Mizuno has revealed its new JPX-800 Pro irons, part of an exciting new range from the equipment giants that is set for release.
The JPX is the largest of Mizuno’s grain flowed forged irons and has a longer profile than the MPs, although the traditional Mizuno look at address has been preserved with its modest offset and top line.
Golfers opting for the new Mizuno JPX-800 Pro irons will note distance gains through a combination of CNC milling and “under cut forging” that thin the face for improved energy transfer that results in the highest COR ever developed in one of its grain flow forged irons.
Pictures gallery: Mizuno JPX-800 Pro images
The JPX-800 Pro’s feel is enhanced through the application of Mizuno’s Harmonic Impact Technology that makes for an ever purer sound at impact.
The triple cut sole design is applied to effectively reduce the impact of the wider sole that will aid golfers from even the tightest of lies.
Mizuno’s R&D manager, David Llewellyn, says: “We’ve achieved forgiveness without adding much offset – which is going to appeal to even professionals and single figure players.”
Keep your eye out for our equipment reviews in the coming weeks and months as the GM Test Team get to grips with some of Mizuno’s latest gear, plus we’ll have lots more on the new releases from our November issue onwards.
Gallery: Mizuno JPX-800 Pro images
Mizuno JPX-800 irons revealed