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Cut Muscle, Mizuno


mizuno's brand new MP-32 uses the so called "cut muscle" design where the traditional muscle back blade design has a dent in it. basically, it acts a lot like a cavity back, with greater sweet spot, lowered CG, and therefore easier to hit. the difference is that they say it won't lose any of the "feel" blades are known for and having the 2005 golf digest "editor's choice" award can't hurt. the head is shaped more round, and the muscle back is definitely smaller even when copmared to the MP 37 (see photos). they all have the same grain flow forging Mizuno clubs are famous for, and uses the same 1025 steel mild carbon for the solf feel. it is then double nickle chrome plated to protect the club from the elements and rusting. the MP 32 uses the same modified U grooves and from the top looks very similiar to the MP33. for those who play with blades will no doubt know the fame and prestige of the mizuno brand. players like TIGER woods grew up on them. like the MP 14, MP 33, MP 37, not MP 32. there were many sorts of reincarnation of this branded blade, but this is the most radical departure from the traditional design. the dent, i must say, looks terrible and sometimes the confidence you get from your club lies in the design. having said that, i swung the club a few times and it feels heavy like a blade and the head is definitely just as small as always. the standard irons, 3-PW comes equipped with the usual dynamic gold S300 (for stiff). i've been playing blades for many years and happy to see the trend continue, instead of the ever increasing size of drivers and cavity backs! [equipbug]


the MP 33

the MP 37

the new MP 32

photos courtesy of www.mizuno.com
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