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  1. No, unfortunately it is relatively difficult to get on the course here in Korea. Will report back when I do get a chance.
  2. Mizzy is actually the left! Can't tell much of a difference between the two at address.
  3. This is a side by side address position photo for the 8 iron. Can you tell if there is a big difference?
  4. I've hit the new Mizuno Pro 223s in a few range sessions and all I have to say is that these are butter soft.
  5. I was able to have a few range sessions now with the new 223 irons and these feel butter soft, a trademark Mizuno feel. I haven't played Mizuno irons since MP-64s and realized again how good Mizuno irons feel compared to other OEMs. Forgiveness wise, I keep going back and forth with the P7MC and it is clear that the 223 is much more forgiving, which is what I wanted as I am no longer able to practice/play as often. Overall I am very happy with the performance and feel of these irons. It may be a honeymoon period review but having played this game for over two decades, I have a feeling that I am going to stick with these for a long time.
  6. Based on what Vosh had said over the Mizuno Golf Live stream a few weeks ago, the 223 is the new version of the MMC, but with more punch and forgiveness. He also said that the 223 basically has the tech of the JPX 921 Forged rolled into a smaller head and supposedly is more forgiving than the JPX 921 forged. Rory Sabbatini put in his bag last week and had a T3 finish and in Korea, Sei Young Kim (LPGA Tour) put it in her bag, as she was interviewed about the 223 in Mizuno Korea's Youtube channel. Excited to try these out but we just had a cold front roll into Korea today and the expected temps for the next few days are around freezing to mid-50s. I may need to start hitting these first on the driving range next to a heater.
  7. Posting address photos for the 6 iron and PW.
  8. Mizuno Pro 223s. Cant wait to hit these. Coming from my current P7MC gamers, I wanted a more forgiving head without sacrificing feel. Will see if this fits that billing.
  9. There is a slight grind on the back of the soles in these irons. Not sure for what purpose though..
  10. Just got a set of Mizuno Pro 223, my first Mizuno irons. I will revert with my thoughts after testing these out. (previously played P7MC, T100S).
  11. Mizuno pro 221/223/225 official release was yesterday here in Korea. Adding a few photos and a comparison to my current gamer taylormade P7mc 6 iron. The head is slightly larger with a wider sole. A more forgiving head that I wanted.
  12. I am getting my pre-ordered Mizuno Pro 223 set on Oct. 15, which is the official release date in the far east. I'll post some photos comparing these with my current gamers (P7MC).
  13. I am getting my pre-ordered Mizuno Pro 223 set on Oct. 15, which is the official release date in the far east. I'll post some photos comparing these with my current gamers (P7MC).
  14. Looking forward to your comparison as well! I think this may be just as forgiving as the Z if both weights go on the back.
  15. I have a G400 3 wood at (-) setting and it is the best combination of forgiveness, accuracy, and distance I have ever had. I think the shaft is also just as important but the clubhead itself screams PING; it gets the job done.
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