ClubTest ‘Best in Show’: The buttery feel of Mizuno irons will knock your socks off

Mizuno MP-20 irons

Mizuno's MP-20 iron family.

Courtesy Mizuno

Covid-19 may have put any purchasing ideas you had in March on hold. Now, it’s game on, and time to reassess your equipment needs. So, we’ve compiled the “Best in Show” from ClubTest 2020 to give you a refresher. These clubs are bold and beautiful, like the game itself. In this edition, we highlight Mizuno’s MP-20 iron family.

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Why We Love Them

Mizuno MP-20 irons

An iron inspired by Mizuno’s iconic TN87 from the 1980s is always going to get gearheads excited. The traditional blade is highlighted by an underlay of copper concealed by nickel-chrome plating. The end result? An insanely soft feel that’s sure to bring back some good memories.

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Mizuno MP-20 irons

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Mizuno MP-20 MMC irons

The cavity-back offering in Mizuno’s MP-20 line is a target for low- to mid-handicappers who might want a higher launch and more distance (courtesy of tungsten sole weights) in the long irons, and a lower trajectory and control in the short irons. A titanium muscle plate and copper underlay ensure you’ll never complain about feel.

Mizuno MP-20 MMC irons

Get your own Mizuno MP-20 MMC irons today.
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Mizuno MP-20 HMB irons

If the traditional MP-20 is a bit outside your ability range, consider the hollow-bodied HMB. Internal tungsten weights in the heel and toe increase forgiveness and lower the CG. A layer of copper is also positioned under the face to enhance feel and feedback.

Mizuno MP-20 HMB irons

Get your own Mizuno MP-20 HMB irons today.
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Jonathan Wall

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Jonathan Wall is GOLF Magazine and GOLF.com’s Managing Editor for Equipment. Prior to joining the staff at the end of 2018, he spent 6 years covering equipment for the PGA Tour.

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Andrew Tursky

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Andrew Tursky is the Senior Equipment Editor at GOLF Magazine and GOLF.com.