Book an exclusive Mizuno fitting at Birkdale

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Mizuno custom fitting

Mizuno has announced it is to host a European Tour Workshop Fitting Day at its Performance Fitting Centre at Royal Birkdale in early May following the success of similar days in 2015.

The popularity of the days has prompted the Japanese equipment manufacturer to extend the programme into this year, with the brand's state-of-the-art tour truck heading for the Open Championship venue on May 7.

Presenting golfers with the opportunity to be fitted like a tour pro for the latest Mizuno products, the European Tour truck has already made appearances at the brand’s Moor Allerton, Bearwood Lakes and Woburn Performance Centres and will now head to Royal Birkdale next month.


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For those wishing to go along to the Southport venue for a fitting, Mizuno’s highly qualified fitting technicians will be on hand to fit golfers for its full range of clubs, including MP irons, S5 wedges and the new JPX EZ range.

Mizuno will also be offering a unique opportunity for free wedge stamping on the tour truck, so golfers can personalise their new wedges just as many of Mizuno’s tour staff do.

Mizuno visits Royal Birkdale - book your appointment

Each session lasts for 45 minutes and interested golfers should contact the Royal Birkdale team on 01704 552030 or email proshop@royalbirkdale.com to book a slot.

For more information on Mizuno’s full range of gear and apparel, visit golf.mizunoeurope.com

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