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Mizuno Pro 225 Irons

Mizuno Pro 225 Irons

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Dominant hand
Right handed
Flex type
Regular
Stiff
Set Makeup
4-PW
4-PW,GW
Shaft Material
Steel
Shaft name
Dynamic Gold 120
Project X 10 6.0
Project X IO
Project X 10 5.5
Dynamic Gold 105
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The Mizuno Pro 225 is mid-low handicap players looking to capitalize on distance but maintain a clean players shape. These irons are beautiful at address and in the bag. They are easy to launch, forgiving, and workable. They feel like a Mizuno, which are arguably the best feeling irons in the game. The shorter irons are definitely not clunky. As you go up to the longer irons, they maintain a great look but perform super well. If you are a player that struggles to gain distance but are in the mid-low handicap range, this is the iron for you. It is also a great combo set with the 223 or 221. They even come in a 2 iron.

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Overall ratings
(4.6/5) 3 Expert reviews
Pros
  • Distance and feel of a Mizuno iron is unmatched
  • Smaller players shape but a forgiving iron
  • Amazing look and easy to launch
Cons
  • Smaller shape might worry some golfers
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Product details

Mizuno Pro 225 Iron Set is ideal for single-digit handicap players and advanced ball strikers demanding a pure-feeling, aesthetically-uncompromised iron that delivers precise control over the shape and trajectory of every golf shot. Each iron is specifically crafted and forged to provide desired feedback while packing high-launching and workable performance within a refined shape.

Key Features:

  • Grain Flow Forging – A Grain Flow forging process used to engineer the face and the neck of the iron, delivering impeccable feel consistency and craftmanship to each club.
  • Soft Copper Underlay – Producing a soft, pure feel, a microlayer of copper is constructed under the Nickle Chrome face.
  • Hot Metal Blade Design – Combined with a forged hollow body, tungsten weight positioned behind a thin face, produce a stable and elevated ball flight from the mid and long-irons in the set.
  • 1025E Pure Select Mild Carbon Steel 9-PW – The 9-iron and Pitching Wedge feature a 431 steel back weight providing players with versatile ball flight control and targeted approach shots to the pin.
Iron Set Type
Iron Set
Grip name
Lamkin ST Hybrid
Club Type
Irons
Model year
2022
Swing weight
D3
Gender
Men's
Item
Club length
Lie angle
Loft degrees
2
39.5''
59°
16.5°
3
39''
59.5°
19°
4
38.5''
60°
21.5°
5
38''
60.5°
24°
6
37.5''
61°
27°
7
37''
61.5°
30°
8
36.5''
62°
34°
9
36''
62.5°
39°
PW
35.5''
63°
44°
GW
35.25''
63°
49°
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Ari T
Ari T
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The Mizuno Pro 225 Iron Set is one of the best players irons on the market for someone looking for blade looks with more technology and help. The clubs have an interior cavity that cannot be seen from the outside. The longer clubs have tungsten weighting for more forgiveness. The faces are forged from a hotter material so they go quite long. They have great forged sound and feel.

Pros
  • Full of technology for a blade looking club
  • Long and forgiving
  • Great forged feel
Cons
  • Not as workable as the 221
Victor Maldonado
Victor Maldonado
Golf Expert
45 customers helped
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These irons are some of the most enjoyable playing irons for mid to low handicappers. Golfers looking to upgrade both look and playability will love these irons. Not only do they feel good but the added Chromoly steel has increased ball speeds for the longest player irons from Mizuno yet.

Pros
  • Best distance players iron.
  • Unmatched soft feel and sound at impact.
  • Increased weighting for forgiveness.
Cons
  • Slim look may not be suitable for beginners.
Expert Q&A
Quick, accurate answers from Curated experts to the frequently asked questions
Are Mizuno irons really good?
Most golfers and fitters would recommend that single digit handicap golfers and below can use the Mizuno MP 225 and 223 without having problems. Both models are considered a blade or muscle back style and are designed to feel amazing. These irons will fly higher and spin more than a cavity back iron and are designed to be very accurate and precise.
Golf Expert Andrew AbbottGolf Expert Nick sinclairGolf Expert Victor Maldonado
by Andrew Abbott on July 29, 2022 · view 2 other answers
Is Mizuno Pro 225 a blade?
The MP that is common amongst all Mizuno muscle back irons stands for Mizuno Pro. This is the high end line at Mizuno which is designed for players with low handicaps who strike the ball out of the center of the face consistently. Additionally, these model irons are designed to have higher ball flights and better feel to help low handicap players shoot lower scores.
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by Andrew Abbott on July 29, 2022 · view 2 other answers
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