- Mizuno's thinnest 'HOT METAL' face and 'Dual Max COR' pocket cavity design
- Set Makeup: 4 to PW, Shafts: KBS C-Taper 120 gram Stiff Flex , Grips: Mizuno M31 Tour Velvet Style Grips (2 Layers of Tape ), Spec: Standard Mizuno Length, Loft and Lie.
- Mizuno's newest material Chomoly 4140M - is introduced in the JPX900 Hot Metal, which combines offensive ball speeds with the adjustability of a forged iron.
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Mizuno JPX 900 Forged Irons
When comes to player contracts or marketing Mizuno, do not come anywhere near other top brand names club manufacturers, yet any true golfer , who play with Mizuno irons, can say hand on heart that Mizuno are now making the best irons.
The Mizuno MP5’s epitomize this belief and it’s easy to understand why.
If you have not used Mizuno iron, you will become enthusiast after you have played with them.
The latest iron from this the brainchild of the Mizuno brains is the JPX-900 Forged. The JPX-900 ‘Hot Metal’ and the JPX-900 ‘Tour’ sets of irons, represents a new along with a cunning rebrand which is aimed at those players who do not fall under the label of so-called ‘better player’.
JPX-900 gets a Excellent (A) Grade
Ok Mizuno has not reinvented the golf iron when you compare the JPX-900 Forged with their JPX-850 predecessors. But with Mizuno JPX 900 Forged Irons there has been tweaks as well as improvements , and with variable face-thickness design is one of the stand out impressive features , which benefits of weight redistribution which one would exspect find from top-of-the-range drivers. This iron can be call a world-class product, that comes with improve distance and forgiveness.
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Mizuno JPX 900 Forged Irons Good & Bad
|Variable face thickness underpins cutting-edge design
Redistribution of weight as a result of thinner face to corners of the PowerFrame noticeably enhances forgiveness
Tangible differences in ball speeds and distance when compared with JPX-850s, and excellent flight/trajectory
|A step in the right direction for reaching out to beginners/high handicappers, but not quite the silver bullet|