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At Golfers Authority it is our responsibility to deliver readers honest reviews and recommendations. This is the first year that I would feel comfortable recommending the driver from Mizuno to golfers of any level. The ST190 is a perfect blend of technology and classic aesthetics and delivers golfers maximized performance. If you are a player looking to get your shaft of choice dialed in Mizuno is difficult to find but the ST190 is worth your patience. If you are in the market for a new driver and love classic looks, traditional sounds, and more distance, the ST190 is a must try.
- SP700 Titanium face forging gives players more distance without an abrasive sound and feel.
- The use of more carbon fiber and the all black design is lightweight, sleek, and beautiful.
- Wave technology and CORTECH design help give the ST190 a larger sweet spot and more forgiveness.
- The ST190 is available in two head models and the loft sleeve limits specific playing positions.
- The stock shaft offerings for the ST190 driver are limited for higher swing speed players.
- Mizuno drivers are harder to find and testing can be difficult, especially in smaller pro shops and stores.
The Mizuno T7 wedge features virtually everything a mid- to low-handicap player is looking for. The feel of a forged club, variable head shapes, lofts, sharp finish options, and bounce and grind options to match, all mean there is little guesswork involved when customizing wedges for the player looking for maximum feel, control, and performance.
- Many options in lofts, bounces, and grinds allow better players countless options in customization
- The steel head has the feel and playability of a forged club that can be bent to a specific loft but also allows for wider and deeper grooves that don’t wear quickly
- Competitively priced with other similar wedges available
- Wedge design, feel, and characteristics may not be suited for the mid-handicapper or high-handicapper
- There is little that is new or different in design or technology with the T7 compared to previous Mizuno wedge models and other similar wedges on the market
- The Blue IP finish may wear off quickly losing its new luster
The Mizuno S18 wedge is an excellent choice for the mid- to low-handicap player looking to take their game to the next level. With a forged head, variable centers of gravity based on loft, deeper and wider Quad Cut grooves, and increased heel and toe grind, the options for set makeup and shot choices are endless.
- Variable loft and bounce options allow for customization of perfect wedge makeup
- Forged clubhead provides players optimal feel and control
- Wide and deep grooves and variable center of gravity allow for consistent contact and distance
- Design features are for advanced players and may not be suitable for higher handicaps
- Price is comparatively higher than other wedges on the market
- Limited to only two finishes, which may not be what every player is looking for cosmetically
Considering its versatility, spin and trajectory performance, and most importantly, its value-friendly price tag, the Mizuno S5 Wedge is an amazing wedge that will help just about anyone play better shots around the greens and from the fairway. If you need a wedge makes even your bad shots better, you should absolutely buy the Mizuno S5 Wedge.
- Built with true quality craftsmanship from head to grip
- One of the best feeling wedges ever made
- Quality forgiveness compared to other wedges available in the market
- Lack of sole grind options limits the serious golfer’s utilization
- Not as easy to control distances from the rough
- Produces less spin rates compared to the higher end wedge manufacturers