Mizuno, a company that has long focused on irons, now offers a complete bag of clubs—from drivers through putters. The ST200 driver combines the unlikely companions of low spin and abundant forgiveness—a high stability tour driver for players wanting straight line distance and predictability. These are built upon a resilient Beta Rich Forged Titanium face that precisely reaches current tournament regulations and maintains its characteristics over time. Sound is engineered for an enhanced sense of feedback and control.
A first edition heel-toe weighted putter, the new M CRAFT line from Mizuno is forged from premium 1025 mild carbon steel, then CNC milled to create the most precise shape and alignment. The M CRAFT line is available with three initial classic shapes in three finishes and additional weight kit to adjust to a variety of putting conditions.
The Mizuno company’s RB 566 golf ball is a soft, low-compression 2-piece ball with a 566-dimple pattern. The RB 566V is a high-performance 3-piece ball with a unique 566 D-dimple pattern. Both models feature Micro-dimples for reduced drag and optimized spin.
Most notably, Mizuno’s Shaft Optimizer 3D helps golfers—and fitters—match equipment with specific swings. Players are asked to take three swings. Strain gauges within the shaft record how the players moves the shaft. The fitter will take data from the swings and enter into the Swing DNA software. The software will align each unique DNA with a map of custom shafts independently measured and assessed by Mizuno. Swing DNA software will rank every available iron shaft (based on their EI curves) as best to worst theoretical match against an individual’s swing profile. The new software shows every available shaft in order of suitability.