Wade Patton: the banners and crap overpower the video for some of us. last one of yours i'll watch. bu bye.
Atlas _: Have been playing the MP4s for a year now and have hit the MBs enough times to say that the Mizunos are the far superior iron. They're a lot softer on pured strikes, and with the longer face, easier to consistently pure. MBs feel clicky, look good but just not as superior.
BLUE PEACE: I have MP4(dynamic gold x100 3-pw)
your's good choice
BLUE PEACE: I like Comfortable and beautiful MP4
Bailey Mohr: I have the MP4's and have been playing them for the last year I believe that the MB's are way more solid, but you have a great point about the length of the head of the MP4. I personally like the MB's better.
Brent P: I just hit both (6 irons) on a simulator, S300 shafts and last 2 swings (one with each) had identical ball flights and nearly bounced on same spot on the screen. I agree with you on intentional mis-hits, the MP-4 felt more stable and less loss of distance. I just wish it wasn't so shiny (like the brushed look of the MB). Wish there was some way to have it de-shined. I'm leaning toward MP-4 with new Mizuno wedges
Chy Hang: They Are Good Irion Just depend what you really like
Esoxfan: Love the mp69's so much, do you think the mp4's are much less forgiving?
Cuyler Goure: Hey man I really find your gear and drill videos to be helpful. I currently hit Wilson Staff "tour blades" which are cast but similar in shape to a standard MB blade. I'm very interested in both these irons as they do seem to be the creme dela creme of forging and craftsmanship. My questions are, why are so few tour players using Mizuno irons? And how do the Cleveland 588 MBs compare to these two irons.
p.s. Anxiously awaiting a 2014 Iron Shootout.
tigerbalm: I play the MP4 this year, the most beautiful irons ever! Truly a work of art, like hitoro hanso blade, forged to perfection. I hit my 9i 160 yds with so much precision than even my mp57 cut muscle. Blades are hard to play so you have to work on your swing every week! But nothing, nothing feels as good as these mp4's. Everywhere I play, people are amazed at how amazing they look!
Ron Geronimo: Great Review. You ended up selling me on the MP4s. Too bad you didn't get the commission.
Peter Colby: hi, I would like you to review the Mizuno MP4 on it's own please. that would be great if you could. thanks.
Teague Hagerty: Can you do a review of the Callaway X2 Hot?
MacClellandMan: Titleist or Mizuno? One wall? Ursula.
Johan Klarin: Hi Matt, no one online seems to have tested the Cleveland MB 588s! They are my favorite blades and I would love your comparison/reaction. Cheers!
purejai: how many coffees did you have before filming this? buzzing hard!
Kyle Hosch: MP4 feels more controllable and consistent for me
theMANxGOLFER: Good summary of the difference in looks. Were you able to identify a difference in feel, or stability? You said the mizuno was stable on your first micrap. Seems like it was difficult to transition between clubs (this could be for many reasons), but with such a similar design there are several smaller differences to point out. The differences I am looking for are sole design, clubhead weight, shaft, swing weight. I tend to see mizuno heads are built lighter than titleist, both seemed to grind down the leading edge for better turf interaction, how much lead tape or heel side weighting would be required to get these clubs to play at a D3 SW? Only small differences could lead somebody to decide to pick one over the other with these 2 options unless they have a pre-existing bias toward the manufacturer.
Andrew Lee: how about Adams vs Callaway hybrids? thanks
Craig Boorman: Yeah, but what do you think? Which one would you prefer?
Titleist 714 MB Vs Mizuno MP4 Irons Comparison and Review5
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