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The Mizuno Pro 245 is measurably quicker again from the face than the Mizuno Pro 243 but also easier to launch – due to a complex hollow body construction and internally suspended Tungsten weight.


Packed into a staggeringly sleek chassis, the Mizuno Pro 245 showcases more than any model how rapidly Mizuno’s Grain Flow Forged process has evolved.


Mizuno Pro 245-Iron Set (4-PW)

Excluding GST/HST

Grain Flow Forged in Hiroshima, Japan: At Mizuno’s exclusive facility where Mizuno irons have been produced since 1968.


Hollow body GFF 4135 Chromoly face and neck (2-8 iron): With multi-thickness face configuration and laser welded 431 Stainless steel back piece for elevated ball speeds and launch.


Internal Tungsten Weighting (2-7): A 46g Tungsten weight is key to delivering improved launch, but is suspended to enable the sole to flex (key to faster ball speeds).


More compact partial hollow scoring irons (9-GW): Laser welded partial hollow construction, GFF HD 1025E body, with 17-4 back piece for a penetrating flight.


Soft Copper Underlay: A microlayer of copper beneath Nickel Chrome – an additional touch to enhance the sensational feel of our Grain Flow Forged heads.


Traditional blade appearance: Shaped and proportioned like a classic blade, but sized for performance.


Increased bounce angle: Increased by a degree in the long irons and 2 degrees in the scoring irons – for improved turf interaction.

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