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Used Mizuno Pro 223 4-PW Iron SetMizuno Pro 223 Iron Set

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Features & Specs

Men's Right-Hand Mizuno Pro 223

4-PW Type, Regular Flex, Standard Length, Standard Lie Angle

Steel Shaft

Description

The all-new Mizuno Pro 223 irons is an elite players cavity back with ball-speed enhancing construction. Mizuno uses brand new technology to create extremely high ball speeds in a small, tour profile with a face thickness of just 2.4mm. A copper microlayer underneath the Nickel Chrome makes for the purest, softest feel and sound. The back edge of the head is precisely beveled for an authentic tour sole. The Mizuno Pro 223 irons are everything a tour player expects and more.

Features

  • Grain Flow Forged - One-piece Grain Flow Forged from 1025E Pure carbon steel in Hiroshima, Japan.
  • Built for Distance, Sized for Tour - Smaller than the MP-20 MMC predecessor, especially in the scoring irons.
  • Forged Chromoly with Flow Microslot - 4-7 irons produce high ball speeds in a tour-ready profile.
  • Soft Copper Underlay - Copper microlayer provides a uniquely sastisfying sensation at impact.

Reviews

WRONG SHAFTS

Review by Len D., 2 months ago.

“Called customer Service and explained they had sent the correct clubs but with the wrong shafts, I was asked to send a picture of the shafts and I did. Your customer service representative searched your inventory and you did not have the clubs with the proper shafts, not gonna lie I felt a bit deceived! I was told somebody would contact me to work out a solution, I was never contacted.”

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In the add, you have the Project X IO 110 6.0 shaft as graphite. I believe that it should be listed as steel. Was going to buy tonight, but wanted to double check. Have the same shaft / steel in my Mizuno Pro 225 irons I purchased from 3balls a month or so ago. If you can let me know, I'd appreciate it.

Dwight D.     5 months ago     0 of 0 found this useful

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It is steel.

Rudi Fann     5 months ago     0 of 0 found this useful

What does the AW stand for?

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Approach Wedge. The term is interchangeable with Gap Wedge. They are both the same club.

Rudi Fann     4 months ago     0 of 0 found this useful