Mizuno has been created lots of clubs for years now and has a good reputation in the golf clubs field. The MX-300 is another strong Mizuno design.
What about the mizuno mx 300
? Although an “MX,” they’re not for the weekend or casual players; you need to be a decent ball-striker to get the best out of them as they aren’t hugely forgiving.
It has a small cavity back adorned with simple black and silver graphics and looks neat and classy. The topline is pretty thin but there’s a bit of width there to stop your teeth chattering as you address it. It looks like just what it is, an iron that isn’t quite a blade or muscleback nor a chunky game improvement iron.
The mizuno mx 300 irons
gives proficient ball strikers who find the MP series just a little bit too tough to hit consistently out of the sweet spot, the chance to experience the joys of Mizuno forging. The MX-200, nice club though it is, robs better players of elements of workability and shot-making, but the mizuno mx300 gives all that back and more.
The good ones really stay hit and fly true and high. Lower down the set, the “helpful” nature of the clubs tails off and you’re given a short irons designed for shaping shorts, ideal for finding nasty pin locations or avoiding trouble.
Mizuno MX 300 are more solid iron than in previous years with exceptional workability, the Irons places diversity and direction into the hands of mid-handicappers looking to improve their game.