MIZUNO MP-S Golf Ball Review

MIZUNO MP-S Golf Ball

At first glance, the MIZUNO MP-S Golf Ball appears to be another member of the company’s growing lineup of premium golf balls. However, after playing the ball for a bit, it becomes clear that the MP-S is actually the company’s first completely new product since it was formed in 2001.

With the MP-S, Mizuno is introducing a new technology that uses a weightless core to make the ball feel softer and provide better distance and feel on the course.

The company is offering a wide range of clubs with the MP-S, including a driver, fairway woods, hybrids, irons, and even a putter.

We tested the MIZUNO MP-S to see if it was worth the investment for the golfer that wants to try something new, or if it’s worth continuing to use a product that has been on the market for a number of years.

MIZUNO MP-S Golf Ball: What Is It?

MIZUNO MP-S Golf Ball

The Mizuno MP-S is a new product designed to help golfers who want to try something new or change up their game. The company says that the MP-S is the first ball that uses the company’s new core technology to create a ball that feels softer and has more distance and feel on the course.

The new core technology is made from a weightless core that makes the ball feel softer. The company says that it also uses the same size as its normal balls, but the weightless core allows the ball to have a thinner cover and a higher spin rate.

The MIZUNO MP-S uses a three-layer cover and a single-layer intermediate layer. It also features a raised dimple pattern on the cover and a dimple pattern that is similar to a regular Mizuno ball.

MIZUNO MP-S Golf Ball: Technology

With a 318 large shallow dimple pattern, the MP-S flies in mid-trajectory to penetrate the ball. When the ball hits the green, the ultra-soft thermosetting urethane tacky cover provides outstanding traction. You’ll feel and control the MP-S’s soft feel and control once you’re on the green.

Pros and Cons

What we like What we didn’t like
Soft feel Pricey
More speed

People also ask

Are Mizuno golf balls any good?

Mizuno’s RB Tour X ball is an excellent choice for golfers in a relatively small group. With the driver, you might see some gains if you can swing fast enough and launch the ball high enough. 

Is TP5x good for slower swing speed?

TP5 has a compression rating of 85, while TP5x has a compression rating of 97. … With the TP5, you’ll be able to compress the ball better and get optimal performance as you have a slower swing speed.

Which ball is softer TP5 or TP5x?

One of the biggest differences between TP5 and TP5X is the exterior softness. Cast urethane golf balls, such as the TP5, have a softer cover than those with cast urethane covers, such as the TP5X. With TP5X’s firmer cover, you’ll have more speed, a higher trajectory, and less spin.

Conclusion

This is the first time the Titleist Pro V1 has faced some serious competition. The top players are notoriously superstitious, so it remains to be seen how many will change their balls. Nevertheless, if you want a ball that offers everything a Pro V1 has to offer – and more – and which can last more than one round of golf, I recommend the MP-S. You won’t regret it.

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