Mizuno Pro 245 Vs Titleist T200 Irons
Which are the better forged hollow-body player’s irons?
Read on to find out.
Mizuno Pro 245 Irons Overview
“The Mizuno Pro 245’s feature variable face thickness, soft copper underlay and are grain flow forged.”
These player’s distance irons almost look like blades. The chassis is sleek and the edges have a rounded look to them.
The bounce angles are also favorable to players who tend to dig. When hit flush, these distance irons don’t drop spin so you end up with long irons with stopping power.
They cost $1400.
Titleist T200 Irons Overview
“The T200s feature variable bounce soles, D18 tungsten weighting and dual taper forged face.”
The T200s look very compact with short blade lengths and a relatively shallow toe area. All that’s to say they look very workable – and they are.
But the T200s didn’t feel quite as stable as the Pro 245’s and they picked up a bit too much spin in the 5-iron.
As a result, they played a bit shorter than the 245’s. The Titleist T200 irons cost around $1400.
“I liked the better blend of distance and stopping power I got from the Mizuno Pro 245s a bit more than the Titleist T200s.”