Assembly line for Mizuno custom fit golf clubs

Mizuno prides itself on the precise manufacturing and assembly of its golf equipment. Mizuno's custom golf equipment for Europe is assembled at the home of golf – Scotland. Finished equipment is despatched within 5-7 days of order. To find your ideal Mizuno spec visit one of our 600 European Swing DNA centres at

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  1. MP 59's with s300 shafts, 4 years old. Sent in for re shaft KBS Tour 110 regular. I have 712 AP2 with KBS Tour 115 reg + so I'm familiar with them. They sent back like new MP 59's with the Tour 110 shaft with new Golf Pride MCC Plus 4 Midsize grips. The price? Free!!! Not even a shipping charge. They give me the higher ball flight I want and dead straight. I will never buy any other brand of irons in the future. Today I sent in my older MP 32's for the Nippon Pro Modus 3 105 regular shafts. I love these guys. A customer for life.

  2. Mizuno is simply the highest quality iron and wedge out there. Love my MP-54s and MP-T5 wedges. Its a shame they don't push their product more at the retail level over here in the US. Always do my best to point anyone towards them.

  3. I just ordered a custom iron set for my first Mizuno purchase! Previously played the Ping G5 irons for 11 years. Ordered the JPX900 Forged 5-PW and was told 3 weeks. I am just north of Toronto, Ontario Canada. I was born in Scotland, in Glasgow, and moved to Canada when I was 5. So, not only am I excited for my first set from Mizuno, I am an extremely proud Scot for how tight the process is in assembling these irons. Go Scotland! Go Mizuno!

  4. I feel like you all do better in Scotland then they do in Atlanta. What I mean by that, is in 2012 I got my set of MP 59's in with a Swing-Weight of D8 (they were supposed to be D2)… Just recently I got a JPX 900 Tour 6 iron, the swing weight was correct, but it was a quarter inch longer then requested. I've ordered more clubs, then was told they can't get the Swing-Weight to D2, but can do D6, yet one of the clubs I recently got from them again is at D1 1/2…. Very frustrating!!!! Good job Team Scotland!

  5. Just bought my first set of Mizuno''s. JPX EZ forged off the rack. These irons are incredible. I'm 53 and just barely get to 100mph. Took them indoor the day after I got them. Carried my 4 iron 234.5 yards. Can't wait to get them outside. Face feels true and explosive. Wish I hadn't waited so long.

  6. Great job!!! I see why I always get perfect equipment from Mizuno!!! Other then one time when I was sent D-8 Swingweighted clubs when I request D-2…. Other then that, you are all the best!!!!

  7. Bought a set of Mizun MP 5, beautiful clubs! But the grip alignment was horrible off and the grip was twisted. Hopefully it was a "monday-copy" and that contributed to the miss. Sadly i have to wait another two weeks to get them back in my bag, hope i can get them out on the course before the season ends here in Sweden. Can´t wait!

  8. check at 2.19 minutes, on that frame you can clearly see that the heads were made in China…. it's written on the sleeve that protects the club head….
    I got some JPX 900 Tour, they came with no serial number and with a gold sticker saying, made in China.

    They should cost 20% less, at least… if they are not made in Japan…. all the made up marketing…. very disappointing.

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