Our favourite Mizuno irons that have EVER been produced

Matt Chivers's picture
Wed, 5 May 2021
Our favourite Mizuno irons that have EVER been produced

Mizuno has a rich history of producing irons that are forgiving, powerful and massively popular amongst tour professionals and club golfers.

The Japan-based company worked with Luke Donald when he was at the peak of his powers at the top of the world rankings, and this shows that Mizuno irons can guarantee to improve your performance.

Their latest JPX921 iron range has taken their iron production to new levels in terms of balance, ball speed and workability.

Here, we take a look at our top five Mizuno irons of all time. 

Mizuno TN-87

The Mizuno TN-87 irons are seen as one of the best iron sets that Mizuno has ever produced. Inspired by Tommy Nakajima, they were produced in 1988 and Sir Nick Faldo also had a set of custom blank TN-87 irons, which he won the The Masters and the The Open Championship with in 1990.

Mizuno MP-20

This has been described before as the ultimate Mizuno muscleback. It is heavily influenced by the most revered blades of Mizuno’s past such as the TN-87.  They are layered with soft copper plating beneath a protective nickel chrome for legendary feel and feedback. They were also honed by studying elements of Mizuno’s most retained tour iron models.

Mizuno JPX921 Tour

Mizuno's JPX921 irons are built for results. They are practical tools engineered with one intention: to improve your on-course performance. Whether you need explosive ball speeds or precision, the JPX921 series has you covered.

Mizuno JPX919 Hot Metal

The JPX919 Hot Metal provided golfers with a great option for a forgiving iron set. The Hot Metal was so popular because it was the model for golfers who wanted a good looking and compact head size. It was a benchmark in iron design, engineered for the perfect blend of ball speed and soft, controllable landing angles.

Mizuno MP-32

The MP-32's were a great release in 2004 for golfers who preferred to play with bladed clubs. They are a more classic offering than the MP-30 and MP-60 and they are ideal for lower-handicap golfers who appreciate the bladed design. The clubheads have a smooth feel and give great feedback on off-centre hits.