Mizuno’s official PGA Tour staff showed promising signs for 2022 with strong starts at Waialae Country Club in the Sony Open in Hawaii. Debuting both the Mizuno Pro irons and ST-Z 220 driver.
Former world #1 Luke Donald showed up with a fresh set of Mizuno Pro 221 irons / Dynamic Gold X100 at The Sony Open in Hawaii and rolled back the years – shooting 4 rounds in the 60’s to finish (-12). Donald also played the ST-Z driver / Ventus Blue 6 X and new Denim Copper T22 wedges 54 and 60 degree / S400 and DG Spinner.
Mizuno’s Keith Mitchell hinted that 2022 could be the year that his unquestioned talent returns a 2nd PGA Tour win finishing (-17). Also with the new Mizuno Pro 221 irons / Dynamic Gold X100 – accompanying his ST-Z driver / Hzrdous T1100 X.
Mizuno’s PGA Tour rookie Greyson Sigg graduated from the Korn Ferry Tour in 2021 and is tipped by many to be the outstanding addition to the PGA Tour in 2022. Sigg put the new ST-Z 220 driver / HZRDUS Smoke Black RDX 60 TX straight into play alongside a mixed set of JPX921 Tour and Mizuno Pro 223 irons / DG TI S400 Black on route to a solid (-9).