Titleist T150 Vs Mizuno Pro 243 Irons
With identical loft profiles, I was very eager to see which of these irons would perform better.
Titleist T150 Irons Overview
“The T150’s feature tungsten weighting, CNC milled faced and forged construction.”
The toplines and soles are moderate which yields a good balance between an inviting look and tour-grade aesthetics.
And I liked the launch.
I was getting 13.8° launch angles out of the 7-iron in this set and a bit more ball speed than the Mizuno Pro 243’s as well.
The result was solid stopping power. The T150’s retail for about $1,400.
Mizuno Pro 243 Irons Overview
“The 243’s feature chromoly face construction, soft copper underlay and a microslot channel.”
The profile of the 243’s is similar to the T150’s: moderate soles and toplines and just a touch of offset.
But my average 7-iron launch angle was 12.5° – great for distance, not so much for soft landings.
However, I was able to work the Pro 243s side-to-side much more deftly than with the T150s.
The Mizuno Pro 243s typically sell for $1,400.
“If you have trouble flighting the ball, the Titleist T150s are better for you. But if you need more workability and distance, the Mizuno Pro 243’s perform better.”