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Mizuno Pro 223 Irons

Mizuno Pro 223 Irons

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Dominant hand
Left handed
Right handed
Flex type
Regular
Stiff
Set Makeup
4-PW
4-PW,GW
Shaft Material
Steel
Shaft name
Nippon MODUS 115
Nippon MODUS 105
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The Mizuno Pro 223 irons are great for the better player who is seeking a more refined, advanced players cavity back style iron with phenomenal feel and very consistent performance! Unlike many newer model irons, the 223 do not contain overly strong lofts so they will not provide added distance. Instead they offer unmatched feel and very consistent launch and distance allowing the player full control of their shots. Very workable and a super soft sweet spot make these irons very enjoyable to play!

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Overall ratings
(4.3/5) 3 Expert reviews
Pros
  • The Mizuno Pro 223 Iron set is best for the better player looking for consistent performance, great feel and sound.
  • Best for those who seek irons that offer a little amount of forgiveness while also providing unmatched feel and control for workability.
  • The 223 irons are best for people seeking more traditional lofts and consistent (not added) distance.
Cons
  • Higher handicap players will want to proceed with caution as these irons do not offer as much forgiveness or offset as other models.
  • Players seeking stronger, more modern lofts will want to look at other models as the 223 has more traditional lofting.
  • Players seeking added distance may find this model to not offer extra distance due to their softer faces.
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Product details

The Mizuno Pro 223 Iron Set is engineered for advanced golfers seeking a compact-shaped iron with a limited cavity to deliver profound ball flight control while appealing to the discerning eye. Specific and varied weighting between the long and short irons pinpoint targeted trajectories, enabling the better player to chose their path to the pin.

Key Features:

  • One-Piece Grain Flow Forged – Using a One-Piece Grain Flow forging process produces impeccable consistency in feel and spin generation throughout the set.
  • Soft Copper Underlay – Further enhancing the pure, soft feel of the iron, a microlayer of copper is placed under the Nickle Chrome surface material.
  • Flow Micro Slot 4-7 Irons – Within a small, tour-ready profile, a Forged Chromoly with Flow Micro Slot technology in the 4-7-irons ramps up ball speeds and control for the longer to mid-length approach shots.
  • 1025E Pure Select Mild Carbon Steel – A short and compact shape in the 8-iron through Pitching Wedge delivers precise launch and ball spin to target any point on the green.
Iron Set Type
Iron Set
Model year
2022
Gender
Men's
Item
Club length
Lie angle
Loft degrees
4
38.5''
60°
22°
5
38''
60.5°
25°
6
37.5''
61°
28°
7
37''
61.5°
32°
8
36.5''
62°
36°
9
36''
62.5°
41°
PW
35.5''
63°
46°
GW
35.25''
63°
51°
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Ari T
Ari T
Golf Expert
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The Mizuno Pro 223 irons are a fantastic option for someone looking for a classic looking iron with amazing feel and workability. They are not the easiest to launch high and they are not the most forgiving clubs. Much more like a blade than a game improvement cavity back. The thing that stands out when hitting these the most is the feel. These irons are just pure, with a very soft and satisfying feel at impact. They have great feedback also, you instantly know where on the face you have hit them. They also have a well thought out sole grind that I've found is great for most players for optimal turf interaction.

Pros
  • Top of the line feel and sound
  • Very workable
  • Classic look at address and in the bag
Cons
  • Not the most forgiving
  • Not designed to launch it high
Victor Maldonado
Victor Maldonado
Golf Expert
45 customers helped
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The Mizuno Pro 223 golf clubs are made for the better player looking for an iron with an exceptionally soft feel at impact. These irons not only look and feel good, but the performance backs it up. They were constructed with increasing distance in mind for better players needing extra distance out of a compact design. Overall one of the best distance player irons in the game.

Pros
  • Best in class feel at impact
  • Increase in ball speeds and distance
  • Exceptional workability
Cons
  • Smaller profile head and therefore not as a forgiving
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
What handicap should play Mizuno 223?
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 Gavin Lee
by Andrew Abbott on July 29, 2022 · view 2 other answers
What handicap should play Mizuno 225?
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 Gavin LeeGolf Expert Richard Hearden
by Andrew Abbott on July 29, 2022 · view 2 other answers
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