Mizuno’s ‘Satisfaction Guarantee’ runs from June 1-August 31and includes the MP-4, MP-54, JPX EZ and JPX EZ Forged irons. If you’re not happy with your set after six weeks, you’ll get your money back.
Clubs purchased must be custom fitted and match those recommended by Mizuno Swing DNA software. This software is used in one of the many fitting centres shown above.
Swing DNA is a unique system of software that sifts through a mass of shaft options to select your optimal match. It is an immediate process that takes around fifteen minutes and has greater accuracy than previous methods.
Tony Scott, UK golf marketing manager at Mizuno said the offer was bold but would benefit consumers.
“The technology is the very pinnacle of the club fitting process.”
“We have total confidence in our Swing DNA custom fit process,” said Scott.
“The technology is the very pinnacle of the club fitting process, and for a limited time golfers wanting to perfect their game can benefit from this expertise coupled with our latest range of 2014 irons.
“They will be safe in the knowledge that we’re guaranteeing they’ll be satisfied, or they can have their money back.”
The set must consist of a minimum of 5 and a maximum of 8 irons. The original till receipt and the “Swing DNA Fitting Card” must also be shown upon refund request. Full T&C’s are available online, click here to find out more.
Former world No.1 Luke Donald is the face of Mizuno, and will be battling it out at the US Open this weekend. Another Englishman with the brand is Chris wood, winner on the European Tour last year. Women’s major winner Stacy Lewis also uses the Japanese brand.
Originally published on bunkered on June 11, 2014.