Mizuno Pro 225 Vs Takomo 101T Irons Overview
Which is better for your game: forged or hollow-body irons? Find out in the following comparison overview.
Mizuno Pro 225 Irons Overview
“The Pro 225’s are forged, solid-body irons with a soft copper underlay and tungsten perimeter weighting in the long irons.”
These blades are ridiculously soft. The 1025E mild carbon forging coupled with the copper underlay make for amazing smoothness from any lie.
The Pro 225’s are compact and launch lower than the 101T irons though.
I would say the long irons are forgiving but after the 7-iron, it’s really up to you to avoid mis-hits with the Pro 225’s.
Takomo 101T Irons Overview
“The 101T irons have significantly more offset than the 225’s and feature hollow-body design.”
Overall, the hollow bodies made the 101T’s play longer than the Pro 225’s.
However, the 101T’s are much less workable due to the higher launch and considerable offset. They certainly don’t feel as soft as the 225’s either.
The blade length between these two iron sets is comparable though.
“The Takomo 101T’s are definitely better if you need max distance and help squaring up. The Mizuno Pro 225’s are better for low handicap players.”