Mizuno is best known for its irons – particularly its MP series of irons designed for better players. But the company also designs some of the better fairway woods on the market. The latest is the MP-650 fairway wood, a great looking club that features five-piece Titanium Construction.
Chris Voshall, golf club engineer at Mizuno, calls the MP-650 fairway wood the “ultimate player’s” fairway wood. Watch and listen as Voshall describes the MP-650 fairway wood’s construction, multi-thickness cup face that deliver greater ball speeds for distance, and discretionary weight savings for fine tuning Center of Gravity (COG) and Moment of Inertia (MOI).
Like the MP-650 driver, the MP-650 fairway wood has a classic pear shaped head with a deeper, open face angle produces a straight to slight fade ball trajectory. That’s the trajectory many top players want to see. The MP-650 fairway woods come in lofts of 13.5, 15 and 18 degrees.