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New Mizuno Golf Clubs



Irons

The 2024 Pro Series

MIZUNO: 2024 Pro Series
Irons

Nothing feels like a Mizuno and the new Mizuno Pro line more than lives up to that standard.

Who's It For?

Players Iron Golfers

241 Pro Series
The Ultimate Muscle Back

Nothing feels like a Mizuno and the new Mizuno Pro line more than lives up to that standard. The Mizuno Pro 241 is the ultimate muscle back with a thinner top line at address and more compact look. It’s a fit for better ball strikers who favor the workability that a blade design iron provides.

Who's It For?

Players Iron Golfers

243 Pro Series
Tour Speed Cavity

Nothing feels like a Mizuno and the new Mizuno Pro line more than lives up to that standard. The Mizuno Pro 243 has the compact head and thinner top line you’d expect in a player's iron, and within that head is a compact Tour Speed Cavity to provide more ball speed. The Pro 243 is designed for players that are consistent ball strikers and looking for workability in their irons, but a touch more forgiveness compared to a muscle back.

Who's It For?

Players Distance Golfers

245 Pro Series
Tour Speed + Launch

Nothing feels like a Mizuno and the new Mizuno Pro line more than lives up to that standard. The Mizuno Pro 245 is a hollow body iron with a thinner top line and shorter head length for a classic iron look.. It’s designed for players looking for increased ball speed and higher launch.

Drivers

THE ST SERIES
Who's It For?

Mid-High Handicap Golfers

Golfers Seeking Higher Launch

Golfers Seeking More Accuracy

ST-MAX 230
Straight Forgiveness

While Mizuno has always been known for its irons, it’s continued to make waves within the driver category, and the ST MAX 230 is the latest driver in its arsenal. With a larger profile, higher trajectory and mid spin, the ST MAX 230 is designed for the widest range of golfers looking for both distance and forgiveness.

Who's It For?

Low Handicap Golfers

Fast Swingers

Low Spin Golfers

Tinkering Golfers

ST-G
Smaller Clubhead, Lower Spin

Mizuno’s ST-G driver is not like most drivers on the market, and it is surely different from the ST-Z and ST-X drivers that Mizuno released early in 2023. Of note, the ST-G driver features a smaller clubhead volume that produces lower spin, and increased adjustment capabilities. Ultimately, these features cater more toward a golfer with higher swing speeds and/or golfers who like to tinker with adjustable weights on their driver.

Who's It For?

Low Handicap Golfers

Fast Swingers

Low Spin Golfers

STX-230
Workable Low-Spinner

Mizuno has been one of the most recognizable brands in golf for decades, and with good reason. More recently, Mizuno has put serious resources into advancing its drivers – and it’s working. The new ST 230 drivers represent another step forward by Mizuno to deliver golfers more performance through two distinct models. The ST-X 230 model delivers workability through a compact head that will appeal to better players, while additional heel weighting offers a slight draw bias for golfers that struggle with a slice.

Who's It For?

Mid Handicap Golfers

Fast Swingers

Medium Spin Golfers

STZ-230
High-MOI Bomber

Mizuno has been one of the most recognizable brands in golf for decades, and with good reason. More recently, Mizuno has put serious resources into advancing its drivers – and it’s working. The new ST 230 drivers represent another step forward by Mizuno to deliver golfers more performance through two distinct models. The ST-Z 230 model delivers the highest MOI and will be the best fit for most golfers.

Who's It For?

High Handicap Golfers

Moderate Swingers

High Spin Golfers

STX-230 PLTNM
Ultra-Lightweight Design

Mizuno has been one of the most recognizable brands in golf for decades, and with good reason. More recently, Mizuno has put serious resources into advancing its drivers – and it’s working. The new ST 230 drivers represent another step forward by Mizuno to deliver golfers more performance. The ST-X 230 PLTNM model is an ultra-lightweight design designed specifically for golfers with slower swing speeds to hit the ball higher and farther off the tee.

Putters

OMOI
Who's It For?

Use the guide below to help choose a putter that's best for your game.

OMOI
Putters

The Mizuno OMOI putters represent Mizuno’s resurgence in the milled putters space, utilizing the company’s renowned milling process to deliver putters that both feel and perform exceptionally. Of note, the OMOI putters also come with custom weight options that allow the tinkerer to dial in the exact feel he or she wants in a putter.

OMOI Putter Options

Hybrids

The ST Series
Who's It For?

Mid-High Handicap Golfers

Golfers Seeking Higher Launch

Golfers Seeking More Forgiveness

MIZUNO: ST-MAX 230
Maximum Versitility + Forgiveness

Mizuno’s hybrids have become the perfect compliment to its renowned irons and the new ST MAX 230 hybrid is the latest addition to that lineup. With its high MOI, ease of launch and slightly larger profile, the ST MAX 230 hybrid is designed for golfers of all skill levels, but specifically for those that need that extra forgiveness and higher launch.

Who's It For?

Mid Handicap Golfers

Fast Swingers

Medium Spin Golfers

MIZUNO: ST-Z 230
Hybrids

The CORTECH Chamber remains a key cog to the machine that is the ST-Z 230 hybrid, positioned internally similar to the fairway wood in that it consists of a 3-gram stainless steel weight with an elastomeric TPU. The reduced stress on the clubface and added source of energy transfer at impact results in faster ball speeds and more distance. Plus, the Quick Switch Hosel Mechanism allows for up to 4 degrees of adjustability. The ST-Z 230 hybrid offers superb distance and explosiveness, making it a terrific option for all kinds of players.

Fairway Woods

The ST Series
Who's It For?

Mid-High Handicap Golfers

Golfers Seeking Higher Launch

Golfers Seeking Added Forgiveness

MIZUNO: ST-MAX 230
Maximum Performance

While known for their irons, Mizuno has made waves with its fairway woods, and the brand new ST MAX 230 is just the latest addition to that lineup. With its higher launch, mid spin and maximum forgiveness, the ST MAX 230 is designed for the widest range of skill sets, and its slightly lower profile will provide any golfer with confidence at address.

Who's It For?

Low Handicap Golfers

Fast Swingers

Low Spin Golfers

MIZUNO: ST-G
Fairway Woods

Mizuno’s ST-G fairway wood is unique, but that doesn’t mean it lacks in performance. Of note, the ST-G fairway wood features a smaller clubhead volume than most fairway woods that produces lower spin. Ultimately, these features (a smaller clubhead and lower spin) cater more toward a golfer with higher swing speeds and/or golfers with lower handicaps seeking a lower, workable ball flight.

Wedges

T24

MIZUNO: T24
Wedges

Mizuno’s forged irons generally get the spotlight, but its forged wedges need some recognition as well. The new T24 wedges from Mizuno feature the same forging process used in its irons, but with several other technologies specifically designed to sharpen any golfer’s short game. Of note, the T24 wedges are available in five distinct sole grinds that will benefit different types of swings. The S grind is the highest bounce and offers limited relief, which will work best for golfers with a steep angle of attack on full swings. The D grind offers mid bounce and moderate relief and will appeal to a wide range of golfers. The C grind offers generous relief and mid/high bounce for golfers that come in steep or play on soft turf that like to manipulate the clubface. The V grind is an aggressive relief offering for golfers needing high bounce. And finally, the X grind features low bounce and aggressive relief for golfers playing on firm conditions that need to manipulate the clubface.