Mizuno MP-630 and MP-630 Fast Track Drivers

Mizuno MP-630 and MP-630 Fast Track Drivers

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Mizuno MP 630, left, and MP 630 Fast Track drivers.
Schecter Lee

From Golf Magazine (ClubTest, February 2010)

Mizuno MP-630
Category: Max Game-Improvement Drivers
We tested: 9.5°, 10.5° with Mitsubishi Fubuki graphite shaft

Company line: “The four-piece forged clubhead (444cc) has a
modern pear shape with an open clubface. Low, shallow center of
gravity (CG) produces low spin and a penetrating yet neutral flight.”

OUR TESTERS SAY:
PROS: Receives high marks for overall feel; most panelists like the
lower, boring flight, shots run out well; ample head feel throughout
the swing and feedback at impact—the club drives through the ball;
all handicap levels can benefit from this one; a trustworthy friend on
a windy day; catch it and shots really go; great club for a tight, hard
desert-type course; MP-630 is all business with a smidgen of style;
a “boom” or smack accompanies a smooth swing.

CONS: Not for rank beginners because it requires greater skill to
square the face than many others tested; better options exist if
you’re a low-ball hitter; bright white shaft is a distraction.

$299, graphite mizunousa.com

Tell us what you think of the Mizuno MP-630 in the comments area at the bottom of this page.

Mizuno MP-630 Fast Track
Category: Tour Drivers
We tested: 9.5°, 10.5° with Mitsubishi Fubuki 64 graphite shaft

Company line: “Fast Track technology has 45 settings for 16
grams of movable weight. This fine-tunes performance for just
about any player type or swing. We frequency tune the head
(geometry and internal rib structure) for optimal sound and feel.”

OUR TESTERS SAY:
PROS: Potentially the best driver Mizuno has brought to
market; the movable weight system is quick and simple
to use, and it delivers the goods, effectively altering shotshape
tendencies; well-above-average length on mis-hits
due to excellent stability through the ball; soft, muted
impact feel is a pleasant change from today’s loud
drivers; nice conventional head shape.

CONS: Heavy clubhead feel isn’t for everyone; prominent scoring
lines on the face and the bright white shaft can be a distraction;
for some, the warm impact sensation equates to a lack of pop.

$399, graphite mizunousa.com

Tell us what you think of the Mizuno MP-630 Fast Track in the comments area at the bottom of this page.

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