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Mizuno Pro Series

The foundation of the Mizuno Pro irons is a unique, long-standing connection between Mizuno’s club engineers and its Grain Flow Forging plant in Hiroshima, Japan.

A relationship which enables increasingly sophisticated designs to be crafted flawlessly into finished equipment. Where every fraction of a millimetre and subtle curve matters.

Other manufacturers have widely adopted Mizuno’s work to elevate the performance of elite player’s irons.

What now sets Mizuno apart is the ability to apply precise manufacturing techniques learned at our long-standing forging plant in Hiroshima, Japan, to increasingly complex designs.


Mizuno Forging By the Numbers


Club Heads

Produced from every rod of Steel


Golf Clubs

forged each day at Chuo


Forging Moulds

Needed for every set of Mizuno Irons

Tour the Forging Factory


Mizuno Pro Series

Everything about the new Mizuno Pro 241/243/245 and Fli-Hi is pushed to the extreme – from technology to more streamlined playing profiles. Each model has become better at its specific job, more distinct, yet able to be blended when required.”

CHRIS VOSHALL – Product Director

Aggressively tapered blade

A more obvious tapering of the upper blade potion delivers an ideal trajectory through the set – with flighted long irons and penetrating short irons.

Mizuno Pro Series

4120 Chromoly with Flow Microslot (4-7 iron)

A wider, longer micro-slot to create a more expansive high energy area of clubface – resulting in a higher flight and faster ball speeds.

Mizuno Pro Series

Hollow body GFF 4135 Chromoly face and neck (2-8 iron)

With multi-thickness face configuration and laser welded 431 Stainless steel back piece for elevated ball speeds and launch.

Mizuno Pro Series
Mizuno Pro 241
Mizuno Pro 241
Mizuno Pro 243
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Mizuno Pro 243
Mizuno Pro 245
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Mizuno Pro 245