Hot Metal Blade Design
Grain Flow Forged 4135 Chromoly Face & Neck (2-8 iron) - consistently 0.2mm thinner across the face. Combined with COR Forged Hollow Body 28.5g Tungsten weight (2-7 iron) to produce a higher, more stable flight and enhanced ball speeds.
Increased Tungsten Weighting
28.5g of Tungsten weight (2-7 iron) helps produce a higher, more stable flight and enhances ball speeds.
Hollow Body COR Construction
A Grain Flow Forged HD 1025E body is laser welded to a hollow construction with a 17-4 back piece. The 1025E Pure select mild carbon steel (in the 9-PW) is stabilized with a 431 steel back weight for precision and a more penetrating flight with the scoring irons.
Soft Copper Underlay
A microlayer of copper beneath Nickel Chrome – for the purest, softest feel made famous in the legendary TN87. Reintroduced in 2018.
Forged With A Soft Copper Underlay in Hiroshima Japan
One-piece Grain Flow Forged HD at Mizuno's iconic facility in Hiroshima, Japan – where Mizuno irons have been produced since 1968. A microlayer of copper beneath Nickel Chrome – for the purest, softest feel made famous in the legendary TN87. Reintroduced in 2018.
Forged Chromoly With Flow Microslot (4-7 Iron)
A completely new technology for extreme ball speeds from a small tour-ready profile - delivers a face thickness of just 2.4mm (vs 2.6mm JPX921 Forged).
Precisely Beveled Sole
To accommodate the micro slot but still provide an authentic tour accepted sole – the back edge is heavily bevelled.
Built For Distance. Sized For Tour
The Mizuno Pro 223 was sized to get into the hands of tour players – where looks are the first barrier. The Mizuno Pro 223 is smaller than its predecessor, the MP-20 MMC – most noticeably in the scoring irons.
Optimized Graduated Tapered Blade
Shrewdly bevelled to deliver the appearance of a thinner top edge and shorter head length - without loss of playability. With more mass relocated from the heel area to the muscle pad, produces a slightly muted sound preferred in our 'blind' tour tests.
A microlayer of copper beneath Nickel Chrome – for the purest, softest feel made famous in the legendary TN87. Reintroduced in 2019.
Controlled Short Shaping
Mizuno's shortest CG / shaft axis is consistent from 3-PW, allowing controlled fades and draw feels right through the set.
Noticeably Smaller Short Irons
Following feedback from the tour, 8-PW are dramatically reduced in size – with a heavily taped upper blade to control trajectory.