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JPX EZ Forged Irons
Mizuno have pioneered “Boron Forging” as the extra strength it delivers allows engineers to create pocket cavities inside the head which cannot be achieved in a standard forged iron.
The new JPX EZ Forged irons are aimed at a wide audience and Mizuno say they are perfect for mid to higher handicappers but also professionals that don’t like to practice too.
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I had the Mizuno MX900 irons, and up graded to the Mizuno JPX825 which I played with for two seasons. I found it difficult to get a continuous ball strike and was doffing a few shots too! A visit to my club pro and a fitting for the JPX ez Forged irons proved a very worth while investment. I bought this set as a xmas present to myself and have been using them ever since. I play at least once a week, I am 62yrs of age and my winter handicap started at 23 it is now down to 14. These irons are so easy to hit that I now have a higher ball trajectory, I can actually move the ball, faster ball speed, slightly more distance and better dispersion rate but most of all more Confidence in striking the ball! No duff shots with these....yet lol. Mizuno have certainly excelled themselves with these irons, and I for one am glad that they have. Tony Capeling.
I bought these clubs after a trial on the flightscope at Shay Grange in Bradford. Ball speed is significantly faster for the same club head speed. I was impressed and so far I have played really well with them in between the rain clouds. I only change my clubs when they are worn out and this is my first set where I believe there have been technological improvements.