Gap in your game: part 4
In our ‘gap in your game’ series, we’ve discussed starting strong with your driver and flourishing finishes with your putter. Now it’s time to bridge the two…
What did a good iron shot look like for you in 2021? What did a bad shot look like? We ask because we have a way of making both of those better. In fact, we have a way of helping you with whatever part of iron-play you struggle with...
You might already know about the new Mizuno Pro iron range, but how much do you know about the irons? The Pro 225 model is the most playable option within the line-up, with added tungsten weighting for high, stable ball flights in a stunning blade-like look coupled with Mizuno’s legendary feel.
Mizuno has had plenty of famous Tour-player irons. The Pro 223 has that compact shape that Tour & elite players love; putting shot-shaping ability in your hands. The soft copper underlay ensures this workable look is combined with sublime feel.
If you’re simply looking to get as dialled-in as possible and are a confident ball-striker, the Pro 221 iron is your answer, with ultimate precision. This is particularly noticeable in the short irons, allowing you to take on any flag without hesitation.
All this adds up to more accuracy than last year, whether that’s pin-seeking or just finding fairways & greens more regularly. We have no doubt you’ll see the results, and all you have to do is book yourself an iron fitting with us to really maximise your potential in 2022.