- Mizuno
Introduced in 2009, the MX-200 irons featured "Y-Tune" technology extending and expanding the sweet spot of the clubface out toward the toe, for extra forgiveness on mis-hits. Also of note are the muscle bar and the triple-cut sole for better performance from a variety of lies.

Manufactured in RH and LH, the MX-200s were available in:

3-iron (20°)
4-iron (23°)
5-iron (26°)
6-iron (29°)
7-iron (33°)
8-iron (37°)
9-iron (41°)
PW (45°)
GW (50°)
SW (55°)

  buayakk - 9/14/10
Very forgiving club. Slight miss-hit will still produce almost the same distance. Not that workable. Tendency to go straight. But, don't bother. Unless, you are a pro, straight is your only option. I still keep my Cobra S9, Taylormade RAC5, Mizuno MP57, and even the most forgiving Hibore Iron. MX200 is the best at this moment. May use it for quite a while.
  andycobb13 - 7/6/13
  jasonditka - 3/4/13
  andyy - 2/4/13
  wordent - 6/1/12
  sgfra - 5/2/12
  manaone - 3/7/12
  Phung.V.Dai - 1/18/12
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