Mizuno JPX Series

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Mizuno have been hard at work over recent months and the fruits of that labour are now coming to the fore as they launched their latest family of clubs. The JPX EZ range includes an adjustable driver, woods, utility clubs, two new sets of irons and wedges bringing you a full set of new technology.


All of the clubs have been designed to combine playability, forgiveness and impressive ball speeds with the new JPX EZ irons built to help you attack the course.

The Max Pocket cavity in the 4-7 irons offer an increased sweetspot with effortless launch characteristics while the Deep Pocket cavity in the 8-iron through to pitching wedge help with increased accuracy and launch control.

Meanwhile the new JPX EZ Forged irons deliver explosive distance, and the same effortless flight and tight dispersion as the JPX EZ series, but with the soft, solid feel of Mizuno's Grain Flow Forging process.

“The JPX EZ is going to turn you into a player who can take risks – some who can take the shot on and not think about the danger,” said Chuck Couch, Mizuno's director of product. “You're going to hit shots that you've never been able to hit before.”



If you struggle with your long irons, then the new JPX Fli Hi might be just what you're looking for. With a hybrid profile, it is designed to act as a direct long iron replacement and create an effortless launch . They are designed to flow into a traditional iron set, and distances are engineered to match a solid strike with the long iron it replaces.

Couch added: “These aren't standard hybrids – these are Fli-Hi's. They're not designed to hit the ball 250 yards, they're a very specific tool to hit the right distance for the exact iron they replace. The difference with the Fli-Hi is that you'll effortlessly hit the same distance more often.”

Designed to appeal to players of all abilities, the JPX wedges are traditional in shape and offer forgiveness in the cavity. Mizuno understand that not everyone wants a small, compact blade type wedge and have made sure the JPX series are more than versatile for the cavity iron players. They are forgiving, but will stop the ball dead.

“The JPX EZ is going to turn you into a player who can take risks – some who can take the shot on and not think about the danger,” said Chuck Couch, Mizuno's director of product. “You're going to hit shots that you've never been able to hit before.”

For more information on the new JPX Series visit golf.mizunoeurope.com

Mizuno JPX Series prices


Mizuno JPX EZ irons - £499 (steel), £679 (graphite)

Mizuno JPX EZ Forged irons - £80 per club (steel), £120 per club (graphite)

Mizuno JPX Fli-Hi - £80 per club (steel), £110 per club (graphite)

Mizuno JPX Wedge - £80 (steel), £110 (graphite)

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