Technology/Overview-

The new Mizuno MX-700 driver is the talk of the town, so to speak. The new Mizuno 460cc driver is a wide body geometry shaped driver that pushes the CG toward the back… way back. And CG is not he only thing going for this driver. The face incorporates a Ti-9 titanium alloy that is designed with a grain structure that really allows this driver to improve ball speed especially on off center hits.

Mizuno offers “Power Hull” body construction utilizes internal reinforcements for powerful sound and feel.

Take a look at this Mizuno MX-700 review from our friends at 4 Golf Online-

Mizuno MX-700 Spec Sheet-

Face Height…………………: 52 mm
Face Area…………………..: 44.6 cm
Shaft Length……………….: 45.5″
Heel to Toe…………………: 113 mm
Front to Back………………: 120 mm
MOI……………………………: High
Launch Angle………………: High
Spin Rate……………………: Low

Actual Player Feedback-

“It’s just about perfect”

“This is just a cannon, deadly long and it looks comfortable at address”

“will give a lot of players confidence”

Pros/Positives-

This driver exudes confidence at address, I just plain like the looks of this driver. Mizuno has traditionally catered to the more accomplished player. Until now. In the case of the Mizuno MX-700, they broke the mold by offering the recreational player a nice high launch, low spin driver that will be sure to fare well.

Cons/Negatives-

Really the only one we came up with is the head fitting is not interchangeable. Therefore, since there is an extensive custom shaft selection including Fujikura, Grafalloy and Mitsubishi, it makes it difficult to test.

Overall Rating-

The Mizuno MX-700 should do well. It earned a Silver rating from Golf Digest for drivers under $350. “A “Hot Metal” face and geometric body design combine to create Mizuno’s most powerful and most forgiving driver ever,” Straight from Mizuno. Yep, put this one on your short list this spring to take a good long look at.