1933 The first Japanese made golf clubs went on sale called Star Line. 1942 Company changes its name to Mizuno Co Ltd.
However just 2 minutes later a worker puts in a set of heads into a machine to be lasered and the clear bag the irons are in says Made in.
Where are mizuno clubs manufactured. The shafts are made in the USA. Mizuno forges their MPs in their own foundries in Japan. 1965 In Yoro Mizuno opens the worlds largest golf factory.
1996 Mizuno develops revolutionary 9-point metal baseball spikes known as Glitter. To the point where the irons were only retailed directly only from Mizuno within Japan with the price tag of well over 300000 Japanese Yen. Mizuno is a Japanese sports equipment and apparel manufacturing company and it manufactures a number of golf clubs for use at the driving range on the putting green or playing a round of golf.
Heads are shipped here and are assembled here. The TN-87s were so revered that in 2014 Mizuno did something few golf companies ever do. A full re-release no custom orders of the TN-87s from 3-PW AW SW.
1921 Planned production of Mizuno irons and other types of golf clubs. Mizuno allowed me to do an on course review of their 2015 lineup in addition to the time spent on the range with Trackman. Here is what I was told.
1969 Mizuno makes its way to America and America Mizuno is established in Los Angeles. Its products can be sold as either single clubs or as a complete set. From what I have heard from Mizuno even started from creating specific metal compositions just for this line and didnt Mizuno Pro Craft Model 893 911 Green Golf Lounge use their usual 1020 1025 billets.
Spokesperson in first 30 seconds of video says that Mizuno irons are forged in Hiroshima Japan. The clubheads for the forged irons and wedges are forged in Japan. I was watching this video made by Mizuno no less and I think they are clearly lying.
Mizuno prides itself on the precise manufacturing and assembly of its golf equipment. The Mizuno JPX 919 Tour iron is the best Mizuno iron overall in times of price quality and features. Mizuno has hit on a winning concept with their Hot Metal line.
Better feel than previous generations. Are assembled in the US. However ALL of the clubs that Mizuno sells here in the US.
Their manufacturing process is quite involved and that is part of what leads to the higher prices in these sets. Nothing Feels Like A Mizuno. Perhaps Callaways recent namesake Epic Star offering was offered up in homage.
The JPX 900 forged irons are a very well built iron set from Mizuno. The clubheads for the woods hybrids and cast irons are cast in China. The grain flow forging of a Mizuno has a unique feel specific only to Mizuno.
The club head on these irons are made with Grain Flow Forged 1025 Boron composition. Explore our class-leading clubs and equipment as well as keep up to date with the latest Mizuno Golf news. Assembled in North America.
Mizuno Corporation of Hong Kong Ltd a production management company for the Asian region begins operations. The ability to use the clubs on course allowed me to really check the tech in real golf scenarios. Although they may cost a bit more upfront most golfers do not complain and say they paid too much for their Mizuno irons.
Mizunos custom golf equipment for Europe is assembled at the home of. Today Mizuno operates a chain of retail stores across Japan. Most Mizuno irons are made in Japan and then will have to be sent wherever in the world they are needed.
The Mizuno JPX 919 Tour irons are packed with industry-leading technology like the variety of shaft options available to choose from and the 7 iron has 34 degrees of loft which is the industry standard for tour preferred irons. The Mizuno JPX921 Hot Metal irons are long and fairly forgiving. 1994 Innovative new heat-retaining material Breath Thermo go on sale.
The official homepage for Mizuno Golf. For the last several generations more and more mid to high handicap players are switching to this players brand because the Hot Metal allows them to. Mizs were THE blades of the 90s.
The project took 12 years to get off the ground but in 1933 with the launch of the Star Line the first Japanese-made golf clubs Mizuno Golf was born. Since becoming the first company to produce Japanese-made golf clubs in 1933 Mizuno Golf has developed into a leading force within the golf industry. A few months ago I spoke with a Mizuno rep about this subject.
Acquiring a strong and loyal following on Tour with players including former world number one Luke Donald the 2013 Womens Open Champion Stacy Lewis Sir Nick Faldo and the late Seve Ballesteros. With modern releases Mizuno has offered irons with a copper underlay in the Japanese market but the MP20s are the first North American release with the extra layer in well over a decade. This allowed the engineers to make a thin club face with a ton of power packed into it.
The Mizuno Group comprising Mizuno Corporation and its subsidiaries is primarily engaged in the manufacturing and marketing of sporting goods including baseball golf and other sporting equipment sportswear and footwear. 1996 Mizuno develops Cat Plus running shoes with enhanced forefoot functionality.