The first full set of Mizuno Pro 223 irons has gone into play on the PGA Tour – according to images from Golf WRX posted from the 2021 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas. The set played by a non sponsored player can be seen at Golf WRX.
The Mizuno Pro 223 is a compact players cavity – smaller in size than the the model it replaces, the MP-20 MMC. However it shares a construction technology with the JPX921 Forged – using high strength Chromoly and a well hidden micro slot design.
„From an engineering perspective – the Mizuno Pro 223 is probably the biggest step forward of all three new irons. The 221 and 225 are refined versions of their predecessors (MP-20 & MP-20 HMB) – but the 223 is a completely new concept. An incredibly compact players profile – smaller in every way than the iron it replaces. With Chromoly Forged and a hidden micro-slot from 4-7 iron.“
David Llewellyn – Director of R&D
The Mizuno Pro 223 is part of the new series of irons available in the US, Europe and Western markets from January 2022. Joined by the Mizuno Pro 221 muscleback, Mizuno Pro 225 HMB and Mizuno Pro Fli-Hi utility iron. The Mizuno Pro 221 had already been seen in the bag of Mizuno staffer Keith Mitchell.
Quelle: PM Mizuno Golf, Japan
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