The Mizuno Golf Company was formed in the United States in 1982 as a subsidiary of the Mizuno Corporation based in Japan. For almost a century, Mizuno has been an innovator and golf industry leader. Mizuno’s aim is to manufacture a variety of golf clubs that appeal to golfers of all skill levels.
Mizuno has developed some of the most important technologies in golf, including the Grain Flow Forging process and CORTECH face technology. These innovations, along with the introduction of new product lines like the T-Zoid and MP Series irons, helped propel Mizuno’s climb to become the No. 1 iron maker in the world throughout much of the 1990s and early 2000s. The MP 30, MP 32 and MP 37 irons, which debuted in 2003 and 2004, have proven extremely popular among PGA Tour players and regular golfers alike, and reestablished Mizuno as a premier manufacturer of forged irons. The JPX 800 driver, JPX 800 woods and JPX 800 irons were introduced in 2005 and lauded for their soft feel and playability among average golfers.
Mizuno continues to build on its century-long record of innovation and quality. Some of the company’s newest offerings, including the MP H4 and MP 64 forged irons and the JPX 800 HD irons, have expanded on the success of previous lines. Many PGA Tour players, including World #1 Luke Donald, play Mizuno golf clubs.
If you’re in the market for new or used Mizuno golf clubs, 2nd Swing has the widest selection of used Mizuno clubs on the Web. If you stop into one of our Twin Cities locations, you can get custom fitted with Mizuno irons, woods and putters for free when you make your purchase.