The Mizuno JPX800 iron is the first model to bring the exotic JPX technology to Europe after proving so popular in Japan.
The JPX800 features Balanced Performance, the result of Mizuno’s efforts to create an iron that delivers feel, control, distance, forgiveness and decent aesthetics. The result is Mizuno’s most forgiving and longest iron with the moment of inertia (MOI) and co-efficient of restitution (COR) statistics to match. The Mizuno JPX800 delivers such stunning performance that even single figure handicappers will be tempted to use them.
Distance is provided by Mizuno’s Hot Metal system including a new manufacturing process that delivers a thinner, more uniform clubface that reach the maximum limits for energy transfer.
The Mizuno JPX800 golf irons feature an exotic pocket cavity that that has variable thickness levels and an external power bar to provide the highest levels of forgiveness of any Mizuno iron. The pocket cavity has been designed to provide this forgiveness within a mid-seized head that a tour player would welcome. The shorter irons have progressively smaller heads to ensure golfers have the feel and control they demand throughout the set.
With looks, control, distance and forgiveness the Mizuno JPX800 is set to prove as popular in Europe as it has in Asia.
Mizuno JPX800 Iron - Product Details
|Launch Date UK||08 September 2010|
|Hand Availability||Left, Right|
|Shaft Types||Steel, Graphite|
|Shaft Flex||Regular, Stiff|
|Set Makeup||3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, PW|
|Manufacturer's Website||Mizuno Website|