Mizuno offer 'Satisfaction Guarantee'

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Mizuno is showing ultimate confidence in its new range of clubs by offering its customers a six-week 'Satisfaction Guarantee' on all of its new clubs for 2014.

If you're not completely satisfied with your new MP-4, MP-54, JPX EZ or JPX EZ Forged irons six weeks after buying them, you can return the clubs in exchange for a full refund.
"Mizuno has absolute trust in its Swing DNA custom fit process, and in the quality and craftsmanship of its golf products" - Tony Scott, Mizuno's UK golf marketing manager.

The Japanese brand announced the 'Satisfaction Guarantee' after experience record sales of their 2014 irons range and the brand revealed they have experienced a 40% year-on-year increase in sales of it custom fit clubs.

Mizuno has had a phenomenal year in terms of sales of its new range of products, both among the trade and in custom fit sales, which displays consumer confidence in the performance of the brand,” said Tony Scott, UK golf marketing manager at Mizuno.

Mizuno has absolute trust in its Swing DNA custom fit process, and in the quality and craftsmanship of its golf products, particularly its 2014 range of MP-54, MP-4, JPX EZ and JPX EZ Forged irons, which why we are guaranteeing total satisfaction or your money back.”

Mizuno 'Satisfaction Guarantee' terms and conditions

To qualify for a refund you must have purchased a set of the new 2014 range (MP-4, MP-54, JPX EZ or JPX EZ Forged) of clubs as recommended by the Swing DNA fitting software at a participating authorised fitting centre between November 1 2013 and January 31 2014. The set must consist of a minimum of five and a maximum of eight irons. Closing date for receipt of calls to the claim line is March 28 2014, and the offer is limited to one claim per household.

For more information on Mizuno's 'Custom Fit Satisfaction Guaranteed or your money back' offer and all of the clubs included, log-on to golf.mizunoeurope.com

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