This classic-looker’s very deep centre of gravity and slightly larger head size are the fruits of an ultra-light titanium crown that constitutes just 3% of total head weight. This helps produce a high, powerful ball flight, while an increased sole radius compared to its F-50 predecessor promises added versatility.
Beautiful, unfussy address look as you’d expect from Mizuno, and a very easy-playing club from a variety of lies. Much crisper feel than its composite F-50 forerunner, and I hit it noticeably straighter off the deck than I usually do with fairway woods. Where next? More On Test: - Mizuno CLK Fli-Hi hybrid review - Mizuno MX-200 and MX-100 irons reviews - Mizuno MX-560 driver review Blog: - Mizuno MP Fli-Hi irons