Published: August 2, 2017
It took only 12 hours, but in that brief span of time a trio of golfers helped put Mizuno in the spotlight again after a frenzied finish to the weekend. From Europe to the United States, three different golfers who relied on Mizuno irons hoisted trophies on Sunday.
Jhonattan Vegas, who has been tinkering with his irons throughout the season, relied on his MP-4 irons to win his second consecutive RBC Canadian Open. He was able to hit 75 percent of his greens in regulation, and he relied on his 8-iron from the fairway bunker on the first playoff hole to help seal his third career win.
On the LPGA Tour, Mi Hyang Lee fired the low round of the day on both Saturday and Sunday to make up nine strokes from the close of the second round and win the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open. Lee had the MP-66 irons in her bag.
On the European Tour, the winner of the Porsche European Open put the soon-to-be-released MP-18 irons in his bag en route to his first victory. After birdieing the final hole, he survived two playoff holes to capture the win.
Three tournaments. Three champions. One brand of irons in the middle of it all.