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The Mizuno Fli-Hi 2 iron is for the golfer who is comfortable behind a long iron. This club is for someone looking for a different shot shape than a 5 wood and hybrid. The 2 Iron can be a low-stinger missile or just a regular 2-iron swing that is lower than your 5 wood and gets just as far. The club is great to bring to the tee box because it is a fairway finder. You can confidently hit a regular shot and put it in the fairway leaving yourself a shot at the green. It's great for hitting under the wind too. Low stingers under the wind is a great shot to have in your bag. I like to use my 2 iron when I'm upset with my driver, it gives me confidence in putting the ball in the fairway. My favorite part of this 2 iron is that my friends I play with are not the greatest but very competitive. I can out-drive them with it and it drives them crazy. It's always fun to walk past their drives when they use driver!
- Low Stingers
- Fairway Finder
- Launches off the face
- Mishits do punish distance
- Not great out of the rough.
The Mizuno Pro Fli- Hi is a unique club, designed to be a standalone driving iron. This hybrid uses the same material as the Mizuno woods to produce higher ball speeds. Advanced golfers will find this club fills the void between fairway woods and their longest irons providing the desired launch angle, high ball speed and low spin that is crucial in a driving iron. The wider sole design allows for the mass to be in the back of the club aiding in a consistent launch. The Mizuno Pro Fli-Hi Hybrid is carefully tuned to have a very satisifying sound when the golf ball is struck, it's available in 2, 3, and 4 hybrids.
- MAS1C Steel Face – Utilizing the same material as Mizuno woods, the Mizuno Pro Fli-Hi Hybrid provids powerful ball speeds.
- Wider Sole & Tungsten Weight– Putting the weight in the back of the club allows for a consistent driving iron ball flight.
- Harmonic Impact Technology – Complex construction provides satisfaction to the golfer when the clubface meets the golf ball for an unmatched sound.