work these like no other, mine are 1degree flat and 2degrees strong, with my 7 iron going an avg of 187 to 191 w a 94mph swing with major spin! The feel,the set up has so much confidence at address. It is also a pain that every 2 rounds you got to bend them back to specs do to that, there very soft. but I think thats normal anyway. Though, there's only 4 on tour go figure lol. (read more)
Written on: 11/07/2009 by avgas77 (2 reviews written)
Bought a (used) set (2-P) of these Mizuno MP-33 clubs yesterday and went straight to the driving range to test them....and...WOW !...
As almost everybody else here I must say that these clubs must be sweetest thing ever engineered. The reason I bought them second hand was that I was thinking..O well...if can 't hit these I can always sell them for the same price (bought them for around 200 USD).
Now ..I 'm gonna buy me a new set of MP33 's and keep these as backupclubs (read more)
Written on: 20/01/2009
The Mizuno MP-33 are great clubs! Great feel to them and they hit a very long way! I got these off a friend for £100 (not bad) and took down to the driving range and they are so nice to hit. I hit them very consistently as well which is a bonus. One of the clubs (3 iron) is very hard to hit well because it either feels like a good hit but goes about 50 yards or you thin it. this is because you have to hit it perfectly in the middle to get a good shot! Great clubs! Need practice to get... (read more)
Written on: 18/01/2009
forgiving for blades once you get in tune
distance control & workability
out of the rough, garden spot or off the collar you'll be striking better I've played these for 8 years after trading in my Ping Zing shovels. The original set up was 2-p (rifle flighted 6.0), 52, 56, 60 and the 1-3 metals. I have repackaged & now sport 3-4 MX23s (FCM 6.0), 4-p 33s, 52, 56, TM Quad or 975JVS, old Callaway 3 regular flex, Cobra 3R, and my longtime gamer the Anser 2i. Regrips are Winn mids. When I started... (read more)
Written on: 03/12/2008
Having taken up golf a few years ago, starting out with a set of 15yr old Ben Sayer's early part cavity backs, then last year progressing on to a set of TaylorMade RAC LT II I thought that would be it. I play sadly no more than a dozen times a year, nevertheless love the game and have a good swing. Having admired Mizuno irons generally, and adore the look of their blades, I have managed to pick up a set of used MP33's for the princely sum of £77! Stiff flex. I thought, well, for that... (read more)
Written on: 29/06/2008
Great clubs for good ball strikers looking for a positive response from the club. Poorly hit shots will be punished.
Good spread of variation through the clubs wedge - 3 iron.
Consistant feel on ball striking. (read more)
Written on: 05/12/2007
Try them and you will see! Buttery soft feel off face, and very very forgiving for a blade. Great looks at address what more can I say: perfect irons. People keep asking what there like, and want to try them (read more)
Written on: 13/11/2007 by simonprobert (1 review written)
Fantastic looking club that performs very well. Don't be put off by 'I cannot hit blades' with these you can. I swear by them! The Mizuno MP-33 golf irons look great and perform great. (read more)
Written on: 17/04/2007 by DEX121
A great iron that flights the ball really well and lets you move it around. Also, it is easier to play than my old TP 9 irons (that I will never part with, and that look better condition than the 33s even though they are about fourteen years old!) (read more)
Written on: 25/09/2006 by jwd (1 review written)
What more can i say! These are excellent irons. Well struck shots feel superb, and very rewarding, giving you the desire to hit more and more good shots with these irons.
Many people say that you have to be a single figure handicap to use these. I am around a 14 handicap. As my swing progressed with my old cavity backs, I tried these as advised by a golf pro, and loved them. They take a bit of work and some miss-hits, but you crave for well struck shots with these, as they are very... (read more)
Written on: 27/11/2005 by Bela
Pro Golf in Calhoun, GA has an electronic driving range that allows you to see the trajectory of your swing, the swing speed, and flight path of the ball as you hit. The Mizuno MP-33 out performed the Titilest MB 690 in every category. I was very disappointed, because I wanted to buy a new set of Titleist irons, but my old MP-33s could not be beaten in my head to head challenge, so I saved some money and have new respect for my Old MP-33s. I polished them, regripped them, and they look... (read more)
Written on: 08/04/2005 by duckyphish (1 review written)
I'm a collage player 1 year removed, and have an index of +1. I now work in the industry, and have played virtually everything out there. I have no doubt that the MP-33 is the best all around players' iron ever. They have disgustingly good distance control, especally on off center hits compared to the other blades out there. They hit the ball a little higher than titlesit's, cleveland's, and bridgestone's, but still seem to feel more solid (and look more square at address).... (read more)
Written on: 20/01/2004 by nlever (1 review written)
I have to agree with the general consensus of how well these Mizuno irons allow you to hit the ball. In fact you do not have to be a low-single-figure handicap golfer to appreciate them. I play off 12 and when I traded my cavity backed Callerways in I was off 15. The one thing they have taught me to do is to strike the ball consistently well and in the middle of the club face with great flight trajectory.
Once I had achieved this the distance I was hitting the ball especially with the longer... (read more)
Written on: 10/10/2003 by chryssasells (1 review written)
I was told the Mizuno MP-33 irons were developed on the computer and it was discovered that they could take weight from the hosel and redistribute behind the hitting area. This moved the center of gravity to the center of the clubface. Most blades have the center of gravity nearer the hosel because of the weight contained in the hosel. Most people miss the club towards the toe and therefore the weighting on the MP33's helps out greatly on hits towards the toe. The center of gravity is also... (read more)
Written on: 02/08/2003 by JBrown.
My HDCP is a +1. Distance is awesome and consistent. Ball flight is of a moderate trajectory. To gain height, I open the face just a bit and swing normal. The ability to feel the clubhead through impact creates great confidence for future shots. Response/feedback to off center hits is instant and you know how to adjust for the next shot. These are great irons for single digit handicappers looking to work the ball. (read more)
Written on: 19/12/2002 by Wmc.
These Mizuno MP-33 irons are by for the best irons one can buy. They are very good looking and hit very well. There is a myth going around these days that says that only the top players can play muscle back irons but that is definitely not true for the Mizuno's; these irons are very forgiving for blades. You can hit them pretty far away from the center and still hit them pretty pure. Also blades really help out every player's game; they act almost like trainers, teaching you to hit the ball... (read more)