Titleist T150 Vs Mizuno Pro 245 Irons
Titleist and Mizuno are both known for exceptional iron play.
But which brand will come out on top in today’s comparison?
Titleist T150 Irons Overview
“The T150s feature dual tungsten weighting, variable bounce sole and CNC face-milling.”
They have a really clean look at address – a thin top line with soles that just barely peek out behind the 7-iron.
And overall, they are more forgiving than the Mizuno Pro 245s. But the launch was hard to control in the long and mid irons.
The T150s typically sell for around $1200.
Mizuno Pro 245 Irons Overview
“The Pro 245s feature a soft copper underlay, tungsten weighting and are grain flow forged.”
They have a very modern player’s iron profile – thin soles, thin top lines, short blade length and no discernable offset.
The Mizuno Pro 245s are remarkably workable with much clearer feel and launch control.
The turf interaction was also very clean even from the semi-rough. The Pro 245 irons cost $1400.
“The Mizuno Pro 245s were the clear winner. They offer better feel, feedback and control overlaunch conditions.
Still, the Titleist T150s offer more forgiveness and are more suitable for mid handicap players.”