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Mizuno Pro 245 Steel Irons Gents


Mizuno Pro 245 Steel Irons Gents

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.

“There’s so much to the Mizuno Pro 245 for an iron of its size and shape.  A multi-piece Grain Flow Forged Chromoly construction, suspended Tungsten weight and multi-thickness face.  Impossible without Mizuno evolving its Grain Flow Forging process in Hiroshima.  It takes a depth of manufacturing experience to push the envelope this far.” DAVID LLEWELLYN – Director of R&D

Grain Flow Forged HD in Hiroshima, Japan

One-piece Grain Flow Forged HD from 1025E Pure Select mild carbon steel 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 feel of our Grain Flow Forged heads.

Harmonic Impact Technology

Applied to closely match the vibration patterns identified with a soft muscle back feel.

Traditional Blade Appearance

Shaped and proportioned like a classic blade, but sixed for performance.

Increased bounce angle

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

“There are some impressive ball speed gains in the Mizuno Pro 245, considering we’ve slimmed it down – especially in the longer irons.  The biggest challenge for people now is telling this iron apart from the one piece Mizuno Pro 241 muscle-back.” CHRIS VOSHALL – Product Director

2 16.5° RH 59° 0.150" 39.75"
3 19° RH 59.5° 0.142" 39.75"
4 21.5° RH/LH 60° 0.138" 38.75"
5 24° RH/LH 60.5° 0.134" 38.25"
6 27° RH/LH 61° 0.130" 37.75"
7 30° RH/LH 61.5° 0.122" 37.25"
8 34° RH/LH 62° 0.114" 36.75"
9 38° RH/LH 62.5° 0.106" 36.25"
PW 43° RH/LH 63° 0.098" 35.75"
GW 48° RH 63° 0.094" 35.50" 9