Mizuno Golf Clubs

Mizuno Golf Clubs


Mizuno golf clubs are some
of the best in production!

Mizuno irons are some of the best forged clubs
around - and their metal woods aren’t too bad
either! Used by Europe’s Ryder Cup star Luke
Donald, Mizuno golf clubs will keep performing
to the same standard as they were made!

About Mizuno Golf Clubs

Mizuno Golf

Mizuno golf clubs are made to some of the highest standard in the industry. As a result of being built to extremely high specification Mizuno golf clubs (especially their forged irons) are used by some of the used by many of the world’s finest golfers – including Ryder Cup hero Luke Donald and rising star Jeff Overton. Have a look through our In the Bag section to see who else is using Mizuno golf clubs.

At Golfbidder we have one of the broadest ranges of Mizuno golf clubs in Europe. We have Mizuno golf clubs from the latest models to old favourites which may be a few years old but are still used on the professional tours and employ cutting-edge Mizuno technology.

The Mizuno Company was founded by Rihachi Mizuno in 1906 as a family run sporting goods store specialising in supply of baseball and golf equipment. Rihachi Mizuno became frustrated with the quality of imported products and sought to employ local Japanese factories who could manufacture to higher specifications. The domestic made products were labeled under the family name, giving birth to the Mizuno brand. The unique family management allowed a focus on research, design and development, creating highly sophisticated technical products.

Mizuno has popularity amongst American and European sporting icons initiated the export of Mizuno products and the start of the Mizuno global business. Mizuno now has a permanent place in sporting history. Carl Lewis, Ivan Lendl, Severiano Ballesteros, Nick Faldo, Rivaldo, and the New Zealand All Blacks all reached the pinnacle of their sports with Mizuno equipment. Mizuno run the Official workshop to the PGA European Tour and host The Mizuno Open, a golf tournament in Japan that qualifies its winner directly to The Open Championship.